Video: The transformation of libraries: a conversation

Barbara Dewey, dean of University Libraries, and Mairéad Martin, director of Digital Library Technologies, discuss the library of the future

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Like many research libraries across the country, Penn State University Libraries is at the forefront of the transformative shift from paper to virtual collections. As the library moves forward with the transition from print to digital media, maintaining traditional library values and an environment for scholarly exploration remain vital to the institution.

Barbara Dewey, dean of University Libraries and Scholarly Communications, and Mairéad Martin, director of Digital Library Technologies, recently discussed Penn State University Libraries’ vast research enterprise and the challenge of staying ahead of the game in an increasingly digital age. Watch the video at http://it-stre.am/Omuhm6.

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Last Updated September 28, 2012