Having grave doubts to begin with about this sort of conversion, to say
nothing of the cost and the usual technical problems, I would be curious
to know of libraries where this has been attempted and where there may
now be second thoughts.
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Can I get copy too?
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If anyone has done a study of converting all or part of the library's
collection from print to digital, or has actually done so independent of
a study, please let me know. Thanks.
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