To know a library : essays and annual reports, 1970-1976 / Daniel Gore.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Gore, Daniel, 1930-1994.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1978.
Series:New directions in librarianship ; no. 1.
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Table of Contents:
  • In hot pursuit of FASTCAT
  • Books versus janitors, or where do you want to spend library funds in the twenty-first century?
  • Adopting an approval plan for a college library : the Macalester College experience
  • Sawing off the horns of a dilemma, or how to cut subscription lists and expand access to journal literature
  • The destruction of the book by oversewn binding and how to prevent it
  • Let them eat cake while reading catalog cards : an essay on the availability problem
  • The view from the Tower of Babel
  • Things your boss never told you about library management
  • Going out of bibliographical control : a theory of library organization based on human principles
  • The mischief in measurement : a caveat on the hazards of using faulty instruments to measure library performance
  • Annual report of the library 1970/71
  • Annual report of the library 1971/72
  • Annual report of the library 1972/73
  • Annual report of the library 1973/74
  • Annual report of the library 1974/75
  • Annual report of the library 1975/76.
  • Annual report of the library 1973/74
  • Annual report of the library 1974/75
  • Annual report of the library 1975/76.