A Library Without Books

The “Undergraduate Library(Undergraduate Library)”:http://www.lib.utexas.edu/ugl/ at the University of Texas at Austin has dispersed nearly their complete collection to other campus locations in order to clear space for a “24-hour electronic information commons(College Libraries Set Aside Books in a Digital Age)”:http://www.nytimes.com/2005/05/14/education/14library.html?ex=1273723200&en=594e613ac6e9a350&ei=5088. As the article notes, there was a time when undergrads were not permitted the use of the other libraries. Now that that policy has changed, the space is better used for other forms of information gathering. It really only makes sense.