Thursday, August 21, 2008

Technolust and Building a Digital Humanities Collection

Michael Stephens has written 'Taming Technolust: Ten Steps for Planning in a 2.0 World' in the latest issue (vol.47, issue 4) of RUSQ. He writes of technolust and technodivorce. This article provides a general overview for libraries, there is plenty of good advice for anyone who wants to build a digital collection in the humanities.

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