Current Issues in the Design of Academic Health Sciences Libraries: Findings from Three Recent Facility Projects*
Nelson, Patricia P., Journal of the Medical Library Association
Planning a new health sciences library at the beginning of the twenty-first century is a tremendous challenge. Technology has radically changed the way libraries function in an academic environment and the services they provide. Some individuals question whether the library as place will continue to exist as information becomes increasingly available electronically. To understand how libraries resolve programming and building design issues, visits were made to three academic health sciences libraries that have had significant renovation or completed new construction. The information gathered will be valuable for planning a new library for the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center …
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Publication information: Article title: Current Issues in the Design of Academic Health Sciences Libraries: Findings from Three Recent Facility Projects*. Contributors: Nelson, Patricia P. - Author. Journal title: Journal of the Medical Library Association. Volume: 91. Issue: 3 Publication date: July 2003. Page number: 347+. © Medical Library Association Apr 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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