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n. a bathroom; an outhouse. (Not a public restroom.) John is in the library at the moment.
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Libraries were also described as places where "librarians are connectors," where there is a "community of trust emphasizing personal responsibility," and a place for "interactive learning and collaboration with others.
College & Undergraduate Libraries, 11(2), 91-101.
In this first-ever issue of Library Trends dedicated to GIS and libraries, we present thirteen authors contributing ten profoundly informative articles that address a variety of current issues and trends in the field.
Tape drives utilized in tape libraries include 8-millimeter (Exabyte VXA, and Sony AIT), DLT and Super DLT (Quantum), LTO Ultrium (Hewlett-Packard, IBM, and Quantum), IBM-compatible half-inch 3490 cartridge, StorageTek 9840/9940, and Sony SAIT.
I've seen many of the libraries, particularly in the Valley, and have been very impressed by the architecture,'' said Ken Bernstein, the L.
While this technology isn't ready to replace the card catalog just yet, experts agree that the applications for content in these libraries are unbounded.
In 1996-1997 for example, 5,068 people graduated from American Library Association-accredited libraries and information studies programs.
Drake, director of libraries for Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
So many libraries have closed their doors in recent years that the American Library Association says it's no longer able to keep track of them all.
On March 28, as library officials prepared to lay off scores of workers and close branch libraries for weeks or months at a time, NYPL came up with the funds to throw a party in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Virginia Woolf's suicide.
Libraries can launch a free community toolbar that delivers constant browser access to resources and services, and connects patrons to create vibrant online communities.
Libraries in all sectors are coming under increasing pressure from governments and other policymakers to cooperate.
The Business Liaison Team at the University of Louisville Libraries collaborated with College of Business and Public Administration faculty to offer a new series of workshops called Research Refreshers, designed to highlight specific electronic resources and demonstrate how to effectively use them.
Tape libraries have been the primary technology deployed in traditional backup and restore environments.
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