December 19, 2006
Texas Replaces Books with Computers: How the Move has Fared
A while back the University of Texas took the historic step of removing books from one of the Austin libraries there and replacing them with computer terminals. Well, removing, yes, but not completely. The books were transferred to various other libraries in the Texas system. Still, the move was seen as pretty radical from an institution with the reputation of UT. Library Journal takes a look at how the experiment has gone since the move. Everyone seems to be happy with the results. Read the story here.
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