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Revised from the ISBD(CF): International Standard Bibliographic Description for Computer Files Recommended by the ISBD(CF) Review Group
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The book shown above is one of our patients we take care of these days. As you can clearly see the condition is fairly hopeless....... The book is a rare copy of the Paraphrases of Erasmus on the New Testament. Although the titlepage and impressum is missing we found out that this copy was printed by Edward Whitchurch in London in 1548. This is the first volume.
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Introduction to the Collections The New York Public Library has the largest publicly accessible collection in the Americas of materials related to the history of art.
A Guide to the Collections of the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
So, you think you know about Dewey Decimal numbers, huh?
Anyone with an interest in translations of Your Old Books into other languages should contact the current chair of the RBMS Publications Committee .
The 2008 SLA Board of Directors hit the ground running at the Louisville Leadership Summit. The three-day meeting was the first meeting of the new association year and is also the first time the new board members elected in 2007 officially joined the sitting board as full voting members. 2008 SLA President Stephen Abram MLS, took office, and challenged the 2008 Board to focus on innovation for the association over the coming year, declaring his theme for the year, "Innovate in 2008." Read the Press Release
If you've heard the buzz about Library 2.0, but don't quite understand how to implement it, you've come to the right place. The internet is full of webinars, presentations, and tutorials designed to help you take your library to the next level, and we've highlighted some of the most useful of these here. Read on to learn how your library can get with the times.