3 edition of A Library Primer found in the catalog.
December 30, 2005 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||168|
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Brenda Vogel’s The Prison Library Primer: A Program for the Twenty-First Century is a well-organized, thorough, and practical guide to administering libraries in correctional facilities. Vogel, a veteran librarian with more than twenty-five years of first-hand experience as the coordinator for the Maryland Correctional Education Libraries Cited by: 6.
Quotes from A Library Primer “The public library is a center of public happiness A Library Primer book, of public education next.” — 9 likes “That the public library is a part of the educational system should never be A Library Primer book sight of in the work of establishing it, or in its management/5.
Very good book, bearing in mind it is a primer. If you are at all a bit uncertain about maths, get this book and it will help you out with lots of clearly explained chapters. Well worth having around. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful.
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PREFACE. A library primer was published in the first six numbers of Public Libraries in It was quite largely made up of extracts from an article by Dr W.
Poole on The organization and management of public libraries, which formed part of the report on Public libraries in the U. S., published by the U. Bureau of education in ; from W. Fletcher's Public libraries in. Mobile computing is rapidly becoming an important part of everyday life. With a user-centered, practical emphasis geared to the non-technical librarian, The Anywhere Library: A Primer for the Mobile Web approaches the creation of a mobile-optimized library Web site as a process rather than simply as a product.
The authors guide readers through the process of mobile Web .