$57M UNLV med school library will keep up with changing technology

When Bruce Koeppen was founding dean of the medical school at Quinnipiac University in 2010, he made a decision that mirrored the changing technology landscape around him. The fledgling school in North Haven, Connecticut, would be a paperless institution. “The traditional library where you’ve got stacks and stacks of books, is a thing of the past,” Koeppen said. “They (medical school students) need instant access to information, and that’s going to be electronic.” Koeppen made the decision after the school acquired the former headquarters of Anthem Blue Cross. The trajectory…

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