Waller, Liz (2011) The Library Chameleon: Physical Space. In: Dale, Penny, Beard, Jim and Holland, Matt, (eds.) University Libraries and Digital Learning Environments. Ashgate , Farnham, Surrey , pp. 69-85. ISBN 978-0754679578
Since the days of the Library at Alexandria, libraries have been offering information, advice and a place to study. In more recent years with the increasing move to electronic publications and the explosion of information available via the internet, various voices have announced the demise of the physical library and its relevance to the modern learning experience. In the digital environment is there still a need for a physical space in the university?
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