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Uhri 1993: vol. 43. no. /, />/>. 39-52 Copyright © Munksgaard 1993 Prinlcd in Dennwrk - till rights reserved f+iibri ISSN 0024-2667 The Emergence of International Librarianship As a Field NONIE J. BLISS Through a rcvicw of the literaturc in the field of international librarianship four major arcas of concern were identified äs a framework for analysis and developmcnt of the field. These areas were: 1) theoretical context, 2) library practice, 3) education for librarianship, and 4) bibliographic access Information transcends time and space. It is a "component of

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Ranganathan's Impact on International Librarianship Through Information Technology RAVINDRA N. SHARMA Discusses briefly, with extensive literature review, the impact of Ranganath- an's contributions on international librarianship, especially in Europe and USA. His Five Laws Of Library Science are seen äs guidelines fqr practice in all areas of library and Information Services, by Professionals in many coun- tries. The Colon Classification, which marked a new trend in the design of bibliographical classification schemes, is not used for document classification in

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1.2 From ALA to IFLA: A Primer on International Librarianship Robert Wedgeworth and R.N. Sharma Introduction Libraries have been part of the human civilization for centuries but their growth has been very slow in many countries for various reasons including illiteracy, wars, poverty, shortage of funds, and national policies. Until re- cently a majority of libraries in the world developed collections and stored them in the four walls of library buildings for the use of their patrons. There was very little cooperation among libraries within nations or beyond

1.1 Let’s Peal the Onion Together: Exploration of the Outer Limits of International Librarianship Ellen R. Tise and Reggie Raju Introduction The discourse on international librarianship has not, over the decades, devi- ated substantially from the core principles of collaborative and cooperative practices at an international level. This is corroborated by Lor (2008) who quotes Harvard-Williams as stating that librarians have a long and honorable tradition of cooperation. Thus, international librarianship has been and contin- ues to be characterized by

The British Council Libraries Abroad: A Modern Contribution to International Librarianship by GARY KRASKE Since 1934 the British Council has been involved internationally in a broad range of book and information activities designed to improve cultural rela- tions with other countries. The system of libraries established and maintained by the Council, today numbering more than one hundred and twenty five in some seventy countries, is among the most extensive in the world. The his- torical development of these libraries and their role in the provision of infor

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