The Ten Commandments, Steve Case, and Reference Service: Part 2

Schlachter, Gail A.
June 1999
Reference & User Services Quarterly;Summer99, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p337
Academic Journal
Part II. Reflects on what might be some of the issues if reference librarians followed the directives for business success in the Internet Age, enumerated by Steve Case, chairman and chief executive officer of American Online. Need for the library field to forge partnerships with information providers; Importance of reassessing our model of reference service; How the library's position as premier provider of information service is challenge by changing society.


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