Mark Hopkins' log : and other essays / Selected by John David Marshall.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Shores, Louis, 1904-1981.
Format: Book
Published: Hamden, Conn. : Shoe String Press, 1965.
Table of Contents:
  • Books: Continuous Communicability
  • How to Find Time to Read
  • To Be Truly Informed
  • Return to Reading
  • A Profession of Faith
  • The Next Generation
  • The Importance of Library History
  • A Proposal for the Pyramidal Reorganization of the A.L.A.
  • If I Were a British Librarian
  • Qualifications of Personnel: Training and Certification
  • Library Literature
  • A Frame of Reference
  • The Practice of Reference
  • British Reference
  • The Measure of Reference
  • Reference Becomes Learning: The Fourth "R"
  • The Future of Reference in American Society
  • The Half of Knowledge
  • The Other Half
  • Patterns in American Reference Books
  • Subscription Books and Library Reviews
  • The Ideal Encyclopedia
  • Noah Webster's Dictionary
  • The National Union Catalog of the United States
  • The Education of an American Librarian
  • Prologue to a National Plan
  • Education for Armed Forces Librarianship
  • Portrait of a Library School: Florida State University
  • What is Right With Library Education
  • The College of Library Art, 1984
  • Audio-Visual Dimensions for an Academic Library
  • Library and AV Center
  • Combined or Separate?
  • Enter the Materials Center
  • Portrait of a Materials Center
  • Mark Hopkins' Log
  • The School and the Book
  • Library Logistics in Ideological Warfare
  • The Essence of Learning
  • The Library in General Education
  • The Library Arts College: A Possibility in 1954?
  • The Undergraduate and His Library
  • Library-Trained Teachers
  • Library Logistics in Teacher Education
  • School Library 21.