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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.Wang, Chih is the author of 'Guam and Micronesian Libraries: Historical Events, Information Sources and Others' with ISBN 9781413463385 and ISBN 141346338X.
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