Libraries changing to fit digital age

by Daniel Goodwyn

While students are using less books from UNC's libraries, the school is learning how to capitalize on using digital texts. (Photo by Zach Mayo)
While students are checking out less books from UNC’s libraries, the school is learning how to utilize digital sources of information. (Photo by Zach Mayo)

UNC’s libraries recently celebrated an important milestone as they acquired their seven-millionth volume. For generations, people have gone to libraries to study, get on a computer or find something to read.

But with students frequently choosing digital technologies over paperback books, libraries are having to find new ways to stay relevant.

Daniel Goodwyn reports.


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