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  • Author:
    James G. Olle
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    0851572715
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    Clive Bingley (January 1, 1979)
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    128 pages
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A Guide to Sources of Information in Libraries (Grafton Book). Library history, (An Examination guidebook).

A Guide to Sources of Information in Libraries (Grafton Book). James Gordon Herbert Ollé‏.

Library History book. Library History (Outlines of modern librarianship). 0851572715 (ISBN13: 9780851572710).

The thirty-six articles collected in Library Daylight span forty-eight years in the brief history of modern librarianship, outlining a vibrant period in the development of an emerging profession.

Library Daylight is an eclectic collection of 36 articles about libraries and librarianship published between 1874 .

Library Daylight is an eclectic collection of 36 articles about libraries and librarianship published between 1874 and 1922.

Modern Librarianship The beginnings of modern librarianship in East Asia dates back to the nineteenth century. As Western European, Russian, Japanese and American cultural influences were introduced, new institutions, values, and techniques were gradually instituted. By presenting a history of modern librarianship in East Asia, China and Japan in the north and Singapore, and Malaysia in the south, we see the professions historical interaction with forces outside the library.

Bibliotheca and Libraria-what do these words signify? The Kings of old had Libraries, especially those of Egypt. HE word bibliotheca is used to signify any one of three things: a place in which books are kept, a bookcase, or books themselves

Bibliotheca and Libraria-what do these words signify? The Kings of old had Libraries, especially those of Egypt. HE word bibliotheca is used to signify any one of three things: a place in which books are kept, a bookcase, or books themselves. The Greek word, bibliotheca, came into use among the Romans. They also used the word libraria; but it is more exact to understand by that word a shop where books are kept for sale

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Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind by Herbert George Wells.

A non-technical survey of librarianship for the non-professional

A non-technical survey of librarianship for the non-professional. This book is aimed at students of the City and Guilds of London Institute Library Assistant"s Certificate, the Business and Technology Education Council"s National Certificate option module on Library Work, and also for managers in charge of in-service training and induction programmes, and those needing an overview of library activities, such as teachers in charge of school libraries. Power, Politics, and Print: The Publication of the British Museum Catalogue, 1881-1900 EAN 9780851573427.

Library history is a subdiscipline within library science and library and information science focusing on the history of libraries and their role in societies and cultures. Some see the field as a subset of information history Library history is an academic discipline and should not be confused with its object of study (history of libraries): the discipline is much younger than the libraries it studies.