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British librarianship and information work 2006-2010 By J. H. Bowman
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This is the latest in an important series of reviews going back to 1928. The book contains 26 chapters, written by experts in their field, and reviews developments in the principal aspects of British... More > librarianship and information work in the years 2006-2010.< Less
Prison Librarianship: Tips from the Inside for Those on the Outside By Andrew Hart
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Prison Librarianship gives helpful tips for those interested in the interesting field of prison library services.
Handbook of Federal Librarianship, 3rd Edition By ALA FAFLRT
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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... More > across the spectrum of federal libraries.< Less
Never Enough Singing By Melody Layton McMahon
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A compilation of essays on hymns--historical, musical, and spiritual reflections on the favorite hymns of ATLA Singers.
Balanced Libraries: Thoughts on Continuity and Change By Walt Crawford
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A library system that stands still is unbalanced and headed for trouble. A library staff obsessed with Hot New Things and aiming for new users at the expense of familiar services and existing patrons... More > is unbalanced and headed for trouble. Very few libraries fall into either extreme, but sometimes it seems as though we’re urged toward one extreme. This book grew, indirectly, out of discussions surrounding and emanating from “Library 2.0”—the ideas, the set of initiatives and the term itself. I believe those discussions have shifted toward more balanced approaches. This book aims to develop and continue those discussions. It is divided into three sections, not including the first and last two chapters. Three chapters discuss the library and its community. Four chapters discuss barriers to change. The remainder of the book discusses positive aspects of change.< Less
Balanced Libraries: Thoughts on Continuity and Change By Walt Crawford
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A library system that stands still is unbalanced and headed for trouble. A library staff obsessed with Hot New Things and aiming for new users at the expense of familiar services and existing patrons... More > is unbalanced and headed for trouble. Very few libraries fall into either extreme, but sometimes it seems as though we’re urged toward one extreme. This book grew, indirectly, out of discussions surrounding and emanating from “Library 2.0”—the ideas, the set of initiatives and the term itself. I believe those discussions have shifted toward more balanced approaches. This book aims to develop and continue those discussions. It is divided into three sections, not including the first and last two chapters. Three chapters discuss the library and its community. Four chapters discuss barriers to change. The remainder of the book discusses positive aspects of change.< Less
Library 2.0: A Cites & Insights Reader By Walt Crawford
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This Cites & Insights Reader combines five essays on Library 2.0 that appeared between 2006 and 2011, with no textual changes from the original essays but arranged for easy reading and with an... More > index added.< Less
Library 2.0: A Cites & Insights Reader By Walt Crawford
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This Cites & Insights Reader combines five essays on Library 2.0 that appeared between 2006 and 2011, with no textual changes from the original essays but arranged for easy reading and with an... More > index added.< Less
homeschoolers and the Public Library: A Case Study By Scott Stanton
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Homeschooling is a steadily growing phenomenon in the United States. Public Libraries are receiving a correspondingly higher level of demand for materials and services from this expanding user... More > group. While libraries may not always be sure how to best serve homeschoolers within the context of their own staff and resource constraints, homeschoolers and public libraries are natural allies. This book provides an in depth review of recent research concerning the use of public libraries by homeschoolers as well as the results of on-site research conducted during a twelve week targeted program for homeschoolers at a community branch library in Connecticut. A contribution to understanding what homeschooling patrons really want from the library and how these needs can be reasonably met. The book also contains suggestions for successful service to this patron group and a model for a successful twelve week program for use in public libraries.< Less
homeschoolers and the Public Library: A Case Study By Scott Stanton
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Homeschooling is a steadily growing phenomenon in the United States. Public Libraries are receiving a correspondingly higher level of demand for materials and services from this expanding user... More > group. While libraries may not always be sure how to best serve homeschoolers within the context of their own staff and resource constraints, homeschoolers and public libraries are natural allies. This book provides an in depth review of recent research concerning the use of public libraries by homeschoolers as well as the results of on-site research conducted during a twelve week targeted program for homeschoolers at a community branch library in Connecticut. A contribution to understanding what homeschooling patrons really want from the library and how these needs can be reasonably met. The book also contains suggestions for successful service to this patron group and a model for a successful twelve week program for use in public libraries.< Less