Candela, Leonardo, et al. “History, Evolution, and Impact of Digital Libraries.”This study is collective work of Leonardo Candela, Donatella Castelli, and Pasquale Pagano. They are associated with national research council. They emphasized that due to the digital revolution, digital libraries have also played a pivotal role in our knowledgeable society. The wealth of material and sources contained in libraries, archives, and museums or any repository worldwide available, have given the citizens an opportunity to explore the cultural heritage and make it in their academic use. They are revolutionizing the entire academic and educational lifecycle. In their work, they addressed that it is the history which is characterizing knowledge enabling technologies. It is the history that led to the digital revolution. History started from the early attempts towards the system that supports discovering expertise and reached to present age, where the plethora of various revolutions coexist. The main milestones that have been achieved and those, which are yet to accomplish, wholly produced with the instances of knowledge enabling systems and effects of these systems are discussed.Shannon, C. E. “(1948),” A Mathematical Theory of Communication,” Bell System Technical Journal, vol. 27, pp. 379-423 & 623-656, July & October.” (1948).Claud.Shannon introduced the concepts, information theory, formulations and insights that laid a foundation for modern communication technology. A bell labs Mathematician has credit to lay down the foundations of digitalization. Digital revolution enabled the conversion of technology into digital format. The significant part of the guidance for him comes from his two-folded 1948 monumental paper. The paper explains; how a single person had an impact on digital revolution and communication. It was about the focus on problems regarding, how best we can do to encrypt the information that transmitter wants to convey. The probability theory was applied and used by him defining the contrast and importance during the technological changes. It would not be wrong to say, digital revolution including the internet was the culmination of communication revolution with the application of Boolean theory to digital and communication applications.“The Digital Revolution.” History.sandiego.edu. N. p., 2018. Web. 10 Feb. 2018.It is an article that describes the overall history. It says, similar to the Industrial and Agricultural revolution, the inception of information age was marked by the digital revolution. It was a momentous shift from electrical technology to digital technology which had begun from the early 1950s to late 70s. Due to which, proliferation and adoption of digital computer and record-keeping are still present today. This term also shows the changes brought by communication technology and digital computing in later-half of the 20th century. The technical innovations renovated the different business and production methods. Digital communication became economically important, adoption of which was widespread after the computer was invented. In 1947, Germanium transistor was demonstrated by the Bell Labs; this was the work of William Shockey and his team in particular section. Thus, the whole article explains the different stages of a digital revolution.“Thinking Ahead – Essays On Big Data, Digital Revolution, And Participatory Market Society.” Google Books. N. p., 2018. Web. 09 Feb. 2018.Author of this book is Physicist named as professor Dirk Helbing, of computational social sciences. He has presented the significant impressions of the digital information revolution on our economy and society. Some question that author says, were never asked, are how did we get into mass observation? Where are they going to lead us? What will be the consequences if these technologies were misused? He writes, we see a third industrial revolution, and we are in the mid of the digital and information revolution; which changes our economy and is taking us to the digital society. This process has not been noticed and observed by citizens, politicians, and businesses. Historically, communities went through many transformations, and digital revolution would be leading the citizens. If constitutional rights would not have been undermined by politicians and businesses, it will fail sooner. He emphasizes the better utilization of digitalization because it would affect the whole human-kind.Kadanakuppe, Sushi, et al. “Digital Revolution: Informatics for Oral Healthcare Profession.” Digital Revolution: Informatics for Oral Healthcare Profession, IV, no. I, Jan. 2015.Kadanakuppe has worked with three scholars and presented journal article about the significance of digital revolution in oral health care. Three of the scholars are doctors in India whereas, the fourth one is working in Chicago as a doctor. Information or digital technology extra-ordinarily revolutionized the health-care profession. Human mental skills have been substituted with electronic circuits. An impact of IT was held responsible for the vast revolution that has progressed through 3 stages; 1) data and software connectivity, 2) electrical connectivity, 3) information connectivity. Network computing is bringing the world closer to the exchange of information among different health-oriented professionals, and making it a global village. It seems very helpful for improved communication among experts. The author suggests dental teaching institutions need to redesign the curriculum by encompassing the field of IT. Hence, it is predictable to continually embrace the dental informatics with the help of digital revolution and information technology. To improvise the dentistry, then the regulatory bodies have to cope with the technological advancements because knowledge of human is exponentially increasing every ten years.Isaacson, Walter. The innovators: How a group of hackers, geniuses, and geeks created the digital revolution. Simon & Schuster, 2014.The Digital Revolution has been a long journey which continues moving forward even today, which has had a countless number of heroes, some of them crossing paths and some of them working alone. There is an underlying interconnection amongst each of the evidential achievements in the digital age, which can only be seen when someone takes a step back and looks at the whole big picture. That is what Walter Isaacson has bravely attempted to do in The Innovators. The Innovators charted the journey of the Digital Revolution from the 19th century when Charles Babbage and Lady Lovelace tried to write a program for a machine to perform a task up to the present day where millions are connected through personal computers and the power of the Web which is only growing bigger and faster. This journey has had many beautiful moments, be it the creation of the transistor, the evolution of the microprocessor, the advent of the personal computer, the ability to connect computers through packet-sharing networks, the rise of software when Microsoft came into dominance, the brilliance of Apple products, the growth of collaboration. Walter Isaacson takes us through the entire evolution of the Digital Age from infancy into becoming an essential part of our lives. In many places, he talks about the importance of collaboration, and how the Revolution has been brought about not by one man or a few, but by many teams who worked tirelessly to attain their visions.Works Cited“The Digital Revolution.” History.sandiego.edu. N. p., 2018. Web. 10 Feb. 2018.“Thinking Ahead – Essays On Big Data, Digital Revolution, And Participatory Market Society.” Google Books. N. p., 2018. Web. 09 Feb. 2018.Candela, Leonardo, et al. “History, Evolution, and Impact of Digital Libraries.”Isaacson, Walter. The innovators: How a group of hackers, geniuses, and geeks created the digital revolution. Simon & Schuster, 2014.Kadanakuppe, Sushi, et al. “Digital Revolution: Informatics for Oral Healthcare Profession.” Digital Revolution: Informatics for Oral Healthcare Profession, IV, no. I, Jan. 2015.Shannon, C. E. “(1948),” A Mathematical Theory of Communication,” Bell System Technical Journal, vol. 27, pp. 379-423 & 623-656, July & October.” (1948).