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ERIC Number: ED050734
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-May
Pages: 63
Abstractor: N/A
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The Federal Library Committee.
Robisheaux, Judy
The history, goals, organization and achievements of the Federal Library Committee (FLC) are examined in this graduate paper. A brief initial section relates the history of the Committee from the first recognition of its necessity through its planning, official creation and establishment of responsibilities, organization and funding. The body of the report seeks to describe the scope and achievements of the Committee by examining the projects of each of the ten individual task forces which compose its working structure: Acquisition of Library Materials, and Correlation of Federal Library Resources; Automation and Other Cooperative Services; Procurement of Library Materials; Public Relations; Role of Libraries in Information Systems; Recruiting of Personnel in Federal Libraries; Education; Physical Facilities; Inter-Library Loans; and Federal Libraries and Standards for Federal Library Service. The achievements of work groups outside the task force structure are also briefly summarized. The report concludes with a summary of major areas of concern of the FLC as a whole during the year 1970 and a prediction of possible directions of development in the future. (JN)
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Identifiers: Federal Library Committee; Library Committees
Note: Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Library Science in the Graduate School of the Texas Woman's University, School of Library Science