The Library of the 21st Century

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Long River Press, 2005 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 287 pages
This work is divided into two parts. The first is based on the author's New Perspectives on the Library of the 21st Century. The second consists of three articles on library development in China and Shanghai specifically.
 

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Contents

Part
5
From BookOriented to UserOriented
15
From Backroom ProductionCentered
39
From One Size Fits All to Tailored Service
66
Covering All Forms of Media
96
Connecting to the Networked Library
119
Reaching Out to the Community
143
Chapter Seven The Library as a Center for Lifelong
180
Chapter Eight The Library as a Center
208
Part II
223
Chapter Nine The Development of Public Libraries in China
235
Chapter Ten The Development of Academic Libraries
243
The Shanghai
259
Main Sources
273
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