Managing courses in countries of Central and Eastern Europe: experiences during two German seminars about library and information management
Since the opening up of the Soviet bloc countries, help given to libraries from the West has mainly taken the form of donation of material. It has been difficult for Western colleagues to appreciate the full extent of the problems experienced by their counterparts in the former Soviet bloc. The most pressing problems concerned library management. Describes two seminars on library and information management set up by the Foreign Relations Bureau, Berlin, in former Soviet bloc countries. The seminars tackled the problem of management from different angles. Outlines the learning and benefits received by both Western and Eastern participants.
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