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Do we really need libraries?

Joint Library Association/Cranfield Institute of Technology Conference on Performance Assessment (1st 1983)

Do we really need libraries?

proceedings of the First Joint Library Association Cranfield Institute of Technology Conference on Performance Assessment

by Joint Library Association/Cranfield Institute of Technology Conference on Performance Assessment (1st 1983)

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Published by Cranfield Press in Cranfield, Bedford, England, UK .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Libraries -- Evaluation.,
  • Libraries -- Great Britain -- Evaluation.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by John Blagden.
    ContributionsBlagden, John., Library Association., Cranfield Institute of Technology.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 148 p. :
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16566877M
    ISBN 10090293791X

    Dec 20,  · I am assuming you are asking specifically about the "reference section" of books, which includes things like dictionaries and encyclopedias, but which is usually non-circulating, meaning you can read these items in the library, but you can't check. Oct 20,  · There has been quite the uproar online the past week about two articles which discussed the issue of libraries actually throwing away books. First, festivous-ilonse.com wrote about the problem. Then, NPR responded and elaborated. Now, it’s our turn to show these news outlets and book lovers around the world how we are the solution.

    Oct 12,  · Imagine you're the manager of a library, and some accountant tells you that you need to get rid of , books, and do it in a week. You really have two options. 11 things really annoying people do in libraries. by Rachel Smith 05 April Do we really need to know that you want to renew Fifty Shades of Grey because it is just so great and you simply must read it again? No, we do not. Letting your kids be brats. What the library is: a great environment for kids and a sanity-saving measure slash.

    Mar 29,  · If we want people to engage with state run services, those on low incomes need to be able to access those services, and libraries facilitate access. They are also places to carry out research and complete homework assignments, especially if you live . Apr 13,  · Speaking at your local library will help you connect with really serious readers – because we all know that libraries pull in lots and lots of new readers every month. In case you need more convincing, here’s a recent article I wrote on why getting into libraries is still really lucrative for yo.


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We need libraries. Ordinary people use televisions, remarkable people use libraries. And that’s why they shouldn’t be closed. What’s the point of watching a film before reading the book. Books give you more of an understanding of what’s really going on in the tale and. Apr 24,  · Do we still need libraries.

By Carlos “If we do not have libraries, if we lose the notion of free access to most information, the world of the haves and the have-nots will grow further and. QUESTION: Why do we need librarians and libraries anymore now that we have the Internet. This question was posted to the Library Underground discussion list, and I thought the answers were worth sharing on the open festivous-ilonse.com answers included were done so with their contributors' permission.

Feb 11,  · Here's an animated sketch video on the value of librarians: Basic idea: I often hear people ask, “If we have the Internet, why do we still need librarians?” It’s true that the information. ♦ The Atlantic published an editorial called “Rethinking Government: Why We Need Library Rental Fees” on July 21, On July 27, it published a response from ALA Executive Director Keith Michael Fiels called “Why We Need Free Public Libraries More Than Ever.” The many comments on both pieces showcase how people feel about public.

Despite my unqualified support for the freedom to read, the annual celebration has always struck me as shrill and inaccurate. Are we winning any converts with this annual orgy of self-righteousness. James LaRue, from the ALA Office for Continue reading Do we really still need Banned Books Week.

Dec 30,  · Librarians should only seek to do those things that need doing and where libraries have comparative advantage in serving the public interest. Librarians should seek common cause with authors, agents, editors, and publishers, but if that fails, libraries may need to take on new functions.

Get this from a library. Do we really need libraries?: an assessment of approaches to the evaluation of the performance of libraries. [John Blagden]. Do you need libraries anymore?’ ” Bradley said. So they really are using our space. We offered over 1, programs last year.

think we do everything from their taxes to their medical. Dec 19,  · “Thanks to the internet, we no longer need libraries or librarians.” You most likely hear some variation on that theme pretty regularly.

Sixteen years ago, American Libraries published Mark Y. Herring’s essay “Ten Reasons Why the Internet Is No Substitute for a Library” (April ).

Technology has improved exponentially since then—social media didn’t even exist yet. Jul 27,  · Why We Need Free Public Libraries More Than Ever.

Keith Michael Fiels. a 50 cent user fee would be added to each book circulated by the library. as to the notion that we need to stop Author: Keith Michael Fiels. Get this from a library. Do we really need libraries?: proceedings of the first Joint Library Association Cranfield Institute of Technology Conference on Performance Assessment.

[John Blagden;]. Why Do We Need School Libraries. More Information About the School Studies Creator L i b r a r i e s B o o st l e a r knowing when a book may be more helpful than a web site. It means know-ing what questions to ask. Is the infor- Why do we need school library.

We need libraries. We need books. We need literate citizens. I do not care — I do not believe it matters — whether these books are paper or digital, whether you are reading on a scroll or scrolling on a screen.

The content is the important thing. But a book is also the content, and that’s important. Aug 29,  · Do 'most people' really need libraries any more. Nobody can afford to lose libraries, whatever Hampshire's head of leisure services might say.

Local libraries: do we still need them. Why we must protect our public libraries. But with companies like Netflix and Amazon replacing these traditional (and some would say “outdated”) media, do libraries really serve a purpose anymore. or just advice on where to find a book on the shelf.

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I keep and keep your books, and. Jan 04,  · Why we still need libraries. The library fire never really made it past the local news. The Library Book is a powerful reminder of the value of these everyday places that are also.

Search engines like Google really are remarkable, but they do not offer reliable information in all cases. Without training in search logic, many users wander about drowning in data that may be distorted, inaccurate, irrelevant or biased.

The Poverty of Abundance How do we find the good image, the good poem, the trustworthy medical report?Apr 21,  · Why not? When you say you have Google, I assume you mean a device with a browser. I think a book serves a different purpose compared to a device that you can run Google on.

Of course there’s a bit of intersection, For example if you’re looking fo.But as we see a stronger sentiment against taxes and government, we are going to really need these skills. I really hope that this book will help teach these skills to librarians long before they need them.

PL: Libraries pride themselves on being apolitical.