Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science: Volume 45 - Supplement 10: Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, Second Edition to Vocabularies for Online Subject Searching

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Allen Kent
CRC Press, Sep 26, 1989 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 432 pages
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Contents

BOOK NUMBER AND CALL NUMBER Mohinde Panap Satija
18
COLOMBIA NATIONAL LIBRARY OF Anabel Torres
46
COMPUTER OUTPUT DEVICES David Bawden
64
DESIGN OF CONTROLLED VOCABULARIES Elaine Svenonius
82
EDUCATION OF BLACK LIBRARIANS Rosemary Ruhig Du Mont
109
EGYPT THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF Olfat AbdulReheim
125
INFORMATION ACQUISITION WITH MACHINE TRANSLATION
139
KENYA LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES IN Joseph B Ojiambo
198
NEGLIGENCE LAW FOR LIBRARIES Carol B Alfred
267
OCLC EUROPEA STATUS REPORT David Buckle
288
PERFORMANCE MEASURES FOR ACADEMIC LIBRARIES Don H Revill
294
RELATIONAL DATABASES TerrenceA Brooks
333
SPECIALIZATION IN THE EDUCATION OF INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS
339
TRANSBORDER DATA FLOW Roddy Duchesne and Anna Lehn
360
USER SURVEYS Stanley M Verhoeven
373
VOCABULARIES FOR ONLINE SUBJECT SEARCHING Anne B Piiernick
399

LITIGATION SUPPORT Lawrence II Berul
222
LS2000 JoanS Mitchell Nancy H Evans andMelanieD Myers
241
A MODULAR CURRICULUM IN INFORMATION STUDIES J Andrew Large
253
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About the author (1989)

Allen Kent is the pen name of Kent A. Farnsworth to distinguish his novels from his academic writing. Kent was born in Walter Reed Hospital in Washington DC, but has lived west of the Mississippi since his family moved to California when he was less than a year old. Four years of his life were spent in Iran and England, and he has traveled extensively in Europe, the Middle East and Southeast Asia - experiences that are reflected in both his fiction and non-fiction work. His career experiences include five years as a pilot in the U.S. Air Force, employment with one of the nation's leading semi-conductor industries, presidency of a community college, and a university professorship. In addition to his writing, he now works as a consultant/coach for a number of colleges across the United States. He and his wife Holly are avid travelers, gardeners, and conservationists, and live in an eco-friendly home in rural southwest Missouri.

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