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The International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centers, United Kingdom Branch (IAML UK).

The International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres, United Kingdom Branch (IAML UK) announces the publication of the Library and Information Plan for Music: Written Statement, prepared by Susi Woodhouse. Information on the availability and use of printed and recorded music was provided by music librarians in the public, academic, and national sectors, and by library users and commercial suppliers. The findings of this research have now been published, the written statement including a summary of the resources available in music libraries, information centres, and commercial organizations. The statement also covers cooperative lending schemes, staffing, training, and data control. A number of options are given for taking the plan forward, and more than fifty recommendations are made. An interim development group is now looking at ways to carry out these recommendations. Copies of the report are available ([pounds]10.00 each) from IAML(UK) Publications Officer, 47 Berriedale Avenue, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 4JG.
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Date:Jun 1, 1994
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