In February 1994, Gettysburg College launched an ambitious experiment that joined computing and the library into a new organization known as Information Resources. Gettysburg College, one of the first liberal arts colleges to undertake such a merger, sought, along with only a handful of other institutions, a level of integration so complete that all vestiges of the traditional library disappeared. This is the story of that merger and why it failed despite the best efforts of many. [excerpt]
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Wagner, Robin. "The Gettysburg Experience." In Books, Bytes, and Bridges: Library Computer Centers in Academic Institutions Edited by Larry Hardesty, 164-177. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000.
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