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Handbook For Community College Librarians

Author : Michael A. Crumpton
ISBN : 9781610693462
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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An in-depth understanding of the complexities, dynamics, and emerging trends in community college libraries today. • Provides insights from two librarians experienced in working in community college libraries who are networked across the country with seasoned community college librarian colleagues • Includes chapter summaries and real-world stories make the content useful and relevant as well as easy to use • Covers issues of paramount importance, including assessment, advocacy, and information literacy variations • Appropriate for existing community college librarians, directors, and paraprofessionals as a professional development resource as well as an orientation tool for new librarians moving into a community college assignment

Academic Libraries In Urban And Metropolitan Areas

Author : Gerard B. McCabe
ISBN : 031327536X
Genre : Education
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Solutions to the unique problems of academic libraries in urban and metropolitan areas are provided in this professional handbook. Issues faced by the administrators of these libraries can differ markedly from those encountered by their counterparts in residential college towns. Service demands emanate from local business, industry, other libraries, and urban high schools. Internal services must be fashioned for a nonresident faculty and a usually older student body. Written by experienced urban university librarians, this handbook will be an invaluable source for their professional colleagues as well as for students of library science.

Librarians As Community Partners

Author : Carol Smallwood
ISBN : 9780838910061
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Including 64 focused snapshots of outreach in action, this resource reflects the creative solutions of librarians searching for new and innovative ways to build programs that meet customer needs while expanding the librarys scope into the community.

Academic Librarianship Today

Author : Todd Gilman
ISBN : 9781442278769
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Intended for use by both librarians and students in LIS programs, Academic Librarianship Today is the most current, comprehensive overview of the field available today. Key features include: Each chapter was commissioned specifically for this new book, and the authors are highly regarded academic librarians or library school faculty— or both Cutting-edge topics such as open access, copyright, digital curation and preservation, emerging technologies, new roles for academic librarians, cooperative collection development and resource sharing, and patron-driven acquisitions are explored in depth Each chapter ends with thought-provoking questions for discussion and carefully constructed assignments that faculty can assign or adapt for their courses The book begins with Gilman’s introduction, an overview that briefly synthesizes the contents of the contributors’ chapters by highlighting major themes. The main part of the book is organized into three parts: The Academic Library Landscape Today, Academic Librarians and Services Today, and Changing Priorities, New Directions.

Handbook Of Academic Writing For Librarians

Author : Christopher Vance Hollister
ISBN : 083898648X
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Developed with the intention to serve primarily as a reference tool for the community of library and information science (LIS) professionals who are either required or encouraged to publish in the professional literature, or who simply desire to do so. Also developed for the audience of LIS students who have curricular requirements to write academic papers, or who intend to pursue careers in librarianship that may involve varying forms of professional writing.

Managing In The Middle

Author : Robert Farrell (Professor)
ISBN : 9780838911617
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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"Fully a third of all library supervisors are "managing in the middle: " reporting to top-level managers while managing teams of peers or paraprofessional staff in some capacity. This practical handbook is here to assist middle managers navigate their way through the challenges of multitasking and continual gear-shifting. The broad range of contributors from academic and public libraries in this volume help librarians face personal and professional challenges by Linking theoretical ideas about mid-level management to real-world situations Presenting ways to sharpen crucial skills such as communication, productivity, delegation, and performance management Offering specific advice on everything from supervision to surviving layoffs Being a middle manager can be a difficult job, but the range of perspectives in this book offer strategies and tips to make it easier."

Handbook Of Federal Librarianship 3rd Edition

ISBN : 9781312583818
Genre : Reference
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This third edition of the Federal Librarians Handbook was released by the Library of Congress, FEDLINK Program on October 6, 2014 and is intended to be a critical resource for librarians working across the spectrum of federal libraries.

Strategic Marketing For Libraries

Author : Elizabeth J. Wood
ISBN : 0313244057
Genre : Business & Economics
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Discusses how marketing principles fit into library operations and planning. Stresses market segmentation, marketing opportunity analysis and principles of strategic planning.

The Handbook Of Art And Design Librarianship

Author : Amanda Gluibizzi
ISBN : 9781856047029
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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While much attention has been paid to art librarianship as it exists in museum settings, comparatively less notice has been taken of academic and art-and-design-school art librarianship as a distinct focus. However, the skills of subject specialists in the arts and their advocacy on behalf of their users are fundamental elements in vital art libraries that fully support and anticipate the needs of artists, designers, architects, and the historians who study these disciplines. Put together by an international team of contributors, this essential handbook examines methods of innovative librarianship in academic and art school libraries throughout the world. With a focus on the intersection of best practice and best opportunities, the book brings together the philosophies and realities of the most creative librarians working in the field of art librarianship today and serves as a field guide to academic art libraries in the twenty-first century. Key discussions include: the role of liaison to the visual arts visual literacy for highly literate viewers art history pedagogy and special collections technology in an art and design library collection management, renewal, and de-accession new forms of scholarly communication and their impact on art librarianship the making of the 21st century art library. Readership: This timely book is essential reading for all information professionals working in art and design environments. It will also be of interest to students of librarianship interested in the challenges currently facing professionals working in this specialized area.

Academic Libraries

Author : Gerard B. McCabe
ISBN : 0313285977
Genre : Education
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At the end of the 20th century, college and university libraries face enormous challenges and opportunities. Libraries must fight for increasingly limited resources at a time when expenses continue to spiral. This volume offers academic administrators and librarians a better understanding of the issues facing the library during this time of change, and the role of the library in the evolving campus of the future.

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