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Creation, Collaboration, Contemplation: Academic Libraries and the Digital Revolution

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Having worked in academic libraries through an intense period of change, I will explore how academic libraries have responded to the digital revolution through innovative services, outreach and spaces. Far from disappearing or becoming irrelevant, recent changes in pedagogy and information organisation have prompted academic libraries to change in important ways. In this talk, we’ll explore how academic libraries, including the Wolfson Library, have responded to the digital revolution through innovative services, outreach and spaces. It’s not about old ladies in cardies protecting dusty books anymore (and never was!).

This talk is part of the Wolfson College Lunchtime Seminar Series - Wednesdays of Full Term series.

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