Libraries: Global Reach, Local Touch

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Kathleen de la Peņa McCook, Barbara J. Ford, Kate Lippincott
American Library Association, 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 256 pages
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Read this unique title and learn about the global reach -- how today's libraries, through the Internet, can reach into other communities and connect almost instantaneously to information resources around the world. Read about the local touch -- the human touch in the form of library professionals who are experts at locating, organizing, and evaluating information.

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