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Thursday, November 5 • 2:25pm - 3:10pm
Tradition and the Academic Library: A Critical Evaluation of Our Enduring Values Revisited (2015), by Michael Gorman

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 A significant percentage of current library literature focuses on the technological advances stemming almost exclusively from the internet.  Michael Gorman, in his book Our Enduring Values Revisited, 2015, invites libraries and librarians to reflect on the library as a whole, for a realistic assessment of those “noble” traditions, enduring values and best practices that make libraries one of the pillars of the academic community.

This paper will discuss Gorman’s ranking of those values and traditions and critically evaluate their importance to the future of the academic library in a small liberal arts university.


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Joyce Dixon-Fyle

Coordinator/Librarian of Collection Development, De Pauw University Libraries
Joyce is an academic librarian (Professor) and Coordinator of Collection Development at DPU, where she has worked for many years. She earned both PhD (French Literature)and MLS degrees from Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. Her primary services include assessing and selecting subject collections, crafting and revising policies for the development and management of resources for subject holdings. Her wide-ranging scholarly interests include... Read More →
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Azungwe Kwembe

Serial/Acquisitions Librarian, Chicago State University



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