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CONFIDENCE towards the future is by no means common in these times. That is why the decision of W. & R. Holmes to continue publication of LIBRARY REVIEWdespite the loss through retirement of an editor of great experience, despite conditions of great commercial uncertaintyis a matter for...
The following paper had something of a rough passage through LR's refereeing procedure. One comment was that the three elements in its title did not cohere. Nevertheless, it was by all accounts well received when delivered as a lecture at CLW. LR prints this article as a basis for ongoing...
AS FAR AS I know very few libraries have a designated post of Shelves Assistant. Firstly, it is necessary for there to be a reference library of ancient vintage and of considerable size, say, upwards of half a million items. Secondly, the library building must be near to the end of its available...
OPERATING a mobile library service is not a subject currently considered in library schools to any great extent. Perhaps this is as things should be, for what the librarian in charge needs ideally is a course in transportation management, including a basic grounding in the mechanical aspects of...
THE TERM operational research was coined, it is said, in 1937. From 1957 it became familiar to British librarians in the planning stages of the National Lending Library, Boston Spa. About ten years ago the work of Graham Mackenzie's Lancaster University research group became widely known. Yet,...
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THE INTERRELATIONSHIPS between the flowering of the fourth estate and popular literature, the democratisation of the reading public, and the growth of radicalism in the first half of the nineteenth century have been long recognised. Yet although literary and political historians have dug deeply...
WHAT PRICE educational technology now This was the pessimistic title of an article contributed by Geoffrey Hubbard, Director of the Council for Educational Technology, to the 3M magazine Tape teacher, last September. Hubbard outlined a bleak future for educational technology if expenditure cuts...
The flight from reason essays on intellectual freedom in the academy, the press and the library. By DAVID K. BERNINGHAUSEN. Chicago A.L.A., 1975. 175p. Paperbacked, 750.
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