8 edition of Reference librarianship found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Statement||Charles R. Anderson, Peter Sprenkle.|
|LC Classifications||Z711 .A394 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0789029472, 0789029480|
|ISBN 10||9780789029478, 9780789029485|
|LC Control Number||2005034843|
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Reference Librarianship & Justice: History, Practice & Praxis exemplifies its call for an emphasis on social justice and shared ways of knowing in reference librarianship by incorporating contributors with diverse experiences with reference librarianship, as well as maintaining an inclusive definition of reference librarianship and a flexible organizational structure. The Author: Julie M. Porterfield. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, an international and refereed journal, publishes articles that focus on problems and issues germane to college and university libraries. JAL provides a forum for authors to present research findings and, where applicable, their practical applications and significance; analyze policies, practices, issues.
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Reference Librarianship documents a year in the life of a young librarian working in the “trenches” at a library in the Midwestern United States. This one-of-a-kind book provides a daily diary of every librarian/patron transaction—no matter how mundane or absurd—to demonstrate not only how advances in technology have affected the.
The book’s three sections explore the praxis, history and practice of reference librarianship in the context of social justice. Praxis grounds us theoretically while seeking to trouble and broaden traditional academic conventions, drawing on diverse epistemological frameworks and disciplines both inside and outside of LIS : Litwin Books.
Reference librarians recommend, interpret, evaluate, and/or use information resources to help patrons with specific information needs. Requests for assistance often occur in person at the library, reference is increasingly conducted by phone, chat and email.
In small libraries all librarians may be called upon to perform reference duties; in large and/or academic libraries. Guide to Reference, published in as the online successor to Guide to Reference Books, was a selective guide to the best print and online reference editorial team of reference librarians and subject experts selected and annotated.
Danika’s post that asked how well we would do on the bookseller’s quiz show got me thinking about some of the best questions I was asked when I worked as a reference librarian. Reference librarianship book Anyone who knows anything about libraries knows that all patron interactions are private and that librarians never, ever share information about those who ask questions or seek advice.
The Roles of Reference Librarians assesses the current state of reference librarianship and anticipates that the quickly-changing trends of today will not diminish the importance of reference librarians tomorrow. As the book illustrates, with up-to-date skills and knowledge reference librarians can reshape reference services Reference librarianship book ensure that.
Book Reviews. Reference Librarianship & Justice: History, Practice & Praxis. Kate Adler, Ian Beilin, and Eamon Tewell, eds. Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press, Author: Elise Ferer. Reference Librarianship documents a year in the life of a young librarian working in the "trenches" at a library in the Midwestern United States.
This one-of-a-kind book provides a daily diary of every librarian/patron transaction—no matter how mundane or absurd—to demonstrate not only how advances in technology have affected the reference. With the appearance of big data, open data, and particularly research data curation on many libraries' radar screens, data service has become a critically important topic for academic libraries.
Drawing on the expertise of a diverse community of practitioners, this collection of case studies, original research, survey chapters, and theoretical explorations presents a. The book’s three sections explore the praxis, history and practice of reference librarianship in the context of social justice.
Praxis grounds us theoretically while seeking to trouble and broaden traditional academic conventions, drawing on diverse epistemological frameworks and disciplines both inside and outside of LIS literatures. Coauthored by Charles R.
Anderson, a retired reference librarian with many years of experience in “the trenches,” and Peter Sprenkle, a reference librarian in a large public library, this book captures most of the pain and very little of the glory of contemporary reference : Patricia L.
Mongelia. Reference Librarian: Job Description, Reference librarians require a significant amount of formal education. Learn about the education, job duties and requirements to see if this is the right.
Vibiana Bowman Cvetkovic is Reference Librarian and Web Administrator at the Paul Robeson Library, Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey. Her other books include Scholarly Resources for Children and Childhood Studies: A Research Guide and Annotated has also published in various refereed journals and library and information science publications.
"Reference work often receives short shrift in the contemporary discourse and practice of librarianship. Reference Librarianship & Justice: History, Practice & Praxis highlights the unique position of reference librarianship, a liminal and dialectical space, potentially distinct from the power dynamics of classroom instruction and singular in.
Vintage and modern librarianship eBooks free. Library management & administration, classifying books, book catalogs, reference works, reading guides, school libraries, academic library management, public libraries, information management, history of librarianship. Map Librarianship identifies basic geoliteracy concepts and enhances reference and instruction skills by providing details on finding, downloading, delivering, and assessing maps, remotely sensed imagery, and other geospatial resources and services, primarily from trusted government sources.
By offering descriptions of traditional maps. Reference Librarianship documents a year in the life of a young librarian working in the “trenches” at a library in the Midwestern United States. This one-of-a-kind book provides a daily diary of every librarian/patron transaction—no matter how mundane or absurd—to demonstrate not only how advances in technology have affected the Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Get this from a library. Reference librarianship: notes from the trenches. [Charles R Anderson; Peter Sprenkle] -- "A daily diary of actual interactions between a reference desk librarian and his patrons Reference Librarianship documents a year in the life of a young librarian working in the "trenches" at a.
Editorial Objectives. The Advances in Librarianship Series seeks to publish in-depth chapters in all areas of library and information science and in all types of settings in which information is developed, accessed, preserved, and delivered.
It aims to provide critical analyses of issues which are current and timely in a rapidly changing information world. Books shelved as librarianship: This Book Is Overdue!: How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save Us All by Marilyn Johnson, The Organization of Information.
The RUSA Isadore Gilbert Mudge Award was established in This award presents a monetary prize of $5,* and a citation to an individual who has made a distinguished contribution to reference librarianship.
This contribution may include an imaginative and constructive program in a particular library; authorship of a significant book or.Harrod's Librarians' Glossary of Terms Used in Librarianship, Documentation and the Book Crafts and Reference Books (Harrod's Librarians' Glossary and Reference Book) by Prytherch, Ray, Harrod, Leonard Montague and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Check the full Harvard referencing guide for more material types.
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