A library is a means of access to information, ideas and works of imagination for the society and all other fields. Libraries take many physical forms, ranging from large purpose-built buildings, to rooms in parent institutions, and small temporary structures. Library and information services are key actors in providing unhindered access to essential resources for economic and cultural advance. This book highlights the aims that bring together works related to the changing role of the library as a social institution in the emerging information society.
Print ISBN: 9781682502495 | $ 160 | 2016 | Hardcover
Contributors: Bharat Mehra, Adrienne Dessel et al