2 edition of Experimental use of online terminals in public libraries, phase 2, Scotland found in the catalog.
Experimental use of online terminals in public libraries, phase 2, Scotland
|Statement||Norma Armstrong and Ronald Davies.|
|Series||BL R & D report -- 5683, British Library research and development reports -- no.5683.|
|Contributions||Davies, Ronald, 1949-, Edinburgh City Libraries.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
Public Libraries (Scotland) Act CHAPTER 27 3 and 4 Eliz 2. An Act to remove the limitations imposed by section one hundred and ninety-one of the Local Government (Scotland) Act , and by section fourteen of the Public Libraries Consolidation (Scotland) Act , on the annual expenditure and the power to borrow money of county and town councils for and in connection with public. libraries and books to try to destroy the culture of the people that were being suppressed. British Library A book on the British Library during World War II, The National Central Library: An Experiment in Library Cooperation, gives a history of the National.
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Public libraries have strangely never been the subject of an extensive design history. Consequently, this important and comprehensive book represents a ground-breaking socio-architectural study of pre public library buildings. This is a selection of items from the National Library of Scotland, which is an information treasure trove of Scotland's knowledge, history and culture, with millions .
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Aberdeen University, Aberdeen, pp. Anderson, F.D. (a), “Putting students into the pic- Gillespie, R. (), “The experimental use of on-line ture”, Education for Information, Vol. 11 No. 4, terminals in public libraries. Phase 2 (Scotland)”, December, pp. ﬁnal report October September Public libraries in the U K currently provide Internet access thro terminals (CIP FA, ) offering a potent hours of usage of the People’s Network PCs (of which, 35, hours.
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