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A Study Of The Effect Of The National Science Foundation Course Content Improvement Materials On The School Library, Eleanor R. Mckinney Dec 1967

A Study Of The Effect Of The National Science Foundation Course Content Improvement Materials On The School Library, Eleanor R. Mckinney

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


A Survey Of The Library Facilities And Service In The John R. Francis Junior High School, Washington, D.C., 1965-1966, Jessie Norman Smith Aug 1967

A Survey Of The Library Facilities And Service In The John R. Francis Junior High School, Washington, D.C., 1965-1966, Jessie Norman Smith

ETD Collection for AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library

No abstract provided.


A Descriptive Study Of The Communications Behavior Of A Selected Group Of Students At Sumter County High School, Americus, Georgia, Eloise Richardson Paschal Aug 1967

A Descriptive Study Of The Communications Behavior Of A Selected Group Of Students At Sumter County High School, Americus, Georgia, Eloise Richardson Paschal

ETD Collection for AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library

No abstract provided.


History Of Public Library Service To Negroes In Ouachita Parish, Monroe, Louisiana, 1949-1965, Shirley Cross Rush Jun 1967

History Of Public Library Service To Negroes In Ouachita Parish, Monroe, Louisiana, 1949-1965, Shirley Cross Rush

ETD Collection for AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library

No abstract provided.


A Study Of Reading Interests And Habits Of Selected Students At The Botelier High School, Holt, Alabama, 1964-1965, Juliette Summerville Jun 1967

A Study Of Reading Interests And Habits Of Selected Students At The Botelier High School, Holt, Alabama, 1964-1965, Juliette Summerville

ETD Collection for AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library

No abstract provided.


A Study Of The Reading Interests And Habits Of A Selected Group Of High School Students At Rebecca Comer High School, Eufaula, Alabama, Catherine L. Tarver May 1967

A Study Of The Reading Interests And Habits Of A Selected Group Of High School Students At Rebecca Comer High School, Eufaula, Alabama, Catherine L. Tarver

ETD Collection for AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library

No abstract provided.


A Study Of The Reading Interests And Habits Of A Selected Group Of Students Of Burke High School, Charleston County, Charleston, North Carolina, Rebecca Manigault Stepney Apr 1967

A Study Of The Reading Interests And Habits Of A Selected Group Of Students Of Burke High School, Charleston County, Charleston, North Carolina, Rebecca Manigault Stepney

ETD Collection for AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library

No abstract provided.


The Junior High School Librarian And Requirements Beyond The Daily Library Schedule, Brenda May Branyan Apr 1967

The Junior High School Librarian And Requirements Beyond The Daily Library Schedule, Brenda May Branyan

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


Today's Elementary School Library, Sharon Gail Floyd Jan 1967

Today's Elementary School Library, Sharon Gail Floyd

Honors Theses

"A library is a library... A library is a place for books. And Books need people to enjoy them, children to pore over them, to wander through them and wonder, to leaf over them and laugh over them and love them. Teacher need to know them to delight in them, and to want to share them. Librarians who are not merely the keepers by the ambassadors of books, their representatives, their introducers, their friends and advocates."

The above statement is one which this paper will attempt to prove is very correct. One of the most stimulating and interesting developments in …


"Laboratory Work" In Library Science, Marty Rayfield Jan 1967

"Laboratory Work" In Library Science, Marty Rayfield

Honors Theses

This special studies was the practical application (in a "laboratory") of what has been learned in several library science courses. The laboratory consisted of shelf after shelf of unclassified books arranged in no order and covering fields from physical education to American literature. The collection had to be evaluated, generally organized, classified, lettered and reshelved. Later, author, title, and shelf-list cards will be made. From a hodge-podge of books with limited value because of lack of organization, this collection has become a useful library. No longer will one have to search for a book through every shelf only to find …