Academic Libraries by the Year 2000: Essays Honoring Jerrold Orne
R. R. Bowker Company, 1977 - Academic libraries - 205 pages
Jerrold Orne: a biography; What lies ahead for academic libraries; The impact of instructional technology on the future of academic librarianship; This teaching/learning thing: librarians as educators; The effect of the revolution of 1969-1970 on University Library Administration; Operations research and the academic library; Personnel needs for librarianship's uncertain future; Women and employment in academic librarianship; Education of future academic librarians; Collection development for the university and large research library: more and more versus less and less; Changes that will affect college library collection development; Bibliographic standards and the evolving national library network; Libraries and the new technology: toward a nationalbibliographic data base; Publications of Jerrold Orne.
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WHAT LIES AHEAD FOR ACADEMIC LIBRARIES?
THE IMPACT OF INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY
THE EFFECT OF THE REVOLUTION OF 19691970
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