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In 1979 the trustees of the R. D. MacLeod Trust divided their monies between the two Scottish library schools to further the studies in libraries and librarianship carried on in them. The first research grant awarded by the School of Librarianship, Robert Gordon's Institute of Technology,...
SERIALS pose a problem for cataloguers which is essentially simple in its solution. Title entry is the obvious and most satisfactory method of entering a serial in a catalogue and has been recognised as such by modern cataloguing codes. However, a large number of serials are issued or published...
FIRST, one or two naive questions. For example, What is this public library or What is it for. They are questions one could imagine a being from another planet might ask. When one has been associated with something over a long period of time it is both difficult and, useful to consider it from a...
TO librarians the above comment, appearing as it does in a work offering new ways of looking at literature, is yet another warning from the world outside that other forms of record than traditional print now need to be taken seriously as evidence of the world about us. Print is inert, anonymous,...
THOMAS Carlyle's personal crusade for the opening of a lending library in London and his enlisting for the support of that cause influential and wealthy patrons such as Lord Clarendon, BulwerLytton, Lord Lyttelton, Dean Milman, Lord Houghton, W. E. Gladstone, Sir G. Cornewall Lewis, Henry...
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