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Title
Information services today
Type
Text
Subject
Libraries--Aims and objectives.
Library administration.
Public services (Libraries)
Library users.
Libraries--Information technology.
Libraries and electronic publishing.
Library science--Vocational guidance.
Librarians--Effect of technological innovations on.
Information services.
Information resources.
Language
English
Classification
LCC: Z678 .I515 2018 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 027 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2017051662
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Summary
"Overview of what it means to be a library and information professional today, as well as the transformation of libraries as information organizations"-- Provided by publisher.
Table Of Contents
Part I. Information landscapes: cultural and technological influences
The transformative information landscape : what it means to be an Information professional today / Sandra Hirsh
Libraries, communities, and information : two centuries of experience / Christine Pawley
Librarianship : a continuously evolving profession / Stephen Abram
Diverse information needs / Heather O'Brien and Devon Greyson
Diversity, equity of access, and social justice / Patty Wong, Miguel Figueroa, and Melissa Cardenas-Dow
Part II. Information professions : physical and virtual environments
Literacy and media centers : school libraries / Mary Ann Harlan
Learning and research institutions : academic libraries / Todd Gilman
Community anchors for lifelong learning: public libraries / Pam Smith
Working in different information environments : Special libraries and information centers / Crystal S. Megaridis
Day in the life in the corporate organization / Scott Brown
A day in the life in the nonprofit organization / Joyce Fedeczko
A day in the life as an independent information professional / Jan Knight
A day in the life in the government organization / Michele Masias
Part III. Information services : engaging, creating, and collaborating via technology
Digital resources : digital libraries / Lisa Gregory and Amy Rudersdorf
Information intermediation and reference services / Johanna Tunon
Metadata, cataloging, linked data, and the evolving ILS / Mary K. Bolin
Analog and digital curation and preservation / Katherine Skinner
User experience / Courtney McDonald
Accessing information anywhere and anytime : access services / Michael J Krasulski
Teaching users : information and technology instruction / April D. Cunningham and Stephanie Rosenblatt
Hyperlinked libraries / Michael Stephens
Creation culture and makerspaces / Kristin Fontichiaro
Part IV. Managing information organizations : management skills for the information professional
Strategic planning / Lisa G. Rosenblum
Change management / Ruth Barefoot
Managing budgets / Sara F. Jones
Managing personnel / Robert Goch, Bruce Haller, Dawn Distefano, and Maureen L. Mackenzie
Innovative library and information services : the design thinking process / Rachel Ivy Clarke
Managing collections / Wayne T. Disher
Managing technology / Marshall Breeding
Managing data and data analysis in information organizations / H. Frank Cervone
Communication, marketing, and outreach strategies / Sue W. Alman
Advocacy / Cheryl Stenström
Part V. Information issues : influences and cconsequences
Information policy / Kate Marek
Information ethics / Martin L. Garner
Copyright and creative commons / Mary Minow and Liz Hamilton
Information licensing / Celeste Feather, Sharla Lair, and Jill Grogg
Open access / Heather Joseph
Information privacy and cybersecurity / Cherie L. Givens
Intellectual freedom / James Larue
Part VI. Information horizons : strategies for building a dynamic career as an information professional
Career management strategies for lifelong success / Kim Dority
Leadership skills for today's global information landscape / Kendra Albright.
Authorized Access Point
Hirsh, Sandra, 1965- Information services today