2 edition of Academic librarianship in the international milieu found in the catalog.
Academic librarianship in the international milieu
Conference for Academic Librarians (1967 Kansas State University)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Kansas State University. Library.|
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Canadian Journal of Academic Librarianship. Humanities and Social Sciences. Focus and Scope The Canadian Journal of Academic Librarianship / Revue canadienne de bibliothéconomie universitaire (CJAL/Rcbu) is a bilingual, open access journal published by CAPAL/ACBES. Since , the For more information. Dalhousie French Studies. Literary. The International Symposium deliberates to concentrate library and information science professionals, academicians and educationalists in the field of library and information science to generate a milieu to confer the requisite to transmute the libraries, roles being played by the library professionals in innovating the libraries and to discourse the trials being faced by libraries in.
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Conference for Academic Librarianship in the International Milieu, Kansas State University, Manhattan (). Academic librarianship in the international milieu. Manhattan, Kansas State University Library, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kansas State University.
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