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Librarians Coping with Covid-19: An Outlook from China

Foster Zhang, University Librarian at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, remains hopeful that we can find yet more innovative ways to use technology as his institution is forced to switch to remote learning due to the Corona crisis.

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Librarians Coping with Covid-19: An Outlook From Germany

We talked to Karl Krieg, Head of Acquisitions at Passau University Library in Germany, about challenges and opportunities for libraries during the Corona crisis.

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Librarians Coping with Covid-19: An Outlook from the United States

Scott Warren, Associate Dean for Research Excellence at Syracuse University Libraries, on how his institution is making sure students and faculty continue to have access to all the services and information they need in the recent Corona lockdown.

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Building the future on hundreds of years of History: Book archives in today’s research.

There are hundreds of extensive and ambitious archive digitisation projects taking place across the world today – all with the aim of getting primary research into the hands of millions more people, whilst building a permanent record of academic literature to drive the advancement of ideas for generations to come. None of this would be feasible without the close and ongoing collaboration of libraries, publishers, academic bodies and governments worldwide. And it’s an activity that shows no signs of slowing down.

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