Electronic vs. print formats and student learning
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Academic library perspectives
Highlights from the 2015 Association of College and Research Libraries Conference
Steven Irving and Phil Roché
Christina Mune and Ann Agee
Kendall Hobbs and Diane Klare
Mary Ann Cullen and Ann Mallard
Kristi Jensen, Sarah Cohen, Dana Ospina and Shan Sutton