Das Thüringer Bibliotheksgesetz - Eine Bestandsaufnahme

Störr, André
August 2008
Bibliotheksdienst;aug/sep2008, Vol. 42 Issue 8/9, p890
Trade Publication
The article offers information about the library legislation bill of Thüringen, Germany in 2007. The bill's main subdivisions are noted, including freedom of information, libraries in Thüringen, education and media literacy, cultural property, and finances. Legislation about general entitlement to library resources is evaluated, and other facets of the legislation are discussed.


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