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Do Public Libraries Have a Future?

A one day seminar organised by CPLUG, held at the London School of Economics, 23rd October 1999

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Preface Ioan Lewis Vice Chairman CPLUG

Public Libraries in the Information Age Frank Webster Professor of Sociology, University of Birmingham,

Assessing What Libraries Mean to Users Richard Proctor BA FLA, Sheffield University Department of Information Studies, Centre for the Public Library in the Information Age

The London Learning Network Jean Sykes , Librarian and Director of Information Services, London School of Economics

The Use and Misuse of Statistics Alan Templeton, Treasurer CPLUG

Reading and Reading Audiences Miranda McKearney

Best Value Review of Sandwell Library Service Keith Heyes, (former) Chief Librarian, Sandwell Libraries

What Are Friends For? Robin Yeates, LASER

Conclusion Tom Selwyn, Chairman, CPLUG

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