Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science: Volume 9 - Fore-Edge Painting to Germany: Libraries and Information Centers in: Training of Documentalists and Information Officers at the Nonuniversity Level in the Federal Republic of Germany

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"The Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science provides an outstanding resource in 33 published volumes with 2 helpful indexes. This thorough reference set—written by 1300 eminent, international experts—offers librarians, information/computer scientists, bibliographers, documentalists, systems analysts, and students, convenient access to the techniques and tools of both library and information science. Impeccably researched, cross referenced, alphabetized by subject, and generously illustrated, the Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science integrates the essential theoretical and practical information accumulating in this rapidly growing field."

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Information and library science and communications, but also business, computer science, and oceanography are represented by contributors of the 21 studies. The topics include raising funds for an academic library, content-based access of image and video libraries, an electronic business framework, evaluating software systems, information overload, metadata and the World Wide Web, mobile semi- autonomous robots for urban search and rescue, progress in the technology of nautical charting, semantic patterns in bibliographically coupled documents, developing the World War II collection, and crafting communications policy in a competitive environment. There is no index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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"Fore-Edge Painting, Anne Skoog Forest Press, Inc., Richard B. Sealock Forgeries, Frauds, etc., Lawrence S. Thompson Format, Catalog; Franklin Book Programs, Jay E. Daily FORTRAN, James G. Williams France, Libraries in (Translated by Mildred S. Myers), Paule Salvan France, Library and Information Science, Current Issues in, Eric de Grolier Frankfurt Book Fair, Sigfred Taubert Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Joseph W. Marshall Franklin Institute Library, Emerson W. Hilker Franklin, Benjamin, William Z. Nasri Free Libraries, Sidney L. Jackson Free Library of Philadelphia, Keith Doms Friends of Libraries, Sarah L. Wallace Fugitive Materials, Ned A. Bowman Funding: Library Endowments in the United States, William V. Jackson G.E. 250 Information Searching Selector, Allen Kent Game Theory, Albert G. Holzman Garamond, Claude, James A. Dearden Genealogical Libraries and Collections, Gilbert H. Doane General Semantics, Charlotte S. Read Gennadi, Grigoriy Nikolaevich, Olga S. Akhmanova Geographical Codes, Karel J. Kansky Geographical Libraries and Map Collections, John A. Wolter Geographical Literature, Nora T. Corley Geological Libraries and Collections, Phyllis M. Briers Geological Libraries and Collections; Geological Literature, Anthony P. Harvey Geological Libraries and Collections; Geological Literature, Graham Lea Geological Literature, Judith A. Diment George Peabody College, School of Library Science, Edwin S. Gleaves The George Washington University, The Medical Center, Biological Sciences Communication Project, Rebecca R. Wise Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Information and Computer Science, Vladimir Slamecka Georgia Library Association, David E. Estes German Union Catalogs, Robert D. Stueart Germany, Libraries and Information Centers in: A Historical Survey of German Library Development up to the Present Time (Translated by Marie-Luise Stueart); Germany, Libraries and Information Centers in: The German Library System of the Present—-Federal Republic of Germany (Translated by Marie-Luise Stueart), Hermann Fuchs Germany, Libraries and Information Centers in: A Historical Survey of German Library Development up to the Present Time, Supplements (Translated by Marie-Luise Stueart); Germany, Libraries and Information Centers in: The German Library System of the Present—-Federal Republic of Germany, Supplement (Translated by Marie-Luise Stueart), H. Franz Hodes Germany, Libraries and Information Centers in: Cooperative Responsibilities and Ventures of Academic Libraries in the Federal Republic of Germany (Translated by Marie-Luise Stueart); Germany, Libraries and Information Centers in: German Research Society (Translated by Marie-Luise Stueart), Dieter Oertel Germany, Libraries and Information Centers in: Federal Republic of Germany—-The Public Libraries (Translated by Marie-Luise Stueart), Horst Ernestus Germany, Libraries and Information Centers in: German Society for Documentation (Translated by Marie-Luise Stueart, Helmot Arntz Germany, Libraries and Information Centers in: Introduction; Germany, Libraries and Information Centers in: Training in Information Science and Documentation in the Federal Republic of Germany, E. H. Erich Pietsch Germany, Libraries and Information Centers in: Libraries in the Democratic Republic of Germany (Translated by Marie-Luise Stueart), Karl Schubarth-Engelschall Germany, Libraries and Information Centers in: The Gmelin Institute (Translated by Mari-Luise Stueart), Karl-Christian Buschbeck Germany, Libraries and Information Centers in: Training of Documentalists and Information Officers at the Nonuniversity Level in the Federal Republic of Germany, Clara E. Müller "

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