Forthcoming April 2010 from Council on Library and Information Resources (sign up for notification of publication here) See also related article (and lots of comments) in Inside Higher Ed
A three-report volume will examine key issues in the research library's transition from an analog to a digital environment for knowledge access, preservation, and reconstitution.
The volume will include an introductory essay by CLIR President Charles Henry, followed by three reports:
Can a New Research Library be All-Digital? Lisa Spiro and Geneva Henry
On the Cost of Keeping a Book, Paul Courant and Matthew "Buzzy" Nielsen
Ghostlier Demarcations: Large-Scale Text Digitization Projects and their Utility for Contemporary Humanities Scholarship, report of a CLIR investigation