A stimulating and informative appraisal of the international librarianship scene and the reference service function. Experts discuss how international reference services can be improved to facilitate true exchange of information around the world. They look squarely at problems and provide answers to a host of pertinent questions, such as information counseling and policies, reference services and global awareness, integrating a central reference international studies program, and more.Another unit, Programme Index, can provide a list of BBC Radio and Television programmes dealing with (e.g.) drug ... a Records Management Centre providing low cost bulk storage of non-current materials, a Written Archives Centre foranbsp;...
|Title||:||International Aspects of Reference and Information Services|
|Author||:||William A. Katz, Ruth A. Fraley|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 1987|