ERIC Number: ED359323
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991
Reference Count: N/A
[Adult and Continuing Education Collections at Syracuse University.]
Syracuse University Library Associates Courier, v26 n2 Fall 1991
This issue of the biannual "Syracuse University Library Associate Courier" is devoted to covering the world famous collections of adult and continuing education materials held by the Syracuse University Library. It contains five articles: "Laubach in India: 1935-1970" (S. Y. Shah) describes missionary and founder of Laubach Literacy International Frank Laubach's fight against illiteracy in India. "The Portfolio Club: A Refuge of Friendship and Learning" (Constance Carroll) describes a Syracuse University women's reading club that began in 1875. "Omnibus: Precursor of Modern Television" describes the development of that 1950 series and its attempts to set high standards. "The Adult and Continuing Education Collections at Syracuse University" (Terrance Keenan) provides a history and description of these major collections. "The E. S. Bird Library Reconfiguration Project" (Carol Parke) describes recent changes made in the Syracuse Library that has provided such a supportive environment for the Adult and Continuing Education Collections. (CML)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Reading Programs, Continuing Education, Educational History, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Librarians, Libraries, Library Collection Development, Library Role, Literacy Education, Television
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Historical Materials; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Syracuse Univ., NY. Library.
Identifiers - Location: India