By Mrs. S. Randall, Mr. A. Thompson (auth.), Mrs. S. Randall, Mr. A. Thompson (eds.)
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This training, laying aside library techniques which are the tools for the execution of a plan but not its preparation, should provide highlygraded and experienced librarians with the indispensable elements for understanding and stimulating the social, economic and cultural factors within whose framework the development and extension of library and bibliographical services will be carried out. In an attempt to meet this situation, UNESCO has contacted two European countries with a view to organizing in 1967 courses for highly trained librarians on the national planning of library services and related activities.
E. January. This caused some trouble to some of the chairmen of sections, which I deeply regret, but European problems of currency are difficult to conquer. I want to emphasize that our former treasurer is by no means responsible for this delay of about 3 months. During the whole process of transferring the money and the accounts Dr. Bourgeois has been extremely kind and cooperative. Everyone of us who has known him during his long work for IFLA, as president during several periods and now lately as treasurer, knows that he always discharged his honorary offices admirably, combining the greatest competence with a deep personal interest for the work of IFLA.
If the task of cataloguing can be rationalised in this way, it will mean that the enormous intellectual resources which are now put into cataloguing can be profitably utilised for the thousand and one tasks of information transference from source to user which we all know need to be undertaken. It will mean that the arrears of cataloguing from which all libraries suffer, can be overtaken and information about new books made available to students and to workers much more quickly and, in all likelihood, in the form in which it is needed.
Actes du Conseil Général / Proceedings of the General Council: Vol. XXXII by Mrs. S. Randall, Mr. A. Thompson (auth.), Mrs. S. Randall, Mr. A. Thompson (eds.)