RIDING THE WAVE: HOW MUCH A LIBRARY CAN CHANGE IN THREE YEARS
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KeywordLibraries; organizational change; integrated library systems (computer systems); classification - Universal Decimal; collection management (libraries)
Suggested CitationArticle: Russell, Hannah, "RIDING THE WAVE: HOW MUCH A LIBRARY CAN CHANGE IN THREE YEARS", https://hdl.handle.net/1912/7395
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