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This column reviews reference works in all areas of science and technology, except medicine, and includes new publications as well as editions of previously published works. The intention is to provide informative, critical and evaluative reviews and to make comparisons with other similar works,...
The editor, Acting Head of the Business Library at Western Michigan University, would be interested to receive communications from persons knowledgeable in the business field, for purposes of submitting reviews. Business Reference Review will attempt to review recent reference materials in the...
The materials included in this column were selected on the basis of an item by item review of all government publications received at a major depository library. Emphasis is placed on tools of a reference format, although much else that the Federal government publishes is otherwise of high...
Reference Services Review is closing its third year of publication with this double issue. During these three years, RSR has received numerous reviews and citations in the literature which have praised its value. Bill Katz, writing in Magazines for Libraries, called it one of the 50 best...
Communications regarding this column should be addressed to Mrs. Cheney, Peabody Library School, Nashville, Tenn. 37203. Mrs. Cheney does not sell the books listed here. They are available through normal trade sources. Mrs. Cheney, being a member of the editorial board of Pierian Press, will not...
Reference books for use by children and older youth and their librarians, media specialists, teachers, and sometimes by parents, are often quite different in type, scope and appearance than those works which are consistently used by adults as reference books.
The term medical will be interpreted broadly to include both basic and clinical sciences, related health fields, and some medical elements of biology and chemistry. A reference book is here defined as any book that is likely to be consulted for factual information more frequently than it will be...
It gives me much pleasure to acquaint the readers of RSR with some important reference materials that have appeared in Australia, New Zealand and neighbouring countries. Prices are quoted in the currency of the country of publication.
The following classified, annotated list of titles is intended to provide reference librarians with a current checklist of new reference books, and is designed to supplement the RSR review column, Recent Reference Books, by Frances Neel Cheney. Reference Books in Print includes all additional...
1. British Scientific Documentation Services. London, The British Council, 1974. 72p.Ll. This is a selective list of secondary services produced by all types of organisations, such as, publishers, information centres and research associations, in the broad fields of science and technology....
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