Mr. Shaffer's book deserves the attention and consideration of all members of the library profession. For law librarians, it is of particular interest because it presents, for the first time, an organized use of the case method of instruction in the field of library science. It is true that the cases depicted are really "situations," but nevertheless the employment of this technique in this field of endeavor is a vital development. The selection of situations has been well designed to illustrate sound general personnel administration principles. At the same time, the examples are constructed to bring out the special application of these principles to the area of library work. All librarians, law librarians included, and even the expert will benefit from a reading of this volume.
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