Preserving America’s print resources: toward a national strategic effort – report on the planning day discussions

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Abstract

Presents a report from the conference Preserving America's Printed Resources: The Roles of Repositories, Depositories, and Collections of Record, organized by the Center for Research Libraries. This was a two-part event held in Chicago, 21-22 July 2003, and this report summarizes the second part, which was an extended discussion on the theme of repositories and collections of record, asking "How can libraries work together to optimize management of the nation's knowledge resources in printed form?" The intended outcome of the discussion was to be an agenda consisting of realistic near- and long-term national-level actions, and identifying the appropriate participants in those activities and the roles those participants might play. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

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  • Library management
  • Records management
  • Reference services
  • United States of America

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