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Rural libraries and community resource centres

Rural libraries and community resource centres

proceedings of the COMLA Workshop on Rural Libraries and Community Resource Centres, Sydney, Australia, 5-7 September 1988 and the COMLA Workshop on Libraries in Rural Areas and Small Island Communities, Valletta, Malta, 4-6 April 1990

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Published by International Association of Rural and Isolated Libraries (IARIL) for the Commonwealth Library Association (COMLA) in Wagga Wagga, N.S.W .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rural libraries -- Congresses.,
  • Small libraries -- Congresses.,
  • Public libraries -- Congresses.,
  • Libraries and community -- Congresses.,
  • Branch libraries -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Roy Sanders and James Henri.
    ContributionsHenri, James, 1952-, Sanders, Roy., International Association of Rural and Isolated Libraries., Commonwealth Library Association., COMLA Workshop on Rural Libraries and Community Resource Centres (1988 : Sydney, N.S.W.), COMLA Workshop on Libraries in Rural Areas and Small Island Communities (1990 : Valletta, Malta)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination159 p. :
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18525333M
    ISBN 100646005227

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    Rural Development (RD) Programs, such as Community Facilities (CF) and Multi-Family Housing (MFH), involve the construction of new buildings or renovation of existing facilities. The development of these facilities involves the need for architectural services for the preparation of plans, specifications, public bidding, contracting. The State of Small and Rural Libraries in the United States By Deanne W. Swan, Justin Grimes, and Timothy Owens Page 1 of 13 Research Brief No. 5, September Highlights • Small and rural libraries make up the majority of public library systems in the United States (%). • .

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