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The Society of Indexers: History and Activities

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Geraldine Beare

Abstract

From discreet luncheons in a gentleman's club and an inaugural meeting attended by 65 people, the Society of Indexers has developed into an organisation with an international membership, a regular programme of conferences and meetings, and its own journal. In the age of the computer the Society believes that the good indexing practice, promoted by a registration system and a training programme, will ensure that its members will have a prime role in controlling the information output of the next millennium.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1629/0869
How to Cite: Beare, G., 1995. The Society of Indexers: History and Activities. Serials, 8(1), pp.69–71. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/0869
Published on 01 Mar 1995.
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