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Sidney Verba and getting teens to the library

From the New York Times comes a wonderful look at Sidney Verba, director of Harvard's library, and his partnership with Google. 

"Everyone with a teenage kid is worried that the younger generation may believe that all knowledge is on Google," said Mr. Verba, who said he nagged his own students to use library books.

"But what this does," he said, referring to the Google project, "is take you to Google, which takes you to the library."