ACRLog had a post last week about humanists wanting print books rather than ebooks. Here’s a key passage:
Ebooks seem like sweet low-hanging fruit – they have enhanced searchability, accessibility at any time or place, and reduced storage and preservation costs. What’s not to love? Ebooks seem to make our students very happy. Often they don’t want to read a book cover to cover (although their professors might wish they would), and searching for relevant passages seems to satisfy their needs for many assignments. And journal literature seems exempt from the preference for print – I haven’t heard many complaints about deaccessioning back runs of print journals represented in JSTOR’s collections, for instance.
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cléoradar (2012, 7 février). The Codex is Dead; Long Live the Codex. Cléo Radar. Consulté le 23 février 2024, à l’adresse https://cleoradar.hypotheses.org/16376