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Collecting Institutions in the Network Society

@inproceedings{Batt2015CollectingII,
  title={Collecting Institutions in the Network Society},
  author={Catherine M. Batt},
  year={2015}
}
  • C. Batt
  • Published 28 September 2015
  • Business
Collecting Institutions in the Network Society is a multidisciplinary study examining present practices and policies of collecting institutions (museums, galleries, libraries and archives) in their use and development of digital technologies, within the context of wider socio-technical change. It investigates whether existing service paradigms are best suited to future digital delivery of services in the emergent Network Society. It uses an interpretive methodological approach creating a body… 

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