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Performance appraisals generally occur to provide documentation for current and future personnel decisions such as promotions, salary increases, staff development, and disciplinary reasons. After surveying library literature, it is apparent that most academic library administrations implement...
The article examines reasons why libraries do not provide information relevant to the satisfaction of material needs. Issues examined in the context of global poverty include: what is relevant information? the relation between social poverty and information poverty; users and their information...
That British acquisitions librarians are not significantly utilising the Internet is the major conclusion. Finds that they are satisfied with existing systems, but that there is scope for making greater use of the Internet. Research done in 1996 involved talking to staff from six academic...
Presents briefly the impact of information technology on information management. Discuses the publication of electronic databases on CD‐ROM and the Internet by considering factors such as media of choice, cost factors, basic infrastructure, steps in publishing and their scenario in India, with...
This is a brief study of the life and work of the celebrated antiquarian bookseller Bernard Quaritch (1819‐1899). Born in Germany and having served his apprenticeship as a bookseller there, he came to London in 1842 with a letter of introduction to John Murray. After a short period in Paris he...
Describes the catalogue of the library established on board HMS Assistance , one of the vessels involved in the search for the explorer Sir John Franklin and companions. The catalogue was printed on board ship in 1853.
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