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ERIC Number: ED050758
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 121
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Reference Count: 0
Library Lectures Numbers Nine Through Sixteen, November 1967 - April 1970.
Wire, Caroline, Ed.
The papers in this lecture series are: "Meeting National and International Library Needs" which describes the work of the National Agricultural Library; "The Library and the Collector: The Newberry Library" which relates the history of and the contributions to the library and concludes that entrepreneurship and hard work are required for intelligent book collection; "Undergraduate Libraries in Large Universities: Basic Policy Questions and Problems" which outlines topics of concern to these libraries; "Compiling and Publishing Reference Books" which states the individual, the group and the compiler-publisher all have an important place in the production of reference books; "U.S. Office of Education's Long-Range Plans for College and University Library Development" which describes new Federal patterns for these plans; "Rare Books - What and Why" which presents guidelines for rare book selection; "The University Library and Social Change" which discusses the need for greater response to the impact of social change; and "The Phantom of the Library: The Creative Subject Specialist" which describes cures for some library ailments. (An earlier document in this series is LI 001 333.) (AB)
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Authoring Institution: Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge. Library.
Identifiers: National Agricultural Library DC; Newberry Library IL; Rare Books