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Carrie Russell’s copyright guide for K-12 librarians and educators

CHICAGO — School librarians and educators have specific copyright questions that are often glossed over in larger books on the subject. Now, thanks to copyright authority Carrie Russell, there’s a resource just for them. “Complete Copyright for K–12 Librarians and Educators,” published by ALA Editions, offers clear guidance for providing materials to students while carefully observing copyright law.

A complete toolkit for library marketing

CHICAGO — As libraries continue to fight for their survival amid growing expectations, competition from online sources and wavering public perceptions, effective marketing is increasingly becoming a critical tool to ensure the continued support of users, stakeholders and society as a whole.

A LITA guide to managing electronic resources

CHICAGO — Electronic resource management encompasses much more than turning on and off resources and tracking usage. Presented by the Library and Information Technology Association (LITA), “Managing Electronic Resources,” published by Neal-Schuman Publishers, provides advice on the tools and best practices of the field, helping librarians tackle their workload while saving time, effort and money.

Social media in reference eCourse back by popular demand

CHICAGO — By popular demand, ALA Editions announces a new session of its facilitated eCourse, Reference Through Social Media: Developing Standards, Guidelines, and Policies. Sarah Steiner will serve as instructor for a three-week facilitated eCourse starting on Oct. 29, 2012.

The definitive textbook for students of information science

CHICAGO — Leading international scholars offer a global perspective on the discipline in “Introduction to Information Science,” published by Neal-Schuman Publishers and designed to be the standard text for students worldwide.

Building and managing e-book collections

CHICAGO — Beginning with a short history of e-books and a review of the e-book publishing industry, “Building and Managing E-Book Collections: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians,” published by Neal-Schuman Publishers, provides a thorough treatment of collection development issues, including the selection process and development policies, the use of approval plans, patron-driven acquisition and practical solutions for creating e-book collection policies.

Getting the most out of information from social media tools

CHICAGO — A must-have for competitive and business researchers, librarians, information professionals, intelligence analysts, students and marketers, “Social Information: Gaining Competitive and Business Information Using Social Media Tools,” published by Chandos Publishing and available through Neal-Schuman Publishers,  explores how information available through traditional business and competitive resources can be complemented by

Putting Google and other social media sites to work for your library

CHICAGO — Many libraries and museums have already adapted to the current information climate and work with Google, Facebook, Twitter and iTunes to deliver information to their users—but not all.  In “Google This!

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