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Reader Development as a Core Library Function HTML PDF
Jana Sheardown (06/12/2007) (editorial)

Reader Development is an approach to attracting and supporting library users practiced mainly in England. Rather than continuing the debate over the recreational approach to user services versus the educational approach, the Reader Development approach combines the two in an effort to make the act of reading more enjoyable, and thus attract new users to libraries.

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