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Future shock for documents librarians can be pure bliss. Now that the Federal and private data banks and computers have recovered from their initial indigestion we begin to see improved second generation government publications tools well suited to information retrieval plus microformhard copy...
If the bibliographic apparatus is the measure of a discipline's maturity, anthropology has come of age. Anthropology now has at least one entry in nearly all of the standard library reference formats abstracts, annuals, atlases, dictionaryencyclopedia, directories to serials, biographical...
The word document in the title has been used to denote publications from our federal government, foreign governments and regional and international organizations. Most readers are aware of the section on comparative international economics, contained in the Statistical Abstract of the United...
In surveying the state of the art of reference materials for children and young adults in both school and public libraries, it is necessary to reaffirm certain givens about such a broad field. As in any other library, selection depends so much upon the clientele. A K 3 grade school would have...
This survey covers civil, electrical and electronics, energy, environment, general, materials, mechanical, and traffic and transportation engineering. Areas such as biomedical and chemical engineering will be dealt with in future issues. Readers may find that the classifications included in this...
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