Information Management in the Department of Defense: The Role of Librarians
Walter, Gary D.
Alexander, Carolyn I.
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The 24th Military Librarians Workshop convened to consider the role played by librarians in the management of defense-related information needs. Speakers from the Department of Defense, the General Accounting Office, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, industry, the academic world, and from libraries in the civilian sector discussed current and projected trends in the area of information management and marketing. Emphasis was placed on Department of Defense requirements and on the optimal utilization of information resources.
Proceedings of the Military Librarians Workshop (24th) 15-17 October 1980, held at Monterey, California
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