Archives and Library Administration: Divergent Traditions and Common Concerns

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Psychology Press, 1986 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 184 pages
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This informative volume focuses on the effective management of library archives, presenting perspectives and firsthand accounts from experienced and successful administrators in the field. The contributors examine the differences and similarities in the management of archives and other library/information centers, providing valuable insights into various managment styles, decisions, and planning techniques.

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