Showing posts with label Libraries for all. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Libraries for all. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Fw: [LIS-Forum] How to start a basic library ?

Librarianship is a noble profession.

--- On Fri, 30/1/09, Rajan <> wrote:
From: Rajan <>
Subject: [LIS-Forum] How to start a basic library ?
Date: Friday, 30 January, 2009, 3:15 PM

Dear All,  The Unesco document "Libraries for all : how to start a basic library", brought to our notice by Dr Indira,  is an excellent practical guide to be taught in our library schools in the beginning so as to give the students  a holistic overview of the tasks ahead in the  library profession.  The list of options in decision-making, the practical hints on whereabouts and the logical sequencing of the sub topics make this document a good entry point for a new student of Library Science.  Regards,  K Rajasekharan  ------------------------------ Original Message: Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 11:39:25 +0530 From: "Indira" <> Subject: Re: [LIS-Forum] Budgeting in Library Dear Mrs. Sheethal, UNESCO Publication "Libraries for all: how to start and run a basic library" written by Laura Wendell, the founder of the World Library Partnership, is a practical guide to establish and manage a library. available in English, French and Spanish in HTML and PDF formats. This resource guide is designed and developed for people with little or no training in librarianship and contains practical, step-by-step instructions for creating and managing a successful library. Here is the URL: Line-item Budgeting is discussed in P15-21. I feel we should include this in the Reading Lists of BLISC and MLISC programs. Hope this manual will be useful in our day-to-day practices. Dr Indira -------------------------------------------------     --  This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean.  _______________________________________________ LIS-Forum mailing list 

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