Problem solving in libraries: A festschrift in honor of Herbert Goldhor.

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Problem solving in libraries: A festschrift in honor of Herbert Goldhor.

Description

Introduction by Ronald Powell.

THIS ISSUE OF Library Trends has a twofold purpose. One, it has been designated as a Festschrift for Herbert Goldhor and as such marks his retirement from the University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science (though he continues to be active as a scholar) and serves as a tribute to his many contributions to the library profes- sion. Two, as an issue of a scholarly journal, it is intended to make a significant contribution to the literature of library and information science. In developing the theme, care was taken to identify topics that reflect Herbert Goldhor’s professional and research interests. O n the other hand, it was deemed desirable to avoid excessive duplication of topics already adequately treated in professional journals and standard texts. Overlap with the 1964 Library T r e n d s issue on research methods and the 1984 issue on research in librarianship was generally avoided as well. It w

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Edited by Herbert Goldhor and Ronald Powell.

Date

1989

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Citation

Edited by Herbert Goldhor and Ronald Powell., “Problem solving in libraries: A festschrift in honor of Herbert Goldhor.,” Antiracism Digital Library, accessed February 27, 2024, https://sacred.omeka.net/items/show/631.