New Perspectives for Reference Service in Academic Libraries

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Greenwood Press, 1978 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 351 pages
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Argues that successful and rewarding research can be conducted by students in academic libraries if they are informed of the inquiry characteristics of particular disciplines

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Contents

INTEGRATING CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION
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THE STRUCTURE OF SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE
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Figures
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Copyright

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RAYMOND G. McINNIS has appointments in the Library, History Department, and American Cultural Studies program at Western Washington University. He has published several books and articles dedicated to seeking ways to integrate classroom instruction and library research. He has served as a general editor for Greenwood Press in developing a ten-volume set of "concept dictionaries" in the humanities and social sciences.

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