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NATURAL aptitude, training, experience these are the three factors necessary for competence in any vocation. But having stated the ideal, what is the reality Recruitment to libraries is quite as haphazard as it is to any other job. It is best when unemployment is rife. It is poorest when full...
LONDON'S libraries are recovering from the upheaval of the war, but they are suffering from a longer period of disorganisation than the majority of libraries, for their upheaval began months before September, 1939, when library staffs were drawn upon for such extraneous duties as issuing gas...
IT has been the aim of much professional endeavour to discover through collection and comparison of statistics the factors which are likely to produce a good library service. Such ambitious undertakings as the Library Association survey, the County Libraries statistical reports, the London and...
In earlier numbers of this magazine we have conducted symposia on the subject of libraries in schools, and the various contributions have proved informative and interesting. The field is now broadening under the provisions of the new Education Act, whose schedule on building regulations allows...
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