library literature

What is library literature?

library literature meaning in Information Science terminology / glossary / dictionary is:

The body of published information pertaining to libraries, library and information science, and librarianship, including books, journal articles, conference proceedings, reports, guidelines and standards, etc. The literature of the profession is indexed in Library Literature & Information Science (LLIS), published by H.W. Wilson, and in Library and Information Science Abstracts (LISA). New publications are reviewed in the “Professional Media” section of Library Journal. Library and Book Trade Almanac includes a selective bibliography (“The Librarian’s Bookshelf”) of professional literature published in the last three years, arranged by specialization, with a list of library periodicals at the end.

 

reference: ABC-CLIO

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