Global Studies in Libraries and Information
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- Frequency: irregular
- ISSN: 2195-0202
The complex processes involved in the international dissemination of information and knowledge, and the roles of libraries and related information agencies in facilitating access, offer fascinating scope for scholarly study and research. At the same time, the global nature of these processes requires practicing librarians and information workers to be aware of opportunities and challenges that arise internationally.
This English language monograph series serves as a vehicle for professional and scholarly communication in the rapidly evolving field of global studies in libraries and information. Volumes are peer-reviewed and authored by leading professionals and scholars from a across the world.
Orders for individual volumes can be placed with the publisher (see Order Details).
NOTE: Detailed information about the volumes in this series is available directly from the publisher’s website.
International and Comparative Librarianship: Concepts and Methods for Global Studies
Peter Johan Lor
Berlin/Munich: De Gruyter Saur, 2019
Library and Information Science in the Middle East and North Africa
Edited by: Amanda B. Click, Sumayya Ahmed, Jacob Hill and John D. Martin III
Berlin/Munich: De Gruyter Saur, 2016
Access to Scientific Research: Challenges Facing Communications in STM
Edited by: David J. Brown
Berlin/Munich: De Gruyter Saur, 2015
E-Government: Implementation, Adoption and Synthesis in Developing Countries
Edited by: Kelvin J. Bwalya / Stephen M. Mutula
Berlin/Munich: De Gruyter Saur, 2014