Semi-public documentation/information centres, Other Management

Semi-public documentation/information centres:

Established by learned or professional societies, trade associations industrial undertakings, etc., they exist primarily for serving the members of their parent institutions, but may be accessible to others also. They may aim at operating on self-supporting basis.  Examples:   Aslib Information Centre, Aslib, UK.  

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