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Beginning with Volume 29, No. 1, Indiana Libraries will be an Open Access journal.  To learn more about Open Access visit OASIS: Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook.  
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Vol 4, No 4 (1984)


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Front Matter

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Pot Pourri PDF
Ray Tevis 136-138
Continuing Education - Myth and Reality PDF
Herbert S. White 138-145
Pioneer Women in the Midwest: The Role of Women in 19th Century Agriculture PDF
Martha J. Bailey, Patricia P. Carmony 146-150
Basic Considerations in the Development of Academic Curriculum Materials Centers PDF
Robert E. Kaehr 151-155
How Our Library Employs a Collection Agency PDF
Eugene R. Sanders 156-159
Education for Librarianship and Information Science in the Republic of China PDF
George W. Whitbeck 160-170

Back Matter

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ISSN: 2164-0475