Hybrid library is a term used by librarians to describe libraries containing a mix of traditional print library resources and the growing number of electronic resources.
Read more about Hybrid Library: Overview, Issues in Hybrid Library, Collection Development, Ownership of Electronic Resources, Preservation of Digital Media, Technology Preservation, Emulation, and Migration
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