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Former Commission Members
John G. Kemeny, President, Dartmouth College, Hanover,
New Hampshire (1973)
L. Quincy Mumford (Ex Officio), The Librarian of Congress,
U.S. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (retired, 1975)
Alfred R. Zipf, Executive Vice President, Bank of America, San
Francisco, California (1973)

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Appendix III
List of Commission Staff

Alphonse F. Trezza
Executive Director
Douglas S. Price
Deputy Director
Mary Alice Hedge Reszetar
Associate Director

Barbara K. Cranwell
Executive Secretary
Carl C. Thompson
Administrative Assistant
Martha D. Quigley
Secretary, Special Assignments

Former Commission Staff
Charles H. Stevens
Executive Director

Roderick G. Swartz
Deputy Director
Linda R. Ulrich
Administrative Assistant

Index

Abstracting services 36, 51
See also Information retrieval

systems
Academic libraries 2, 19, 79, 85
Access 2, 4, 16, 17, 32, 34, 42, 59, 63
Access protocol 50
Accessibility 51, 86
Accounting See ACCOUNTS
Accounts 55
Acknowledgments viii
Acquiring See ACQUISITIONS

AND CATALOGING
Acquisitions and cataloging 19,

31, 34, 54, 68, 69
Administratively autonomous 45
AECT See ASSOCIATION FOR

EDUCATIONAL COMMU.
NICATION AND TECH.

NOLOGY
Affiliation 63
ALA See AMERICAN LIBRARY

ASSOCIATION
"Alternatives for Financing the

Public Library" 79
American Association of School

Libraries 79
American child, Development of

15
American Indians 4, 40, 42
American Library Association 16,

51, 52, 79
American Library Association's

Standards 23
American Library Directory 79
American National Standards In-

ANSI standardization program

See AMERICAN NA-
TIONAL STANDARDS
INSTITUTE STAND-

ARDIZATION PROGRAM
Approach See ACCESS
Appropriations 21, 49, 72
Appropriation authorization 91
Armed Forces 2
Asian Americans 4, 41
Association for Educational Com-

munication and Technology

16, 51, 79
Attitudinal 37
Audio 57
Audiovisual materials 1, 3, 6, 7,

16, 24
Authors ix, 9, 29
Automated methods 69
Automated systems 13

See also Computer software
Automation 44

See also Computers
Availability 4, 15, 18, 69, 86

Barriers 36, 38
Benefits 63, 69
Bibliographic 16, 52, 55, 66, 68
Bibliographic access 25, 33, 86
Bibliographic data 33, 69, 86
Bibliographic data banks 52, 54,

55
See also On-line communica-

tions
Ohio College Library Center

Computer data bases
Bibliographic resources See BIB-

LIOGRAPHIC ACCESS
Bibliographic services 34, 38, 69
Bibliographic standards 21, 50, 51,

stitute 51
American National Standards In-

stitute Standardization Pro

52, 53, 67, 68
Bibliographic system 52, 61

grams 50

ANSI See AMERICAN NA-

TIONAL STANDARDS IN-
STITUTE

Biomedical Information Network

26
Black Americans 4, 41
Blind 41
Book industry 85
Books 31
Braille 41
Broadband Communication Sys-

tems 7
Budgets 19,69

See Also Funding
Bureau of the Budget 21
Business 3, 5, 56

Cable television 7
Card Distribution Service 67

See Also Library of Congress
Catalog card 55
Cataloging See ACQUISITIONS

AND CATALOGING
Categorical aid 39, 40
Categorical Aid Programs 16, 45,

72
Categorical Library Programs 86
CATV See COMMUNITY AN-

TENNA TELEVISION
CATV Systems See ANTENNA

TELEVISION SYSTEMS
Centralized cataloging See

ACQUISITIONS AND

CATALOGING
Centralized computer retrieval

service See INFORMATION

RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS
Centralized processing See PROC-

ESSING
Chemical Abstracts Service 53
College enrollments 19
College libraries See ACADEMIC

LIBRARIES
Commercial Communication Car-

riers See INFORMATION

SERVICES
Commercial distributors 24

Commercial Information Services

See INFORMATION SERV.

ICES
Commission policy 89
The Commission See NA-

TIONAL COMMISSION
ON LIBRARIES AND

INFORMATION SCIENCE
Committee on cataloging See

ACQUISITIONS AND

CATALOGING
Communications xii, 2, 25, 29, 32,

50, 56, 57, 59, 70, 78
Community Antenna Television

7, 46
Community Antenna Television

Systems 8
Community college libraries See

ACADEMIC LIBRARIES
Comprehensive research collec-

tions See RESEARCH

LIBRARIES
Computer and telecommunica-

tions 49
Computer data banks See COM-

PUTER DATA BASES
Computer data bases 8, 24, 31, 46,

63, 80
Computer hardware 50, 56
Computer information retrieval

systems See INFORMA-
TION RETRIEVAL

SYSTEMS
Computerized communication

services See COMMUNICA-

TIONS
Computerized National Union

Catalog See NATIONAL
UNION CATALOG, COM-

PUTERIZED
Computer processing See DATA

PROCESSING
Computer software 63
Computer tape format 28, 34
Computer technology xii, 55

Cross-disciplinary research 54

See Also Research
Cultural experience x
Custodians 2

Computer timesharing systems 35
Computer use 17, 55
Computers 1, 4, 6, 7, 8, 18, 25, 29,

32, 34, 37, 55, 59, 78
Congressional committees 29
Consortia 35, 80
Constituencies 4, 21, 31, 80
Constituency See CONSTIT-

UENCIES
Constituents 14, 19, 24, 63
Consultation 70
Consumers 27
Continuing education 4, 35, 43,

44, 47
See Also Education
Contracting with the private sec-

tor See PRIVATE SECTOR,

CONTRACTING WITH
Controlled accessibility See

ACCESSIBILITY
Cooperation 10, 11, 59
Cooperative action 16, 17, 36, 38,

47
Cooperative arrangements See

COOPERATION
Cooperative library and informa-

tion services See LIBRARY
AND INFORMATION

SERVICES
Coordination xi, 8, 11, 26, 32, 34,

45, 47, 48, 62
Coordinator 20
Copying 10, 22, 54, 68
Copying machines 9
Copyright 8, 9, 29, 68

See Also Copyright law
Copyright issues 9
Copyright law 9
Cost-effectiveness 46
Costs 4, 8, 24, 27, 31, 62, 64
Council on Library Resources 52,

79
Credibility 65
Criteria 43, 49, 55, 74

Data See BIBLIOGRAPHIC

DATA
Data bases See COMPUTER

DATA BASES
Data communications See COM-

MUNICATIONS
Data processing 69
Data retrieval 35

See Also Information Re-

trieval Systems
Defense Documentation Center

(DDC) 21
Demand 61
Department of Housing and

Urban Development 33
Depository 28
Design 32
Deterioration 70
Development 11, 17, 18, 23, 26, 32,

39, 48
Development of the American

child See, AMERICAN
CHILD, DEVELOPMENT

OF
Digital 57

See Also Computers
Direct functional component 56
Disadvantaged 4, 41, 43
Dispensers 2
Dissemination of information ix,

9
Distribution of information 5, 8,

22, 25
Domestic Communication Satel-

lites 57
Duplication See COPYING

Economic viability 27, 58
Economically disadvantaged See

DISADVANTAGED

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