Quo Vadimus?

Anderson, Charles R.
March 1998
Reference & User Services Quarterly;Spring98, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p253
Academic Journal
Focuses on the development of reference services in the electronic environment, citing a process call `WAVE,' aimed at libraries. Insight on the King County Library System; Need to think about the impact of the development of these services; Reference to the article `The Librarian is dead, long live librarian,' by Clay Hathorn; Details on a number of reference services.


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