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Library support for science research and education at Bucknell University: pulling it all together
Science & Technology Libraries
  • James A. Van Fleet, Bucknell University
Publication Date
1-1-1992
Volume
12
Issue
3
Abstract
Based on the Ricker/Witmer survey on Library Support for Science Research and Education, a brief statistical analysis of the Bucknell University community and library support for science and engineering research and education is provided. The position and responsibilities of Reference Librarian/Coordinator of Science and Engineering Resources in the Ellen Clarke Bertrand Library are detailed. Throughout the article, I describe the motivation and justification for an integrated university library collection, which serves not only the Science and Engineering faculty and students, but the entire Bucknell University community. The issues of finance and budget, public service, and information access and delivery in relation to a central university library are discussed.
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Reprinted in Science Librarianship at America’s Liberal Arts Colleges: working librarians tell their stories. Ed: Tony Stankus. New York: Haworth Press, 1992

Citation Information
James A. Van Fleet. "Library support for science research and education at Bucknell University: pulling it all together" Science & Technology Libraries (1992) p. 23 - 34
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james_vanfleet/4/