Librarian sees technology change over 4 decades
Indiana Daily Student
March 4, 2009
By Stephanie Doctrow
Librarian Lou Malcomb still keeps an old card catalogue in her office. It is stored away inside a filing cabinet on the floor by her desk, brought out rarely to show how libraries used to function.
Her nearby computer now connects her to the world, helping Malcomb find answers instantaneously through the Internet.
Since she joined the IU Libraries in 1968, radical developments in technology have caused her job to evolve.
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