Advances in Library Administration and Organization
Delmus E. Williams, Janine Golden
Emerald Group Publishing, Nov 1, 2010 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 293 pages
"The Advances in Library Administration and Organization Series" provides a body of research literature that contributes to the base of organizational theory upon which library administrators rely. Its mix of contributions to the literature of library administration and organization is both diverse and eclectic. This volume of the series covers a variety of topics relating to the management of academic, and public and school libraries.
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