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  • noun Plural form of bookroom.

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Examples

  • While certainly supporting the literacy industry, the notion of applying a single strategy to entire collections eliminates the importance of both balanced and differentiated approaches to literacy development in schools, threatens to turn rich and dynamic collections into extended bookrooms, may be largely budget-driven, and is incompatible with the goals for school library programs.

    Position Statement

  • While certainly supporting the literacy industry, the notion of applying a single strategy to entire collections eliminates the importance of both balanced and differentiated approaches to literacy development in schools, threatens to turn rich and dynamic collections into extended bookrooms, may be largely budget-driven, and is incompatible with the goals for school library programs.

    June 2009

  • While certainly supporting the literacy industry, the notion of applying a single strategy to entire collections eliminates the importance of both balanced and differentiated approaches to literacy development in schools, threatens to turn rich and dynamic collections into extended bookrooms, may be largely budget-driven, and is incompatible with the goals for school library programs.

    Library Admin

  • While certainly supporting the literacy industry, the notion of applying a single strategy to entire collections eliminates the importance of both balanced and differentiated approaches to literacy development in schools, threatens to turn rich and dynamic collections into extended bookrooms, may be largely budget-driven, and is incompatible with the goals for school library programs.

    BCTLA Position Statement-Book Levelling and School Library Programs

  • The upper story was the library. 4.59 In England we hear of bookrooms oftenest in the fifteenth century, They were a usual feature in later Cistercian houses.

    Old English Libraries; The Making, Collection and Use of Books During the Middle Ages

  • The Benedictine houses of Winchester, Worcester, Bury St. Edmunds,4. 66 and St. Albans also had special bookrooms.

    Old English Libraries; The Making, Collection and Use of Books During the Middle Ages

  • The growth of the libraries made the provision of special bookrooms a necessity.

    Old English Libraries; The Making, Collection and Use of Books During the Middle Ages

  • As the best English equivalent of Demonstratio I would suggest the word ` Display, 'which fairly gives the idea of a wall-surface covered with books; and I figure the building to myself as an enlarged example of those Cistercian bookrooms with which Dr.J. W. Clark's researches have familiarized us.

    Old English Libraries; The Making, Collection and Use of Books During the Middle Ages

  • Various Anglican dioceses opened bookrooms, while Catholics had both diocesan and independent bookshops.

    Book & Print in New Zealand: A Guide to Print Culture in New Zealand

  • Wesleyan bookrooms were started at the request of the Australasian Conference in Christchurch in 1870 and were linked with Armitage & Smith's business.

    Book & Print in New Zealand: A Guide to Print Culture in New Zealand

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