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Foerster H. von (1982) To Know and To Let Know: An Applied Theory of Knowledge. Canadian Library Journal 39: 277–282.
This discussion of the concept of knowledge reports findings about learning, particularly learning styles and strategies, and explores the potentials and limits of new technologies in the library. The library’s role as a “convivial tool” which can enlarge the range of each person’s competence is noted. Thirty-four references are provided.
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