ERIC Number: ED326220
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1988-Sep
Reference Count: N/A
IFLA General Conference 1988. Division of Special Libraries. Section on Science and Technology Libraries; Section on Art Libraries; Section on Social Science Libraries; Section on Geography and Map Libraries; Division of Contributed Papers.
International Federation of Library Associations, The Hague (Netherlands).
The 23 papers in this collection include papers on special libraries and miscellaneous contributed papers: (1) "Networking Potentialities and Limitations--Special Library Networks in Socialist Countries--An Overview, and the Main Ways of Perestroika in the Work of Scientific and Technical Libraries at the Present Stage" (D. Schmidmaier & I. Eenmaa); (2) "Networking Potentialities and Limitations--Achievements, Potentialities and Limitations for Library Networking in Europe and North America" (R. Brown); (3) "Networking Potentialities and Limitations in Developing Countries" (C. Lupovici); (4) "The New Trend To Share the Research Materials and Information among National Art Museum Libraries in Japan" (T. Mizutani); (5) "The Art and Architecture Program Committee on the Research Libraries Group" (N. Allen); (6) "MEXICOARTE: A Database, Another Alternative To Study the Art of Mexico" (E. Blasquez); (7) "Automation and Academic Library Structures" (abbreviated version, M. Von Cotta-Schonberg); (8) "The Convergence of Management Attention upon Information: Lessons for Librarianship" (M. Broadbent, & M. Koenig); (9) "Promoting Maps to the Australian Public--Nationwide Map Week" (D. Prescott); (10) "Automated Map Retrieval" (P. Ochman); (11) "Will Your Library Be the Spatial Data Information Center of the Future?" (G. North); (12) "The Importance of Publications from Developing Countries and the Implications for Libraries in Industralized Countries" (E. Seusing); (13) "Supporting the Utility of Retrieval Results" (H. Millonig); (14) "Standards in Patent Office Publications--An Example for the Easier Acquiring of Technical-Scienfic Information" (E. Derday); (15) "Newspaper as a Tool in Educational Research in Nigeria" (L. Aina); (16) "Bibliographic Control of Literature in Research Disciplines in Kenya" (J. Otike); (17) "Literature Data Banks for Institutional Libraries: A Critical Comparison between Conventional Information Media and the Possibilities Offered by EDP-Supported Legal Information Systems in Europe" (G. Kruse); (18) "Health Library Coopreation in Europe: A First Resport" (M. Walckiers); (19) "The Development of a Maori Health Knowledge Base" (G. Prestidge); (20) "The Newspaper in the Community: The 'Age' Information Service as a Supplier of Community and Business Information" (P. Lovell); (21) "Living Together with Microcomputers and Computer Readable Materials in Libraries" (P. Jacso); (22) "Access to Agricultural Information by the Rural Women in Uganda: Present Structure, Problems, and Hopes for the Future" (o. Mutibwa); and (23) "Online Information Services and the Information Needs of the School Community" (L. Clyde). (CGD)
Descriptors: Academic Libraries, Access to Information, Agriculture, Cataloging, Developed Nations, Developing Nations, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Information Retrieval, Information Technology, Library Automation, Library Networks, Library Role, Library Science, Newspapers, Online Systems, School Libraries, Special Libraries
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Federation of Library Associations, The Hague (Netherlands).