|Statement||compiled by William Prince, Linda Lester, James Ward for the Committee on Cooperation of the ALA Bibliographic Instruction Section.|
|Contributions||Prince, William, 1943-, Lester, Linda., Ward, James., American Library Association. Bibliographic Instruction Section. Committee on Cooperation.|
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Get this from a library! Library instruction clearinghouses: a directory, [Teresa B Mensching; Association of College and Research Libraries. Bibliographic Instruction Section.;] -- This fully revised new edition re-establishes Paul Griffiths's survey as the definitive study of music since the Second World War. The disruptions of the war, and the struggles of the ensuing peace. This guide lists directory information on the following library instruction resources: (1) national, regional, state, and specialized clearinghouses; (2) regional and state directories/handbooks of library Instruction programs; (3) national and state newsletters; (4) national, regional, state, and specialized columns/clearinghouse newsletters; and (5) clearinghouses reported defunct as of Author: Teresa B. Mensching. List of Library Instruction Clearinghouses, Directories and Newsletters. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, Compiled by William Prince, Linda Lester, and James Ward; Carolyn Dusenbury, committee chair. Mailing lists for the feminist presses will also keep you informed through brochures, 3 Women Library Workers Newsletter. ($/yr.) Women Library Workers, P.O. Box , Berkeley, CA SHARE: A Directory of Feminist Library Workers, same address. 3rd edn, $ 4 Women's Educational Equity Act Dissemination Center, c/o Educational.
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