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Re-envisioning the MLS - Perspectives on the Future of Library and Information Science Education (Hardcover): Johnna Percell,... Re-envisioning the MLS - Perspectives on the Future of Library and Information Science Education (Hardcover)
Johnna Percell, Lindsay C. Sarin, Paul T. Jaeger, John Carlo Bertot
R1,814 Discovery Miles 18 140 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

At the heart of any discussion about the future of libraries is the future of librarians-and how well our instructional programs, especially the Master of Library Science (MLS) degree, prepare them for their careers. Building on the Re-envisioning the MLS initiative from the University of Maryland's iSchool and the Information Policy & Access Center (iPAC), this book continues the critical conversations around preparing future librarians. Library and information science (LIS) programs are the foundation of librarianship, and their design requires input from everyone in the field-from academics designing programs and courses, to practitioners reflecting on how prepared (or unprepared) they are to serve their communities, to hiring authorities considering qualifications of candidates. The second installment of this two-part volume explores many of the challenges and opportunities inherent in the future of the MLS degree, including the changing nature of the communities that libraries serve and how LIS education should address these changes, how archival training must accommodate big data, the specialized skill sets librarians need on the job, and how best to prepare librarians for their role as educators. These conversations will never be fully resolved, as LIS education must continue to evolve to ensure the efficacy of libraries and the librarians at the heart of the work.

Re-envisioning the MLS - Perspectives on the Future of Library and Information Science Education (Hardcover): Johnna Percell,... Re-envisioning the MLS - Perspectives on the Future of Library and Information Science Education (Hardcover)
Johnna Percell, Lindsay C. Sarin, Paul T. Jaeger, John Carlo Bertot
R1,815 Discovery Miles 18 150 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

At the heart of any discussion about the future of libraries is the future of librarians-and how well our instructional programs, especially the Master of Library Science (MLS) degree, prepare them for their careers. Building on the Re-envisioning the MLS initiative from the University of Maryland's iSchool and the Information Policy & Access Center (iPAC), this book continues the critical conversations around preparing future librarians. Library and information science (LIS) programs are the foundation of librarianship, and their design requires input from everyone in the field-from academics designing programs and courses, to practitioners reflecting on how prepared (or unprepared) they are to serve their communities, to hiring authorities considering qualifications of candidates. The second installment of this two-part volume explores many of the challenges and opportunities inherent in the future of the MLS degree, including the changing nature of the communities that libraries serve and how LIS education should address these changes, how archival training must accommodate big data, the specialized skill sets librarians need on the job, and how best to prepare librarians for their role as educators. These conversations will never be fully resolved, as LIS education must continue to evolve to ensure the efficacy of libraries and the librarians at the heart of the work.

More Book Lust (Paperback): Nancy Pearl More Book Lust (Paperback)
Nancy Pearl
R314 R212 Discovery Miles 2 120 Save R102 (32%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The response to Nancy Pearl's surprise bestseller Book Lust was astounding: the Seattle librarian even became the model for the now-famous Librarian Action Figure. Readers everywhere welcomed Pearl's encyclopedic but discerning filter on books worth reading, and her Rule of 50 (give a book 50 pages before deciding whether to continue; but readers over 50 must read the same number of pages as their age) became a standard MO.

Accompaniment, Community and Nature - Overcoming Isolation, Marginalisation and Alienation Through Meaningful Connection... Accompaniment, Community and Nature - Overcoming Isolation, Marginalisation and Alienation Through Meaningful Connection (Paperback)
Jonathan Herbert
R607 Discovery Miles 6 070 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Has the art of accompaniment been lost in Western culture? Could non-judgemental accompaniment be the answer to rising levels of isolation and loneliness? Could spending time with others from different or marginalised backgrounds reduce feelings of 'otherness' and lead to a more open, trusting society? Exploring the themes above, this welcoming book offers models of relationships, interdependence, and community for individuals who are marginalised from society. It emphasises the importance of being with people and time spent in physical activity and in the natural world, without demands being put on expressing feelings or even speaking out loud. It draws on the author's own vast experience and work with those on the edge of society - including living in a Christian community which welcomes those in terms of crisis, living in a Palestinian village, working with adults with autism and as chaplain to Gypsies and Travellers - providing a varied, insightful and heart-warming view on the benefits of accompaniment.

Providing Reference Services - A Practical Guide for Librarians (Paperback): John Gottfried, Katherine Pennavaria Providing Reference Services - A Practical Guide for Librarians (Paperback)
John Gottfried, Katherine Pennavaria
R1,304 R1,140 Discovery Miles 11 400 Save R164 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Providing Reference Services: A Practical Guide for Librarians was written with the working librarian in mind; it focuses on specific methods and information to help foster effective, exceptional results. Topics covered include: *Reference services: basic information and background *Reference resources and tutorials *Organizing and providing services *Staffing and performance management *Forming helpful partnerships (internal and external) *The future of reference Readers will come away with a solid foundation in reference services. They will have the knowledge to update or restructure an existing reference program, or to create a program from the ground up. Individual chapters and subsections provide constructive tips and advice for specific reference issues. Taken as a whole, this book provides a valuable, inclusive source of information for all major aspects of reference service. Providing Reference Services is an appropriate resource for nearly all librarians in public-service positions, especially those with reference responsibilities, whether they are working reference librarians at any level of experience, reference supervisors, or administrators with oversight of reference services. The content is relevant to academic, public, school, and special libraries-any library or organization, in fact, that offers reference or research assistance.

The Storytime Handbook - A Full Year of Themed Programs, with Crafts and Snacks (Paperback): Nina Schatzkamer Miller The Storytime Handbook - A Full Year of Themed Programs, with Crafts and Snacks (Paperback)
Nina Schatzkamer Miller
R1,187 R1,102 Discovery Miles 11 020 Save R85 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Fresh, fun ideas for children's storytime fill this book. The author is a long-time storytime facilitator and has put together 52 weekly themes plus additional holidays, all with detailed instructions for talking about the theme and choosing the books, crafts, songs, poems, games and snacks. Each storytime idea is illustrated with photographs of the craft and snack for easy reference. Libraries, bookstores, preschools and parents alike can use this book to offer themed storytimes that include discussion, literature, art, music, movement and food. Options are provided for each storytime, so the ideas can be used year after year.

The Librarian's Nitty-Gritty Guide to Social Media (Paperback, New): Laura Solomon The Librarian's Nitty-Gritty Guide to Social Media (Paperback, New)
Laura Solomon
R1,427 Discovery Miles 14 270 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The vast array of social media options present a challenge to today's busy librarians: it's tough to keep current, let alone formulate a plan for using these tools effectively. Solomon, a librarian with extensive experience in web development, design, and technology, cuts to the chase with this invaluable guide to using social media in any kind of library. With a straightforward and pragmatic approach, she enlarges her best-selling ALA Editions Special Report on the topic and Presents an overview of the social media world, providing context for services like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, and analyses how adults' and teens' use of social media impacts the library Offers advice on easy ways to use these tools on a daily basis, with planning strategies for posting and scheduling Addresses the fine points of Facebook, comparing the various types of profiles and accounts Guides readers in the basics of crafting eye-catching status updates, and other social media best practices Shows how to manage and monitor accounts, including pointers on dealing with negative feedback Including a bibliography of additional resources, Solomon's guide will empower libraries to use social media as a powerful tool for marketing, outreach, and advocacy.

Booktalking Bonanza - Ten Ready-to-use Multimedia Sessions for the Busy Librarian (Paperback): Booktalking Bonanza - Ten Ready-to-use Multimedia Sessions for the Busy Librarian (Paperback)
R1,115 Discovery Miles 11 150 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Transform your booktalks to engage your audience! With multimedia infusing nearly every activity, today's audiences from toddlers to elders expect lively, interactive presentations. Now two award-winning experts outline their kid-tested, proven models for enlivening traditional booktalks.Get up to speed with exciting media technologies like YouTube videos, online music, PowerPoint presentations, Internet resources, and audio and video from the library collection, along with food, games, puppets, and magic or science experiments. Using these ten themed step-by-step presentations, it's easy! Quickly add whole new dimensions to the staid booktalk and: actively engage your young audiences; access ready-to-go 30-minute programs; present dynamic, interactive talks; and, enthrall listeners with spellbinding multimedia.Each chapter offers a complete script, along with 'stage directions', that tell, which song or film clip or web link to insert when. End-of-chapter resource lists encourage librarians to tailor the subject matter to grades 4-6 or to YA audiences. Enticing, kid-friendly themes include lightning, wishes, mummies, immigration, dreams, body parts, lies, art, names, and cats and dogs.

A Box Full of Tales - Easy Ways to Share Library Resources Through Story Boxes (Paperback): A Box Full of Tales - Easy Ways to Share Library Resources Through Story Boxes (Paperback)
R1,266 Discovery Miles 12 660 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Story boxes offer a simple method for capturing ideas, talent, creativity, and resources available in your library.Children's programming made easy. Really easy. What librarian doesn't dream of offering more and better children's programs with less effort? After all, these are usually the most popular and sought-after programs in the library. But, they are also the most demanding: any librarian who has put in the sweat and time required to pull together a single quality program will balk at the prospect of putting together eighteen programs per week!In Maryland's Carroll County, story boxes have made this impossible dream come true for twenty years. Now MacMillan, writer, storyteller, and former children's librarian, outlines the proven story box system for sharing an array of successful programs. Including step-by-step instructions from concept through implementation and supplemented by programming tips, ""A Box Full of Tales"" answers all your questions: What is a story box? What goes into a story box? How is one put together? Who can contribute? And, how do you get buy-in from others to share this resource?In addition, find detailed plans for fifty great story boxes including suggested books, fingerplays, songs, props, crafts, and sign language. From ah-chooi to antlers, from monkey business to zoo escapes, ""A Box Full of Tales"" is an easy way to offer winning, stress-free library programs for children without the headaches and the hassles. You can make the impossible happen when you share resources with story boxes!

Government Information in Canada - Access and Stewardship (Paperback): Amanda Wakaruk, Sam-chin Li Government Information in Canada - Access and Stewardship (Paperback)
Amanda Wakaruk, Sam-chin Li; Contributions by Graeme John Campbell, Talia Chung, Sandra Lynn Craig, …
R1,680 R1,303 Discovery Miles 13 030 Save R377 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Public access to government information forms the foundation of a healthy liberal democracy. Because this information can be precarious, it needs stewardship. Government Information in Canada provides analysis about the state of Canadian government information publishing. Experts from across the country draw on decades of experience to offer a broad, well-founded survey of history, procedures, and emerging issues-particularly the challenges faced by practitioners during the transition of government information from print to digital access. This is an indispensable book for librarians, archivists, researchers, journalists, and everyone who uses government information and wants to know more about its publication, circulation, and retention. Contributors: Graeme Campbell, Talia Chung, Sandra Craig, Peter Ellinger, Darlene Fichter, Michelle Lake, Sam-chin Li, Steve Marks, Maureen Martyn, Catherine McGoveran, Martha Murphy, Dani J. Pahulje , Susan Paterson , Carol Perry, Caron Rollins, Gregory Salmers, Tom J. Smyth, Brian Tobin, Amanda Wakaruk, Nicholas Worby

Det Kongelige Biblioteks Handskriftsamling: Guide for Users (Hardcover): Birgitte Possing Det Kongelige Biblioteks Handskriftsamling: Guide for Users (Hardcover)
Birgitte Possing
R1,576 R1,247 Discovery Miles 12 470 Save R329 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Text in Danish. User's manual for the collection of letters and manuscripts and the archives of private individuals held by The Royal Library in Copenhagen. The book covers more than 11,000 acquisitions from The Manuscript Department. Includes an English Summary.

Bringing the Arts into the Library (Paperback, New ed.): Carol Smallwood Bringing the Arts into the Library (Paperback, New ed.)
Carol Smallwood
R1,379 Discovery Miles 13 790 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Using a library's facilities to bring arts to the community is a wonderful marketing and outreach opportunity, a tangible way to show the public that libraries offer value, thus shoring up grassroots support. Editor Smallwood has combed the country finding examples of programs implemented by a variety of different types of libraries to enrich, educate, and entertain patrons through the arts. Her book shares such successful efforts as Poetry programs in the public library Gatherings for local authors at the community college Creative writing in middle schools Multicultural arts presentations at the university library Initiatives to fight illiteracy through the arts The amazing creativity and resourcefulness found in each example provide practical models which can be adapted to any library environment, inspiring librarians looking for unique programming ideas.

Graphic Novels in Your School Library (Paperback): Jesse Karp Graphic Novels in Your School Library (Paperback)
Jesse Karp; Illustrated by Rush Kress
R1,382 Discovery Miles 13 820 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Many educators now agree that graphic novels inform as well as entertain, and to dismiss the educational potential of the graphic novel is to throw away a golden opportunity to reach out to young readers. This dynamic book takes a look at the term "graphic novel," how the format has become entwined in our culture, and the ways in which graphic novels can be used in the library and in the classroom. To set those unfamiliar with the format at ease, graphic novel expert Karp - Introduces the history, the symbols, and the conventions of the form - Provides annotated lists of core titles to help K-12 librarians build their collections - Offers lesson plans that use graphic novels to impart facts and enliven discussion on everything from life skills and dating to history A one-stop resource which keeps the school library firmly at center stage, this eye-opening book will change your view of graphic novels.

Children's Jukebox - The Select Subject Guide to Children's Musical Recordings (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Children's Jukebox - The Select Subject Guide to Children's Musical Recordings (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
R1,517 Discovery Miles 15 170 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

When it comes to keeping children engaged, take a clue from the Pied Piper: Music does the trick. The 548 recordings listed in ""Children's Jukebox"" offer a rich source of largely untapped material to energize children's experiences with storytimes or classroom presentations.This new must-have reference doubles the number of musical recordings from the first edition with selections sorted into 147 subject headings, plus subcategories. It's easy to: find the right song for the right occasion; learn about little-known songs discovered by the author; access web-based resources for more information on the artists and to order popular or hard-to-find recordings; and plan collection development and programming using the in-depth resources of the comprehensive discography.These nearly 550 children's recordings are among the best of the best, including Parent's Choice Award winners, ALA Notable Recordings, Grammy Award winners, and ""sleeper"" recordings the author discovered over many years of reviewing for School Library Journal and Booklist. The 45 recommendations for a core children's music collection provides librarians the essentials for a well-balanced collection.All children's librarians, school librarians, preschool, early childhood, elementary and head start educators - even parents - will want to put their hands on ""Children's Jukebox!

Protecting Intellectual Freedom in Your Public Library (Paperback, New): June Pinell-Stephens Protecting Intellectual Freedom in Your Public Library (Paperback, New)
June Pinell-Stephens
R1,367 Discovery Miles 13 670 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

There is arguably no arena more contentious in the battle over intellectual freedom (IF) than the public library. When confronted with challenges like censorship and policy disputes, public librarians and paraprofessionals need reliable how-to guidance, and Pinnell-Stephens offers exactly that in this valuable resource. Chock-full of case studies, real-life examples, and hypothetical scenarios, this book provides An easy and thoroughly engaging way to introduce new employees to basic IF concepts Incisive analysis of how IF plays out in the world of public libraries Practical advice on how to effectively handle intellectual freedom challenges Numerous sidebars, written by IF expert Deborah Caldwell-Stone, detailing copyright laws, statutes, past court cases, and sample policies A concise summary of what s at stake and how to react, Protecting Intellectual Freedom in Your Public Library will prepare public library personnel to face the issues at hand.

Computers in Libraries - AN INTRODUCTION FOR LIBRARY TECHNICIANS (Paperback, New): Katie Wilson Computers in Libraries - AN INTRODUCTION FOR LIBRARY TECHNICIANS (Paperback, New)
Katie Wilson
R969 Discovery Miles 9 690 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Keep pace with the constant technological changes you face every day as a library technician Computers in Libraries examines the impact of integrated library management systems, digital resources, and the Internet on the functions and operations of library technicians and assistants. The book provides a practical understanding of library system software, networks, online information and access, portals, open URL linking, and the fusion of digital and print collections. Each chapter opens with definitions of the most commonly used terms and closes with review questions for classroom use, making it equally valuable as a textbook and as a professional resource for updating work skills. The roles of library technicians and assistants have changed dramatically in the past twenty years as computers have transformed every area of day-to-day library operations. And nowhere have those changes been more obvious than when dealing with online data that hasn't undergone the same quality control and selection processes traditionally used with library resources. As ordering and cataloging processes have been streamlined, and reference and research services have been turned into twenty-four hour help centers, Computers in Libraries is a practical guide to keeping pace with the changes you face every day, in every aspect of your work. Computers in Libraries examines: how computers work Internet protocols and applications integrated management system structure and administration acquisitions financial management online cataloging standards circulation parameters and policies course reserves serials control the Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) resource sharing standards searching online databases creating online content digital libraries and electronic publishing bibliographic standards and practices Computers in Libraries is an important resource for library professionals striving to stay a step ahead in their field and for students who will need to be up to speed on the technological aspects of library work.

Cooperation and Collaboration Initiatives for Libraries and Related Institutions (Hardcover): Collence Takaingenhamo Chisita Cooperation and Collaboration Initiatives for Libraries and Related Institutions (Hardcover)
Collence Takaingenhamo Chisita
R5,210 Discovery Miles 52 100 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

At a time when budgets are dwindling, libraries must overcome insularity through collaborative initiatives that allow them to support each other through resource sharing and networking. These collaborative networks can expand beyond libraries to include cooperative efforts with archives and museums in order to surpass challenges in the digital era. Cooperation and Collaboration Initiatives for Libraries and Related Institutions is a critical research publication that explores digital advancements in library collaborative technologies and the steps needed to implement them in order to achieve institutional goals. Featuring topics such as e-records, policymaking, and open educational resources, this book is essential for librarians, archival staff, museum staff, knowledge managers, policymakers, educators, and researchers.

Dot Grid Graph Design - Paper a Dotted Matrix and Sketch Book for Design Calligraphy (Paperback): Narika Publishing Dot Grid Graph Design - Paper a Dotted Matrix and Sketch Book for Design Calligraphy (Paperback)
Narika Publishing
R145 Discovery Miles 1 450 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Storytimes for Everyone! - Developing Young Children's Language and Literacy (Paperback): Saroj Nadkarni Ghoting, Pamela... Storytimes for Everyone! - Developing Young Children's Language and Literacy (Paperback)
Saroj Nadkarni Ghoting, Pamela Martin-Diaz
R1,587 R1,361 Discovery Miles 13 610 Save R226 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"Recognizing that informed, caring adults are critical to supporting early literacy development, this important resource builds on the concepts introduced in the second edition of the ALSC/PLA Every Child Ready to Read(r) initiative. Offering practical suggestions for incorporating early literacy information and strategies into the storytime setting, early literacy authorities Ghoting and Martin-Diaz Explain how young children develop knowledge critical for reading comprehension Discuss five vital storytime practices (singing, talking, reading, writing, and playing) which adults can be taught to use at home Present dozens of storytimes for babies/toddlers, twos, and preschoolers, that engage adults while keeping their children in focus Address how young bilingual children acquire language, and other current research Featuring a variety of songs, projects, and activities, this book can be used at the library, at home, or anywhere else storytimes take place.&quo

Dot Grid Graph Design - Paper a Dotted Matrix and Sketch Book for Design Calligraphy (Paperback): Narika Publishing Dot Grid Graph Design - Paper a Dotted Matrix and Sketch Book for Design Calligraphy (Paperback)
Narika Publishing
R145 Discovery Miles 1 450 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Dot Grid Graph Design - Paper a Dotted Matrix and Sketch Book for Design Calligraphy (Paperback): Narika Publishing Dot Grid Graph Design - Paper a Dotted Matrix and Sketch Book for Design Calligraphy (Paperback)
Narika Publishing
R145 Discovery Miles 1 450 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Storytime Magic - 400 Fingerplays, Flannelboards, and Other Activities (Paperback): Storytime Magic - 400 Fingerplays, Flannelboards, and Other Activities (Paperback)
R1,249 Discovery Miles 12 490 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Enriching and supplementing storytelling programs with fingerplays, flannelboards, and other props will be a cinch, thanks to this generous sampling of art and craft ideas, songs, and action rhymes. This time-saving resource includes: thematic organization to make program planning easy; recommended books for each theme; easy-to-follow craft and flannelboard patterns; and quick tips boxes that enhance the early literacy component.A unique addition to the programming shelf, this treasure trove of storytime tools is designed to help veteran librarians refresh and enliven ongoing programs, while providing novice storytime planners what they need to get started!

Academic Librarianship in the 21st Century (Hardcover): Claudia M. Garcia, Teresa A. Flores Academic Librarianship in the 21st Century (Hardcover)
Claudia M. Garcia, Teresa A. Flores
R2,434 R1,801 Discovery Miles 18 010 Save R633 (26%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Librarians have been champions of the fair use rights of the American public since well before those rights were actually codified by section 107 of federal copyright law. However, in recent years many librarians and other educators have been increasingly hesitant to use materials in an educational setting, fearful of attracting the notice of litigious publishers, media companies, and other content owners. Campuses' legal representation have only increased this feeling of malaise, taking a "better safe than sorry" stance on fair use of intellectual property. This book provides an overview of current trends, legislation and litigation related to fair use of intellectual property and its impacts on academic libraries across the United States.

Homework Help from the Library - In Person and Online (Paperback): Carol F. Intner Homework Help from the Library - In Person and Online (Paperback)
Carol F. Intner
R1,295 Discovery Miles 12 950 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Children's and young adult librarians are crucial links to effective learning for students. This straightforward handbook is filled with nuts-and-bolts advice on the best ways to help young people with their homework, no matter what the assignment. Carol F. Intner, a certified English teacher and experienced tutor, concentrates on the practical, covering: How students' different learning styles and current technology inform the homework process, Staff training and community outreach, Options for working more closely with both students and teachers, From planning a customized homework-help agenda to demonstrating how to help students successfully use their technological savvy in ways not necessarily possible at home, this book presents a no-nonsense, comprehensive approach to giving students the assistance they need.

Stories, Songs, and Stretches! - Creating Playful Storytimes with Yoga and Movement (Paperback): Katie Scherrer Stories, Songs, and Stretches! - Creating Playful Storytimes with Yoga and Movement (Paperback)
Katie Scherrer
R1,409 R1,295 Discovery Miles 12 950 Save R114 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Young children love to move-and that's a great thing! Because in addition to supporting early learning, storytime can provide young children with opportunities to explore physical movement. The centuries-old contemplative movement practice known as yoga is more than just a passing trend; it can offer physical, emotional, and mental benefits to practitioners of all ages, including young children. And getting started with yoga storytime doesn't require any previous yoga experience. This new book from accomplished library trainer Scherrer shows how to use yoga and movement to create playful, active storytimes. A complete guide for library staff and others serving young children, this resource draws on Scherrer's experience as a children's librarian and a yoga teacher, as well as research from the health and education fields, to: introduce yoga, exploring its history while dispelling myths about the practice demonstrate how yoga and movement can support children's early learning and social-emotional development explain the differences between children's yoga classes and yoga storytimes lay out step-by-step directions on how to design and launch a yoga storytime program, including guidance on materials selection, the logistical arrangements of physical space, props, and marketing provide descriptions of more than 35 basic, child-friendly yoga poses suitable for anyone to use with children offer 12 ready-to-use yoga storytime plans; and include an extensive bibliography of helpful print and online resources for future program planning. Readers will find the complete guidance they need to immediately begin incorporating yoga and movement into their storytime programs.

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