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LR rarely prints position papers. The piece which follows is an exception which the author himself believes does not apply exclusively to inner city libraries.
Writing primarily for an American audience, two recent authors take as their starting point the fact that over the last decade the success of automated cataloguing systems have thrown into sharper relief the deficiencies of the card catalogues into which their products have so often been filed....
Information is the key to economic and social development. However, before information can be put to productive use it must be processed, stored and disseminated. Among the systems that transmit recorded knowledge, libraries collect, store, organize for use, and disseminate recorded...
It is difficult today, after a decade which has seen the introduction of the 35 hour week, when people spend more time at recreation than at work and when as a result of these developments there has been a substantial growth in interest in leisure and its uses, to realise the difficulties which...
I was fairly certain that I had explored most aspects of Whitehaven history. However this town of endless surprises had yet one more to spring on me. On his return my plumber friend unwrapped a parcel it contained a ship's log not the official one, but one kept by an apprentice on a voyage to...
The study of children's books has always been a mixed affair in which reader response and classroom methods jostle with the parameters used by librarians. In recent years, research into children's books has exemplified this well such research, at home and abroad, has ranged widely in spheres as...
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