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In a constantly changing social and technological environment, libraries have a critical need to adapt to fulfill their missions and satisfy their users. This pressure is acutely felt by those working with library technology. igital services, content and tools have become a part of nearly every aspect of library operations. The "digital library" is here, and most of us work in one.
This mission of this journal is to cover "the intersection of libraries, technology, and the future." We plan to provide practical information to help the library community envision and achieve our technological future, to bring libraries' tradition of collaboration to bear on new challenges. We want the digital libraries of today need to be transformed into the digital libraries of tomorrow, providing quality information while meeting new and changing needs. We are at an exciting juncture, with new opportunities to face these challenges. The same network and information technology that is responsible for foundational shifts in our environment makes possible tools to face this new environment that would This course might have seemed a futuristic fantasy a decade ago, while the internet provides an ability to collaborate with each other over a distance on solutions, accomplishing through cooperation what limited resources make infeasible individually. Libraries are increasingly realizing that while there are its risks to undertaking a transformation of our technology and our organizations, there are even greater risks to but maintaining the status quobrings its own, greater risks. In order to Libraries and their vendors must take full advantage of these possibilities, libraries are increasingly realizing they need to step up to a leading role in the technological innovation towards our users’ needs, alongside our vendorsthat effects this transformation.
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