by Drexel University, Schoolof Library and Information Science in Philadelphia .
Written in English
|Statement||Thomas Childers, issue editor.|
|Series||Drexel library quarterly -- v.17, no.2|
|Contributions||Childers, Thomas., Drexel University. School of Library and Information Science.|
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