(6-21-04) In A Wired Age, Library Stacks Get Dustier. "Katarina Maxianova, who received her bachelor's degree in comparative literature from Columbia University in May, took a seminar last year in which the professor assigned two magazine articles from New Left Review. She found one immediately through Google; for the other, she had to trek to the library stacks. "Everyone in class tried to get those articles online, she said, . .and some people didn't even bother to go to the stacks when they couldn't Google them.'' . . . We can't pretend people will go back to walking into a library and talking to a reference librarian,'' said Kate Wittenberg, director of the Electronic Publishing Initiative at Columbia University. In the Columbia survey, 90 percent of the faculty members who responded said they used electronic resources in their research several times a week or more. Nearly all said it was a valuable resource."