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In an address given three years before the war on Applied Science, I seem to have remarked that, The last forty years has seen an immense change an immense change, too, of outlook. To me it has seemed as if the change came gradually and then the rate of change got more and more rapid and during...
In preparing this short paper, I have deliberately compared the working of an industrial library with that of a public library rather than with the library of a Government Department, because any small differences which exist are less marked in the case of comparison with the latter. I hope,...
The libraries of Government departments are receiving increasing attention in professional literature, and informative papers have been published by Mr. A. AgardEvans 1948, Mr. D. W. King 1949, and Dr. A. J. Walford 1950. In this short paper I intend to refer briefly to the contribution of...
This paper bears so comprehensive a title that, if I were to do it anything like justice, there would be no time for anything else this morning. However, within the limits of the time allowed me, I hope to say something about a public scientific and technical library I know quite wellthat of...
First let me say how privileged I feel at being asked to address an Aslib Conference on the subject of technical information services. Some months ago, the Sondes Place Research Institute prepared a report on this subject, and it was as a result of the publication of that report that I received...
I am greatly honoured by this opportunity to discuss with you the subject of microopaques. Two years ago, at the request of Unesco, I made an extensive research into the possibility of all microtechniques. An outline of these visits and the conclusions I reached have been written in two reports...
To counter, in some measure, the scepticism with which international conferences are usually viewed, I should like to give a short account of a project brought to a successful conclusion as a direct result of conference activity.
A number of information services produce bulletins of abstracts and similar material by typing a stencil and stitching the sheets together with an ordinary office stapling machine. This is a tedious, fatiguing and timeconsuming operation, but if badly done can ruin the appearance of a duplicated...
The compilation of the British Union Catalogue of Periodicals has now advanced to a position from which it is possible to obtain a fairly clear view of its ultimate scope and potentialities.
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