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Public access microcomputers by P. F. Laughton

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Published by Public Libraries Group of the Librarian Association .
Written in English


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Statementcompiled by P.F. Laughton.
SeriesLibrary operations checklist -- 8
ContributionsLibrary Association. Public Libraries Group.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20928468M
ISBN 100863780202
OCLC/WorldCa154172636

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Describes a project at the San Bernardino Public Library designed to integrate microcomputers into library public services. Program elements include: (1) a microcomputer laboratory; (2) ongoing computer education classes; (3) access to online databases; (4) a hour communications link between the library and community; and (5) a career counseling by: 1. Free public access to court records. Business Hours for the Clerk of the District Court Monday through Friday from AM to PM. Public Access insists that academics must exercise more responsibility towards the publics who underwrite but often misunderstand their work and its significance. Taken seriously as a potential audience, Bérubé argues, such publics can be weaned from their present inclination to believe the distortions and half-truths peddled by the right’s Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dewey, Patrick R., Public access microcomputers. White Plains, NY: Knowledge Industry Publications, ©