Organizational structure of libraries

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Scarecrow Press, Nov 14, 1996 - Education - 313 pages
An excellent career resource for library administrators and a useful text to prepare future administrators for the tumultuous changes they will face as their libraries move toward the twenty-first century. Discusses the modification and transformation of the goals, purposes, and functions of libraries.

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