Minds Alive: Libraries and Archives Now by Patricia Demers and Toni Samek (Eds.). Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 2020. 268pp. ISBN: 978-1-4875-0527-1.
Keywords:Libraries, Archives, Community, Digital Library
Minds Alive comes at an important time for libraries and archives, which reside in both the world of books and kilometers of fonds and yet also need to adapt to the massive amounts of born-digital content that too require collection. This monograph, which features thirteen chapters split into five sections, also comes at an important time for memory institutions struggling to adjust to the Googlization of information.
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