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What does AL stand for?

American Libraries (American Library Association journal)


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Most chapters are from interviews and articles for the American Library Association's magazine American Libraries.
ABSTRACT UNITED STATES INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW, specifically that covering copyright, has important implications for American libraries.
The collection is seamlessly integrated with the American Libraries digital archive, enabling ALA members to extend their knowledge and research.
McCook is a contributing editor for American Libraries and is currently active in the Rural Social Services Partnership, the South County Coalition of Human Services, the Good Community Collaborative, and the University of South Florida Community Initiative.
He devised a unique classification scheme for Chinese and Japanese books, which was subsequently adopted by many American libraries with collections in East Asian languages and became the first librarian to apply modern library techniques to classifying and cataloging Chinese and Japanese materials in American libraries.
REFORMA: THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION TO PROMOTE LIBRARY SERVICES TO THE SPANISH SPEAKING Concern with providing library services and resources for Spanish-speaking Americans evolved slowly in American libraries.
In an interview reported in American Libraries, Judith Krug, the executive director of ALA's Office of Intellectual Freedom, objected to the practice of libraries turning over parental responsibilities to a commercial vendor and expressed concern about the potential useful information about sex that would be blocked (Goldberg, 1995).
For example, the December issue of American Libraries contains a feature article entitled "12 Ways Libraries are Good for the Country" (1995, pp.

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