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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 10, No 2 (1991)


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Table of Contents

Front Matter

Title Page, Publication Information, Table of Contents PDF


Books at War: Indiana's Libraries During WW II PDF
Noraleen A. Young 2-14
The Allen County Public Library Fort Wayne, Indiana PDF
Dawne Slater-Putt 15-25
An Invitation Advertisement PDF
Indiana Libraries 26
Library Unionization and its Ties to the Public Sector: History, Issues, and Trends PDF
Ellen Flexman 27-44
Federal Copyright Law: How it Affects Academic Video Services PDF
Jill Rooker 45-53
Preservation in Indiana Academic Libraries PDF
Robert S. Lamb II 54-60
The Evolution of Bibliographic Instruction in College Libraries PDF
Gail Glynn 61-78
Establishment of the Knox County Records Library PDF
Brian Spangle 79-85
An Experiment With Electronic Pagers PDF
Philip H. Young 86-89
To Degree or not to Degree: Academic Librarians and Subject Expertise PDF
Jean-Pierre V. M. Herubel 90-94

Back Matter

Submission Guidelines PDF

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ISSN: 2164-0475