Deftly organized into four major sections (Fundamental Concepts; Introduction to Major Reference Sources; Special Topics in Reference and Information Work; Developing and Managing Reference Collections and Services), "Reference And Information Services" will serve equally well as a Library Science curriculum textbook and as an on-going professional reference work.
What does LS stand for?
LS stands for Library Science (various locations)
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We have 94 other meanings of LS in our Acronym Attic
- Letter Sheet (philately)
- Letter Signed
- Leukosis-Sarcoma group (lymphoid leukosis)
- Level of Signal
- Level Switch
- Levi Strauss
- Liaison Spécialisée (French type of business internet connection)
- Liaison Squadron
- Liberalna Stranka (Croatian: Liberal Party)
- Libertarian Socialism (political philosophy)
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com The Embedded Librarian provides library science professionals with the first collection to survey the growing practice of 'embedded librarianship' which places librarians in partnership with individuals and groups that rely on them.
The programme is designed to build a clear understanding of the principles of library science, awareness of delivery systems and information service delivery.
Informative, superbly presented, and thoroughly reader friendly, "The Living Energy Universe" is an ideal addition to academic and community library Science Studies collections and supplemental reading lists.
This is a must for all library collections and highly recommended as curriculum material for teaching and library science programs.
My education includes a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of Akron and a Master of Library Science degree from Kent State University.
The "Our Galaxy And Beyond" series is an important, core addition to any school or community library Science & Astronomy reference section--and ideal as as curriculum supplement material for homeschooling as well
Winner of the 2005 Writer's Digest Book Awards (and a finalist in the Independent Publisher's Book Awards", The Tels would prove a popular addition to any community library Science Fiction collection and documents Paul Black as an imaginatively skilled storyteller of the first order.