"Librarian's Glossary of Terms" is authored by...
Who defined that a "Special Library is a collection of books and other printed, graphic or recorded material dealing with a limited field of knowledge and provided by a learned society, research organisation, industrial or commercial undertaking, government department or ~even an educational institution. It may also be a special branch of a public library serving certain interests or occupational groups such as a technical library or a special subject library, meeting the needs of all enquiries on that given subject such as a music library"?
Who defined that a "a special library is neither academic, commercial, national or public but it. intends to serve the needs of a portion of a community requiring detailed information on a limited subject field"?
Who defined a special library as "one serving a group, having an extra library existence, whose members direct at least some of their activities towards a common purpose. This excludes academic libraries as their users pursue their individual ends, and are in no sense united by a Common Purpose"?
Libraries for the Doctors is an example of ....
Who defined a special library as "a specialist Library to supply detailed information regarding some subject field - scientific, technical and otherwise "?
Which of the following is not a special library?
The Library of the National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad is an example of....
The Library of the Central Food and Technological Research Institute, Mysore belongs to the category of
Special Libraries first appeared in which of the following countries?