Library Philosophy and Practice

Articles from Vol. 5, No. 1, Fall

Case Study of the Round Mountain Public Library
A Brief Introduction In choosing my topic I wanted to do something that would serve more than my own interest in getting a grade. I chose this topic in order to put together information that could be shared, information that would serve not just...
Marketing of Information Products and Services for Libraries in India
Introduction A society that consumes and generates the most knowledge and information is the strongest society. The information industry has grown dramatically in services, revenue, and coherence over the last decade. Though the marketing of information...
Nontraditional Students' Library Satisfaction
Introduction To understand what a "nontraditional student" is, we should first define "traditional student." A traditional college student is between the ages of eighteen and twenty-two, attends school full time, is single, and does not work full...
Thoughts on the Future of Library Computing: Implications of the Use of Handheld Computers for Library Service
Introduction The academic world is at the beginning of a major shift in the library computing paradigm. Librarians have participated in the movement from paper-based systems to mainframe computing. This was followed by the movement to personal computing...
User Expectations in Private-Public Libraries in India
Introduction Private-public libraries are those public institutions that are run by private management. Except in finance and governance, all activities, functions, and aims are the same for both private-public libraries and government public libraries....