Library Journal

Library Journal

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ISBN: IND:30000085253445

Category: Libraries

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Library Journal

Library Journal

Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.

Author: Melvil Dewey

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ISBN: PRNC:32101076205010

Category: Libraries

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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.
Categories: Libraries

A Booksellers s Library and how to Use it

A Booksellers s Library and how to Use it

205 . per annum ; single numbers , 25 . PublicATION OFFICE , FRANKLIN SQ . (
330 Pearl St . ) , N . Y . " The larger libraries , of course , all subscribe for the
Library Journal , I cannot see how any small library can do without it . I am
receiving a ...

Author: Adolf Growoll

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015033656649

Category: Bibliographical literature

Page: 72

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Journal Holdings Report

Journal Holdings Report

Environmental Protection Agency 1989 Journal Listing ( 01569692 ) ELA 0010 (
1979 ) - 0015 ( 1984 ) Letters in applied ... 1 1984 - presents EKB v.1 1984 -
present Library hitech SEE : Library hi toch Library Journal Bowker New York ,
1976 ...

Author: United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Information Management and Services Division

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ISBN: OSU:32435023492234

Category: Environmental protection

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Categories: Environmental protection

Better Library Design

Better Library Design

This is a colorful, high content survey of dynamic library building projects completed in the last five years, in both public and academic settings.

Author: Rebecca T. Miller

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781442239616

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 170

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Few librarians build more than one library in their careers and renovating or building a whole new library is a very expensive investment. Thus, new or refurbished structures need to be fresh and up to date. While some librarians have the means to visit exemplary buildings as they develop their own library’s master plan, most library leaders and stakeholders won’t actually see the full range of potential projects. Hence, this unique book is both a resource and a brainstorm prompt. It helps library leaders and key stakeholders surface the ideal programmatic aspects that drive exciting design, and offer recent design solutions that have been effectively implemented. Better Library Design: Ideas from Library Journal identifies and celebrates the top trends in library design, capturing current state and provides an authoritative overview for those planning their own projects. This is a colorful, high content survey of dynamic library building projects completed in the last five years, in both public and academic settings. Anchored by Library Journal’s New Landmark Libraries competition, here is the nation’s best examples of innovative, functional, appealing design --- all in glorious full-color so you’ll be both inspired and informed as you make important design choices.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Bulletin

Bulletin

Evaluation of secondary schools : general report . Washington , Cooperative
Study of Secondary School Standards , 1939 . 526 p . Cost accounting in libraries
. Library journal , 64 : 511 , June 15 , 1939 . Cost evaluation study . Library
journal ...

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ISBN: MINN:31951000864368R

Category: Education

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The Public Library Journal

The Public Library Journal

Author: Cardiff (Wales). Free Libraries

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ISBN: CHI:098553877

Category: Libraries

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Wisconsin Library Bulletin

Wisconsin Library Bulletin

fall , a we In the Library Journal for September 1 , 1923 , one reads , " A hospital
exhibit prepared by the American Library Association was an interesting feature
of the American Medical Association's recent convention in San Francisco .

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ISBN: UCAL:B2921160

Category: Libraries

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Survey of Academic Research Library Journal Purchasing Practices

Survey of Academic   Research Library Journal Purchasing Practices

46 TABLE 2.2: MEAN, MEDIAN, MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM AMOUNT SPENT BY
LIBRARY ON SCHOLARLY, SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS:
PRINT-EDITION ONLY ACCESS TO JOURNALS, BROKEN OUT BY U.S. AND ...

Author: Primary Research Group Staff

Publisher: Primary Research Group Inc

ISBN: 9781574401080

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 177

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). The study presents data about the journals acquisitions and management practices of an international sample of academic and research libraries. The study reports on a broad range of issues, including: spending trends, use of print vs. electronic access, purchases in “bundles”, purchases through consortia, the role of subscription agents, use and plans for use of open access, attitudes towards the pricing practices of a range of major journal publishers, sources of funding for journal purchases and relations with academic and administrative departments of library parent organizations, and the practical management of the journal acquisition process, among other issues. Just a few of the report's many findings are that: • The libraries in the sample acquired a mean of more than 46% of their journal subscriptions in bundles of more then 50 titles.• The libraries in sample canceled a mean of 53 journal titles in the past year.• Mean spending on print edition only subscriptions was $130,721, less than a sixth of total spending.• About a quarter of the libraries in the sample believe that open access has already slowed the increase in journal prices.• 15.56% of the libraries in the sample have paid a publication fee on behalf of an author from their institution.• For 42.22% of the libraries in the sample, all new subscriptions to journals include electronic access.• More than 64% of the libraries in the sample keep track of their various journal subscriptions through use of a commercial software product. • In general, subscription agents seem to enjoy a relatively high level of customer satisfaction. On the issue of timeliness of service, none of the libraries in the sample said that they were highly dissatisfied with their subscription agent and only 2.22% said that they were dissatisfied.• Non-academic research libraries have done more than their academic counterparts to make sure that contracts renew at the same time. Smaller institutions, those with journal budgets of less than $100,000 per year, were less likely to make such efforts than libraries with higher budgets.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines