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Technology in Transition: Librarians, eReaders and the Trough of Disillusionment Public Deposited

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Presentation at the Association of College & Research Libraries Virtual Conference, April 12, 2013.

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  • Discover how librarians at Oregon State University Libraries adopted (or did not adopt) personal eReaders over the course of one year. Learn what technology and content hurdles they encountered, how they describe their new personal and professional work flows, why some avoid technology even when they own it, and why some skipped directly to multifunctional mobile eReading devices. Prepare to share your own eReading experiences through online polling and chat interaction.
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