Co-operation in Action: Collaborative Initiatives in the World of Information
Stella Pilling, Stephanie Kenna
Facet, Jan 1, 2002 - Political Science - 174 pages
There is a growing awareness within the library and informtion sector that organizations need to co-operate in order to make the most of their services and resources. Collaboration is becoming increasingly important in areas such as collection development, access, preservation and records management, and it has a crucial role to play in support of lifelong learning and in underpinning the move towards increased social inclusion and economic regeneration.
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