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Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology
Our expertise is grounded in academic excellence and real-life experience. Recognized nationally and internationally, we're Saskatchewan's primary public institution for skills training and technical education. Through p...
Grassroots Archives: Preservation as subversion?
Ulli Diemer of Connexions, a social justice library and archive - www.connexions.org - discusses problems facing grassroots archives at a talk sponsored by the Humanist Association of Toronto (HAT).
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The Oxford Guide to Library Research - Review
An excellent guide to doing research, explaining research methods and strategies and their strengths and weaknesses of. See review in Sources Select Resources.
The Peloponnesian War and the Future of Reference, Cataloging, and Scholarship in Research Libraries
An examination of the overall principles and practices of both reference service and cataloging operations in the promotion of scholarly research, pointing out important differences not just in conten...
What is Distinctive about the Library of Congress In Both its Collections and its Means of Access to Them
And The Reasons LC Needs to Maintain Classified Shelving of Books Onsite, And A Way to Deal Effectively with the Problem of “Books on the Fl
The Library cannot solve its space problems by adoption of a “digital strategy”
without seriously damaging our larger mission to promote scholarship of unusual scope and
depth. If the Library’s own ...
What is Going on at the Library of Congress?
What is going on at the Library of Congress? Several recent decisions by the current LC
administration have produced firestorms of protest, both inside and outside the Library, that LC is abdicating ...
Will Google’s Keyword Searching Eliminate the Need for LC Cataloging and Classification?
Google Print does not "change everything" regarding the need for professional cataloging and classification of books; its limitations make cataloging and classification even more important to research...
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