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Series: Occasional Papers - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Graduate School of Library Science

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Codifying college library policy by Martha Biggs14
A case study in personnel selection; a civil service examination for Director of the Chicago Public Library by Arthur V. Wolfe25
Report on selected problems of the technical departments of the University of Illinois Library by Raynard Coe Swank42
The effective location of public library buildings by Joseph Lewis Wheeler52
Reference service in American public libraries serving populations of 10,000 or more; a report of a nationwide survey61
The renovation of a medium-sized public library building by Herbert Goldhor63
Notes Used on Music and Phonorecord Catalog Cards by Donald L. Foster66
Building materials in library construction by Howard Arthur Messman67
Antonio Panizzi as administrator by Barbara McCrimmon68
The future role of the New York State Library in statewide audiovisual activities: a survey with recommendations by Harold Goldstein70
Centralized processing, recent trends and current status; a review and synthesis of the literature by Mary D. Hanley71
Libraries and Data Processing -- Where Do We Stand? by John S. Melin72
A summary of research on the reading interests and habits of college graduates by Brewster Porcella74
Words about words: nonconventional methods of handling chemical information by Donald Lyle Dorward76
The Farmington plan survey; a summary of the separate studies of 1957-1961 by Robert Vosper77
Automatic Shelving and Book Retrieval : A Contribution Toward a Progressive Philosophy of Library Service for a Research Library by Stanley Humenuk78
Pamphlets on the First World War : An Annotated Bibliography by Donald D. Hendricks79
The reading of the culturally disadvantaged by John Anthony McCrossan80
Understanding the peoples of southern Asia: a bibliographical essay by Cecil Carlton Hobbs81
A guide to British Parliamentary papers by Frank Rodgers82
Historical approach to American library development: a chronological chart by Elizabeth W Stone83
Systematic bibliography in England: 1850-1895 by W. Boyd Rayward84
Policies and programs designed to improve cooperation and coordination among technical service operating units by Richard M. Dougherty86
Re-classification : Some Warnings and a Proposal by Jean M. Perreault87
Quantitative guides to public library operation by Charles E. Rockwood89
South African bibliography by Conrad Hjalmar Reitz90
Academic libraries and the history of science by Harold E. Holland91
A comparison of the reading interests of Kankakee Senior High School students with those revealed in nationwide surveys by Joseph F. Borowski92
Cooperative and centralized cataloging and processing: a bibliography, 1850-1967 by Lawrence E. Leonard93
A working bibliography of commercially available audio-visual materials for the teaching of library science by Irving Lieberman94
A case study of the Fairfax County, Virginia, censorship controversy 1963 by Peter Randolph Hamlin95
A checklist of U.S. Government publications in the arts by Donald LeRoy Foster96
Student access to libraries and library resources in secondary schools by L McGrath97
Ubibliotheca: the spiral library by Guy Ottewell98
The North Carolina [union] catalog: an examination and evaluation by Eugene Trahin Neely99
Federal and State government publications of professional interest to the school librarian: a bibliographic essay by Marilyn A. Lester100
Evaluation of on-line searching in MEDLARS (AIM-TWX) by biomedical practitioners by F. Wilfrid Lancaster101
English-language sources for reference questions related to Soviet science (with an emphasis on chemistry) by Gary Wiggins102
A working bibliography of American doctoral dissertations in children's and adolescents' literature, 1930-1971 by W. Bernard Lukenbill103
The Classification of Nonbook Materials in Academic Libraries : A Commentary and Bibliography by Donald L. Foster104
A Comparison of Panizzi's 91 Rules and the AACR of 1967 by Donald J. Lehnus105
A guide to selected microform series and their indexes by Peter P. Olevnik106
A selected bibliography on the aging, and the role of the library in serving them by Mollie W. Kramer107
A report on library networks by Donald D. Hendricks108
Information for science and technology--the international scene by Scott Adams109
U.S. prison library services and their theoretical bases by Rhea Joyce Rubin110
United States Information Service libraries by Jody Sussman111
CILA: a new approach to problems in the acquisition of Latin American library materials by John Samuel Clouston112
A selected bibliography of music librarianship by Don Phillips113
Union catalogs and lists : aspects of national and California coverage by Clara D. Keller114
Comparative historical analysis of three associations of professional schools by Donald G. Davis115
Classification scheme for Illinois State publications : as applied to the documents collection at the library, Universit by Yuri Nakata116
The Role of the Public Library in American Life : A Speculative Essay by Michael H. Harris117
Joetta Community Library : a simulation exercise in library administration by Robert Eugene Brown118
Desirable characteristics of school library media personnel and the concept of the future as it is presented in children by Peggy Sullivan119
Computer assisted indexing in the Central State University library by George L. Gardiner120
A survey of user attitudes toward selected services offered by the Colorado State University Libraries by Robert Whitehall Burns121
OCLC in Retrospect : A Review of the Impact of the OCLC System on the Administration of a Large University Technical Services Operation by Joseph Z. Nitecki123
Programmed instruction in librarianship : a classified bibliography of programmed texts and other materials, 1960-1974 by Henry M. Yaple124
The acquisition of maps and charts published by the United States government by Jane Grant-Mackay Low125
Networking practices and priorities of special and academic librarians : a comparison by Marcy Murphy126
The dissemination of scientific and technical information : toward a paperless system by F. Wilfrid Lancaster127
A subject approach to business reference sources by M. Balachandran128
Return Engagement : The Role of American Libraries at the Second International Library Conference, London, 1897 by Budd L. Gambee129
Toward a general theory of circulation by Robert L. Burr130
Inter-Indexer Consistency Studies, 1954-1975 : A Review of the Literature and Summary of Study Results by Lawrence E. Leonard131
Serials in Selected European Languages : The Language Problem by Jeanne H. Shedd132
Selected medieval and Renaissance manuscript collections in microform by Peter P. Olevnik133
Library use instruction in selected American colleges by Stuart W. Miller134
A guide to a course in government documents by Helen Q. Schroyer135
Andreas Schleiermacher's Bibliographic Classification and its Relationship to the Dewey Decimal and Library of Congress Classifications by Gordon Stevenson136
Lifestyles of library users and nonusers by Michael Madden137
Factors affecting administration in United States academic libraries during the period 1971-75 by Anne Marie Allison138
A conservation policy statement for research libraries by Carolyn Clark Morrow139
The history of American colleges and their libraries in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries : a bibliographical ess by David S. Zubatsky140
LSU, the library space utilization methodology by Richard B. Hall141
Survey of state library agencies, 1977 by Barratt Wilkins142
Articles on library instruction in colleges and universities, 1876-1932 by John Mark Tucker143
Education for rare book librarianship : a reexamination of trends and problems by Lawrence J. McCrank144
Rudolph Focke and the Theory of the Classified Catalog by Gordon Stevenson145
Shelf Classification Research : Past, Present--Future? by Richard J Hyman146
Career patterns of women librarians with doctorates by Doris Cruger Dale147
A portrait of librarianship in developing societies by Antônio Agenor Briquet de Lemos148
Materials availability in small libraries : a survey handbook by Eugene Wiemers149
Fact book of the American public library by Herbert Goldhor150
On-Line Services in Some Academic, Public and Special Libraries : A State-of-the-Art Report by Marcy Murphy151
Map Classification : A Comparison of Schemes with Special Reference to the Continent of Africa by Christopher E. Merrett154
Librarianship--a definition by J. G. Meijer155
The evolution of library outreach 1960-75 and its effect on reader services : some considerations by Kathleen Weibel156
Ancient Burials of Metallic Foundation Documents in Stone Boxes by H. Curtis Wright157
Strategies for increasing the use of statistical data by Alice Robbin158
Academic ambitions and library development : the American Bureau of Industrial Research and the State Historical Society by John Calvin Colson159
The professionalization of librarianship by Michael F. Winter160
A Dialogue on the Subject Catalogue : J.M. Perrault, "A Representative of the New Left in American Subject Cataloguing" : A Review Essay on Sanford Berman's The Joy of Cataloging, with Response by Sanford Berman by J. M. Perreault161
New approaches to the measurement of public library use by individual patrons by Philip M. Clark162
The User Friendliness of the Library Catalog by Danny P. Wallace163
The Development of Classification at the Library of Congress by Francis L. Miksa164
How older adults use books and the public library : a review of the literature by Judith Kamin165
Complaint handling in the library (Occasional papers / University of Illinois. Graduate School of Library and Informatio by William C. Robinson166
Oral history in public libraries by Joseph W. Palmer167
Shelf Browsing, Open Access and Storage Capacity in Research Libraries by John J. Boll169
Adaptations of DDC in the Middle East by Mahvash K. Momeni170
Paper Preservation : Nature, Extent, & Recommendations by Lynn Westbrook171
The Origins and History of the Bobbs-Merrill Company by Jack O'Bar172
The first Arab bibliography : fihrist al-Ulum by Hans H. Wellisch175
Prototyping a Microcomputer-Based Online Library Catalog by Susan S. Lazinger177
MINITEX and ILLINET : two library networks by Michael J. LaCroix178
Sound Recordings and the Library by Sharon G. Almquist179
The Kimono Imagined by Cheryl Boettcher Tarsala180
Members of the club: A look at one hundred ALA presidents by Wayne A. Wiegand182
An annotated bibliography of faculty status in library and information science by Karl E. Johnson193
LCSH and PRECIS in Library and Information Science : A Comparative Study by Yasar Tonta194
Book-Fools of the Renaissance by K. Lesley Knieriem195
Women's Work: Vision and Change in Librarianship: Papers in Honor of the Centennial of the University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science by Laurel Ann Grotzinger196/197
Russian-American Seminar on Critical Thinking and the Library by Cerise Oberman200/201
American Library Book Catalogues, 1801-1875: A National Bibliography by Robert Singerman203/204
Decision-Making for Automation : Hebrew and Arabic Script Materials in the Automated Library by Elizabeth Vernon205
Surveying the library landscape : the inspection visits of the University of Illinois Library School by Thomas David Walker206
Reading for moral progress : 19th century institutions promoting social change by Donald G. Davis207
In close association : the humanities, research, and the library by Bernhard Fabian208
Fiat Lux, Fiat Latebra : A Celebration of Historical Library Functions by D. W. Krummel209
The Storage of Art on Paper : A Basic Guide for Institutions by Sherelyn Ogden210
The Creation and Persistence of Misinformation in Shared Library Catalogs : Language and Subject Knowledge in a Technological Era by David Bade211
Winsor, Dewey, and Putnam : The Boston Experience by Donald G. Davis212
A Long Search for Information by Brian Vickery213
Mundaneum : archives of knowledge by W. Boyd Rayward215

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This series of papers on library science has been published since 1949. PDF copies may be downloaded from IDEALS.

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