THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF THE NEW LIBRARY CLASSIFICATION AT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON
Article publication date: 1 April 1954
It is characteristic of the modern English universities that a close relationship exists between the library and the teaching departments. The fact that the library forms an integral part of the academic community, in daily, even hourly, touch with the teaching staff, has a profound bearing on every aspect of library policy. The academic staff take an active interest in the library, particularly in those parts of the library serving the teaching and research carried on in their own departments, and it is indeed not unusual for a professor to show as great a concern for the actual arrangement of the books on the shelves as for the addition of the right books and periodicals to the book stock.
GARSIDE, K. (1954), "THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF THE NEW LIBRARY CLASSIFICATION AT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON", Journal of Documentation, Vol. 10 No. 4, pp. 169-192. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb026207
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