Bertini, Lucia Prestito interbibliotecario e fornitura di documenti: manuale delle procedure. Informazioni di base e documentazione utile. Biblioteche oggi , , vol. This article has drawn out of the handbook given over to the University of Florence librarians. It has been written following the international loan procedures guidelines of IFLA. Handbook purpose is to provide general and fundamental information needed to organize and manage the service of national and international interlibrary loan.
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Even proclaims the entity's belief towards public libraries internationally , as essential institutions for the promotion of peace and well -being spirit of humanity. The Public Library Manifesto , adopted in , proclaims UNESCO's belief in the public library as a living force for education, culture and information, and as an essential agent for the fostering of peace and spiritual welfare through the minds of men and women.
Recognizing the public library as a local center of culture , the Manifesto lists some requirements for the implementation and maintenance of such palaces books. It should be the responsibility of local and national governments and responsible also librarian and library professional staff. It proposes that governments and society strengthen integration networks to support libraries , example , in Portugal for the National Network of Public Libraries.
The manifesto grounds that the collections are not built only on optical or recent political and milliners , but also seek to balance the traditional and the modern in order to include all age groups of the population involved. And there is adapted to the different needs of communities in rural and urban areas.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Libraries and Society. New Delhi: Ess Ess Publications. Hidden categories: Articles with Portuguese-language sources pt Articles with French-language sources fr.
UNESCO Public Library Manifesto