Citation Edit

American Library Association, Principles for the Networked World (Feb. 2003) (full-text).

Overview Edit

The principles stated in this publication establish a baseline for the ongoing public policy debate by stating the fundamental public policy requirements needed to support and enhance the ability of libraries to serve the public's information needs. These principles are the consensus product of a broad, representative process within the library community. They are intended to further discussion within the library community and with the public about the critical information policy issues libraries face.

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