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Over the decades most libraries whether public or academic, have become known to be “where the books are,” but with the advent of computers, and the Internet, this view is constantly changing. Generations are now looking at libraries differently and are not seeing the relevance of an exclusive place for books as the future of their library. Helping our libraries evolve with current users’ needs is crucial to begin saving our libraries.
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