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The Current State of Bibliography and its Future as Practiced and Supported in Special Collections Libraries

Sunday, June 24, 2012
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm

US/Pacific (-7)

This panel will discuss the current and future state of Bibliography and the crucial role that Special Collections libraries must play in that future from the perspective of rare book cataloging, collection development & curatorial work, humanities scholarship, instruction in both the class room and the reading room, and how bibliography can and must inform digital projects whether generated inside or outside of the library.

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