Portal: Libraries and the Academy
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Once an innovative idea but now a standard feature of many academic libraries, the information commons has transformed library services across the country over the past decade. Although dozens of articles have appeared in the literature on various aspects and models of the information commons (IC), until now there has not been a thorough monograph devoted to the topic.
Seal, Robert A. “The Information Commons Handbook (review).” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 7, no. 3 (2007): 389-390.
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