Introduction to library public services

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Libraries Unlimited, 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 500 pages
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Emphasizing the enormous changes wrought by technology, this essential text offers a solid, broadly based view of library public service and its functions. Chapters are arranged by type of service--reference services and sources, bibliographic instruction, interlibrary loan, circulation, reserve services, special collections, serials, media services, government documents, and security issues.

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Contents

2REFERENCE SERVICES continued
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12SECURITY ISSUES continued
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2REFERENCE SERVICES
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About the author (1999)

G. EDWARD EVANS, renowned Fulbright scholar and sought-after international consultant, is University Librarian and Adjunct Professor at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California.

ANTHONY J. AMODEO is Associate Reference Librarian and Coordinator of Instruction at the same institution.