L2L University Libraries (ft. Doug Frazier)
Traditionally, libraries have been book repositories. Today, they are much more — they can be community centers, convenient portals to city services, locales for adult education, and sources for information that doesn’t exist in books. Today’s libraries are also centers for a wide range of book knowledge — web connections give patrons access to books in hundreds of libraries.
Using the current best-seller The Library Book by Susan Orlean as a focus, Leigh and P. T. chat with Doug Frazier, the associate dean of Georgia Southern University Libraries and the director of the Lane Library on the Armstrong campus, about what the library means today — some things may surprise you.