Gay and Lesbian Library Service

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Cal Gough, Ellen Greenblatt
McFarland, 1990 - Social Science - 355 pages
Sixteen main chapters: Key issues in collection development; school, academic and public libraries; special collections and archives; LC subject heads, bibliographic control; patron services, library exhibits; reference works, periodicals, censorship, AIDS information; library service bibliography. And 16 appendices: core collection, checklist of bibliographies, filmography, discography, gay/lesbian plays, list of famous gays, evaluating YA material; directories of publishers, bookstores, special collections, professional groups; a library use guide, bibliography of AIDS bibliographies, AIDS filmography, ALA policy documents.

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Contents

Key Issues in the Collecting of GayLesbian Library
3
Gay and Lesbian Issues for School Libraries
11
Collecting Gay and Lesbian Materials in an Academic
25
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Cal Gough is a reference librarian and science book selector at the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library. Ellen Greenblatt is the associate director for Scholarly Communication and Digital Initiatives at Auraria Library at the University of Colorado in Denver. She has been active in LGBTIQ librarianship for a quarter century and also teaches an online graduate course on "LGBTIQ Resources and Issues" at the San Jose State University School of Library and Information Science.

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