ERIC Number: ED041597
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969
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Proceedings of the Institute for Advanced Study in Librarianship on the Concept of Systems of Libraries with Special Application to Louisiana...Oct 26-31, 1969.
Kleiner, Jane P., Ed.
The objectives of the institute were: (1) to explore in general the concept of library systems and study in depth its application in a number and variety of programs; (2) to consider how the systems concept can be embodied in future plans for library development in Louisiana and provide opportunities for participants from other states to become more acquainted with the systems concept for applications in their own states and (3) to identify and develop plans for improving library, media and information programs of Louisiana through library systems for interlibrary cooperation and to establish priorities and coordinate efforts through statewide planning. Papers given include: (1) Black Gold Cooperative Library System (California), (2) Library Systems Services to Youth, (3) Academic Library Cooperation, (4) The Academic Library in Relation to the System, (5) A Louisiana Library System: focus on funding, and (6) A Louisiana Library System: focus on the user. These are followed by: a designation of library systems, group discussions by proposed systems, reports from type of library study groups, implications of the institute for statewide library development, a list of the institute primary resources and the institute personnel. Space limitations require these proceedings to present only a summarized version of the activities. (NH)
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Authoring Institution: Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge. Library School.
Identifiers - Location: Louisiana