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Librarian as “Activist” & 18th Century E-Texts

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  • Umar Farooq
    Librarian As An “Activist” http://www.librarianactivist.org This site offers resources to librarians who want to be active in political and social issues
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      Librarian As An �Activist�
      http://www.librarianactivist.org

      This site offers "resources to librarians who want to be active in political and social issues
      surrounding libraries and librarianship" and aims to help publicize "the efforts of librarians and their friends in raising public awareness."  This website helps to globalize the efforts of librarians and their friends in raising public awareness.
       

      Eighteenth-Century E-Texts
      http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~jlynch/18th/etext.html

      It is a catalogue that includes most of the electronic editions of eighteenth-century works
      publicly available on the network.  This catalogue is browsable by author, and within author, by title.  It also includes a key to acronyms used on this site.  This web resource is maintained by an associate professor of English at Rutgers University.


      Regards,




      Muhammad Umar Farooq
      Reference Specialist
      Information Resource Center (IRC)
      U.S. Embassy
      Islamabad- PAKISTAN
      Phone: (Office) 92 51 2824051
      umarmuhammad@...


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