Exemplary Public Libraries: Lessons in Leadership, Management, and Service

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Libraries Unlimited, 2004 - Business & Economics - 226 pages
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Libraries are not what they used to be. Instead of serving as hallowed repositories that controlled the flow of information, they are now expected to involve patrons in the process of informing themselves. Greiner (library science, U. of Southern Mississippi) examines ten exemplary libraries in the US and Great Britain to find the practicalities of

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This book is one of the worst that I have read in a long time. Much of it is undigested transcripts of apparently unstructured interviews conducted in some cases by phone or e-mail or at library ... Read full review

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