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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Guam and Micronesian Libraries: Historical Events, Information Sources, and Others collects Dr. Chih Wang's selected research articles, short papers, and reports, primarily relating to libraries on Guam and Micronesian islands written during the decade (1989-1998) when he served as dean and professor of library science at the University of Guam (UOG), except the last two articles. Many of the selected works were published in library journals and other sources. Some of the short opinion and marketing papers appeared in Guam local newspapers. As a collection, the primary purpose of the book is to gather and to preserve the author's articles and papers on Guam and Micronesian libraries in one volume. Containing a total of 19 articles, the book is grouped into three sections: the UOG Library; Guam and Micronesia libraries; and Micronesian information sources and others. As indicated by the headings, section one selects articles, reporting UOG Library activities. A chronology of important events ofthe Library since its beginning is appended. Section two covers those papers dealing with the overall library activities on Guam and Micronesia. The last section includes two works, describing the contents and activities of the Micronesian Area Research Center (MARC) at UOG and the Palau National Museum. Chapter 17 is an idea of a Micronesian information system and chapter 18 presents the issues of freedom or security on Internet information. The last chapter is an essay, "Wandering in the Library" to promote libraries and books.Wang, Chih is the author of 'Guam And Micronesian Libraries Historical Events, Information Sources And Others', published 2005 under ISBN 9781413463378 and ISBN 1413463371.
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