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Title:Libraries and neighborhood information centers; papers presented at an institute conducted by the University of Illinois Graduate School of Library Science, October 24-27, 1971
Contributor(s):Kronus, Carol L.; Crowe, Linda
Subject(s):Libraries and community --Congresses
Social service --Information services --Congresses
Reference services (Libraries) --Congresses
Community information services --Congresses
Abstract:The public library in the past few years has been looking for innovative approaches to inner-city service. Traditional library service is no longer adequate for serving the urban people. When librarians finally realized this they began searching for new approaches and ideas. Neighborhood information centers, envisioned as expanded reference services, are now beginning or under consideration in several urban libraries. With the foregoing thoughts in mind, a conference on library -based neighborhood information centers was considered. It seemed both logical and expedient to have a forum where librarians could explore the concept and ramifications of this service before libraries jumped wholesale into its establishment. A parochial approach involving libraries alone was rejected. Only by exploring the broadest parameters of the topic could librarians begin to get perspective on their situation.
Issue Date:1971
Publisher:Graduate School of Library Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Series/Report:Allerton Park Institute (17th : 1971)
Genre:Conference Proceeding (whole)
Rights Information:Copyright owned by Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois. 1971.
Date Available in IDEALS:2007-07-17
OCLC Identifier:(OCoLC)ocm00600355

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