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It’s goodbye, books, as UB library powers up for digital age

“In the University at Buffalo’s newly renovated Silverman Library, a half-million books have been replaced with more than 1,000 power outlets, 100 computer stations and soundproof studios where students can videotape presentations for classroom projects. The $7.2 million in changes – which took 18 months to complete – are the latest nod to the digital age on the university’s North Campus in Amherst. Students will get a look at the renovations for the first time on Monday, when classes begin and the library is open to the public.” (via Buffalo News)

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