Daniel D. Barron

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A WIDE RANGE OF PEOPLE are just beginning to equate information service in their communities with the institution they once believed served a primarily recreational and educational function-the public library. At present, many rural libraries have inadequate numbers of staff, and many others have staff which are seriously undereducated to meet the expanded(More)
A project to create a lifelong learning community among health sciences library and information professionals by demonstrating the potential for using complementary technologies to provide access to a full range of educational experiences as recommended in Platform for Change, the Medical Library Association's educational policy statement, is described. The(More)
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