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Continuing Importance of Non-Digital Collections
03.07.2009 at 14:14:15
I received the following announcement via H-HISTBIBL:
Subject: The Continue Importance of Non-Digital Collections: RUSA HS &
ACRL RBMS Program @ ALA Annual Conference

Microform still matters! Print resources are pertinent!

Find out how to get this message across at "Unleashing the Undigitized:
Promoting and Accessing Traditional Historical Materials in the Age of
Google", a program co-sponsored by RUSA's History Section and ACRL's
Rare Books and Manuscripts Section at ALA's 2009 Annual Conference in

Digitization has made a vast amount of primary source material more
readily available than ever, and researchers increasingly assume that
everything they seek is available online.  At this program, a panel will
discuss how librarians, archivists, teachers, and vendors can promote
non-digital resources in the age of Google.

The program is free to all ALA Annual Conference participants, and will
be held Sunday, July 12, 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Learn more about how to register for the Annual Conference at the RUSA


View the entire list of RUSA events @ Annual Conference:


Lou Vyhnanek

Humanities and Social Sciences Collection Development Manager and
History Subject Specialist

Holland and Terrell Libraries
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-5610
Phone:  509-335-8860
Fax:  509-335-6721
E-mail:  louv@wsu.edu
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