Access Versus Assets: A Comprehensive Guide to Resource Sharing for Academic Librarians
American Library Association, 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 399 pages
Explores a range of cost-effective and efficient approaches to providing students and faculty members with information that exists outside the local library. The book guides librarians in choosing between the available resource-sharing options and helps them to develop satisfactory programmes.
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