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International and National Library and Information Services: A Review of Some Recent Developments 1970-80 is the second in a series that surveys developments in specific types of library and information services and subject fields over a period of 5 to 15 years, according to the nature of the topic. The survey is from the point of view of the role of national libraries in national and international library and information systems. Organized into 10 chapters, this book begins with a description of intergovernmental organizations; international library and information associations; and conference of directors of national libraries. Subsequent chapters discuss developments in this field of interest in the Americas, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North Africa, Asia, and Oceania. This book will be useful to public, school, and university libraries, and to schools of librarianship and information science.
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Some Recent International Developments
1 Intergovernmental Organizations
2 International Library and Information Associations
3 Conference of Directors of National Libraries
Some Recent National Library Developments
4 The Americas
5 Western Europe
6 Eastern Europe
7 North Africa: the Arab World
10 Summary and Conclusions
Appendix I. International Conference of Directors of National Libraries on Resource-Sharing in Asia and Oceania, Canberra, 1979: Resolutions
Appendix II. International Conference of Directors of National Libraries on Resource-Sharing in Asia and Oceania, Canberra, 1979: Role of National Libraries in National and International Systems: 1978 Questionnaire
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- © Pergamon 1982
- 1st January 1982
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