Cornell University's Albert R. Mann Library was featured in a 1994 Library Hi Tech issue as a prototype of the electronic library. Mann Library, the winner of the American Library Association's first Library of the Future award, presented its systematic approach to creating a new digital research library, an approach that employs modern methods rooted in classic principles to form a vibrant, organic whole by integrating the print and the digital library. Mann's approach is based on having a clear understanding of what our mission is and constantly rethinking what we are doing to achieve it. Consequently, a lot has happened at Mann since 1994. This article describes the library's new program of instructional technology support, while a series of short reports focus on some of the other Mann Library projects.
Koltay, Z., Trelease, B. and Davis, P. (1996), "Technologies for learning: Instructional support at Cornell's Albert r. Mann library", Library Hi Tech, Vol. 14 No. 4, pp. 83-98. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb048043Download as .RIS
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