Hybrid Library

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 LibraryOverview, Issues in Hybrid Library, Collection Development, Ownership of Electronic Resources, Preservation of Digital Media, Technology Preservation, Emulation, and Migration

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Hybrid Library - Technology Preservation, Emulation, and Migration
... In emulation, some emulator software programs will mimic the hardware and software of the original data and display in the original format ... In migration, digital information is converted to a standard media with standard format. ...

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