Theological librarians and the Internet. Implications for practice

Arthur Song

Abstract


The Editor and the contributors to this enlightening collection of essayson the Internet and Theological librarians must be
warmly congratulated on a job well done. This review is offered from the perspective of a Professor in the Faculty of
Theology and Religion Studies - not a librarian or the son of a librarian!

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7553/69-2-716

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