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by Laura Bowering Mullen

Open Access and its Practical Impact on the Work of Academic Librarians: Collection Development, Public Services, and the Library and Information ... (Chandos Information Professional Series) download ebook
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1843345935
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978-1843345930
Author:
Laura Bowering Mullen
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Chandos Publishing; 1 edition (January 13, 2010)
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254 pages
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Collection Development, Public Services, and the Library and Information Science Literature.

Collection Development, Public Services, and the Library and Information Science Literature. Authors: Laura Bowering Mullen.

Laura Bowering Mullen . This book is aimed at the practicing academic librarian, especially those working on the front lines of reference, instruction, collection development, and other capacities that involve dealing directly with library patrons in a time of changing scholarly communication paradigms.

The work of subject liaison librarians in academic libraries has morphed to include a variety of roles that reach beyond the traditional.

Cite this publication. Laura Bowering Mullen. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Do you want to read the rest of this chapter? Request full-text. The work of subject liaison librarians in academic libraries has morphed to include a variety of roles that reach beyond the traditional. The questionnaire contains eight demographic questions, five. by Laura Bowering Mullen. This book is aimed at the practicing academic librarian, especially those working on the ‘front lines’ of reference, instruction, collection development, and other capacities that involve dealing directly with library patrons in a time of changing scholarly communication paradigms.

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Whether a librarian is a general reference librarian or a government information specialist, the GPO provides opportunities for training on the location and use of government publications, as well as other on-related topics.

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A practical work outlining the theory and practice of using active learning techniques in library settings

A practical work outlining the theory and practice of using active learning techniques in library settings. It explains the theory of active learning and argues for its importance in our teaching and is illustrated using a large number of examples of techniques that can be easily transferred and used in teaching library and information skills to a range of learners within all library sectors. These practical examples recognise that for most of us involved in teaching library and information skills the one off session is the norm.

This book is aimed at the practicing academic librarian, especially those working on the ‘front lines’ of reference, instruction, collection development, and other capacities that involve dealing directly with library patrons in a time of changing scholarly communication paradigms. The book looks at open access from the perspective of a practicing academic librarian and challenges fellow librarians to continue the dialogue about how the movement might be affecting day-to-day library work and the future of academic libraries.Written by a practicing academic librarian with many years experience in reference, as well as in collection development and faculty liaison rolesWritten with the “front-line academic librarian in mind from a practical point of viewContains numerous references to refer the reader to many open access resources; includes extensive footnotes for further reading