The Journal of Library Administration is the primary source of information on all aspects of the effective management of libraries. Stressing the practical, this valuable journal provides information that administrators need to efficiently and effectively manage their libraries. The journal seeks out the most modern advances being made in professional management and applies them to the library setting. Many volumes of the journal are thematic, which give you detailed, practical coverage of a specific topic in each issue. Subjects of concentration are chosen on the basis of their relevance and practicality to the library manager, and articles are written by experts from around the world to give you a well-covered view of today
Holdings: Vol. 23, no. 1 (1997)-present
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