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BOOK selection is back. It is twenty years since it disappeared, in the euphoria of what we now recognise to have been comparative prosperity. Nevermore would librarians need to choose buy the lot Now librarians have again to select. And so to read book reviews.
Older in its origins than any English Redbrick university, the University of Strathclyde is planning a new library building. A librarian from British Columbia outlines its history up to its present multipurpose structure.
BOOKS on management were comparatively rare before the war the subject scarcely existed in its own right. Libraries themselves were administered, rather than managed, and the bestknown manual, careful of professional pride, proclaimed its subject to be library economy.
THIS bibliography is an attempt at bringing together some of the current or most useful writings on women and employment in Britain, to facilitate much needed research and also as a practical aid to those actively involved in campaigning for women's equality in employment. Since it has been...
AUTHORITIESthe men or women who know more than all save one or two persons in the country, perhaps in the world, about some topic, be it nuclear contamination or the Navajo Indiansare a modern phenomenon. In proliferating sciences and learning in general, they stand out as guides and advisers to...
When the brilliant and solitary author of The house with the green shutters died young, not a little tidyingup remained to be done. That, in the absence of a public library in rural Ayrshire, is what the librarian of Ayr Burgh set out to do.
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