أدلة الهيئات الأجنبية

  •   ALA member directory.

http://www.ala.org/ala/membership/memberdirectory/index.cfm

American Library Association Chicago: American Library Association [2003 ]

Abstract:

Requires American Library Association member login. Provides job title, address, phone number, affiliations within ALA, and e-mail link. Published annually in print, 1949–2002; issued together with the ALA handbook of organization, 1981–96.

  • Aslib directory of information sources in the United Kingdom
    London: Aslib, –1982

Abstract:

First ed., 1928. Now published biennially. Fourteenth ed., 2006, identifies over 11,000 institutions and organizations in the United Kingdom that contain subject collections or provide information services. Entries include street address, phone number, e-mail address, URL, brief description of purpose, subject coverage, publications, and information about access. Arranged alphabetically, with a subject index and list of acronyms.

  • American library directory: ALD.

http://www.americanlibrarydirectory.com

Information Today, Inc. Medford, N.J.: Information Today, Inc.

Abstract:

Detailed profiles, updated yearly, for more than 35,000 public, academic, special, and government libraries in the United States, Canada, and U.S. territories. Related organizations are also covered: networks, consortia, and other cooperative library organizations; library schools and training courses; library systems; libraries for the blind and physically handicapped; libraries for the deaf and hearing impaired; state and provincial public library agencies; state school library agencies; and U.S. armed forces libraries overseas. Entries vary in level of detail but typically include address, phone and fax number, e-mail address, URL, date of founding, network participation, holdings

counts, income and expenditures, special collections, key personnel, special services, and hours of operation. May also list software and database vendors, library publications, size of population served, and annual circulation. Searchable data fields include library/institution name, library type, geographic indicators (e.g., zip code, city), subject areas, names of personnel, job titles, and automation systems. Ranges may be specified for such data as number of staff, size of holdings, circulation, population served, and expenditures. Free access to physical address data only. Annual paid subscription required for full access with download privileges. Also issued in print biennially (1908–77), then annually (1978–present). The 2010/11 edition, in two volumes, is the 63rd. Subtitle, compiler, place of publication, and publisher have varied. Entries arranged geographically. Summary statistical information regarding public libraries precedes each state, region, and province division; total numbers of North American libraries by category are provided in the front matter of v. 1. Indexed by organizations and personnel.

  • The European library.

http://www.theeuropeanlibrary.org/portal/index.html

The Conference of European National Librarians (CENL) [Den Haag], [The Netherlands]: KoninklijkeBibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands LCC: Z675.N2

Abstract:

A portal to the print and digital resources of 47 national libraries of the member states of the Council of Europe. Catalogs of more than 250 collections are searchable or browsable. Federated searching permits the user to specify which collections are searched. Digital treasures from member libraries are highlighted. The “Libraries” subsection of the site contains contact information for each library, plus a summary of its history, collections, access and opening hours, and online services.

  • Directory of federal libraries.

William R. Evinger Phoenix: Oryx Press, 1997 DESCRIPTION: x, 379 p.

Abstract:

First edition, 1987. Second edition, 1993. Although contact information may be outdated and some government libraries have been closed, this directory of more than 2,200 collections around the world remains useful for its extensive coverage and detailed indexing. Includes presidential and national libraries, as well as academic, medical, law, engineering, military base, penal, Indian reservation, and other libraries. Entries arranged by branch of government. Indexes: library name; type of library; geographic; and subject. The website of the Federal Library and Information Center Committee (http://www.loc.gov/flicc/federallib.html), while less comprehensive than this directory, provides current links to selected federal library websites.

  • American Society for Indexing.

http://www.asindexing.org/

American Society for Indexing Wheat Ridge, Colo.: American Society for Indexing – 1968

Abstract:

ASI is “the only professional organization in the United States devoted solely to the advancement of indexing, abstracting and related methods of information retrieval.”—Home Page Known as the American Society of Indexers from its founding until 2008. Website details the association’s structure and history, provides background on indexing as a vocation, and links to useful information for authors, editors, and professional indexers. Includes an “Indexer Locator,” a directory of freelance indexers and abstractors, searchable by location, subject specialty, language, type of material, and software.

 

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