Publications to help you transform your library
A Social Networking Primer for Librarians gives librarians a start-to-finish guide to the basics for using and maximizing popular social networking sites in all types of libraries.
Transforming the Physical Space of the Library
The article outlines how libraries can bring ebooks into their collections. It discusses the advantages and disadvantages of ebooks for libraries and the importance of getting community input to inform any shift to digital media.
This issue of Library Technology Reports analyzes five different academic libraries to better understand their investments, detailing the outcome thus far and drawing conclusions about the next-generation catalog.
These training cards are designed to provide an easy introduction to what bias is, how it can appear in work settings, and how individuals can work to overcome existing biases.
Supporting this growing population is a concern of many, and this book will help you find ways to be creative and take the initiative to build a better service model for these customers.
The ALA online store provides a section on budgeting issues.
Offering multiple perspectives from electronic resource professionals at world-renowned libraries such as Harvard, the University of Michigan, Duke, and Northeastern, this book provides a comprehensive and well-rounded e-book education. Success stories highlight each chapter’s lessons, giving you real-world examples of effective e-book implementation in both school and public libraries.