Editorial: I Inhaled

Helmer, John F.
June 2000
Information Technology & Libraries;Jun2000, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p59
Academic Journal
Editorial. Discusses the emergence of library consortia around the world. Countries leading the way in library consortia; Services offered by each consortium; Comparison of a librarian's involvement in consortia to the inhalation of a contagious spore by the Cameroonian stink ant.


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