1 edition of One-person librarianship found in the catalog.
|Series||The one-person library, SMR special report ;, no. 3, One-person library (SMR International), SMR special report ;, #3.|
|LC Classifications||Z711 .O52 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||97169861|
one person, the long library table in the center, the easy chairs facing towards librarianship, the library school attempts to fill in some of the gaps in undergraduate education. All of which means that progress Training of Rare Book Librarians. Book Description Managing the one-person library provides a useful and needed resource for solo librarians confronted with the challenges of running a small library. The author uniquely focuses on topics encountered by solo librarians, such as IT troubleshooting and library security.
A librarian is everyone's friend. People grow up in libraries. Babies come in with their parents for lap-sit, then for storytime as preschoolers. In grade school they might join Summer Reading Club, then the teen group. On to scholarship searches. Well, I want to become a librarian and I do love reading! I work as a paraprofessional now and am almost done with my MLIS. Here are some of the real reasons I want to become a librarian: because it is a service profession and I enjoy working with people and helping them find the information they need; because I enjoy research; because I get to work .
"Solo librarians must be everything and everyone to serve their clients well, whether they are physically present in their libraries or not." — Larry Cooperman, Managing the One-Person Library In this interview, Larry Cooperman describes his experience with and what draws him to solo librarianship. Larry is the author of Managing the One-Person Library, a Chandos . One Person, No Vote: How Voter Suppression Is Destroying Our Democracy African Americans in Libraries and Librarianship (19) Book Club Books (10) Books Data Information (6) DVD Streaming Video (1) Helping Libraries Get Funding (1) .
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Guy St. Clair (born ) is an American educator, author, and knowledge services specialist. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Illinois. He founded the One-Person Librarian newsletter, coining the term "one-person librarian", now referred One-person librarianship book as "solo librarianship." He One-person librarianship book a past-president (–) of the Special Libraries Association (SLA).Alma mater: University of Virginia.
The book inspires one to think critically about their profession and the role the librarian plays within the community. It encourages a call to action. Some call it a manifesto, and I would agree.
Be prepared to be challenged and changed by the concepts found within the Atlas of Cited by: Hauptman's "Ethics and Librarianship" is a landmark book about the issue of ethics and libraries in our society. It covers every major ethical problem posed to librarians today and offers insightful and good-common-sense approaches to these dilemmas.
I have used this book for a paper on ethics and virtual reference by: His most daringly political, sexually transgressive, and moving novel in well over a decade" (Vanity Fair).Winner of a Lambda Literary Award A New York Times bestselling novel of desire, secrecy, and sexual identity, In One Person is a story of unfulfilled lovetormented, funny, and affectingand an impassioned embrace of our sexual differences.
Billy, the bisexual/5. Managing the one-person library provides a useful and needed resource for solo librarians confronted with the challenges of running a small library. The author uniquely focuses on topics encountered by solo librarians, such as IT troubleshooting and library security. In One Person/Multiple Careers, Marci Alboher simply and clearly provides both anecdotal evidence and effective tools to help any person trying to expand the boundaries of their work life.
The book is both solid journalism as well as a real gift for those who find themselves struggling to determine how to shape their careers/5. Get this from a library.
The essential OPL, the best of seven years of The one-person library, a newsletter for librarians and management. [Judith A Siess; Jonathan Lorig;] -- "The Essential OPL, gives you the very best of The One-Person Library: A Newsletter for Librarians and Management and covers the first seven years of OPL under the editorial.
librarianship is the conditio sine qua non for this self-knowledge, i.e., a definition in which "what is unique to librarianship and makes it what it is, differentiating it from all the other forms of human activity," is accu-rately expressed.' 5 A good definition is, therefore, of crucial importance in.
One person performs the jobs of several. This can create a lot of stress and frustration. Perhaps one of the biggest hurdles for a prison librarian is money.
Most of the time, the prison library is low on the list of the prison’s priorities and is overlooked. Book donations are a prison library’s lifeblood. The bulk of that time I have spent in the public library environment, first as director of the Virginia Beach Public Library, and since as Director of Virginia's largest public library, the branch Fairfax County Public Library in northern Virginia outside of Washington, D.C.
When It’s Just You – The Challenges of Solo Librarianship Jennifer A. Bartlett Unlike librarians working on the daily basis with other librarians and staff, when you work by yourself, the buck stops with you.
One-person libraries can be a professionally isolated environment, but at the same time stimulating and : Jennifer A. Bartlett. The carpet was khaki, the lights yellow, the walls a dishwater beige.
The basement computer lab in Midtown Manhattan didn’t have much ambience. But 20 librarians from the New York Public Library. Judith A. Siess is a recognized expert in one-person librarianship and interpersonal networking. She has been the editor/publisher of The One-Person Library: A Newsletter for Librarians and Management since and has drawn from her over twenty years' experience for six books, including The New OPL Sourcebook: A Guide for Solo and Small Libraries (Information Today.
CHICAGO – More than 4, librarians, exhibitors and guests convened in Cleveland to reflect and rethink the role of academic librarians in a changing and challenging society. With the theme “Recasting the Narrative,” the ACRL Conference, presented by the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), was held April at the Huntington Convention Center of.
One of the eternal debates of librarianship in the 21st century is what it means to serve: who serves, and who is served, and who benefits from the serving. one person at a time. Joy Harjo, Discworld, and Some Thoughts on Henry Kissinger May 1, by Book Marks.
My First Thriller: Michael Connelly May 7, by Rick Pullen. Get this from a library. The new OPL sourcebook: a guide for solo and small libraries. [Judith A Siess] -- This updated and expanded edition of the essential guide for small and one-person libraries (OPLs) covers virtually every key management topic of interest to OPLs.
In addition to offering a wealth of. My book, Managing the One Person Library, contains several case studies dealing with the importance of computer troubleshooting (found in Chapter 5), which is an important skill for solo librarians to have (given that IT assistance may be far away or not available at all).
Below is a humorous flowchart that deals with improving a solo librarian’s computer troubleshooting skills. Judith A. Siess is a recognized expert in one-person librarianship and interpersonal networking.
She was the editor and publisher of The One-Person Library: A Newsletter for Librarians and Management from and is the author of articles for publications such as American Libraries and Searcher.
An active member of SLA sinceshe was the inaugural chair of Author: Ms. OPL. Library science (often termed library studies, bibliothecography, library economy, and informatics) is an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary field that applies the practices, perspectives, and tools of management, information technology, education, and other areas to libraries; the collection, organization, preservation, and dissemination of information resources; and the political.
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This book, philosophical and provocative, summarizes Dr Rogers' experience. Non-technical in its language, it is not only for psychologists and psychiatrists, but for teachers and counsellors, religious and social workers, labour-management specialists and anyone interested in 'becoming'.Resources on setting up a small special library, including medical libraries, corporate libraries, and one person libraries.
Building & Running a Small Resource Center: A Toolkit A very useful step-by-step guide to setting up a small resource center/library that was created by the Alzheimer's Association Benjamin B. Green-Field National Library Author: Ala Library.Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
The new OPL sourcebook by Judith A. Siess,Information Today edition, in English The future of one-person librarianship: Business, management, and economics: Computers and the Web: Resources.
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