Advances in Library Administration and Organization: 1999
Delmus E. Williams, Edward D. Garten
Elsevier Science Limited, Nov 1, 1999 - Education - 363 pages
Intended for librarians and library managers in academic institutions, this series aims to cover advances in library administration and organization. The collected articles draw upon practical situations to illustrate administrative principles.
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CRITICAL FACTORS FOR COLLABORATION IN
SALARIES OF ACADEMIC LIBRARIANS IN
AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO PROVIDING LIBRARY
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