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The Learning Conference 2003

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The Supremacy of the Book

Suzanne deLong.


Some claim the "book is dead". Information resources in electronic form are very useful in certain circumstances. However, when it comes to synthesis of thought, that activity of humankind where information is sorted, sifted, reworked, and refined to produce coherent argument or discussion, the book is supreme.

Presenters

Suzanne deLong  (United States)
Technical Services Librarian
Library
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Raised in a rural area, and the daughter of the school librarian. Educated and worked in the medical field for many years. Entered profession of librarianship at a time of change and integration of electronic resources with print resources.

Keywords
  • Books and reading
  • Book is Dead
  • Electronic vs. Print resources
  • Synthesis of thought



(30 min Conference Paper, English)