An edition of Informing communities

Informing communities

the role of libraries and information services

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CSG Publishing
Language
English
Pages
313

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Table of Contents

Introduction. Andrew Green Page 11
1. Community information / Bob Usherwood Page 17
2. Freedom of access to information / Kevin Harris Page 41
3. Community information for people with disabilities / Carolyn Date Page 61
4. Equal opportunities / Beryl Morris Page 89
5. Women's rights / Pat Darter Page 107
6. Environmental issues / David Tozer Page 121
7. Health information / Sally Knight Page 155
8. Community arts / Paul Catcheside Page 181
9. Fiction services / Deborah Goodall and Margaret Kinnell Page 209
10. Inter-agency co-operation / Owen McDowell Page 231
11. Strategic management / John Davies Page 251
12. Staff development / Alan MacDougall Page 281
Conclusion. Past to future: the public library's changing role / Pat Coleman Page 297

Edition Notes

"Community Services Group of the Library Association".

Includes bibliographical references.

Published in
Newcastle

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313 p. :
Number of pages
313

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OL14737159M
ISBN 10
187318501

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