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Speaker(s) : Alan Bracey, Ed Fay, Sue Donnelly
Recorded on 7 December 2010
As widespread digitisation of books triggers the most significant shift in reading habits since the Gutenberg press, what happens to the libraries? Will they become mere book museums, insulated storehouses to safe-keep books from physical decay? And when everything in print is digitized, why will we still need librarians?
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