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Status of Technology and Digitization in the Nation’s Museums and Libraries

The Institute of Museum and Library Services is committed to helping libraries and museums take full advantage of the power of technology. Through grantmaking, research, conferences, and publications the Institute helps to create and share best practices and provide important data for administrators, policy makers, and the public.

As part of its mandate to analyze needs and trends of museum and library services, the Institute is pleased to present the 2004 survey on the use of technology and digitization in the nation’s libraries and museums.

(VIA: The Scout Report, March 24, 2006, Volume 12, Number 12)

Posted by Brian Gray on September 11, 2006 07:00 AM
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