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Fusion of Library, Archive, Museum, Publisher (LAMP): the NTNU Library Experience
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Fusion of Library, Archive, Museum, Publisher (LAMP): the NTNU Library Experience
Ke, Hao-Ren;
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The convergence of libraries, archives, and museums (LAMs) has garnered attention in recent years. Extending the tendency further, National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) fuses the library, archive, museum, and publisher (LAMP) functionality together in its library. This article elaborates on the LAMP practices of the NTNU Library, which indicates that without creating new units in a university, its library can play a good role of curating invaluable university assets.
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