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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
For thousands of years, libraries have allowed humanity to collect and organize data and information, and to support the discovery and communication of knowledge, across time and space. Coming together in this Internet Age, the world's societies have extended this process to span from the personal to the global, as the concepts, practices, systems, and services related to Library and Information Science unfold through digital libraries. Scientists, scholars, teachers, learners, anddoi:10.1007/978-3-540-31842-2_11 fatcat:a27lr6lllrapxcqxghj4c5jwxu