Content anxieties in a digital age

When so much information is now produced, content is rapidly growing, number of electronic databases are fast increasing in several disciplines, and quality web based free resources are also increasing, what should a library do to organize its print and digital content so that users are able to access it easily? The British Library is currently in the process of identifying how and what it should collect through consultations with its users.

Excerpt: "In launching a major consultation exercise about what it should collect and what it should connect to, the British Library is looking to users to help formulate the right balance between connection and collection, print and digital."

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