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As many large, urban areas have struggled to maintain a questionable building or build a new public library, the federal city, Washington DC, is not without similar conflicts. Add a cast of characters of city level politicians; new land available and city owned blocks away; a sad, but realistic...
This paper reports the financial aspect of the 2002 National Association of Library and Information Science Educators (NALISE) - Nigerian library and information science educators' umbrella body. Conference financial difficulties encountered by the hosting department and how these difficulties...
All library construction or renovation projects are complete when contractors leave the site, staff and library users occupy the new space, and the accounts funding the project are expended and closed. Typically, additional necessary expenses after occupancy are borne by the library's operating...
In these days of shrinking budgets, libraries are ever more concerned with refinement and accountability in collection development. Evidence-based decisions are becoming the rule rather than the exception. However, there are a number of ways to measure the quality of user services. The immediate...
Everyone knows an outright gift when they see it: a one-time gift of cash, or a pledge, a permanent gift of manuscripts, or a gift of appreciated stock which is sold by the charity for cash proceeds; even the donation of a single book is an "outright" gift to the library. A planned gift is as...
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