Best of Both Worlds: Museums, Libraries, and Archives in a Digital Age
by G. Wayne Clough
Publisher: Smithsonian Books 2013
Number of pages: 77
In his book, 'Best of Both Worlds', G. Wayne Clough, the Smithsonian's 12th Secretary, surveys the efforts of many world-class institutions, including his own, to use technology to open their collections and programs to the world.
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