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Library Technology Essentials series

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The Library Technology Essentials series is aimed at helping librarians use today’s hottest new technologies as well as ready themselves for tomorrow’s.

The series of 12 books features titles that cover the A-Z of how to leverage the latest and most cutting-edge technologies and trends to deliver new library services.

Today's forward-thinking libraries are responding to changes in information consumption, new technological advancements, and growing user expectations by devising groundbreaking ways to remain relevant in a rapidly changing digital world.

This collection of primers guides libraries along the path to innovation through step-by-step instruction. Written by the field’s top experts, these handbooks serve as the ultimate gateway to the newest and most promising emerging technology trends.

The author Ellyssa Kroski is director of information technology for the New York Law Institute.

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