3 edition of Advances in Librarianship Volume 6 found in the catalog.
Advances in Librarianship Volume 6
July 19, 1976 by Academic Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Melvin J. Voigt (Editor), Michael H. Harris (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||312|
Tiny, far-flung villages populated by nomadic tribes, largely forgotten and neglected by the greater population of a more modern Africa, welcome the bookmobile and Fi with a combination of curiosity and wary distrust of Westerners' belief that the rest of the world needs guidance. And if there was any danger of running out of articles on the topic of the physical plant, the recent political and economic changes in Europe have stimulated a great deal of new construction as well as widespread rehabilitation of older buildings, thus giving this subject new and unexpected relevance. Sociological changes are affecting the libraries as well. Sittler and Terra J.
These can be up to forty pages in length, with each issue generally including the thesis Diplomarbeit of a recent library school graduate. The Bavarian libraries, themselves tightly organized under a central administration in Munich, are not known as team- players at the national level: the Bavarian State Library, for example, is the only major library in the country which has chosen until this year not to include its serial holdings in the national union list. Another factor in the under-appreciation of librarians is the shifts universities took, educating that the creation of knowledge is far more important than its dissemination. Bavaria, in the southeast, has a profound sense of its own historical identity and distinctive culture, and it carefully guards its special position within the Federal Republic.
A Discourse on the times.
African presence in early Asia
Death and the Keynesion multiplier
U.S. participation in the international energy program
Madison Avenue U.S.A.
Thank you for not reading
New Jersey/State Map
Coal Tar Creosote
Warwick the Kingmaker
Dick Seddons great dive
Applications of plastic materials in aerospace.
Falk, Amy Foster, To-morrow
Germany's "alternative" library journal, Laurentius, tends to be dismissed as a fringe publication by many librarians. Librarians began to compose reading guides for other librarians, establishing which books a library should buy, which books are most important.
Frankenberger, K. The Bavarian libraries, themselves tightly organized under a central administration in Munich, are not known as team- players at the national level: the Bavarian State Library, for example, is the only major library in the country which has chosen until this year not to include its serial holdings Advances in Librarianship Volume 6 book the national union list.
In the U. It is the most populous country in Europe, with the largest book production. So it is not entirely accurate Advances in Librarianship Volume 6 book say, as one German librarian put it, that the German journals are "left out of the loop.
Librarians have had to be retrained to use computers, to assemble all the data differently and the shifts are in constant flux as technological developments continue.
If you know of missing items citing this one, you can help us creating those links by adding the relevant references in the same way as above, for each refering item. It runs an active publishing program, including the national union serials list Zeitschriftendatenbank, or ZDBDOBI the previously mentioned German index to the literature of librarianship and a large number of monographs and journals, the newest being Klaus Schreiber's Informationsmittel fr Bibliotheken.
Jackson, Cindy Pierard, and Suzanne M. Abstracts in German, English and French precede the major articles, whose topics are broad in scope. Frequency of publication varies from monthly to three times a year, with approximately to pages per issue.
Other commercially published journals Given the broad coverage of the two large national journals with formal associational status, it is surprising that commercial publishers find there is still room for two more, but both Bibliothek: Forschung und Praxis and ABI- Technik have secured a very distinctive niche.
Consistent with its oppositional stance, it frequently carries articles on the former GDR, including a very personal and utterly absorbing account by Friedhilde Krause, the former director of the Deutsche Staatsbibliothek in east Berlin.
Aside from the length of its articles, its other hallmark is its section of abstracted reviews of foreign-language books, about 50 per issue, taken largely from British and American journals.
More services and features. The articles span the range of theoretical, historical and practical topics familiar to readers of U.
The ZfBB has a reputation for being stodgy, though its mixture of articles, reports, news features, official announcements, etc. Of course, the journals themselves are very much a part of the landscape of library politics, and so to raise the subject in the pages of the journals brings it uncomfortably close to home.
Klostermann, Prof. As in the U. I would like to thank Bas Guyt of Martinus Nijhoff International for his Advances in Librarianship Volume 6 book in establishing and maintaining Advances in Librarianship Volume 6 book grant that made this study possible; Joseph Zucca for his help in preparing the grant proposal; the following German librarians, editors and publishers for their time and the frank, enjoyable, and very helpful discussions: W.
Help us expand the list by adding your recommendations below! In recent years "Bibliothekspolitik" has been the subject of a number of articles in German library journals, perhaps appearing too irregularly to constititute an ongoing "debate," but nevertheless keeping the subject of library politics alive and in general consciousness.
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