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Conventional wisdom has long held that senior staff in university libraries should have parity with their teaching colleagues not merely in salaries and general conditions of service but also in eligibility to participate in general university government through Senate, faculty boards and the...
Policy planning and local government is one of these rare books which both illuminate and exciteand should be on every bibliographical list given to students of local government.
Of the libraries in which I worked during my youth several closed for ever after I left them. There were two central libraries and four branch libraries between 1930 and 1939now gone. I must add that the reason for closure was either a building's age or its unsuitability for modern needs. It is...
Any librarian who has been faced with the problem of cataloguing the course unit booklets supplied by the Open University as the framework of its teaching will have discovered how bibliographically intractable they are. This article seeks first to describe some of the problems thus encountered,...
Annalist rather than analyst, Professor Asa Briggs moves not dogmatically but deliberately through his own Music of Time series, the chronicles of broadcasting. His immense and detailed labours began in the 1950s, the first volume of this serial universe being published in 1961. The fourth, the...
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