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An introduction to staff development in academic libraries

An introduction to staff development in academic libraries

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Academic librarians -- In-service training,
  • Library education (Continuing education),
  • Academic librarians -- Training of,
  • Academic libraries -- United States -- Personnel management -- Case studies,
  • Library education -- United States -- Case studies,
  • Career development

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Elizabeth Connor.
    GenreCase studies.
    ContributionsConnor, Elizabeth, MLS.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ682.4.C63 I58 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17009930M
    ISBN 100789038447, 0789038455, 0203883004
    ISBN 109780789038449, 9780789038456, 9780203883006
    LC Control Number2008032526

      The Library Staff Development Handbook by Mary Grace Flaherty is just the book to guide both the seasoned and newbie library supervisor alike., Journal of the Medical Library Association Librarians and library supervisors who have the responsibility for empowering and nurturing their staffs will find real gems of practical advice, templates Manufacturer: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. An academic library is a library that is attached to a higher education institution and serves two complementary purposes: to support the curriculum, and to support the research of the university faculty and students. It is unknown how many academic libraries there are worldwide. An academic and research portal maintained by UNESCO links to 3, libraries.

    academic libraries have developed workforce development plans and strategies, with a focus on staff skills development, to enable them to do this. 5. The most important qualities an information professional can posses are adaptability, resourcefulness, a habit of looking for. Books. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

    Academic libraries are institutions that are trustworthy knowledge providers. With the proliferation of information, academic libraries can help the communities develop. This study is a social survey research aimed at proffering solutions to the gap experienced between the academic communities, and that of their immediate surroundings. The data for the study were collected through the use of. Purchase Meeting the Needs of Student Users in Academic Libraries - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,


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An indispensable resource for librarians of all roles, the case studies in An Introduction to Staff Development in Academic Libraries demonstrate the necessity and value of integrating the library's mission statement and strategic plan with bold approaches to staff orientation, training, mentoring, and development.

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An Introduction To Staff Development In Academic Libraries book. An Introduction To Staff Development In Academic Libraries book. Edited By Elizabeth Connor. Edition 1st Edition.

First Published eBook Published 1 March Pub. location New York. Imprint : Donna F. Ekart, Jennifer Furrey, Ellen R Urton. Formalizing Staff Development from Inception to Implementation at University of Central Florida Libraries / Cynthia M.

Kisby and Suzanne E. Holler Supporting a Culture of Library Research at the University of Washington at Seattle / Phillip M. Edwards, Elaine Z. Jennerich and Jennifer L. Ward. An Introduction To Staff Development In Academic Libraries By Elizabeth Connor | Pages | ISBN: | PDF | 4 MB. Buy An Introduction To Staff Development In Academic Libraries 1 by Connor, Elizabeth (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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case studies from a wide range of academic libraries internationally, An Introduction to Staff Development in Academic Libraries is geared toward librarians involved in teaching, orienting, training, mentoring, and developing librarians and library staff at colleges and universities.

The ideas and methods described in this book are intended for. Developed by staff of the Idaho Commission for Libraries, this free, online program provides basic library knowledge and skills for staff members who have no formal education in library science.

These courses are organized into 3 key topical areas, Collection Development, Technical Services, and Public Services. Very, very roughly based on my experience in Canada in academic libraries Student Library Assistants - Students hired from the work study program at the university Staff Library Assistants - Full and Part time staff that staff the circulation desk.

The general purpose of this research is to investigate staff development for special library service delivery in Benue state - Nigeria. The specific objectives are to: 1. Ascertain the methods used in staff development in the special libraries in Benue state of Nigeria. "Every aspect of our school library profession builds on a quality school library collection.

You can’t be a stellar school librarian without access to quality school library materials."Read an interview with the author now!Applying an informal and practical approach, Kerby provides beginning librarians with the essential steps to effectively manage a vibrant school library.

Key words: Collection development, policy, techniques, academic, libraries INTRODUCTION Collection development is one of the most challenging and imaginative processes of the library profession whereby, the library staff acquires a variety of materials to. library staff serve on our committees so that the needs of both groups can be defined and met.

The two committees mentioned are the Staff Development Committee and the Social Concerns Committee. The Staff Development Committee, not surprisingly, is the one that is most involved with the actual training aspects of library staff. INTRODUCTION Academic libraries are at a turning point.

Historically, college and university libraries were the natural destination for students, faculty, staff, and researchers seeking information. These users came to the library by default. Academic libraries served as the repository for published information as well as the intermediary for. Academic Library, 2.

Special Library, 3. Public Library, and. National Library. Academic Library: Academic library is the library which is attached to academic institutions like schools, colleges and universities. An academic library serves more specifically the students, research scholars, teachers and staff of the academic institution.

LearnRT’s “TEDx, Boot Camps, and Unconferences: Innovative and Low-Cost Staff Development Events” offered insights on using nontraditional methods to help library staff gain knowledge and insight to better perform their jobs. Janie Hermann, program librarian at Princeton (N.J.) Public Library, described how the library created a camp experience for its staff development day.

Decem The Changing Role of Staff in Libraries. Managing Change. By Emily Kessler. The purpose of today’s academic library is steadfast in its support of scholastic achievement, but the nature in which it achieves that purpose is changing.

Collection Development Section that its worldwide members lacked a handy introduction to this important subject. The guide is intended to be of particular value to staff new to collection development and in areas where there is little written tradition of collection development.

We.One academic expressed the fear that workload pressures on library staff were encouraging librarians to try to make academics self-sufficient in the area of information retrieval. While the academic made her comment in a jocular manner, discussion stimulated by her remark showed that some academic staff.This book is available in e-book format for libraries and individuals through aggregators and other distributors—ask your current vendor or contact us for more information.

Examination copies are available for instructors who are interested in adopting this title for course use. To ensure their libraries survive and thrive, school library managers need to be both responsive and proactive.