A Clearinghouse of printed materials for the architecture library
This article describes a clearinghouse for library guides and handouts in architecture, why the clearinghouse was started, and the contribution it can make to the profession. The article identifies weaknesses in the clearinghouse concept and suggests alternatives for organization. Lastly, it discusses the uses of handouts in bibliographic instruction and in other library activities
Architectural libraries; Architecture – Research; Clearinghouses; Information resources; Printed ephemera
Collection Development and Management | Library and Information Science
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Brown, J. M.
A Clearinghouse of printed materials for the architecture library.
Art Reference Services Quarterly, 1(2),