Saturday, February 15, 2003

Libraries & Unions-Library Trends-Summer 2002

Library Trends, Summer 2002.

* Service to the labor community: a public library perspective
by Ann C. Sparanese

* A fifty-five year partnership: ALA and the AFL-CIO - American Library Association, American Federation of Labor, Congress of Industrial Organizations
by Arthur S. Meyers

* The information needs of local union officials
by Margaret A. Chaplan

* The evolution of research and information services at the American Federation of Teachers
by F. Howard Nelson

* Librarians and working families: bridging the information divide
by Gaye Williams

* Preserving the historical record of American labor: union-library archival services partnerships, recent trends, and future prospects
by Thomas James Connors

* Simple exhibits, effective learning: presenting the United Farm Workers' experience on the World Wide Web
by Daniel Golodner

* Labor on campus: academic library service to labor groups
by Deborah Joseph Schmidle

* Introduction - Editorial
by Deborah Joseph Schmidle

* Library service to unions: a historical overview
by Elizabeth Ann Hubbard

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