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The Primary Communications Research Centre started its life at the University of Leicester in 1976, closing down ten years later in 1986. Its objective to study all aspects of primary communication was unique at the time. This retrospective survey by the Project Head looks at the thinking...
The practical problems in conducting simultaneous surveys across nine site libraries are described. Basic data, results and analyses are provided. An overall availability rate of 75 per cent was discovered. Comparisons are made with a previous survey. A supporting survey of readers' awareness of...
The extent and nature of the book collections in libraries belonging to properties in the ownership of the National Trust are outlined. The problems of identifying and displaying these collections to visitors to the properties in relation to conservation and security of the books are examined....
Biography and autobiography are among the most heavily used elements of a public library's bookstock, but their dual functions as information sources and as general reading material create problems of classification and utilisation. Libraries need to acquire the classic works in the genre. Some...
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