Facilitating centres/services, Other Management

Facilitating Centres/Services 

Traditionally, only libraries functioned as facilitators, but over a period of time, several other specialized facilitating services have come into existence which include: 

i)  information centres: 

ii)  on-line database services, information analysis centres, referral centres. In the subsequent sections a brief account of each of them is presented.  

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