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The Library as an Agent of Change: Pushing the Client Institution Forward
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  • Stuart Basefsky
Publication Date
8-1-1999
Abstract

The library in today's world must transform itself into an agent of change. Basefsky discusses why informing, discussing, soliciting, targeting, teaming and stretching need to be implemented if libraries want to remain useful and the institutions they serve wish to prosper.

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Suggested Citation
Basefsky, S. (1999). The library as an agent of change: Pushing the client institution forward. Retrieved [insert date] from Cornell University, ILR School site: http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/articles/189/

Required Publisher Statement
Copyright by the Special Libraries Association. Final paper published as Basefsky, S. (1999). The library as an agent of change: Pushing the client institution forward. Information Outlook, 3, 37-40.

Citation Information
Stuart Basefsky. "The Library as an Agent of Change: Pushing the Client Institution Forward" (1999)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/stuart_basefsky/3/