2 edition of How to thrive as a solo librarian found in the catalog.
How to thrive as a solo librarian
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Carol Smallwood, Melissa J. Clapp|
|LC Classifications||Z675.S57 H69 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780810882133, 9780810882140|
|LC Control Number||2011020786|
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Table of Contents 1. Solo Librarians as Jugglers - Roxanne Myers Spencer. Survive and Thrive as a Solo Librarian - Barbara Fiehn. Building Partnerships - Julie A. Evener. A Guide to Recruiting and Retaining Volunteers of All Ages - Tatum Preston.
Simple Programming Strategies to Price: $ How to Thrive as a Solo Librarian is a compilation of chapters by librarians offering advice to colleagues who must work alone or with very limited help. The contributors come from schools and colleges, special and corporate archives, public libraries, and seasoned LIS faculty across the United States /5.
Each of the 26 chapters in How to Thrive as a Solo Librarian is written in straightforward prose by experienced library practitioners, and each is approximately 10 pages in length. Among the main subjects that warrant multiple chapters are marketing, community involvement, and professional development/5(12).
How to Thrive as a Solo Librarian is a compilation of chapters by librarians offering advice to colleagues who must work alone or with very limited help. How to Thrive as a Solo Librarian, written by your fellow solo colleagues, is here to guide and help you. It covers the many facets of solo librarianship including collection development, moving your library, time management, PR & marketing, administrative tasks, as well as the much-needed advice on professional development.
Before I became a solo school librarian, I worked on a I wasn’t yet living my true dream (hello, punk-ass book jockey), I heartily enjoyed being a 1st grade teacher.
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"How to Thrive as a Solo Librarian", a compilation of chapters written by experts sharing their advice on these and other useful topics, is an excellent resource for any librarian working alone or coping with increased responsibilities/decreased resources in these challenging times.
One person found this helpful/5. Contents Solo librarians as jugglers / Roxanne Myers Spencer -- Survive and thrive as a solo librarian / Barbara Fiehn -- Building partnerships / Julie A. Evener -- A guide to recruiting and retaining volunteers of all ages / Tatum Preston -- Simple programing strategies to enhance libraries / Cassandra Jackson-Ifie -- The solo school librarian: creating a constellation of.
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