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Fundamentals for the Academic Liaison

Richard Moniz, Johnson Wales University, USA, Joe Eshleman, Johnson Wales University, USA and Jo Henry, South Piedmont Community College, USA 2014 210pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300051

“...a valuable and practical introductory textbook” - This Liaison Life

“Fundamentals for the Academic Liaison takes a nuts-and-bolts approach to building, sustaining, and evaluating a liaison program. Each chapter can stand on its own, allowing readers to choose the chapter that applies to their local situation. Chapters typically include a discussion, review of resources, summary, and notes. The extensive notes include articles, books, and other resources.” - Medical Reference Services Quarterly

A core resource for any LIS student or academic librarian serving as a liaison, this handbook lays out the comprehensive fundamentals of the discipline, helping librarians build the confidence and cooperation of the university faculty in relation to the library. Readers will learn about connecting and assisting faculty and students through skilful communication and resource utilization

Contents: 1. Orientation meetings 2. Acquiring subject specialization 3. Advice on faculty communication and assistance 4. Online tutorial creation 5. Collection development 6. Information literacy instruction 7. Embedded librarianship 8. Library guides 9. New courses and accreditation 10. Evaluation methods. Readership: Written in a straightforward way that lends itself to easy application, Fundamentals for the Academic Liaison provides ready guidance for current and future academic library liaisons and students of library and information science.

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Dynamic Research Support in Academic Libraries

Edited by Starr Hoffman, Columbia University, USA

December 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300495

Each chapter in Dynamic Research Support in Academic Libraries focuses on a different aspect of emerging research support that goes beyond the traditional reference interview. Contributed to by library practitioners from around the world, the chapters describe the type of service or support, how it was developed and why it is important.  Divided into three parts, 1) Research as a conversation, 2) Data services and digital humanities and 3) Utilizing library-faculty relationships, the book will assist libraries in tying research support into the institutional mission and focus effort on what is most relevant, efficient, and beneficial. Contents: Introduction Part 1: Research as a Conversation 1. Research as a conversation 2. Enhancing discovery 3. Special collections & discoverability Part 2: Data Services and Digital Humanities 4. Data management plans & data literacy instruction 5. Data services 6. Supporting the digital humanities Part 3: Utilizing Library-Faculty Relationships 7. Leveraging liaison librarian-faculty relationships to enhance research support 8. Research dissemination 9. Altmetrics 10. Data citation 11. Preserving research 12. Conclusion. Readership: This is an essential practice guide for librarians and professionals involved in supporting research and scholarly communication, as well as library administrators making decisions about potential services. It will be core reading for library students seeking to work in academic libraries, or in any libraries supporting research, particularly data-intensive research. FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Practical Tips for Facilitating Research

Mastering Digital Librarianship

Moira J Bent, Newcastle University, UK

Strategy, networking and discovery in academic libraries

Edited by Alison Mackenzie and Lindsey Martin, both at Edge Hill University, UK 2013 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856049436 eBook: 9781856046824

“Differentiating itself from countless other books available on digital librarianship Mastering Digital Librarianship provides a thematically focussed collection of research-based essays meant to provide academic librarians with a strategic primer for adapting library services for the digital age. In purposefully compiling essays contributed by academic librarians from universities around the world, editors Alison Mackenzie and Lindsey Martin, the Dean and the Assistant Head of Learning Services at Edge Hill University have leant a global perspective to the literature on digital librarianship...Mastering Digital Librarianship is not a rudimentary overview of new technologies. No doubt to maintain the collection’s purpose as a guide to key topics on digital librarianship for academic and professionals, the essays use empirical research and case studies written by seasoned professionals that quickly delve into their respective topics.” - Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning

This book will enable academic libraries to provide first-class research support for academics and graduate students and help undergraduates accomplish learning in more hands-on, in-depth ways.

Series: Practical Tips for Information Professionals

August 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300174

This practical guide offers innovative tips and reliable best practice to enable new and experienced library and information professionals to evaluate their current provision and develop their service to meet the evolving needs of the research community.

Interacting effectively with information is at the heart of all research, consequently information professionals have a key role to play in facilitating the development of researchers who are able to operate confidently and successfully in the information world. Grounded in current theory and informed by practitioners from around the world, this practical book offers a wide range of ideas and methods to assist library and information professionals in developing and managing their role in the research environment.

Contents: 1. Getting to know your research community 2. Collection management to meet specific and often conflicting research needs 3. Spaces for researchers 4. Developing information literate researchers 5. Supporting researchers at a distance; international aspects of research support 6. Contributing to research excellence exercises 7. Getting involved in the publication process 8. Making and measuring research impact - our role in bibliometrics 9. Ethics and academic integrity for researchers 10. Scholarly communication and open access 11. Social media and networking for researchers, the library’s role 12. Research data management, where do we fit in? Readership: All library and information professionals who work with research staff and students.

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2 2010 272pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046916 eBook: 9781856048750 2009 208pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856046855 eBook: 9781856049245 2007 296pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856045896 eBook: 9781856049924 2005 256pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856045308 eBook: 9781856049801

2ND EDITION

2005 248pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856045278

2ND EDITION

2004 176pp | £54.95 Hardback: 9781856044783

2011 192pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047593 eBook: 9781856049115

Envisioning Future Academic Library Services Initiatives, ideas and challenges Edited by Sue McKnight

ACQUISITIONS & COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT NEW

Supporting Research Students

An overview

Barbara Allan

Providing Effective Library Services for Research

Jo Webb, Pat Gannon-Leary and Moira Bent

Developing the New Learning Environment

The changing role of the academic librarian Edited by Philippa Levy and Sue Roberts

The Academic Library Peter Brophy

Developing Academic Library Staff for Future Success

Present practice and future challenges Edited by Margaret Oldroyd

Know it All, Find it Fast for Academic Libraries Heather Dawson

Also of interest

Delivering Research Data Management Services . . 36

The Future of Scholarly Communication . . . . . . . . . . 39

Managing Academic Support Services in Universities

Edited by Terry Hanson | Hb: 9781856045254 | £54.95

Managing Research Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Reflecting on the Future of Academic and Public Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Customer-based Collection Development

Edited by Karl Bridges, University of Vermont, USA

2014 208pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856049313

This essential guide to customer-based/patrondriven collection development will allow librarians to navigate the rapid changes in what users expect of libraries.

Customer-based Collection Development gathers together the best practitioners in the emerging field of customer-based collection development to find out what library users need and want and provide strategies to allow librarians to manage collections accordingly. Drawing on the experiences of professionals from a variety of academic and public libraries, this book:

• Offers strategies for planning and implementing a customerbased collection program • Summarizes its potential impact on a library’s budget • Discusses cataloguing implications, and other day-to-day operational issues • Presents guidelines for evaluating and marketing.

Contents: 1. E-Books and Patron Driven Acquisitions in Academic Libraries Cristina Caminita 2. A Hard DDA’s Night: Managing a Consortial Demand Driven Acquisitions Program for E-books - Sarah Hartman-Caverly, Amy McColl, Norm Medeiros and Mike Persick 3. Selectors’ Perceptions of e-Book Patron-Driven Acquisitions - Judith M. Nixon, Suzanne M. Ward, and Robert S. Freeman 4. Flying in Late: A Pilot PDA on a Microscopic Budget - Jamie L. Conklin and Erik Sean Estep 5. A Case Study for PDA on a Shoe-String Budget: An Evolving Vision for Collection Development through Three Pilot Projects - Naomi Ikeda Chow and Ryan James 6. Technical Services Aspects of Demand-Driven Ebook Acquisitions Kay Downey 7. Brigham Young University’s Patron-Driven Acquisitions: Does It Stand the Test of Time? - Jared L. Howland, Rebecca Schroeder, and Tom Wright 8. Patron Driven Digital Collection Development in Archives - Maura Valentino 9. PDA in a Multi-Library Setting: Challenges, Implementation, and Outcomes Jeanne Harrell, Carmelita Pickett, Simona Tabacaru, Jeannette Ho, Ana Ugaz and Nancy Burford 10. Seven Reasons to be Skeptical about Patron Driven Acquisitions: A Summary - John Buschman 11. Patron-Driven vs. LibrarianSelected: Three Years of Comparative E-book Usage - Dracine Hodges. Readership: Librarians and library managers in all types of libraries.

2011 256pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047463 eBook: 9781856048972

2ND EDITION

2004 160pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856044967

Collection Development in the Digital Age Edited by Maggie Fieldhouse and Audrey Marshall

Managing Acquisitions in Library and Information Services Liz Chapman

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Fundamentals of Collection Development and Management

Peggy Johnson, St Catherine University, USA “I would recommend that anyone interested in the subject should read the book.” - Ariadne

In this sweeping revision of a text that has become an authoritative standard, expert instructor and librarian Peggy Johnson addresses the art of controlling and updating library collections, whether located locally or accessed remotely. Each chapter offers complete coverage of one aspect of collection development and management, including numerous suggestions for further reading and narrative case studies exploring the issues. Johnson thoroughly considers: 2014 400pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856049375

• Traditional management topics such as organization of the collection, weeding, staffing, and policymaking • Maintaining productive relationships with vendors and publishers, and other important purchasing and budgeting topics • The effects of rapidly changing information delivery and access technologies, the evolving needs and expectations of library users, and new roles for subject specialists.

Johnson offers a comprehensive tour of this essential discipline and situates the fundamental ideas of collection development and management in historical and theoretical perspective, bringing this modern classic fully up to date.

Contents: 1. Introduction to collection management and development 2. Organizational models, staffing, and responsibilities 3. Planning, policy, and budgets 4. Developing collections 5. Managing collections 6. Marketing, liaison activities, and outreach 7. Collection analysis: evaluation and assessment 8. Cooperative collection development and management 9. Scholarly communication. 2006 288p | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856045810 eBook: 9781856047869

Managing Information Resources in Libraries Collection management in theory and practice Peter Clayton and G. E. Gorman

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ARCHIVES

FORTHCOMING IN 2015 3RD EDITION

Developing and Maintaining Practical Archives A how-to-do-it manual for librarians

Gregory S Hunter, Long Island University, USA

Since its original publication, Hunter’s manual has been “not only a rich and ready reference tool but also a practical resource for solving problems” April 2015 (Catholic Library World), and no text has served as 320pp | £59.95 a better overview of the field of archives. Newly Paperback: revised and updated to more thoroughly address 9781783300464 our increasingly digital world, it remains the clearest and most comprehensive guide to the discipline. Editor of American Archivist, the journal of the Society of American Archivists (SAA), Hunter covers such keystone topics as

• A history of archives, including the roles of historical societies and local history collections in libraries • Conducting a survey and starting an archival programme • Selection, appraisal, acquisition, accessioning, and deaccessioning • Important points of copyright, privacy, and ethics • Arrangement of archival collections, with a discussion of new theories • Description, including DACS, EAD, and tools such as Archon and the Archivists’ Toolkit • Access, reference, and outreach, with a look at how recent innovations in finding aids can help researchers • Preservation, including guidance on how to handle rare books, maps, architectural records, and artifacts • Digital records, addressing new and popular methods of storage and preservation of email, image files, Webpages, Word documents, spreadsheets, databases, and media files • Disaster planning, security, and theft prevention • Metrics, assessment, establishing employee procedures and policies, working with interns and volunteers, and other managerial duties • Public relations and marketing, from social media and the Web to advocacy • Professional guidelines and codes, such as the newly developed SAA Statement of Core Values of Archivists.

Readership: Providing in-depth coverage of both theory and practice, this manual is essential for archivists at all levels of experience and of all backgrounds.. 2010 272pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046664 eBook: 9781856048675

The Future of Archives and Recordkeeping A reader

Edited by Jennie Hill

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4 Principles and Practice in Records Management and Archives

2ND EDITION

Helen Forde and Jonathan Rhys-Lewis, both at UCL, UK

Series Editor: Geoffrey Yeo, UCL, UK

This series provides a body of core texts relating to the twin fields. Each volume in the series offers a detailed and professionally written overview of one or more topics within these fields. The series addresses digital records and archives as well as paper, principles and strategies and practical and operational matters. It reflects up-to-date views on established professional issues and explores new areas of current concern. FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Management Skills for Archivists and Record Managers Edited by Louise Ray, UCL, UK and Melinda Haunton, The National Archives, UK

This book introduces the range of management skills employed by records managers and archivists, and shows how they may be applied, adding value both in terms of personal professional July 2015 256pp | £49.95 development and in the organizational benefits of Paperback: service delivery, excellence, accountability and 9781856045841 transparency in both large and small archive and records management units. Written by established authors in the field, this handbook of practical advice is underpinned with current thinking and theory, and draws on experience of teaching management skills to graduate archivists and records managers and on practical professional experience.

Each chapter deals with a key aspect of archive and records management, illustrated by case studies and examples. Throughout, the book provides a clear conceptual framework, but ensures that this is translated into practical terms to enable the reader to make use of the knowledge in their work.

Contents: 1. Identifying management skills for archivists and records managers 2. Taking the long term view: corporate and strategic planning 3. Managing projects successfully 4. Managing money and other resources 5. Managing people 6. Providing accountability: performance measurement 7. Advocating for archives and records management 7. Developing personal management skills. Readership: This book is a key resource for records managers and archivists working in any sector, especially those at the start of their careers and those moving into positions of management who wish to refresh their skills. It is also of great value to graduate students of archives and records management, and to all information professionals studying for management. WALDO GIFFORD LELAND AWARD WINNER 2011

Archives

Principles and practices Laura A Millar

2010 304pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046732

“...an excellent guide to archives management for all those who work in and with archives - it will also serve as an indispensable student textbook for many years to come.” - Business Archives

Preserving Archives

2013 336pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048231 eBook: 9781856049610

"…a welcome update…The vast practical experience of the two authors clearly enriches the text. Archivists and librarians will find it a great tool to turn to for high level preservation advice, and for students it will provide a good broad overview of the varied issues facing collections." - Business Archives

This revised edition of a seminal work on archival preservation has been fully updated to include additional material on digital preservation and green building as well as a new chapter on the management and training of volunteers, reflecting a key concern for many archival institutions. Key topics are: • • • • • • • • • • • •

Understanding archival materials and their characteristics Managing digital preservation Archive buildings and their characteristics Safeguarding the building and its contents Managing archival storage Managing risks and avoiding disaster Creating and using surrogates Exhibiting archives Handling the records Managing a pest control programme Training and the use of volunteers Putting preservation into practice.

Readership: Archivists, librarians, curators and enthusiasts, trained and untrained, in museums, local studies centres and voluntary societies in need of good clear advice.

Managing Records in Global Financial Markets

Ensuring compliance and mitigating risk

Edited by Lynn Coleman, Victoria Lemieux, Rod Stone and Geoffrey Yeo 2011 272pp | £64.95 Paperback: 9781856046633 eBook: 9781856049177

2009 320pp | £59.95 Hardback: 9781856046398 eBook: 9781856049047

“I would recommend this book to all records managers in business and also to the higher education institutions providing any type of information studies.” - Information Research

Community Archives The shaping of memory

Edited by Jeannette A Bastian and Ben Alexander

“..required reading for anyone responsible for the shaping of memory” - Business Archives

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Archives and Recordkeeping Theory into practice

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Digital Archives

Edited by Caroline Brown, Dundee University, UK

Management, access and use

Edited by Milena Dobreva, University of Malta, Malta and Gabriella Ivacs, Central European University, Hungary

"...ideal for anyone looking to seriously develop their theoretical knowledge of the archival and records management disciplines." This groundbreaking text demystifies archival and - CILIP CLSIG Journal

2013 recordkeeping theory and its role in modern day practice. 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: The book's great strength is in articulating some of 9781856048255 the core principles and issues that shape the eBook: discipline and the impact and relevance they have 9781783300044

for the 21st century professional.

Using an accessible approach, it outlines and explores key literature and concepts and the role they can play in practice. Leading international thinkers and practitioners from the archives and records management world consider the concepts and ideas behind the practicalities of archives and records management to draw out their importance and relevance.

Contents: Introduction - Caroline Brown 1. Records and archives: concepts, roles and definition - Caroline Williams 2. Archival appraisal: practising on shifting sand Anne J Gilliland 3. Arrangement and description: between theory and practice Jennifer Meehan 4. Ethics for archivists and records managers - Jeannette A Bastian 5. Archives, memories and identities - Eric Ketelaar 6. Under the influence: the impact of philosophy on archives and records management - Rachel Hardiman 7. Participation vs principle: does technological change marginalize recordkeeping theory? - Alan R Bell.

Readership: This is essential reading for students and educators in archives and recordkeeping and invaluable as a guide for practitioners who want to better understand and inform their day-to-day work. It is also a useful guide across related disciplines in the information sciences and humanities FORTHCOMING IN 2015

The No-nonsense Guide to Archives and Recordkeeping Margaret Crockett

A how-to-do-it guide to all aspects of archives and records management from creation of records through to making them accessible as archives.

Based on the internationally renowned training days run by the authors this deals with all materials including born-digital and digitised, photographs and audio-visual. Utilising checklists, practical exercises, sample documentation, case studies and helpful diagrams the authors ensure a very accessible and pragmatic approach allowing anyone to get to grips with the basics quickly. July 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048552

Contents: 1. Basic concepts 2. Recordkeeping 3. Records management 4. Archives management 5. Preservation.

Readership: This one-stop-shop is ideal for practitioners globally involved in the practical management of archives and records, especially if they are just starting out or without formal training, including archives and records assistants, librarians, information managers and IT professionals responsible for archives and records and managers of archives staff.

May 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856049344

This landmark edited collection offers a wideranging overview of how rapid technological changes and the push for providing wide access to digitized cultural heritage holdings are changing the landscape of archives.

This book provides a set of inspirational and informative chapters from international experts, which will help the readers understand the drivers for change in archives and their implications. Reassessment of the role of archives in the digital environment will serve to develop critical approaches to current trends in the broader heritage sector, including cultural industries experimenting with sustainable business models for cultural production, digitization of analogue cultural heritage, and the related IPR issues surrounding the re-use of digital objects and data for research, education, advocacy and art. Contributors also present state-of-the-art solutions in building digital archives on networked infrastructure, trusted digital repositories to ensure long-term access, and tools to serve emerging needs in digital humanities.

Contents: Preface - Joie Springer 1. Introduction - Gabriella Ivacs and Milena Dobreva 2. The needs of the archive domain - Istvan Rev 3. The reference framework - Seamus Ross 4. The legal issues - Joseph Cannataci 5. The information policy context - Carla Basili 6. Current best data management and audit practices - Joy Davidson 7. Open standards and open content - TBA 8. Global Copyright Reform - Vera Franz 9. Access restrictions and prioritization for access Gillian Oliver 10. Accommodating donor restrictions in the analogue and digital archives - Charles Farrugia 11. Work with private archives: the case of M3P - Toni Sant 12. Open Digitisation Project and new revenue models - Javier Ruiz 13. Rights management and social history collections: HOPE project - Kathryn Máthé 14. Digital archives in research and teaching (MoW Studies Programme) - Lothar Jordan 15. How all this works together: the archivist dilemmas - Gabriella Ivacs and Milena Dobreva. Readership: Digital archivists and practitioners involved in the design and support of digital archives; professionals and researchers involved in projects working with digital archival materials; students in library, information and archive studies.

Also of interest

Copyright for Archivists and Records Managers, 5th edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Preserving Our Heritage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Records Management and Information Culture . . . . 33

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CAREER DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING Practical Tips for Library and Information Professionals Series editor: Helen Blanchett, Newcastle University, UK

This series provides a set of practical guides for the busy professional in need of inspiration. Sourced from experienced library and information practitioners, grounded in theory, yet not overwhelmed by it, the information in these guides will tell you what you need to know to make a quick impact in a range of topical areas of professional interest.

Each book takes a tips-based approach to introduce best-practice ideas and encourage adaptation and innovation. The following unique format is employed for every tip: • Overview of activity/tip – a clear outline of the tip or activity proposed • Best for – the context where this tip is best applied • More – examples of how the tip or activity can be adapted, both to provide alternatives and spark inspiration • Watch out – practical advice on pitfalls that can happen when using the approach outlined • References – identifying the research that underpins the practice. FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Practical Tips for Developing Your Staff

August 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300181

Gil Young, NHS NW Health Care Libraries Unit, UK, and Tracey Pratchett, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust, UK

This book offers innovative tips and tried-andtested best practice to enable library and knowledge workers to take control of professional development regardless of the budget and time available to them.

Continuous professional development is a key component of a successful and satisfying career. Part of the Practical Tips for Library and Information Professionals series, this book offer a wide range of ideas and methods for all library and information professionals to manage the development of those who work for and with them.

FORTHCOMING IN 2015 August 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300174

Readership: All library and information professionals who have responsibility for managing, mentoring and training staff and individuals wishing to manage their own CPD. 2012 192pp | £44.95 Paperback: 9781856047685 eBook: 9781856048927

The New Professional's Toolkit Bethan Ruddock

Bethan Ruddock is to be congratulated on a fine piece of work that should continue to have influence for a long period." - Journal of Librarianship and Information Science

Moira J. Bent, Newcastle University, UK See page 1

FORTHCOMING IN 2015 August 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300327

Practical Tips for Library Management

Leo Appleton, Liverpool John Moores University, UK See page 27

The No-nonsense Guide to Training in Libraries

You will find flexible tips and implementation advice on topics including:

• enabling others to plan, reflect on and evaluate their personal development • appraisals and goal setting: linking personal objectives to organizational objectives • performance management • sourcing funding to attend and run events • planning formal development activities such as courses and conferences • accessing informal activities • using social media as a development tool • role of professional bodies and networks • mentoring, buddying and coaching • networking.

Practical Tips for Facilitating Research

Barbara Allan

2013 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048286 eBook: 9781856049634

“Well-written and covering a broad range of topics in a useful in-depth manner, this guide to library training deals with topics ranging from making This groundbreaking text demystifies archival and training interesting for both staff and users, to the recordkeeping theory and its role in modern day practice. best ways of delivering face-to-face instruction. Modern technology useful for training, such as QR codes, virtual learning, or interactive white boards is also discussed. Allan (Westminster Business School) also offers brief case studies and real-world examples, along with "tips for trainers." The second part of the book focuses on over 90 approaches to facilitate learning in the workplace. The author's experience includes managing workplace and academic libraries and she also holds a MSc in information science.” - Reference and Research Book News

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FORTHCOMING IN 2015 3RD EDITION

Building Your Portfolio

Kath Owen and Margaret Watson

Thoroughly updated to reflect the new requirements of CILIP’s revamped suite of Professional Registration qualifications, this is the essential ‘how to’ guide to producing a successful portfolio.

Reflecting on achievements and presenting evidence of enhanced knowledge and skills underpin many professional and educational qualifications. Building a portfolio is key to recording and demonstrating this professional development, and gaining official recognition in the form of Professional Registration qualifications. May 2015 160pp | £39.95 Paperback: 9781783300204

Set out in a user-friendly format, and covering each element of a portfolio, the guide is jam-packed with examples, useful hints and tips, personal contributions from successful applicants, web links, and further reading to help you develop a top-notch portfolio. The role of the VLE, new submission routes including e-submission and the new route to Revalidation all clearly explained.

Contents: 1. Introduction to the qualifications 2. The mentoring process 3. Assessment criteria 4. Reflective writing 5. Curriculum Vitae 6. Professional development plans and the PKSB 7. Evaluative statement 8. Supporting evidence 9. Revalidation 10. The final steps.

Readership: Library and information practitioners working towards any of the three levels of CILIP Professional Registration (Certification, Chartership, Fellowship), candidates for Revalidation and those beginning their first job in the sector. Mentors, employers of library and information staff, students of library and information science, and others interested in effectively recording their continuing professional development. FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Our Enduring Values Revisited

Also of interest Blended Learning

Barbara Allan | Pb: 9781856046145 | £54.95 eBook: 9781856047845 | £54.95

Digital Literacies for Learning

Edited by Allan Martin & Dan Madigan | Hb: 9781856045636 | £54.95 eBook: 9781856049870 | £54.95

Library and Information Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 The New Professional's Handbook

Sheila Corrall & Anthony Brewerton | Pb: 9781856043113 | £44.95

CATALOGUING & CLASSIFICATION FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Essential RDA

Thomas Brenndorfer

December 2015 400pp | £44.95 Paperback: 9781783300563

FORTHCOMING IN 2015 2ND EDITION

December 2015 224pp | £44.95 Paperback: 9781783300570

The examination of core values attempted in this book is to assist librarians, individually and collectively, to focus on the attributes and purposes of libraries that make them unique and valuable. Gorman argues that libraries must continue to acquire and give access to, arrange, make accessible, and preserve the human record in all its manifestations and formats, and provide assistance and instruction in its use.

Our Enduring Values Revisited takes you through the core values of librarianship as it considers the most significant questions on the minds of most librarians today, including: • • • •

What is the role of the library today? What is librarianship in the 21st Century? What do patrons and communities want from their libraries? Will libraries be strengthened or destroyed by new and changing technology? • How can I maintain the core values of librarianship into the future?

Readership: A must-read for progressive librarians everywhere, Our Enduring Values Revisited will help you to define your role in the library of the future.

Essential Classification Vanda Broughton, UCL, UK

Michael Gorman

Michael Gorman, a veteran of four decades of library service and one of today's leading library thinkers, revisits his classic discussion on library values - those that are rooted in historical perspective and those that can adapt to the ever changing times of the 21st century.

Essential RDA is a practical guide to basic RDA cataloguing that also includes an introduction to foundational RDA concepts and vocabulary, and incorporates paths to more complex practices described in RDA. As an RDA cataloguing resource, Essential RDA is structured on RDA entities and elements in order to describe RDA cataloguing practice in an accessible way.

April 2015 336pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300310

Essential Classification leads the novice classifier step by step through the basics of subject cataloguing, with an emphasis on practical document analysis and classification. It deals with fundamental questions of the purpose of classification in different situations, and the needs and expectations of end users. The reader is introduced to the ways in which document content can be assessed, and how this can best be expressed for translation into the language of specific indexing and classification systems.

Fully updated to reflect changes to the major general schemes (Library of Congress, LCSH, Dewey and UDC) since the first edition, and with new chapters on working with informal classification, from folksonomies to tagging and social media, this new edition will set cataloguers on the right path.

Contents: 1. Introduction 2. The need for classification 3. First principles of classification 4. The variety of classification: systems and structures 5. The classification scheme: internal structure 6. Types of classification scheme 7. Order in the classification scheme 8. Content analysis 1: document description 9. Content analysis 2: practical constraints 10. Controlled indexing languages 11. Word-based approaches to retrieval 12. Library of Congress Subject Headings 1: basic headings 13. Library of Congress Subject Headings 2: structured headings 14. Classification scheme application 15. Library of Congress Classification 1: basic classmark construction 16. Library of Congress Classification 2: use of tables 17. Dewey Decimal Classification 18. Universal Decimal Classification 1: general properties and basic number building 19. Universal Decimal Classification 2: auxiliary tables 20. Faceted classification 21. Managing classification. Readership: This guide is essential reading for library school students, novice cataloguers and all information workers who need to classify but have not formally been taught how. It also offers practical guidance to computer scientists, internet and intranet managers, and all others concerned with the design and maintenance of subject tools.

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RDA: Strategies for Implementation

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Magda El-Sherbini, Ohio State University, USA

2013 408pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048347

“This handbook provides practical and technical background on the new cataloguing standard, Resource Description and Access (RDA), a set of This groundbreaking text demystifies archival and guidelines that provide instructions for descriptive recordkeeping theory and its role in modern day practice. cataloguing. Techniques are illustrated with b&w screen shots throughout. The book begins with material on the rationale for a new cataloguing code and looks at the differences between AACR2 and the new standard. The handbook then presents implementation strategies, delving into functional requirements for bibliographic records and providing details on how to identify manifestations and items, and works and their creators. There is also a section on how to browse and search the RDA Toolkit, which is an online product that allows users to interact with a collection of documents and resources related to cataloguing. The handbook closes with detailed checklists for copy cataloguers, original cataloguers, and authority control.” - Reference and Research Book News

RDA and Serials Cataloguing Ed Jones, National University, USA

2013 236pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856049504

“…highly recommended for any situation - technical service departments or library students - where serials need to be catalogued using RDA protocols.” - Australian Library Journal - Collection Building

Serials and continuing resources present a variety of unique challenges in bibliographic management, from special issues and unnumbered supplements to recording the changes that a long-running periodical can experience over time. Easing cataloguers through the RDA: Resource Description and Access transition by showing the continuity with past practice, serials cataloguing expert Jones frames the practice within the structure of the FRBR and FRAD conceptual models on which RDA is based. With serials’ special considerations in mind, this essential guide explains the familiarities and differences between AACR2 and RDA and demonstrates how serials cataloguers’ work fits in the cooperative context of OCLC, CONSER and NACO. Jones looks in detail at the process of cataloguing serials and ongoing integrating resources using RDA, from attributes and relationships between works to identifying related entities. Finally, looking at the possibilities offered by Linked Data, he presents examples of how RDA records can ultimately engage with the Semantic Web. Contents: PART I: PREPARATION 1. An introduction to serials and serials cataloguing 2. Getting to know RDA: a new structure and other changes from AACR2 PART II: SERIALS CATALOGUING USING RDA 3. Searching and the universe of serials 4. Cataloguing serials and ongoing integrating resources using RDA 5. RDA and Linked Data.

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Maxwell's Handbook for RDA

Explaining and illustrating RDA: Resource Description and Access using MARC21

Robert L Maxwell, Brigham Young University, USA

2014 608pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781856048323

“Both seasoned and new cataloguers alike should purchase this source. It is an indispensable resource as the community becomes more immersed in RDA cataloguing.” - Technical Services Quarterly

Designed to interpret and explain RDA: Resource Description and Access, this handbook illustrates and applies the new cataloguing rules in the MARC21 environment for every type of information format.

In this clear and comprehensive resource, cataloguing expert Robert Maxwell brings his trademark practical commentary to bear on the new, unified cataloguing standard. From books to electronic materials to music and beyond, Maxwell: • Explains the conceptual grounding of RDA, including FRBR and FRAD • Addresses the nuances of how cataloguing will, and won’t, change in the MARC21 environment • Shows cataloguers how to create and work with authority records of persons, families, corporate bodies, geographic entities, works, and expressions • Explores recording relationships, working with records of manifestations and items, and more • Provides numerous sample records to illustrate RDA principles.

Comprehensive in its coverage, the book will aid readers in understanding and becoming comfortable with the potentially forbidding new structure of RDA and contains appendices that discuss the treatment of specialised materials.

Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Describing Manifestations and Items 3. Describing Persons 4. Describing Families 5. Describing Corporate Bodies 6. Describing Geographic Entities 7. Describing Works 8. Describing Expressions 9. Recording Relationships Appendix A. Printed Books and Sheets Appendix B. Cartographic Resources Appendix C. Unpublished Manuscripts and Manuscript Collections Appendix D. Notated Music Appendix E. Audio Recordings Appendix F. Moving Image Resources Appendix G. Two-dimensional Graphic Resources Appendix H. Three-dimensional Resources and Objects Appendix I. Digital Resources Appendix J. Microform Resources Appendix K. Serials and Integrating Resources Appendix L. Analytical Description Readership: A guided tour of the new standard from a respected authority, this essential handbook will help cataloguers, LIS students, and cataloguing instructors navigate RDA smoothly and find the information they need efficiently.

Catalogue 2.0

The future of the library catalogue Sally Chambers

2012 272pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856047128 eBook: 9781856048989

“What is the state of the library catalogue now, and what might it become in the future? Authors of this excellent book answer those questions through theoretical discussions and practical examples of what have been done by libraries. Written by an international team of library and information professionals, Catalogue 2.0 does not disappoint.” - Collection Management

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Practical Cataloguing

RDA: Resource Description and Access Print

AACR, RDA AND MARC21 Anne Welsh and Sue Batley

2014 Revision

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• A full accumulation of RDA—the revision contains a full set of all current RDA instructions. It replaces the previous version of RDA Print rather than being an update packet to that version. 2014 1052pp | £110 Numerous changes to the text of RDA have been Paperback: made since the publication of the 2013 Revision. 9781783300426 Cataloguing practice described by RDA has not altered dramatically due to these changes, but over 70 percent of the pages in RDA Print was impacted by the changes, making an RDA Print update packet impracticable. • The most current RDA—the revision contains all changes to RDA up to and including the 2014 RDA Update approved by the JSC. There are two types of changes to RDA that routinely take place—Fast Track changes and RDA Updates. The JSC periodically issues “Fast Track” changes to RDA to fix errors and to clarify meaning. These changes do not typically change cataloguing practice as described by RDA. An RDA Update is issued annually. In an Update process the JSC considers proposals to enhance and improve RDA as a cataloguing standard. An update can and often does change the cataloguing process described in RDA. The 2014 Revision includes all Fast Track changes and RDA Updates since the 2013 publication of RDA and through August 2014. • New binding—the revision differs from past print versions of RDA in that it is perfect bound volume rather than a loose-leaf packet requiring a binder. Fast Track and Update changes to RDA have proven to be very impactful in recent years, making the loose-leaf packet with update packets impractical. For the immediate future Print RDA will be offered as a perfect bound volume. •

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RDA and Cartographic Resources Paige G. Andrew, Pennsylvania State University, USA, Susan M Moore, University of Northern Iowa, USA and Mary Lynette Larsgaard, University of California, USA

2014 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047722

In order to ease through the RDA: Resource Description and Access transition, specialist cataloguers need information on managing the materials in their areas of responsibility. RDA and Cartographic Resources offers a vital summary and overview of how to catalogue cartographic resources using the new standard.

Written by three expert cataloguers, this new book is rich with examples and sample records to illustrate each important aspect of the topic, including: • an analysis of what will remain familiar from AACR2, and what is new and different in RDA • guidance for creating authorized geographic subject headings using Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Resources (FRBR) and Functional Requirements for Authority Data (FRAD) • a detailed examination of geographic subject headings and subdivisions.

Contents: 1. The Past Is Prologue 2. RDA and FRBR Entities as Applied to Cartographic Resources: An Overview 3. Comparing Standards: Continuing, Different, and Added Practices 4. Navigating RDA to Describe Cartographic Resource Elements 5. Cartographic Resources Cataloging: Moving Forward Postscript.

Readership: Designed for both practising map cataloguers and cataloguers new to cartographic resources, RDA and Cartographic Resources is a one-stop resource for all cataloguers of cartographic materials, especially those looking to understand the differences between cataloguing using AACR2 and cataloguing using RDA. .

2012 240pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046954 eBook: 9781856049283 2011 288p | £44.95 Paperback: 9781856046183

2002 216pp | £49.95 Paperback; 9781856044561 eBook: 9781856049771 2004 192pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856045193 eBook: 9781856049795 2006 304pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856045650 eBook: 9781856049849 2011 320pp | £64.95 Paperback: 9781856046848

2010 128pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856047326

2005 712pp | £89.95 Loose-leaf: 9781856045704

2004 166pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856045407

“A worthy successor to Bowman's Essential Cataloguing. Practical Cataloguing does exactly what it says on the tin: offers a practical, pragmatic approach to the basics of cataloguing in AACR2, RDA and MARC21 with useful sample records for reference.” Celine Carty, Cambridge University Library

Essential Library of Congress Subject Headings Vanda Broughton

Essential Cataloguing The basics

J H Bowman

Essential Dewey J H Bowman

Essential Thesaurus Construction Vanda Broughton

Describing Electronic, Digital, and Other Media Using AACR2 and RDA Mary Beth Weber and Fay A Austin

Introducing RDA A guide to the basics Chris Oliver

Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules 2002 revision with 2005 update

The Concise AACR2 Michael Gorman

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Information Resource Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Organizing Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

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Cataloguing and Decision-Making in a Hybrid Environment

NEW

Anne Welsh, UCL, UK

• What are the increased decision-making powers of the catalogue based on RDA? • What support is available in making decisions?

• How can libraries integrate new RDA records within their catalogues and cataloguing practices?

• What steps can cataloguers take to increase their decisionmaking skills and confidence, and how can employers support their staff in this?

Readership: Cataloguers, all library staff, information professionals, support staff and LIS students.

CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE

Library Services for Children and Young People Challenges and opportunities in the digital age Edited by Carolynn Rankin and Avril Brock, both at Leeds Beckett University, UK

2012 272pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856047128 eBook: 9781856048989

2008 192pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781856046107 eBook: 9781856049979

“Accessible, informative and inspiring are the words used to describe the aims of this title and are words that should rightly be associated with library services for children and young people. Thankfully, this is a book that does indeed match its inspirations with insightful contributions from librarians, lecturers and researcher’s all with many years of experience in the field. Personal experiences are of particular importance in the field of children’s library services and give this book an accessible and approachable style whilst retaining an appropriate level of academia.” - Library and Information Research

Delivering the Best Start A guide to early years libraries

Carolynn Rankin and Avril Brock, both at Leeds Beckett University, UK

Delivering the best start

Edited by Carolynn Rankin and Avril Brock, both at Leeds Beckett University, UK

The transition from AACR2 to RDA

As the transition to RDA changes the international cataloguing landscape, readers need practical guidance to operate successfully in a world of hybrid catalogues, where records created under September 2015 224pp | £49.95 different standards co-exist. This highly practical Paperback: guide draws out the flexibility offered by RDA and 9781856049559 the scope for cataloguer judgement in balancing flexibility with consistency of entry. Welsh leads the reader through the decision-making process, showing how the skills and judgements familiar from AACR2 can be apllied to RDA. This book slices into RDA to answer questions including:

Library Services from Birth to Five

January 2015 225pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781783300082

Following on from their groundbreaking 2008 book Delivering the Best Start, Rankin and Brock return to the subject of pre-school and early years library provision with contributions and case studies from innovators and experts around the world.

There is a growing awareness of the significance of the first five years of life for intellectual, social and emotional development and early intervention is of political interest. This book provides knowledge and understanding about early language and literacy development and how young children become successful through enjoyable and meaningful experiences. The key role of the early years professional and the importance of effective interdisciplinary teamwork are examined, with a focus on involving parents and carers and valuing their culture, language, heritage and community. Good practice is showcased throughout, and practical guidance given on setting up and running pre-school library services.

Contents: 1. Take them to the library: the pathway of opportunity - Carolynn Rankin and Avril Brock 2. What you need to know about promoting early reading with young children from birth to five - Avril Brock and Carolynn Rankin 3. City of Literature … it all starts with ABCD! The City of Melbourne and the Abecedarian Approach - Paula Kelly 4. Transforming practice through research: evaluating the Better Beginnings family literacy programme - Caroline Barratt-Pugh and Nola Allen 5. People and partnerships, skills and knowledge - Carolynn Rankin and Avril Brock 6. Resources for early years libraries: books, toys and other delights - Carolynn Rankin and Avril Brock 7. Using digital media - Francesca de Freitas and Tess Prendergast 8. Using play to enhance early years literacy in babies and toddlers: ‘Read, Play and Grow’ at Brooklyn Public Library - Rachel Payne 9. Inclusive early literacy - Tess Prendergast 10. Music and rhyme-time sessions for the under-fives Shelley Bullas and Ben Lawrence 11. Part 1: Reaching your audience: the librarian’s role - Carolynn Rankin and Avril Brock Part 2: Country case studies 12. Successful library activities for the early years and ways to promote books effectively - Anne Harding 13. Designing family-friendly libraries for the early years Carolynn Rankin and Rachel Van Riel 14. Planning: organizing projects and money matters in the early years library - Carolynn Rankin. Readership: Early years professionals and librarians, and those responsible for commissioning and delivering pre-school library services. Students of library and information studies or childhood studies, and practitioners undertaking practical early years qualifications. 2011 336pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047616 eBook: 9781856049122 2011 288pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047470 eBook: 9781856049238 2008 240pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856046244 eBook: 9781856049962

Know it All, Find it Fast for Youth Librarians and Teachers Christinea Donnelly

Read to Succeed

Strategies to engage children and young people in reading for pleasure Edited by Joy Court

Reader Development in Practice Bringing literature to readers

Edited by Susan Hornby and Bob Glass

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CILIP Guidelines for Colleges, 7th edition

Edited by Andrew Eynon | PB: 9781856045513 | £39.95

CILIP Guidelines for Secondary School Libraries, 3rd edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 The Innovative School Librarian, 2nd edition . . . . . . 39

COPYRIGHT INFORMATION LAW & ETHICS FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Practical Copyright for Library and Information Professionals Paul Pedley

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October 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300617

The UK’s copyright legislation has been referred to as the longest, most confusing and hardest to navigate in the world. This new handbook brings clarity to what would otherwise be a complex topic. The author provides sensible and realistic guidance for all library and information practitioners. Topics covered include:

• the copyright exceptions or permitted acts most relevant to library and information professionals lending of print and electronic copyright materials the range of licensing solutions available to ensure that the use of copyright works is done in compliance with the law the options available for making copies of orphan works (such as where this is done as part of digitization projects) an exploration of how information professionals working in the corporate sector can copy material legitimately, and highlights where this differs from practitioners working in not for profit publicly accessible libraries

FORTHCOMING IN 2015 6TH EDITION

This latest edition of thestandard work in its field is revised and expanded in the light of new legislation which came into force in 2014/5 and some decisions by the courts which have changed our December 2015 224pp | £49.95 understanding of what the law means. There is also Paperback: coverage of moral rights and the text amplified by 9781856049702 the use of practical examples to illustrate complex points. Areas such as originality, databases, and the use of broadcast material in education all receive detailed attention. And of course Wikipedia, Creative Commons and Open Archives as well as the growing number of social media websites are considered in a copyright context. All types of material that may attract copyright are considered, including: literary, dramatic and musical works, artistic works, sound recordings, films and videos, broadcasts, databases and computer programs and websites.

The text is complemented by a detailed index that enables the enquirer to pinpoint topics and proposed action quickly and accurately. The appendices provide helpful lists of addresses and selected further sources of information FORTHCOMING IN 2015 5TH EDITION

Information Ethics

This book considers the over-arching ethical concepts impacting on all library and information professionals and will be of interest to both practitioners and students. Practical guidance to ethical dilemmas is provided through discussion of July 2015 international real-world examples of actual ethical 256pp | £49.95 Paperback: situations throughout the text. A resource guide 9781856049399 and suggestions for further reading are provided and model policies that can be used by practitioners to support ethical practice are included as appendices.

Contents: Introduction: ethics and the library and information professional 2. Information ethics - figures and philosophies 3. Professional associations and professionalism 4. Freedom of access and expression 5. Understanding user needs 6. Protection of ideas and the cultural record 7. Information ethics and democracy 8. Managing technology 9. Conclusions 10. Further reading 11. Model AUPs 12. Model stock development policies 13. Model diversity policies 14. Model mission statements Readership: LIS professionals, students and researchers.

Copyright for Archivists and Records Managers

Tim Padfield, The National Archives, UK

FORTHCOMING IN 2015

David McMenemy, University of Strathclyde, UK

Interpreting the law for libraries, archives and information services Graham P Cornish

Readership: The handbook is an indispensable guide for library and information professionals; it will be useful for academics and researchers, and it will also be essential reading for anyone wishing to use copyright material legitimately.

Reflection and practice

Copyright

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December 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 97818560492090

This new fifth edition has been fully updated to take into account the latest developments in copyright law and remains an essential tool for archivists and records managers to keep up to date with the complexities of copyright legislation. Updated content includes:

• extensive revision throughout to take account of new cases and to improve clarity changes have been made concerning duration, for sound recordings and performances and for works consisting of words and music major revision of the sections on exceptions to take account of several sets of regulations: changes to library and archive copying and the declaration, extension of preservation copying to museums, orphan works schemes, new exceptions for access to digital material in libraries and archives, parody, text and data mining, quotation and private copying information is provided about changes to the courts of England and Wales, including a new small claims procedure changes to the definition of originality and of a substantial part of a copyright work have been described new laws on copyright in the Channel Islands are summarised why a digital photograph is an artistic work

Readership: Archivists and records managers; LIS professionals in libraries, museums and galleries; students, researchers and genealogists.

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The E-copyright Handbook

Information Governance and Assurance

Paul Pedley

Reducing risk, promoting policy

Alan MacLennan, Robert Gordon University, UK

2014 192pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856049405

“This is one of the few books that brings together the concepts of records and information management and information security and is a really solid introduction to the way in which the various information disciplines, whether concerned with security and protection or reuse and optimisation, need to come together to ensure that information remains useful yet is appropriately secured to minimise risk.” - Records Management Journal

2012 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048279

This comprehensive textbook discusses the legal, organizational and ethical aspects of information governance, assurance and security and their relevance to all aspects of information work.

Information governance describes the activities and practices which have developed to control the use of information, including, but not limited to, practices mandated by law. In a world in which information is increasingly seen as a top-level asset, the safeguarding and management of information is of concern to everyone. From the researcher who is responsible for ethical practices in the gathering, analysis, and storage of data, to the reference librarian who must deliver unbiased information; from the records manager who must respond to information requests, to the administrator handling personnel files, this book with equip practitioners and students alike to implement good information governance practice in real-world situations. Contents: 1. Introduction: information as an asset 2. The laws and regulations 3. Data quality management 4. Dealing with threats 5. Security, risk management and business continuity 6. Frameworks, policy, ethics and how it all fits together.

The No-nonsense Guide to Legal Issues in Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing Charles Oppenheim

“Easily read, this work is balanced nicely between

2012 160pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048040 eBook: 9781856048866

Readership: Fully supported by examples, discussion points and practical exercises, this is essential reading for everyone who needs to understand, implement and support information assurance policies and information governance structures. It will be particularly valuable for LIS students taking information management and information governance courses, and information professionals with an advisory or gatekeeping role in information governance within an organization. 3RD EDITION

Essential Law for Information Professionals Paul Pedley

2012 288pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047692

“Essential Law is just that – essential reading for any information professional, particularly those with responsibility for compliance in areas such as copyright.” - CILIP CLSIG Journal

Inspection copies

Our titles are available as inspection copies for lecturers considering them for course adoption. Email: [email protected]

“Copyright law grows difficult to understand in the digital era. The E-Copyright Handbook is a guide for This groundbreaking text and librarians, about the insdemystifies and outs ofarchival modern recordkeeping theory andand its role in modern day practice. copyright in the digital online era, which concerns the libraries branching into digital catalogues greatly. From the current debates that rage over the rights, e-books and ownership, wikis, creative commons, and other terms that often make copyright law difficult to fully understand. A scholarly and comprehensive reference, The E-Copyright Handbook is an absolute must for any librarian who wants to make sure their libraries legal matters are all in order.” - Midwest Book Review

2010 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046770 eBook: 9781856048637 2008 176pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781856046404

This groundbreaking textand demystifies and being comprehensive concise.archival Legal issues are recordkeeping theory its supported role in modern day practice. addressed point byand point, by case studies

with notes on the Web 2.0 points, and followed with short exercises to allow testing of one’s understanding of the problem being addressed, its implications, and one’s ability to apply appropriate responses. The conclusion, along with answers to questions at the end of each chapter, provides helpful summaries of information. This handbook concludes with a list of useful sources for further research and an index. This will be a sought-after and well-used handbook...it provides practical guidance, ranging from interpreting law and best practice to critical issues in information management. It is highly recommended for all information-management professionals and students, especially those working in Web 2.0 and cloud environments.” Australian Library Journal

Information Policies and Strategies Ian Cornelius

Copyright Compliance

Practical steps to stay within the law Paul Pedley

Also of interest

Copyright and E-learning, 2nd edition . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Information Rights in Practice Alan Stead | Pb: 9781856046206 | £59.95

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DIGITAL CURATION & PRESERVATION FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Digital Curation

13 FORTHCOMING IN 2015 2ND EDITION

Adrian Brown, The Parliamentary Archives, UK

Theory and practice

Mark Hedges, Kings’s College, UK

Digital content and digital technologies are a defining feature of our age. Digital data, information and knowledge are an asset for cultural heritage, memory institutions, industry, commerce and government. They are fundamental for research December 2015 and practice in fields such as the law and medicine. 224pp | £49.95 But digital information is fragile and complex and Paperback: 9781783300631 requires ongoing and active curation as we seek to ensure its longevity, innovate in its use, and exploit its social, cultural and commercial value. It is a shared once-in-ageneration challenge. This new book, edited by the leader of a new MA on the topic at Kings College, London, will guide readers to the core skills, knowledge and competencies for the rapidly expanding field of digital curation. It will help them develop their critical and reflective capacities, and to acquire an understanding of the interdependence between the developments in digital processes, technology and curatorial practice.

Contents: 1. Digital Preservation Technologies 2. Information Ethics and Legal Aspects 3. Research Methods 4. Digital Preservation 5. Digital Libraries 6. Knowledge Representation. 7. Metadata and Systems for Digital Assets 8. Digital Publishing 9. Structured Data in the Digital Humanities 10. Editorial models for Digital Text 11. Web Technologies 12. The Social Life of Big Data.

Readership: All students and practitioners concerned with the effective curation of digital information and digital assets in libraries, museums, galleries, and archives; media organisations; publishing houses; government and industry; research institutions; healthcare and law firms. FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Managing Digital Cultural Objects Analysis, discovery and retrieval

Edited by Allen Foster and Pauline Rafferty, both at Aberystwyth University, UK

This book explores the analysis and interpretation, discovery and retrieval of a variety of non-textual objects, including image, music and moving image.

Bringing together chapters written by leading experts in the field, this book will provide an overview of the theoretical and academic aspects of digital cultural documentation and the state of the art. Case studies of digitization projects drawn from practitioners within libraries and information organisations will showcase both technical and more strategic issues relating to cultural heritage projects, digital asset management and sustainability. December 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback:

Contents: PART 1: ANALYSIS AND RETRIEVAL OF DIGITAL CULTURAL OBJECT MANAGEMENT 1. Analysing digital cultural objects: putting it in context 2. Metadata models and digital cultural objects 3. Semantic web and digital cultural objects PART 2: DIGITIZATION PROJECTS IN LIBRARIES, ARCHIVES AND MUSEUMS: CASE-STUDIES 4. National Library of Wales case study 5. British Library case study 6. BFI Archive case study 7. The JISC Digitization programme and the Digital Cultural Heritage Roadmap for Preservation PART 3: SOCIAL NETWORKING AND DIGITAL CULTURAL OBJECTS 8. Photos: Flickr, Facebook and other social networking sites 9. Music retrieval on the Web 10. Film retrieval on the Web. Readership: LIS professionals, students and researchers.

Archiving Websites

December 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300532

This book offers practical guidance to information management professionals seeking to implement web archiving programmes of their own. It is essential reading for those who need to collect and preserve specific elements of the web - from national domains or individual subject areas to an organization's own website.

This second edition has been updated to cover key developments such as advances in the archiving and analysis of social media, the challenges and opportunities of mobile technology and Linked Open Data, recognition of the vast potential of web archives to support research, and the adoption of web archiving in the commercial world to support regulatory compliance. Contents include:

• The development of web archiving – with added case studies from the British Library, TNA, Eastern Europe and Asia. • selection policies – including discussion of new types of content to archive • preservation –including discussion of automatic crawl definition and refinement and updated similarities and differences between library, archive and museum approaches to web archiving • delivery to users - expanded to include new cases for web archives, journalism and media use, education, academic research data, linked data and government transparency • legislation – with a discussion of the new copyright regulations • managing a web archiving programme – with added discussion of a wider commercial market for web archiving services.

Readership: This book will be important reading for those required to implement a web archiving programme in libraries, archives, records management and compliance teams, museums, galleries in both the public and private sectors, local authorities, higher education, specialist organizations and also website owners and web masters who may need to facilitate archiving of their own websites. NEW

Preserving Our Heritage

Perspectives from antiquity to the digital age Edited by Michele V Cloonan, Simmons College, USA

Drawing on historical texts, this accessible volume provides a broad understanding of preservation for librarians, archivists, and museum specialists. Cloonan offers students and professionals an December 2014 702pp | £59.95 overview of longevity, reversibility, enduring value, Paperback: and authenticity of information preservation. Each 9781856049467 section includes historical works that form the basis of contemporary thinking and practices, readings from a variety of fields that are primarily concerned with the preservation of cultural heritage, and hard-to-find publications that shed new light on how to approach contemporary problems. The author’s selections and insightful commentary on each comprise a truly global and current view of preservation.

Contents: 1. Early perspectives on preservation 2. Perspectives on cultural heritage 3. Preservation in context: libraries, archives, museums, and the built environment 4. Collections: development and management 5. Risks to cultural heritage: time, nature, and humans 6. Conservation 7. Frameworks for digital preservation 8. Preservation policy 9. Ethics and values 10. Multicultural perspectives 11. Sustainability 12. Epilogue.

Readership: Students and researchers in archives, museums and libraries courses around the world.

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Preserving Complex Digital Objects

WINNER: NCDD AWARD FOR TEACHING AND COMMUNICATIONS 2014

Practical Digital Preservation

A how-to guide for organizations of any size

Edited by Janet Delve and David Anderson, both at University of Portsmouth, UK

2014 432pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781856049580

video games.

“This book is an essential resource for anyone engaged with digital preservation activities.” - Online Information Review

This ground-breaking edited collection explores the challenges of preserving complex digital objects such as simulations, visualisations, digital art and

Drawing on the outputs of the JISC-funded Preservation of Complex Objects (POCOS) symposia, enhanced with specialist pathfinder solutions, this book will cover topics such as the legal and technical challenges of preservation, curation and authority, and digital archaeology. Written by international experts from a broad background of library, collecting institutions, information and computer science, and digital preservation backgrounds, this collection showcases the state of the art of the discipline and brings together stakeholder perspectives from across the preservation community.

Contents: Foreword - Adam Farquhar Preface - Neil Grindley Introduction - Janet Delve and David Anderson PART 1: WHY AND WHAT TO PRESERVE: CREATIVITY VERSUS PRESERVATION 1. Standing on the shoulders of heavily armed giants – why history matters for game development - Dan Pinchbeck 2. Archaeology versus anthropology: what can truly be preserved? - Richard A Bartle 3. Make or break? Concerning the value of redundancy as a creative strategy Simon Biggs 4. Between code and space: the challenges of preserving complex digital creativity in contemporary arts practice - Michael Takeo Magruder PART 2: THE MEMORY INSTITUTION/DATA ARCHIVAL PERSPECTIVE 5. Preservation of digital objects at the Archaeology Data Service - Jenny Mitcham 6. Preserving games for museum collections and public display: the National Videogame Archive - Tom Woolley, James Newman and Iain Simons 7. Bridging the gap in digital art preservation: interdisciplinary reflections on authenticity, longevity and potential collaborations - Perla Innocenti 8. Laying a trail of breadcrumbs – preparing the path for preservation - Drew Baker and David Anderson PART 3: DIGITAL PRESERVATION APPROACHES, PRACTICE AND TOOLS 9. Digital preservation and curation: the danger of overlooking software - Neil Chue Hong 10. How do I know that I have preserved software? - Brian Matthews, Arif Shaon and Esther Conway 11. Digital preservation strategies for visualizations and simulations - Janet Delve, Hugh Denard and William Kilbride 12. The ISDA tools: preserving 3D digital content - Kenton McHenry, Rob Kooper, Luigi Marini and Michael Ondrejcek 13. Ecologies of research and performance: preservation challenges in the London Charter - Hugh Denard 14. A tangled web: metadata and problems in game preservation - Jerome McDonough 15. Metadata for preserving computing environments - Angela Dappert 16. Preserving games environments via TOTEM, KEEP and Bletchley Park - Janet Delve, Dan Pinchbeck and Winfried Bergmeyer 17. Documenting the context of software art works through social theory: towards a vocabulary for context classification - Leo Konstantelos PART 4: CASE STUDIES 18. The Villa of Oplontis: a ‘born-digital’ project - John R Clarke 19. Preservation of complex cultural heritage objects – a practical Implementation - Daniel Pletinckx. 2010 208pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047111 eBook: 9781856048774 2003 328pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856044660

Preparing Collections for Digitization Anna E Bülow and Jess Ahmon

Digitizing Collections

Strategic issues for the information manager Lorna M Hughes

Series: Digital Futures

Adrian Brown, Parliamentary Archives, UK

2013 352pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047555 eBook: 9781856049627

“This book shares useful, practical knowledge in the important area of digital preservation. It provides knowledge of the process for a broad audience, effectively serving as a practical handbook for those specialists drowning in information about digital preservation and needing a clear, practical overview to help them get started. Because of the clarity and practical guidance offered, the book is valuable for the interested non-specialist too, and I would recommend it a must-read for those studying information management.” - Library Management

The award-winning Practical Digital Preservation offers a comprehensive overview of best practice and is aimed at the nonspecialist, assuming only a basic understanding of IT. The book provides guidance as to how to implement strategies with minimal time and resources.

Each chapter covers the essential building blocks of digital preservation strategy and implementation, leading the reader through the process. International case studies from organizations such as the Wellcome Library, Central Connecticut State University Library in the USA and Gloucestershire Archives in the UK illustrate how real organizations have approached the challenges of digital preservation.

Contents: 1. Making the case for digital preservation 2. Understanding your requirements 3. Models for implementing a digital preservation service 4. Selecting and acquiring digital objects 5. Accessioning and ingesting digital objects 6. Describing digital objects 7.Preserving digital objects 8. Providing access to users 9. Future trends.

Readership: Anyone involved in digital preservation and those wanting to get a better understanding of the process, students studying library and information science (LIS), archives and records management courses and academics getting to grips with practical issues. 2010 250pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047333 2006 304pp | £54.95 Hardback: 9781856045742 eBook: 9781856049214

Digital Curation

A how-to-do-it manual Ross Harvey

Preservation Management for Libraries, Archives and Museums Edited by G E Gorman and Sydney J Shep

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Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics . . . . 25 Cultural Heritage Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Digital Futures Marilyn Deegan & Simon Tanner | Pb: 9781856045803 | £59.95 eBook: 9781856048644 | £59.95

Digital Preservation

Edited by Marilyn Deegan & Simon Tanner | Pb: 9781856044851 | £59.95 eBook: 9781856049863| £59.95

Preserving Archives, 2nd edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

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DIGITAL LIBRARIES NEW

Exploring Digital Libraries

FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Digital Asset Management in Theory and Practice

Foundations, practice, prospects

Mark Hedges, King's College, UK

Karen Calhoun, University of Pittsburgh, USA

2014 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048200

“Because the book is packed with so many topics, it allows the reader to learn about areas that are often glossed over in the daily running of a library; this is partly because they occur seamlessly. This book allows readers to take away sections of information which can then be used to better integrate and make more interoperable the digital libraries they manage. This really is a must read for those working in the digital library environment and for those who wish to explore digital library concepts further.” - Online Information Review

Exploring Digital Libraries is a highly readable, thought-provoking authorative and in-depth treatment of the digital library arena that provides an up-to-date overview of the progress, nature and future impact of digital libraries, from their collections and technologycentred foundations over two decades ago to their emergent, community-centred engagement with the social web. This essential textbook:

• Brings students and working librarians up to date on the progress, nature and impact of digital libraries, bridging the gap since the publication of the best-known digital library texts • Frames digital library research and practice in the context of the social web and makes the case for moving beyond collections to a new emphasis on libraries’ value to their communities • Introduces several new frameworks and novel syntheses that elucidate digital library themes, suggest strategic directions, and break new ground in the digital library literature. • Calls a good deal of attention to digital library research, but is written from the perspective of strategy and in-depth experience • Provides a global perspective and integrates material from many sources in one place - the chapters on open repositories and hybrid libraries draw together past, present and prospective work in a way that is unique in the literature.

Contents: 1. Emergence and definitions of digital libraries 2. Outcomes of digital libraries’ first decade 3. Key themes and challenges in digital libraries 4. Digital library collections: repositories 5. Hybrid libraries 6. Social roles of digital libraries 7. Digital libraries and their communities 8. The prospects of open access repositories 9. Digital libraries and the social web: Scholarship 10. Digital libraries and the social web: collections and platforms.

Readership: Exploring Digital Libraries suits the needs of a range of readers, from working librarians and library leaders to LIS students and educators, or anyone who wants a highly readable and thought-provoking overview of the field and its importance to the future of libraries.

Digital Humanities in Practice

Edited by Claire Warwick, Melissa Terras and Julianne Nyhan, all at UCL, UK

2012 192pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047661 eBook: 9781856049054

“...high value for scholars interested in digital humanities and for academic support staff who are This groundbreaking textprograms. demystifiesRecommended.” archival and planning projects and recordkeeping theory and its role in modern day practice. - Choice

This practical handbook provides information professionals with everything they need to know to effectively manage digital content and information.

The book addresses digital asset management (DAM) from a practitioner’s point of view but also introduces readers to the theoretical background to the subject. It will thus equip readers with a range of essential strategic, technical and practical skills required to direct digital asset management activities within their area of business, while also providing them a well-rounded and critical understanding of the issues across domains. May 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856049351

Digital Asset Management in Theory and Practice includes an evolving case study that serves to illustrate the topics and issues addressed in each chapter, as well as a sequence of practical exercises using freely available DAM software.

Contents: Architecture and users 2. Digital content and assets 3. Metadata and knowledge organisation 4. DAM systems for enterprise 5. Specifying a DAM system 6. Procuring a DAM system 7. Implementation of a DAM system 8. Distributed DAM and interoperability 9. DAM for research. Readership: Information professionals who work (or aim to work) in the digital content industries and managers of digital assets of various forms. Cultural and memory institutions, digital archives, and any areas of science, government and business organisation where there is a need to curate digital assets. Students taking LIS graduate courses worldwide. 2002 384pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856044653

Introduction to Digital Libraries G G Chowdhury and Sudatta Chowdhury

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Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics . . . . 25 Catalogue 2.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Cultural Heritage Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Digital Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Digital Libraries and Information Access . . . . . . . . . 27 Evaluating and Measuring the Value, Use and Impact of Digital Collections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Linked Data for Libraries, Archives & Museums. . . . 31 Managing Digital Cultural Objects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Mastering Digital Librarianship. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 User Studies for Digital Library Development. . . . . . 22

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EBOOKS & DIGITAL RESOURCES FORTHCOMING IN 2015

The No-nonsense Guide to Licensing Digital Resources Naomi Korn

Expert hands-on advice helping you to make the most of digital resources.

Whether you’re using, creating or providing access to digital resources you will need to have a October 2015 practical understanding of the relevant legal and 160pp | £49.95 licensing issues that might arise. This noPaperback: nonsense guide provides easy-to-follow and 9781856048057 pragmatic solutions to working with everything from e-journals and repositories to databases and image collections from an expert in the field. You might find yourself managing permissions, trying to trace rights holders or having to negotiate licenses but this doesn’t have to be a complex and confusing task with a good understanding of the relevant legal principles and a sensible risk management approach. Case studies drawn from across the globe and from every sector illustrate relevant real-world problems and answers, while flowcharts and checklists provide visual reminders of key points. A handy glossary also offers relevant explanations of legal terms.

Contents: 1. Intellectual property rights and digital content 2. An overview of licensing 3. Digital content and licensing workflow 4. Research outputs and open access 5. Dealing with orphan works and risk management 6. Creating and using open educational resources 7. Using and understanding creative commons licences 8. Managing rights and permissions 9. Negotiating permissions.

Readership: This is an invaluable toolkit for information professionals using, creating or providing access to digitised materials whether in academic, public or special libraries, archives or museums. It is also an essential guide for academics, learning technologists and researchers working with digital content. It provides an ideal introduction for LIS students and academics who want to get to grips with the law regarding digital resources.

Building and Managing E-book Collections A how-to-do-it manual for librarians Edited by Richard Kaplan

2012 216pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048378 2011 368pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856045728 eBook: 9781856048002

“Every librarian and library dealing with e-books should have a copy of this work, as it is a one-stop guide to most issues concerning e-books. It is not just the content but also the language and practical examples that make this book especially valuable.” - Australian Library Journal

E-books in Libraries A practical guide

Edited by Kate Price and Virginia Havergal

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Building an Electronic Resource Collection, 2nd edition

Stuart D Lee & Frances Boyle | Pb: 9781856045315 | £54.95 eBook: 9781856047814 | £54.95

Collection Development in the Digital Age . . . . . . . . . 2 Customer-based Collection Development . . . . . . . . . . 2 Delivering Digital Services David McMenemy & Alan Poulter | Hb: 9781856045100 | £59.95

Marketing Your Library's Electronic Resources . . . . . . Negotiating Licences for Digital Resources Fiona Durrant | Pb: 9781856045865 | £49.95 eBook: 9781856049818 | £49.95

E-LEARNING

FORTHCOMING IN 2015 2ND EDITION

Copyright and E-learning A guide for practitioners Jane Secker, LSE, UK About the first edition:

December 2015 192pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300600

“Copyright is an area of growing concern to educational institutions which provide online access to materials. The complexity of the area has sometimes discouraged educators from engaging with it, but the practical suggestions and relevant case studies included in this title, as well as the provision of further readings makes this an excellent reference guide, and one which educators will find interesting as well as easy to understand.” - Australian Academic and Research Libraries

Jane Secker has completely revised and updated this highly successful text to take into account all the recent developments in the field. Through its practically based overview of current and emerging copyright issues facing those working in e-learning, this book will help to break this barrier down and equip professionals with the tools, skills and understanding they need to work confidently and effectively in the virtual learning environment with the knowledge that they are doing so legally.

New and developing services, software and other technologies are being adapted in e-learning environments to engage students and academic staff. These technologies present increasing challenges to IPR and legal issues and this book will help librarians and educators to meet them. Key topics addressed include:

• Who owns the rights in works that are the product of collaboration? • What do you do if you can’t find the rights holders? • The legal risks associated with Web 2.0 • digitizing published content for delivery in the VLE • using multimedia in e-learning • copyright issues and ‘born’ digital resources • copyright in the emerging digital environment of Web 2.0 • copyright training for staff.

Readership: This book is essential reading for anyone working in education including learning support staff and teachers using e-learning, learning technologists, librarians, educational developers, instructional designers, IT staff and trainers. It is also relevant for anyone working in the education sector from school level to higher education, and those developing learning resources in commercial organizations and the public sector including libraries, museums and archives, and government departments.

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Seven Steps to Effective Online Teaching

INFORMATION LITERACY NEW

Instructional design and strategies for online teaching and learning

April 2015 208pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048330

readers how to:

Informed by research and learning theories and oriented specifically to online teaching and learning in a library context, the book will show

• apply appropriate learning principles and theories in the instructional design process • integrate information literacy skills into instructional sequences • conduct a learner needs assessment • undertake instructional design planning • evaluate instructional tools • evaluate units of instruction.

Contents: 1. Developing a needs analysis/assessment and Imagining Instructional Goals 2. Detailing Instructional Analysis 3. Discovering or Defining Entry Behaviour and Learner Characteristics 4. Extracting and Describing Performance Objectives 5. Planning Instructional Strategies 6. Developing Instructional Materials 7. Formative Evaluation. Readership: All librarians who teach online.

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Supporting E-learning

Edited by Maxine Melling | Hb: 9781856045353 | £54.95 eBook: 9781856047944 | £54.95

HEALTH LIBRARIES

Changing Roles and Contexts for Health Library and Information Professionals Edited by Alison Brettle and Christine Urquhart

2011 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047401 eBook: 9781856049030

2010 256pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046626 eBook: 9781856049993

2011 192pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856047319 eBook: 9781856049276

“However working environments change in the years to come there will always be a need to collect, organize and provide access to health information. These tasks will be performed by someone but not necessarily by librarians, so if our profession wants to avoid sliding into insignificance we will need to understand how to step into the roles that are emerging. This book essentially offers the library profession a survival guide to working in healthcare.” - Library and Information Research

Understanding Healthcare Information

Metaliteracy

Reinventing information literacy to empower learners Thomas P Mackey, SUNY Empire State College, USA and Trudi E Jacobson, University at Albany, SUNY, USA

Diane K Kovacs

This book provides step-by-step guidance to designing online teaching and guidance using a formal instructional design process.

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2014 250pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300129

“This book is of great value to any librarian seeking to find ways to integrate literacy into a classroom. It will also be useful to any instructional designer wanting to integrate the ever-growing number of literacies into the development sessions offered to faculty.” - ARBA

This new book presents a comprehensive structure for information literacy theory that will help your students grasp an understanding of the critical thinking and reflection required to engage in technology spaces as savvy producers, collaborators, and sharers.

Today’s learners communicate, create, and share information using a range of information technologies such as social media, blogs, microblogs, wikis, mobile devices and apps, virtual worlds, and MOOCs.

In their new book, respected information literacy experts Mackey and Jacobson present a comprehensive structure for information literacy theory that builds on decades of practice while recognizing the knowledge required for an expansive and interactive information environment. The concept of metaliteracy expands the scope of traditional information skills (determine, access, locate, understand, produce, and use information) to include the collaborative production and sharing of information in participatory digital environments (collaborate, produce, and share) prevalent in today’s world.

Combining theory and case studies, the authors: show why media literacy, visual literacy, digital literacy, and a host of other specific literacies are critical for informed citizens in the 21st century; offer a framework for engaging in today’s information environments as active, self-reflective, and critical contributors to these collaborative spaces; and connect metaliteracy to such topics as metadata, the semantic web, metacognition, open education, distance learning, and digital storytelling. Contents: : Foreword – Sheila Webber 1. Developing a metaliteracy framework to promote metacognitive learning 2. Metaliteracy in the open age of social media 3. Metaliteracy as an integrated model of related literacies 4. Global trends in emerging literacies 5. Survey of the field: from theoretical frameworks to praxis 6. The evolution of a dedicated information literacy course toward mtaliteracy 7. Exploring digital storytelling from a metaliteracy perspective. Readership: Any librarian involved in teaching information literacy, LIS students, academics and researchers.

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Using Web 2.0 for Health Information

Edited by Paula Younger and Peter Morgan

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Going Beyond Google Again

Rethinking Information Literacy

Jane Devine and Francine Egger-Sider, both at LaGuardia Community College Library, USA

Edited by Jane Secker, LSE, UK and Emma Coonan, Cambridge University, UK

Strategies for using and teaching the invisible web

2013 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048385

“Devine and Egger-Sider make a convincing case in arguing that educators and librarians need to hammer home the importance of using a toolbox of search techniques rather than simply relying on one or two that only skim the web’s surface.” - Times Higher Education

This highly practical guide focuses on strategies and teaching tools for getting more out of the ‘deep’ or ‘invisible’ web, enabling students and users to tap into the wealth of material that isn’t to be found on Google or other mainstream search engines. Building upon the authors’ previous well respected book, Going Beyond Google, which placed teaching the invisible web into information literacy programmes, Going Beyond Google Again expands on the teaching foundation laid in the first book and continues to document the invisible web’s existence and evolution, and suggests ways of teaching students to use it.

Contents: PART I: WHAT IS THE INVISIBLE WEB NOW? 1. The invisible web today 2. Studies of Information-seeking behaviour PART II: HOW WILL THE INVISIBLE WEB MAKE STUDENTS BETTER RESEARCHERS? 3. Teaching the invisible web: a survey of theory and practice 4. How to make students better researchers: the invisible web in teaching 5. Teaching resources PART III: TOOLS FOR MINING THE INVISIBLE WEB AND A LOOK AT ITS FUTURE 6. Looking inside the invisible web: a sampler 7. Future of the invisible web and its implications for teaching. Readership: Librarians, teachers and LIS lecturers will find ample support, research and resources to take students beyond the limitations of traditional web searching. Students and researchers will find new tools and techniques to unlock the power of the invisible web and go even further beyond Google.

Information Literacy Beyond Library 2.0 Edited by Peter Godwin and Jo Parker

2012 298pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047623 eBook: 9781856048804

2008 200pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856046374 eBook: 9781856048668

“This book is of most benefit to anyone teaching information literacy, and especially so to those involved in developing digital literacy skills in their user groups. It is also a great source of contacts and resources, providing names for information literacy proponents across the world.” - Managing Information

Information Literacy Meets Library 2.0

A practical framework for supporting learning

2013 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048224 eBook: 9781856049528

“After reading the book, I felt I had a toolkit of really practical ideas that I could adapt to my own instructional context and start implementing straight away. The structure of the book also facilitates both detailed reading and quick reference...this book is an essential purchase for anyone involved in supporting learning and information skills.” - Libfocus

Based on groundbreaking research, undertaken by the authors as part of the prestigious Arcadia Programme at Cambridge University, this book presents a new and dynamic information literacy curriculum developed for the 21st century information professional. The authors adopt a broad definition of information literacy that encompasses social as well as academic environments and situates IL as a fundamental attribute of the discerning scholar and the informed citizen. It seeks to address in a modular, flexible and holistic way the developing information needs of students entering higher education over the next five years.

The book is organized around the ten ‘strands’ of the new curriculum, which cover the whole landscape of information literacy development required to succeed as an undergraduate in higher education. Interweaving the authors' research and the reflections of internationally recognized experts from the library, education and information literacy sectors, including Moira Bent, Andy Priestner, Sarah Pavey, Geoff Walton and Elizabeth Tilley, it illustrates how and why this new curriculum will work in practice. Detailed appendices present the curriculum, lesson plans and tools for institutional audit, giving readers all the tools they need to implement it successfully in their institutions.

Readership: 1. Transition from school to higher education - Sarah Pavey 2. Becoming an independent learner - Geoff Walton and Jamie Cleland 3. Developing academic literacies - Moira Bent 4. Mapping and evaluating the information landscape - Clare McCluskey 5. Resource discovery in your discipline - Isla Kuhn 6. Managing information - Elizabeth Tilley 7. The ethical dimension of information Lyn Parker 8. Presenting and communicating knowledge - Andy Priestner 9. Synthesizing information and creating new knowledge - Emma Coonan 10. The social dimension of information - Helen Webster Afterword. 'Ownership is a flawed concept' - Katy Wrathall Readership: Any librarian involved in teaching information literacy and LIS students, researchers and academics.

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“…I would recommend this book to librarians from all sectors. The key concepts are explained thoroughly and the case studies provide good examples of practical applications of the tools.” - Journal of Information Literacy

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4TH EDITION

2013 288pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046053 eBook: 9781856049672

Transforming Information Literacy Using Learner-centered Teaching

Expert Internet Searching Phil Bradley

“Competency - an attribute articulated in many information professional guidelines - is the Holy Grail that Phil Bradley's Expert Internet Searching offers its readers. While technology helps many of us earn our living, mastering search using Internet tools allows us to work more effectively and efficiently. Knowing the best resources to choose and how to use them effectively saves all of us time. Whether your focus is personal research or delivering awesome training, this book can contribute mightily to your success...Expert Internet Searching is a book that, if found on your bookshelf, may display worn page corners and multiple coffee stains from constant reference.” - Learned Publishing

Since the last edition was published internet search has changed dramatically, with both the amount of information to be found online and the diversity of tools to unlock it expanding exponentially. This new edition, rewritten from scratch, gives readers the information and guidance they need to choose the right search tools and strategies for each information need. From searching social media effectively to tracking down an expert or a news story, and from searching by image to searching multimedia, Bradley introduces the best search engines and tools and explains how to get the most out of them. Whether you are a casual searcher or an expert information retriever, you will find information on a wide variety of search engines that you’ve never tried before and lists of tools and resources that will make you an even better searcher than you already are. Contents: An introduction to the internet 2. An introduction to search engines 3. The Google experience 4. Other free-text search engines 5. Directory- and category-based search engines 6. Multi- and meta-search engines 7. Social media search engines 8. Visual searching 9. Finding People 10. People-based resources 11. Academic and other specialized search engines 12. News-based search engines 13. Multimedia search engines 14. Hints and tips on better searching with sample search examples 15. Search utilities and resources to make life easier 16. The future of search. Readership: This book will be an invaluable guide for anyone searching the internet for information, whether you are taking your first steps or are becoming more expert. Those teaching others how to search the internet efficiently will find suggestions and strategies and an eloquent rebuttal of the claim that ‘it’s all on Google’.

Joan R Kaplowitz

2012 276pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048354

“...a must-have for anyone who teaches information literacy in any sector for any amount of time, whether it be for one or two stand-alone sessions a year or a fully credited academic course. The clear layout and conversational tone mean it is easy to both read from cover to cover and to dip into so one can return to it regularly.” - Managing Information

A Guide to Teaching Information Literacy 101 tips

Helen Blanchett, Chris Powis and Jo Webb

2011 272pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046596 eBook: 9781856048767

“...this is an essential book for those new to teaching information literacy, and a useful addition to the collection of experienced practitioners. It is certainly one to which I will return in the future.” - Journal of Information Literacy

Teaching Information Literacy Online

Thomas P Mackey and Trudi E Jacobsen

2011 226pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047678

“Mackey and Jacobson have assembled a veritable bible on how to do it right by providing eight original models of IL best practices and successful online implementations.” - Library Journal

Improving Students' Web Use and Information Literacy A guide for teachers and teacher librarians

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2010 160pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047432 eBook: 9781856048811

2ND EDITION

2001 224pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856043793

“This should be added to everyone’s professional bookshelf and their library collections for others to access. More than one would be preferable in a school library so that those keen staff members who have been inspired by their teachers can take it, digest it and use it.” - Access

A Guide to Finding Quality Information on the Internet

Selection and evaluation strategies Alison Cooke

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INFORMATION ORGANIZATION & RETRIEVAL

Innovations in Information Retrieval

Perspectives for Theory and Practice

Edited by Allen Foster and Pauline Rafferty

FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Practical Ontologies for Information Professionals

David Stuart, King’s College London, UK

Practical Ontologies for Information Professionals provides an introduction to ontologies and their development, an essential tool for fighting back against information overload.

The development of robust and widely used ontologies is an increasingly important tool in the fight against information overload. The publishing and sharing of explicit explanations for a wide variety of conceptualizations, in a machine readable format, has the power to both improve information retrieval and identify new knowledge. December 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300624

2011 176pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046978 eBook: 9781856049733

3RD EDITION

Readership: This book will be useful reading for information professionals in libraries and other cultural heritage institutions who are associated with digitalization projects, cataloguing and classification and information retrieval. It will also be useful to LIS students who are new to the field.

Facilitating Access to the Web of Data A guide for librarians David Stuart

2011 208pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047456 eBook: 9781856049092

“All in all, Stuart has produced a must-read for any library or information professional (or anyone working in the delivery, structuring and organization of information via the web, which includes a whole host of other folks). Without getting mired in technical details, but yet providing enough for the uninitiated to get a "flavour" for what's involved, there is enough here to sink one's teeth into and links to other resources for further reading to expand on the concepts introduced in this work. I highly recommend it!” - Chris Mavergames

Interactive Information Seeking, Behaviour and Retrieval Edited by Ian Ruthven and Diane Kelly

2011 336pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047074 eBook: 9781856049740

“This book is a must if one is a student or researcher new to information science and, in particular, to information retrieval (IR) interaction and multimedia research.” - Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval G. G. Chowdhury

This new book provides an accessible introduction to the following: • What is an ontology? Defining the concept and why it is increasingly important to the information professional. • Ontologies and the semantic web • Existing ontologies, such as SKOS, OWL, FOAF, schema.org, and the DBpedia Ontology • Adopting and building ontologies, showing how to avoid repetition of work and how to build a simple ontology with Protégé • Interrogating semantic web ontologies • The future of ontologies and the role of the information professional in their development and use.

“...an invaluable starting point for undergraduate and graduate information science students looking for ideas for essay and research topics, and also as an illustration of how to write good literature reviews. There must be around 500 or more papers cited in total, and anyone in the IR community and many in enterprise search would benefit from the insights provided by the authors. Definitely a fivestar rating.” - Ariadne

“The full gamut of information is covered … The text will be of great use to information practitioners to review their IR knowledge, and bring it up-to-date in many areas.” - Australian Academic and Research Libraries

2010 528pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046947 2007 256pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856045780 eBook: 9781856049900

5TH EDITION

1996 472pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856040488

Organizing Information From the Shelf to the Web

G G Chowdhury and Sudatta Chowdhury

The Subject Approach to Information A C Foskett

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Essential Classification, 2nd edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Essential Library of Congress Subject Headings . . . . 9 Essential RDA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Information Architecture Edited by Alan Gilchrist & Barry Mahon | Hb: 9781856044875 | £54.95

Information Resource Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Linked Data for Libraries, Archives and Museums . . 31 Maxwell's Handbook for RDA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Metadata, 2nd edition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 RDA and Cartographic Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 RDA and Serials Cataloguing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 RDA: Resource Description and Access Print . . . . . . 9 RDA: Strategies for Implementation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

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Library Analytics and Metrics

Using data to drive decisions and services

Altmetrics

Ben Showers, Cabinet Office, UK

A practical guide for librarians, researchers and academics Andy Tattersall, University of Sheffield, UK

This book gives an overview of altmetrics, their tools and how to implement them successfully to boost your research output.

New methods of scholarly communication and dissemination of information are having a huge impact on how academics and researchers build profiles and share research. This groundbreaking and highly practical guide looks at the role that library and information professionals can play in facilitating these new ways of working and demonstrating impact and influence. December 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300105

The book explains the theory behind the growing altmetrics – alternative metrics for measuring scholarly impact, from social networks such as Twitter and blogs to online platforms such as Mendeley, ResearchGate and Altmetrics.org – movement, how it came about, why it can help improve academics and their research profiles and where it sits amongst current measurements of impact.

Drawing on the expertise of leading altmetric innovators and the LIS professionals using their tools, the book explains the connections between research and social media and how academics can use the multitude of tools freely available to them for their own benefits. Altmetrics will empower librarians, researchers and academics to develop the skills and knowledge needed to introduce and support altmetrics within their own institutions.

Contents: 1. Introduction - Andy Tattersall 2. Road map: From web 2.0 to altmetrics - Andy Tattersall 3. Metrics of the trade: where have we come from? - Andrew Booth 4. The rise of altmetrics - Euan Adie 5. Alt meets metric - William Gunn 6.The evolution of library metrics - Ben Showers 7. Resources and tools - Andy Tattersall 8. Appmetrics - improving impact on the go - Claire Beecroft 9. The connected academic - implementing altmetrics within your organisation - Andy Tattersall 10. What lies ahead? How metrics might be measured in the future - Andy Tattersall 11. Conclusion - Andy Tattersall. Readership: Library and information professionals working higher education, research bodies, government bodies and charities; researchers, academics, higher education leaders and strategists.

With the wealth of data available to library and information services, analytics are the key to understanding your users and your field of operations better and improving the services that you offer. This book sets out the opportunities that analytics present to libraries, and provides inspiration for how they can use the data within their systems to help inform decisions and drive services. Using case studies to provide real-life examples of current developments and services, and packed full of practical advice and guidance for libraries looking to realise the value of their data, this will be an essential guide for librarians and information professionals. February 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856049658

This volume brings together a group of internationally recognised experts to explore some of the key issues in the exploitation of data analytics and metrics in the library and cultural heritage sectors.

Contents: Introduction: getting the measure of analytics and metrics 1. Library data: big and small 2. Data-driven collections management 3. Using data to demonstrate library impact and value 4. Going beyond the numbers: using qualitative research to transform the library user experience 5. Web and social media metrics for the cultural heritage sector 6. Understanding and managing the risks of analytics 7. Conclusion: towards a data-driven future?

Readership: This book will be an invaluable resource to librarians and library directors interested in developing a data-driven approach to their service provision and decision making, and to those involved in the delivery and development of services, management of library systems and infrastructure as well as those who liaise with students and researchers. Students on library and information science courses will find this a useful tool. The book will also be of relevance to those managers and practitioners in other cultural heritage sectors such as museums, archives and galleries. NEW

Assessing Service Quality

Satisfying the expectations of library customers

Peter Hernon, Simmons College, USA, Ellen Altman and Robert Dugan

Technological progress has meant that the old measures of service quality no longer apply. If May 2015 libraries are to succeed, they must see themselves 224pp | £49.95 in competition with other institutions and sources Paperback: of information, especially the Web, and make 9781783300594 customers feel welcome and valued. This classic book is brought fully up to date as Peter Hernon and Ellen Altman integrate the use of technology into the customer experience. They offer solid, practical ideas for developing a customer service plan that meets the library's customer-focused mission, vision, and goals, challenging librarians to think about customer service in new ways, including: • • • •

Distance education Use of library Web sites Partnerships and consortia for electronic collections Ways to effectively embrace change for continuous improvement

Readership: Senior librarians, library directors, and trustees will learn how to see the library as the customer does with the aid of dozens of tools to measure service quality--from mystery shoppers and benchmarking to surveys and group interviews.

Web Metrics for Library and Information Professionals

David Stuart, King's College London, UK

FORTHCOMING IN 2015 3RD EDITION

This book will enable libraries to make informed decisions, develop new services and improve user experience by collecting, analysing and utilising data.

“A seminal work of impressive scholarship...highly recommended” - Midwest Book Review

2014 192pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048743

A practical guide to using web metrics to measure impact and demonstrate value.

The web provides an opportunity to collect a host of different metrics, from those associated with social media accounts and websites to more traditional research outputs. This book is a clear guide for library and information professionals as to what web metrics are available and how to assess and use them to make informed decisions and demonstrate value. As individuals and organizations increasingly use the web in addition to traditional publishing avenues and formats, this book provides the tools to unlock web metrics and evaluate the impact of this content.

Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Bibliometrics, webometrics and web metrics 3. Data collection tools 4. Evaluating impact on the web 5. Evaluating social media impact 6. Investigating relationships between actors 7. Exploring traditional publications in a new environment 8. Web metrics and the web of data 9. The future of web metrics and the library and information professional.

Readership: This book will provide a practical introduction to web metrics for a wide range of library and information professionals, from the bibliometrician wanting to demonstrate the wider impact of a researcher’s work than can be demonstrated through traditional citations databases, to the reference librarian wanting to measure how successfully they are engaging with their users on Twitter. It will be a valuable tool for anyone who wants to not only understand the impact of content, but demonstrate this impact to others within the organization and beyond.

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Evaluating the Impact of Your Library Sharon Markless and David Streatfield

2013 288pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048125 eBook: 9781856048941

“Writing a review on a second edition of any book that one has reviewed before is not an easy task, especially if one's favourable opinion shows up on the cover of the second edition for attracting readers's attention. Nevertheless, I thought that it is worth repeating myself six and a half years later because this edition is as good as the first one.” - Information Research

Assessing impact is increasingly critical to the survival of services: managers now require comprehensive information about effectiveness, especially in relation to users. Outlining a rigorously tested approach to library evaluation and offering practical tools and highly relevant examples, this book enables LIS managers to get to grips with the slippery concept of service impact and to address their own impact questions in their planning. The 2nd edition is fully updated to include international approaches to qualitative library evaluation, new international research, and current debates on the evolving nature of evaluation, as well as reflections on the importance of involving stakeholders and of evaluation to guide advocacy.

Readership: Practising library and information service managers and policy makers in the field. LIS policy shapers and managers in public, education (schools, further and higher education), health and special libraries and information services working in any country or internationally and people engaged in professional education in the field such as lecturers or students.

User Studies for Digital Library Development

Edited by Milena Dobreva, Andy O'Dwyer and Pierluigi Feliciati

2012 302pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047654 eBook: 9781856049269

2011 218pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047203 eBook: 9781856049085 2006 272pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856045933 eBook: 9781856049887

“This is a publication I can wholeheartedly recommend to academics, researchers, students and practitioners. It is solidly embedded in the theory and literature of information behaviour and user studies. However, the text should not overwhelm practitioners who wish to enter the fascinating area of user studies research in the ever-expanding world of digital libraries.” - Online Information Review

Evaluating and Measuring the Value, Use and Impact of Digital Collections Edited by Lorna M Hughes

Measuring Library Performance Principles and techniques Peter Brophy

Also of interest

Information Users and Usability in the Digital Age . . . .

ISSUES & TRENDS FORTHCOMING IN 2015

The Library Innovation Toolkit Ideas, strategies, and programs

Anthony Molaro, St Catherine University, USA and Leah L White, ELA Area Public Library

Progress for the sake of progress is all too often a drain on precious time and resources. The communities and users that libraries serve are always changing; true innovation helps libraries December 2015 adapt to meet their needs and aspirations both now 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: and in the future. This stimulating collection offers 9781783300105 numerous snapshots of innovation in action at a range of libraries, showcasing ideas and initiatives that will inspire librarians at their own institutions. Among the topics covered are • The importance of creating organizational structures that lead to innovation • Strategies for getting library staff and other stakeholders on board and engaged, complete with a step-by-step toolkit for achieving innovative outcomes • Ways to expand the library beyond its walls to deliver exceptional and innovative services to library users • Money-saving initiatives that use technology to improve users’ experience • Innovative uses of library spaces, such as designing and implementing a digital media lab • Examples of creative programming, from running a C2E2-style comic convention, creating an “idea” forum, to re-envisioning a children’s writing club and launching Readtember, a month of literacy programs featuring zombies, dads, and gaming

This valuable sourcebook encourages readers to take big risks, ask deeper questions, strive for better service, and dream bigger ideas.

Reflecting on the Future of Academic and Public Libraries

Edited by Peter Hernon, Simmons College, USA and Joseph R Matthews

2013 248pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856049481

“I recommend this book for those people who make the decisions in all libraries because advances in automation and the information age are coming to all of us whether we like it or not.” - Technicalities

In this systematic attempt to speak to academic and public librarians about the future of library services, Hernon and Matthews invite a raft of contributors to step back and envision the type of future library that will generate excitement and enthusiasm among users and stakeholders. Anyone interested in the future of libraries will be engaged and stimulated as the contributors: • Examine the current state of the library, summarizing existing literature on the topic to sketch in historical background • Project into the future, using SWOT analysis, environmental scans, and other techniques to posit how library infrastructure (such as staff, collections, technology, and facilities) can adapt in the decades ahead • Construct potential scenarios that library leaders can use to forge paths for their own institutions.

The collection of knowledge and practical wisdom in this book will help academic and public libraries find ways to honour their missions while planning for the broader institutional changes already underway.

Readership: Library managers, academic and public librarians, LIS students and academics and anyone interested in the future of libraries.

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Also of interest

Our Enduring Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Network Reshapes the Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

FORTHCOMING IN 2015 2ND EDITION

KNOWLEDGE & INFORMATION MANAGEMENT FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Information Management Solutions

Communications and collaboration in a web 2.0 world Edited by Elizabeth Lomas, Northumbria University, UK

Most organizational information is now created and carried as communications (email, instant messaging, Facebook etc). These communications may be inside an organization’s networks or externally on hosted social networks. This book confronts the difficult reality of the divided information world we now need to work with and manage. It investigates why this is the case and then puts relevant management structures and solutions in place. July 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047180

Contents: 1. Email 2. Underpinning knowledge 3. Information architecture 4. Access and security 5. Classification and search 6. Retention 7. Digital preservation.

Readership: This multi-authored work provides a practical and international perspective focusing on the information management of communications, and is essential reading for records managers, archivists, information mangers, ICT professionals, trainers and business managers working within organisation of all sizes. It will also be of use to the research community. 2011 370pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047357

Knowledge Management An introduction

Kevin C Desouza and Scott Paquette

Also of interest

Competing with Knowledge

Angela Abell & Nigel Oxbrow | Pb: 9781856045834 | £54.95

Information Governance and Assurance . . . . . . . . . . 12 Records Management and Information Culture . . . . 33 Records and Information Management . . . . . . . . . . . 34

LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE TEXTBOOKS 6TH EDITION

Information 2.0

New models of information production, distribution and consumption

Martin De Saulles, University of Brighton, UK

March 2015 192pp| £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300099

This textbook rovides an overview of the digital information landscape and explains the implications of the technological changes for the information industry, from publishers and broadcasters to the information professionals who manage information in all its forms.

This fully-updated second edition includes examples of organizations and individuals who are seizing on the opportunities thrown up by this once-in-a-generation technological shift providing a cutting-edge guide to where we are going both as information consumers and in terms of broader societal changes. Each chapter explores aspects of the information lifecycle, including production, distribution, storage and consumption and contains case studies chosen to illustrate particular issues and challenges facing the information industry.

One of the key themes of the book is the way that organizations, public and commercial, are blurring their traditional lines of responsibility. Amazon is moving from simply selling books to offering the hardware and software for reading them. Apple still makes computer hardware but also manages one of the world’s leading marketplaces for music and software applications. Google maintains its position as the most popular internet search engine but has also digitized millions of copies of books from leading academic libraries and backed the development of the world’s most popular computing platform, Android. At the heart of these changes are the emergence of cheap computing devices for decoding and presenting digital information and a network which allows the bits and bytes to flow freely, for the moment at least, from producer to consumer.

While the digital revolution is impacting on everyone who works with information, sometimes negatively, the second edition of Information 2.0 shows that the opportunities outweigh the risks for those who take the time to understand what is going on. Information has never been more abundant and accessible so those who know how to manage it for the benefit of others in the digital age will be in great demand.

Contents: 1. Introduction 2. New models of information production 3. New models of information storage 4. New models of information distribution 5. New models of information consumption 6. Conclusion.

Readership: Students taking courses in library and information science, publishing and communication studies, with particular relevance to core modules exploring the information society and digital information. Academics and practitioners who need to get to grips with the new information environment.

The Information Society

A study of continuity and change

John Feather, Loughborough University, UK

2013 240pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048187

“This unconventional text is for students entering the information and communication professions, such as information studies, librarianship, and communication studies. It provides a broad understanding of the nature of today's information society by charting how information has been accumulated, analyzed, and disseminated in the past. Reference and Research Book News

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Foundations of the Information Sciences

Information Needs Analysis

Principles and practice in information organizations

Series Editors: David Bawden and Lyn Robinson, both at City University London, UK and Jonathan Furner, UCLA, USA

Daniel G Dorner, G E Gorman and Philip J Calvert, all at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

December 2014 256pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856044844

This series provides a set of advanced textbooks that cover all aspects of the information sciences. Each book is rooted in the research literature of LIS and related areas, gives clearly structured introductions to important topics within information sciences and will bring the reader to a full understanding of the latest state of research and practice in its topic. Future volumes will feature topics including search, collection disciplines, digital culture and information architecture.

If you want to provide an information service that truly fulfils your users' needs, this book is essential reading.

Analysing and assessing the information needs of clients is key to the provision of effective service and appropriate collections in both face-to-face and virtual library services. The importance of information needs analysis is widely recognized by information professionals, but currently there is little substantive, detailed work in the professional literature devoted to this important topic. This new book is designed to fill that gap, by supporting practitioners in developing an information needs analysis strategy, and offering the necessary professional skills and techniques to do so. It will offer guidance to team leaders and senior managers in all areas of library work, especially those involved in collection management, service provision and web development, and is equally applicable to the needs of academic, public, government, commercial and other more specialized library and information services. The text adopts a hands-on, jargon-free approach, and includes relevant examples, case studies, reader activities and sources of further reading.

Contents: 1. Background to needs analysis for information managers 2. The importance of context in information needs analysis 3. Models and types of information needs analysis 4. The stages of information needs analysis 5. Gathering data for information needs analyses 6. Gathering data from existing sources 7. Gathering data through surveys 8. Gathering data through interviews 9. Analysing and integrating information needs analysis data 10. Reporting on an information needs analysis. Readership: The book will be essential reading for library and information practitioners, team leaders and senior managers. It will also be a core text on 2007 320pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046176 eBook: 9781856049146

3RD EDITION

2005 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856045575

Librarianship An introduction

G G Chowdhury, Paul F Burton, David McMenemy and Alan Poulter

An Introduction to Library and Information Work Selection and evaluation strategies

Anne Totterdell, Jane Gill and Alan Hornsey

Inspection copies

Our titles are available as inspection copies for lecturers considering them for course adoption. Email: [email protected]

Introduction to Information Science

David Bawden and Lyn Robinson, both at City University, UK

2012 384pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048101

“...the textbook is not only theoretical, but contains also many practical aspects of information science, and addresses many questions of professionals in practice. Particularly appreciated, in this respect, is the readability and legibility of the book, as well as its efficient graphical design. A conclusion? This beautiful book can go into the world and explain the best principles and roles of information science.” - Journal of Documentation

This landmark textbook takes a whole subject approach to Information Science as a discipline.

Introduced by leading international scholars and offering a global perspective on the discipline, this is designed to be the standard text for students worldwide. The authors’ expert narrative guides you through each of the essential building blocks of information science offering a concise introduction and expertly chosen further reading and resources. Critical topics covered include: • • • • • •

foundations: concepts, theories and historical perspectives organising and retrieving Information information behaviour, domain analysis and digital literacies technologies, digital libraries and information management information research methods and informetrics changing contexts: information society, publishing, e-science and digital humanities • the future of the discipline.

Readership: Students of information science, information and knowledge management, librarianship, archives and records management worldwide. Students of other information-related disciplines such as museum studies, publishing, and information systems and practitioners in all of these disciplines. 2012 288pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046671 2010 256pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046626 eBook: 9781856049993

Information Resource Description Creating and managing metadata

Philip Hider, Charles Sturt University, Australia

Understanding Healthcare Information Lyn Robinson, City University, UK

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Introduction to Information Behaviour Nigel Ford, University of Sheffield, UK

July 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048507

This landmark textbook is the essential resource for students, academics and researchers globally exploring information behaviour, users and information literacy.

Drawing on international research, practice and theory across sectors this provides the authoritative overview of the information behaviour field today.

Contents: 1. What is information behaviour and why is it useful to know about it? 2. What are the components of information behaviour? 3. How do these components work in different contexts? 4. Case studies of information behaviour in particular domains 5. What models and theories of information behaviour have been developed? 6. How can we research information behaviour? 7. Past, present and future: the trajectory of information behaviour research and practice. Readership: Invaluable reading for library and information courses as well as related social science courses this will also prove useful for LIS professionals grappling with user issues in their day-to-day work.

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Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Collection Development in the Digital Age . . . . . . . . . 2 Exploring Digital Libraries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Essential Cataloguing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Essential Classification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Essential Dewey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Essential Thesaurus Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Fundamentals for the Academic Liaison . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Fundamentals of Collection Development and Management, 3rd edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Fundamentals of Managing Reference Collections . 34 Information Ethics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Interactive Information Seeking, Behaviour and Retrieval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Introduction to Digital Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval, 3rd edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Knowledge Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Library and Information Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Management Basics for Information Professionals, 3rd edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Managing Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Metadata, 2nd edition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Practical Cataloguing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Organizing Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Our Enduring Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Research Methods in Information, 2nd edition . . . . . 37 Reference and Information Services, 3rd edition . . . 35 Successful Enquiry Answering Every Time, 6th edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE RESEARCH NEW

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Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics 2012-2013

Edited by Samantha K Hastings, University of South Carolina, USA 2014 360pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781783300266

“Keeping, managing, and sustaining the objects of cultures both living and dead are topics for the brave imaginations on display in this debut volume of a new series. These scholars are dedicated to practice, reasoning, behaviour, professionalism, and technique in the essential realm of cultural heritage preservation. They are, more than most of the world’s scholars, devoted to tracing the treasured continuities of how we live and keep our lives. The reports in this first volume will inform and inspire all parts of our field.” - David Carr, professor emeritus at the University of North Carolina

The Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics (ARCHI) is a pivotal resource for cultural heritage scholars, professionals and students providing a compendium of current research, educational initiatives and best practices.

Featuring sixteen original works selected by the distinguished editorial board of international scholars, ARCHI presents a broad spectrum of the cultural heritage informatics field. Whether you are interested in cultural heritage preservation, digitization, digital humanities, user behaviour, technology or educational practices, this edited collection is the central source for current and emerging trends in the rapidly expanding cultural heritage informatics field.

Contents: PART I: BEST PRACTICES 1. Digital preservation: whose responsibility? - Michèle V Cloonan and Martha Mahard 2. Facilitating discovery and use of digital cultural heritage resources with folksonomies: a review - Daniel Gelaw Alemneh and Abebe Rorissa 3. Experiments in cultural heritage informatics: convergence and divergence - Jeannette A Bastian and Ross Harvey PART II: DIGITAL COMMUNITIES 4. Web representation and interpretation of culture: the case of a holistic healing system - Hemalata Iyer and Amber J D’Ambrosio 5. Knitting as cultural heritage: knitting blogs and conservation - Jennifer Burek Pierce PART III: EDUCATION 6. Developing 21st century cultural heritage information professionals for digital stewardship: a framework for curriculum design - Mary W Elings, Youngok Choi and Jane Zhang 7. Local history and genealogy collections in libraries: the challenge to library and information science educators - Rhonda L Clark and James T Maccaferri 8. Initiatives in digitization and digital preservation of cultural heritage in ethiopia - Abebe Rorissa, Teklemichael T Wordofa and Solomon Teferra 9. Creating the online literary & cultural heritage map of Pennsylvania - Alan C Jalowitz and Steven L Herb 10. The Community Heritage Grants Program in Australia: report of a survey - Sigrid McCausland and Kim M Thompson 12. Towards a study of “unofficial” museums - Cheryl Klimaszewski PART IV: TECHNOLOGY 13. Ghosts of the horseshoe, a mobile application: fostering a new habit of thinking about the history of University of South Carolina’s historic horseshoe - Heidi Rae Cooley and Duncan A Buell 14. Tune-in, turn-on, dropout: Section 108(c) and evaluating deterioration in commercially produced VHS collections - Walter Forsberg and Erik Piil 15. The devils you don’t know: the new lives of the finding aid - Sheila O’Hare and Ashley Todd-Diaz 16. If you build it, will they come? a review of digital collection user studies - Ashley Todd-Diaz and Sheila O’Hare PART V: REVIEWS (NASCENT) 17. Memories of a museum visit - Carol Lynn Price. Readership: ARCHI is the polestar publication for cultural heritage informatics scholars, practitioners, and students. By challenging readers to explore a variety of contexts and offering critical evaluation of conventional practices, ARCHI promotes new ideas and offers new pathways of development for the cultural heritage informatics field.

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Series Editor: G G Chowdhury, Professor in Information Science and Head, Department of Mathematics & Information Sciences, Northumbria University, UK This peer-reviewed monograph series supports the vision of the iSchools and creates authorative sources information for research and scholarly activities in information studies. Each book in the series addresses a specific aspect or emerging topic of information studies and provides a state-of-the-art review of research in the chosen field and address the issues, challenges and progress of research and practice. The series is overseen by an editorial board and each title is edited by recognized experts in the field and peer-reviewed by members of the board. Peter Willett, iSchool, University of Sheffield, UK

Michael Seadle, Dean, iSchool, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

Dorothy Williams, Director, Institute for Management Governance and Society (IMAGES) Research Institute, Robert Gordon University, UK

Schubert Foo, Associate Dean, College of Arts and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singparore

Editorial Board

Ian Ruthven, Head, Computer and Information Sciences Department, Strathclyde, UK Harry Bruce, Dean, iSchool, University of Washington, USA

Jonathan Furner, Department of Information Studies (iSchool), UCLA, USA

Fabio Crestani, Deptartment of Computer Science, University of Lugano, Switzerland Shigeo Sugimoto, GSLIS, University of Tsukuba, Japan

Edie Rasmussen, Head of Research, iSchool, University of British Columbia, Canada NEW

Cultural Heritage Information Access and Management

FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Is Digital Different?

How information creation, capture, preservation and discovery are being transformed

Edited by Ian Ruthven, University of Strathclyde, UK and G G Chowdhury, Northampton University, UK

This book provides an overview of various challenges and contemporary research activities in January 2015 cultural heritage information focusing particularly 360pp | £95.00 on the cultural heritage content types, their Hardback: characteristic and digitization challenges; cultural 9781856049306 heritage content organization and access issues; users and usability as well as various policy and sustainability issues associated with digital cultural heritage information systems and services.

Cultural Heritage Information, contains eleven chapters that have been contributed by seventeen leading academics from six countries. The book begins with an introductory chapter that provides a brief overview of the topic of digital cultural heritage information with the subsequent chapters addressing specific issues and research activities in this topic. The ordering of the chapters moves from scene setting on policies and infrastructures, through considerations of interaction, access and objects, through to concrete system implementations. The book concludes by looking forward to issues around sustainability, in the widest sense, that are necessary to think about in order to maximize the availability and longevity of our digital cultural heritage. Contents: 1. Managing digital cultural heritage information - Gobinda Chowdhury and Ian Ruthven 2. Digital humanities and digital cultural heritage (alt-history and future directions) - Chris Alen Sula 3. Management of cultural heritage information: policies and practices - Gobinda Chowdhury 4. Cultural heritage information: artefacts and digitization technologies - Melissa Terras 5. Metadata in cultural contexts – from manga to digital archives in linked open data environment - Shigeo Sugimoto, Mitsuharu Nagamori, Tetsuya Mihara and Tsunagu Honma 6. Managing cultural heritage: information systems architecture - Lighton Phiri and Hussein Suleman 7. Cultural heritage information users and usability - Sudatta Chowdhury 8. A framework for classifying and comparing interactions in cultural heritage information systems - Juliane Stiller and Vivien Petras 9. Semantic access and exploration in cultural heritage digital libraries - Ali Shiri 10. Supporting exploration and use of digital cultural heritage materials: the PATHS perspective - Paul Clough, Paula Goodale, Mark Hall and Mark Stevenson 11. Cultural heritage information services: sustainability issues - Gobinda Chowdhury and Ian Ruthven. Readership: This will be essential reading for researchers in Information Science specifically in the areas of digital libraries, digital humanities and digital culture. It will also be useful for practitioners and students in these areas.

July 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048545

Edited by Michael Moss, University of Glasgow, UK and Barbara Endicott-Popovsky, University of Washington, USA

A landmark edited collection bringing together global experts on the impact of new technology on information services.

Covering a range of key topics around discovery and preservation, this book explores the role of information professionals in a rapidly changing digital landscape that is challenging the very existence of the traditional library. Focusing on the issues surrounding the transition from an analogue to a digital environment, contributors examine whether analogue practices and procedure are still valid and if they shape or distort those in the digital. The digital environment has the potential to transform scholarship and break down barriers between academia and the wider community through social networks and crowd sourcing, and this thought-provoking collection draws out both the inherent challenges and the opportunities.

Contents: 1. What is the same and what is different 2. Why digitize stuff? 3. The user perspective: how research is being transformed 4. Crowd sourcing 5. Rights and the Commons: navigating the boundary between the private and public domains 6. The web and finding stuff: search engines 7. RDF, the semantic web and 2.0 8. Security: managing the risk 9. Is digital really different? Assessing digital preservation practices 10. Archiving digitized originals and websites. Readership: LIS students, academics, archivists and researchers globally. 2009 416pp | £59.95 Hardback: 9781856046930 eBook: 9781856049986

Information Science in Transition Edited by Alan Gilchrist

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Digital Libraries and Information Access Research perspectives

Edited by G G Chowdhury and Schubert Foo

2012 256pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781856048217

“Digital Libraries and Information Access is a mine of information...Chapters are consistently and helpfully laid out, each with an introduction which functions as an abstract, a summary to remind us what we have just read, and at least two pages of references. Descriptions, evaluations, comparisons

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Archives and Recordkeeping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Digital Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Digital Consumers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Edited by David Nicholas & Ian Rowlands | Pb: 9781856046510 | £54.95 eBook: 9781856047999 | £54.95

Mastering Digital Librarianship. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Sustainability of Scholarly Information . . . . . . . . . . . 38 The Future of Archives and Recordkeeping . . . . . . . . 3 User Studies for Digital Library Development. . . . . . 22

LIBRARY DESIGN

Better Library and Learning Space Projects, trends, ideas

Edited by Les Watson, University of Lincoln, UK

2013 304pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047630 eBook: 9781856049726

“This book is a must-read for anyone involved in planning a new build library, redesigning an existing library or evaluating the use of space. It will be of interest to many disciplines beyond librarianship, including educators, learners and policymakers.” - CILIP Health Libraries Group Newsletter

What are the most important things a 21st-century library should do with its space?

Each chapter in this cutting-edge text addresses this critical question, capturing the insights and practical ideas of leading international librarians, educators and designers to offer you a ‘creative resource bank’ that will help to transform your library and learning spaces. This is an innovative and practical toolkit introducing concepts, drawing together opinions and encouraging new ways of thinking about library learning spaces for the future.

The book is structured in three parts. Part 1 – Projects and trends describes features of library space around the world through a selection of focused case studies painting a global picture, identifying common directions and ideas as well as highlighting country and regional diversity.

2008 224pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856046503 eBook: 9781856049023

Better by Design

An introduction to planning and designing a new library building Ayub Khan

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LIBRARY MANAGEMENT FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Practical Tips for Successful Library Management Leo Appleton, Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Series: Practical Tips for Library and Information Professionals

Today's library and information service managers need to be multi-skilled practitioners, demonstrating knowledge and understanding of multiple professional disciplines while working in operational and strategic managerial and leadership capacities. Managers need support in order to effectively work in such a diversity of professional environments and roles and this new book draws on an international field and all types of library sector to support library managers in their management and leadership vocations. August 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300327

Practical Tips for Successful Library Management takes management theory and practice and places it within a library and information context so that readers can see how the practical tips provided can be applied in their own roles. You will find flexible tips and implementation advice on topics including: As part of the Practical Tips for Library and Information Professionals series, this book offers innovative tips and tried-andtested best practice to enable library and information managers to be excellent and effective managers.

Contents: 1. Leadership and self awareness 2. Organisational awareness 3. Project management 4. Strategic and business planning 5. Staying in touch with sector developments and innovations 6. Time management 7. Budget and people management 8. Team working 9. Quality assurance and performance measurement 10. Liaison and communication 11. Evaluation and responsiveness 12. Career planning and work-life balance. Readership: Anyone working as a library and information manager seeking a pragmatic and sensible approach to solving library management problems, and aspiring to be a successful library manager.

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Part 2 – Trends and ideas looks at the why and how of library space, covering topics such as contextual factors, current ideas in library space development, and the creative design of new spaces. It examines how library spaces are adapting to new forms of learning, digital literacies and technological fluency.

Finally, Part 3 – Ideas and futures looks to the future of libraries and their learning spaces, inviting future-scanning contributions from a diverse range of authors, including librarians, learning specialists, academics, architects, an interior designer, a furniture designer and a management specialist. Readership: This is a must-have text for those involved in designing and developing library and learning spaces. It’s also a useful guide for students taking courses in library and information science.

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Technology Disaster Response and Recovery Planning Edited by Mary Mallery, Montclair State University

This book will provide readers with the step-bystep process of creating a library technology disaster response and recovery plan.

It includes sample checklists and templates, tools and solutions for promoting collaborative services to enable digital library continuity as well as case studies and lessons learned from successful efforts in recovering from a library technology disaster. Editor Mary Mallery has gathered a number of library technology experts, including Liz Bishoff and Marshall Breeding, who have first hand experience in planning and recovering from disasters. You will get advice on such topics as: March 2015 192pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300549

• 7 key steps in risk assessment for digital collections • How to use the time-saving dPlan- the Online Disaster Planning Tool for Cultural and Civic Institutions • Designing fault-tolerant systems in a cloud computing environment • 7 key components of a communications plan • Evaluating free web and social media applications as communication tools during disasters. • 7 lessons the University of Iowa took from its 2008 flood • How cultural institutions in New York and New Jersey responded to Hurricane Sandy

Readership: This book will be of great interest to electronic resources librarians, digital collections librarians, data management librarians, emerging technology librarians, and library administrators, but it will also be of interest to library students and any librarian who wants to transition into these new library careers. .

FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Library Management in Disruptive Times Edited by Steve O’Connor, Charles Sturt University, Australia

This edited volume brings together chapters from expert professional library leaders and educators across the globe to deliver a balanced view of the future of the profession. Drawing on a wide range May 2015 of experience, they respond to the challenge of the 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: current operating environment and look to the 9781783300211 future to identify the key skills and attitudes needed by the library leaders of today and tomorrow. Key topics covered include: • Library management as a professional topic: from journals to the real world

• Library management needs in differing settings • Managing libraries financially in stringent times • Innovative thinking in the management of modern academic libraries • The skill needs of a major ARL library • An outside perspective on library management • Reflecting on the old in the new and finding new ways through • Skills provision for future library leaders and the role of Library Associations • Developing management skills on the job • The essential skills for the emerging library manager.

Readership: All library and information professionals who work with research staff and students. 3RD EDITION

FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Leading Libraries

G Edward Evans and Camila A Alire

How to create a service culture

Wyoma vanDuinkerken and Wendi ArantKasper

May 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300655

This book seeks to explore leading in libraries, not leadership in terms of authority, but emphasising the act of leading, with a focus on what it means to lead, the acts and behaviours that are needed and how they impact on a wider organisation.

Leading Libraries uses examples and case studies, along with reflective exercises, to show how a commitment to a service in libraries looks in action. The authors argue that commitment to service is mandatory in libraries and offer practical tools and tips for exercising leadership skills and leadership behaviours to help realize this. Topics covered include: • • • • • •

Leadership theories – traditional and transformational balancing encouragement and accountability innovation and evolving service strategic planning sustaining service as a value formalizing service leadership

Readership: This book will be useful for information professionals and aspiring leaders seeking to understand leadership and to develop their own service-lead leadership

Management Basics for Information Professionals

2013 576pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856049542

“The two principal authors have professional experience in a variety of roles and organisations, and this is very evident in the attention to detail they bring to the subject. Overall, this is a comprehensive introduction to the management of libraries and will more than likely be a prescribed text for library science students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.” - Australian Library Journal

Completely revised and expanded to reflect the rapidly changing sphere of information services, this comprehensive introduction to the management of libraries builds the basic skills good library managers must exercise. The authors offer an authoritative approach on the fundamental concepts of management while recognizing the diverse needs of different operating environments.

Drawing from examples of successful leadership techniques from a variety of services - archives, information brokers, libraries, records managements and more, this book demonstrates the most effective ways to plan, delegate, make decisions, communicate, and lead a team. Equal emphasis is placed on personal, fiscal, and technological issues, as well as a look at what the future may hold for incoming managers. Readership: LIS educators, new and experienced librarians in management positions, students, and anyone wishing to acquire a sound knowledge of both the theory and practice of management within the changing information workforce.

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Collaboration in Libraries and Learning Environments

Edited by Maxine Melling and Margaret Weaver

2013 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048583 eBook: 9781856049511

“Teamwork is a vital element in many environments, especially in library education. Collaboration in Libraries and Learning Environments discusses the role of libraries in higher education and their role in this shifting environment. Support is the primary aspect of many libraries in higher education now, and with the advent and advancement of internet methods, libraries must be on the ever cutting edge to reach out to their patrons. With advice on how to build these services when it's unsure what the next year will bring, understanding the needs of the student, leadership within the library, working with other libraries, collaboration, and much more...Collaboration in Libraries and Learning Environments is a strongly recommended read for library science collections, not to be missed.” - Midwest Book Review

Emergency Planning and Response for Libraries, Archives and Museums Emma Dadson

2012 192pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048088 eBook: 9781856049078

2010 208pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046718 eBook: 9781856049016 2009 208pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856046725 eBook: 9781856047791

2008 248pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781856046091 eBook: 9781856049948 2007 160pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046138 eBook: 9781856049917

“Emergencies happen regardless of whether we have a response plan. Everyone responsible for managing collections – not only in libraries but also in museums, archives, universities, cultural institutions, businesses, government agencies and local councils – will find this book an invaluable resource. Organisations with collections and resources at risk, from one-person libraries to huge institutions with multiple buildings, should keep a copy of Emergency Planning and Response for Libraries, Archives and Museums on the shelf beside their emergency plan, to consult when updating the plan or in case of an emergency.” - Australian Library Journal

2006 288pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856045810 eBook: 9781856047869

2004 208pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856045049 eBook: 9781856049221

How to Give Your Users the LIS Services They Want Sheila Pantry and Peter Griffiths

Leadership

The challenge for the information profession Sue Roberts and Jennifer Rowley

Managing Stress and Conflict in Libraries Sheila Pantry

Collection management in theory and practice Peter Clayton and G E Gorman

Project Management

Tools and techniques for today's ILS professional Barbara Allan

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Building a Successful Customer-service Culture

Edited by Maxine Melling & Joyce Little | Hb: 9781856044493 | £54.95

Creating Your Library's Business Plan Joy H P Harriman | Pb: 9781856046565 | £74.95

Management Skills for Archivists and Records Managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Managing Information Services Sue Roberts & Jennifer Rowley | Pb: 9781856045155 | £49.95

Managing Outsourcing in Library and Information Services Sheila Pantry & Peter Griffiths | Pb: 9781856045438 | £39.95

Setting Up a Library and Information Service from Scratch Sheila Pantry & Peter Griffiths | Pb: 9781856045582 | £44.95 eBook: 9781856047913 | £44.95

Supervising and Leading Teams in ILS Barbara Allan | Pb: 9781856045872 | £54.95 eBook: 9781856049894 | £54.95

MARKETING

Marketing Your Library's Electronic Resources A how-to-do-it manual

Marie R Kennedy, Loyola Marymount University, USA and Cheryl M LaGuardia, Harvard University, USA

Being an Information Innovator Jennifer Rowley

Managing Information Resources in Libraries

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2013 204pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856049429

“...thorough yet succinct, well supported and, perhaps most importantly, executable – all excellent qualities for an instructional guide. This book is highly recommended for any librarians and staff involved in outreach services or the marketing of electronic resources at their library.” - Collection Building

Marketing Your Library’s Electronic Resources provides practical guidance on creating marketing programmes to allow librarians to get the word out about their e-resources. The book explains how libraries cannot just rely on discovery systems to make their customer aware of their e-resources and that the value of marketing means that the library knows its patrons well enough to say, “Out of all of these available resources, it’s this one, this is the one you want.” Readers will be shown how to develop, implement, and assess marketing plans, understand marketing terminology and save time, effort and money while increasing the use of vital library resources and making customers happier and more successful. The book also contains sample marketing plans for examples of best practice. Readership: Anyone involved in promoting their libraries electronic resources and LIS students who need to understand the practice of library marketing.

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Social Media for Creative Libraries

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Phil Bradley

Social Media for Creative Libraries explains how librarians and information professionals can use online tools to communicate more effectively, teach people different skills and to market and promote their service faster, cheaper and more effectively.

Based on his acclaimed work How to Use Web 2.0 in Your Library, Phil Bradley has restructured and comprehensively updated this new book to focus on the activities that information professionals carry out on a daily basis, before then analysing and explaining how online tools can assist them in those activities. Including: January 2015 256pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047135

• a discussion of authority checking and why information professionals are needed more than ever in a social media world • a guide to creating great presentations online • how online tools can make teaching and training sessions easier and more enjoyable for information professionals • useful tips for implementing new strategies in libraries and a discussion of the practicalities of library marketing and promotion • how to create a good social media policy and why • a look at a few social media disasters and how they could have been avoided.

Contents: 1. An introduction to social media 2. Authority checking 3. Guiding tools 4.Current awareness and selective dissemination of information resources 5. Presentation tools 6. Teaching and training 7. Communication 8. Marketing and promotion – the groundwork 9. Marketing and promotion – the practicalities 10. Creating a social media policy Appendix: Social media disasters.

Readership: Packed with features and accompanied by introductory videos on the Facet Publishing YouTube channel, Social Media for Creative Libraries is essential reading for all library and information professionals.

The Library Marketing Toolkit Ned Potter, University of York, UK

2012 240pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048064 eBook: 9781856048897

“...highly recommended for all types of libraries, even those such as departmental libraries that do not have an apparent public face. The chapter on internal marketing is an eye-opener. The whole book has a reassuring and inspiring tone: ideas and approaches outlined in the book appear absolutely achievable and commonsensical. I suggest that you buy, borrow or beg a copy today.” - Australian Library Journal

Strategic Planning for Social Media in Libraries

Sarah Steiner, Georgia State University in Atlanta, USA

Edited by Beth C Thomsett-Scott, University of North Texas, USA

2014 176pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300013

2012 118pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856048415

“An ideal pocket guide for libraries to consult regardless of their experiences with social media as a marketing tool. The examples showcased in each chapter, either through a screenshot or by providing links, provide readers with excellent and creative uses of social media marketing. I believe this book can provide the novice or skilled marketing expert with relevant information that each can use in promoting library resources and services, regardless of the type of library.” - Journal of Library Innovation

This step-by-step guide will show you how to use social media to promote your library to, and engage in dialogue with, your users and potential users.

Peppered with real-world examples, this how-to guide offers to-thepoint advice for getting up to speed with the world of social media. Whether you are a novice ready to get serious about marketing with social media or a practitioner on the lookout for ways to improve existing efforts, this guide will save you time and effort by evaluating the most popular and cutting-edge marketing technologies. Showcasing best practice for engaging library user across multiple platforms, the book:

• Draws from a range of experiences, with examples from different library types and sizes • Includes case studies of successful social media efforts using Facebook, wikis, video-sharing sites, Pinterest, Google+, Foursquare, blogs, Twitter, and QR codes • Offers tips for maintaining a steady flow of content, coordinating with colleagues, planning for sustainability, and using built-in analytics for evaluation • Features numerous screen shots and illustrations • Provides a resource list at the end of every chapter, allowing readers to dig deeper.

Contents: 1. Libraries and marketing with technology - Anita R Dryden 2. Using Facebook to market libraries - Mindy Tomlin 3. Using Wikis to market services and resources - Megan Kocher 4. Using video-sharing sites to market your library Katie Buehner 5. Outreach and marketing using Pinterest - Shae Martinez and Joyce McFadden 6. Marketing libraries with Google+ - Amy West 7. Foursquare: a new marketing tool - Anne Rauh and Carolyn Rauber 8. Using blogs to market library services and resources - Carrie Moore, Amy Vecchione and Memo Cordova 9. QR codes and libraries - Janet Hack and Ilana Kingsley 10. Twitter as a marketing tool for libraries - Laura Carscaddon and Kimberly Chapman.

Readership: Librarians and library administrators who are exploring their marketing strategies and are looking for a technology-based solution and library school students. 2010 125pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856047272

Series: THE TECH SET

“For the last few years, I’ve noted a shift toward incorporating social media into the mission and strategic plan of libraries. This title serves as a clear, logical roadmap for getting that done.: - Michael Stephens, San Jose State University, USA

Marketing with Social Media

A Social Networking Primer for Libraries Cliff Landis

Series: THE TECH SET 2006 240pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856045483

Developing Strategic Marketing Plans That Really Work A toolkit for public libraries Terry Kendrick

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METADATA

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FORTHCOMING IN 2015 2ND EDITION

Metadata

How to clean, link and publish your metadata

Marcia Lei Zeng, Kent State University, USA and Jian Qin, Syracuse University, USA

Metadata remains the solution for describing the explosively growing, complex world of digital information, and continues to be of paramount importance for information professionals. Providing a solid grounding in the variety and April 2015 interrelationships among different metadata types, 400pp | £54.95 Paperback: Zeng and Qin’s thorough revision of their 9781783300525 benchmark text offers a comprehensive look at the metadata schemas that exist in the world of library and information science and beyond, as well as the contexts in which they operate. Cementing its value as both an LIS text and a handy reference for professionals already in the field, this book: • Lays out the fundamentals of metadata, including principles of metadata, structures of metadata vocabularies, and metadata descriptions • Surveys metadata standards and their applications in distinct domains and for various communities of metadata practice • Examines metadata building blocks, from modelling to defining properties, and from designing application profiles to implementing value vocabularies • Describes important concepts as resource identification, metadata as linked data, consumption of metadata, interoperability, and quality measurement • Offers an updated glossary to help readers navigate metadata’s complex terms in easy-to-understand definitions.

An online resource of web extras, packed with exercises, quizzes, and links to additional materials, completes this definitive primer on metadata.

Information Resource Description Creating and managing metadata

Philip Hider, Charles Sturt University, Australia

2012 288pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046671

“Hider explains clearly the wide range of metadata that exists, and helps the reader further by guiding through the book with cross-references and direction. We know there is “more on this to come in the next chapter” or if we missed a detail, we can go back and locate it in context. This is useful for those learning the subject, as well as the more expert reader. Hider does an impressive job tying together so many different aspects of metadata and providing the “big picture”, and the book is highly accessible and engaging.” - Library Management

This timely book employs the unifying mechanism of the semantic web and the resource description framework to integrate the various traditions and practices of information and knowledge organization. Uniquely, it covers both the domain-specific traditions and practices and the practices of the ‘metadata movement’ through a single lens – that of resource description in the broadest, semantic web sense.

This approach more readily accommodates coverage of the new Resource Description and Access (RDA) standard, which aims to move library cataloguing into the centre of the semantic web. The work surrounding RDA looks set to revolutionise the field of information organization, and this book will bring both the standard and its model and concepts into focus. Readership: LIS students taking information organization courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, information professionals wishing to specialise in the metadata area, and existing metadata specialists who wish to update their knowledge.

Linked Data for Libraries, Archives and Museums

2014 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856049641

Seth van Hooland, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium and Ruben Verborgh, Ghent University, Belgium “Van Hooland and Verborgh provide an accessible and useful road map for making intelligent decisions about how to best create and publish linked data for cultural heritage collections.” - metaware.buzz

This highly practical handbook teaches you how to unlock the value of your existing metadata through cleaning, reconciliation, enrichment and linking and how to streamline the process of new metadata creation. Libraries, archives and museums are facing up to the challenge of providing access to fast growing collections whilst managing cuts to budgets. Key to this is the creation, linking and publishing of good quality metadata as Linked Data that will allow their collections to be discovered, accessed and disseminated in a sustainable manner.

This highly practical handbook teaches you how to unlock the value of your existing metadata through cleaning, reconciliation, enrichment and linking and how to streamline the process of new metadata creation. Metadata experts Seth van Hooland and Ruben Verborgh introduce the key concepts of metadata standards and Linked Data and how they can be practically applied to existing metadata, giving readers the tools and understanding to achieve maximum results with limited resources. Readers will learn how to critically assess and use (semi-)automated methods of managing metadata through hands-on exercises within the book and on the accompanying website. Each chapter is built around a case study from institutions around the world, demonstrating how freely available tools are being successfully used in different metadata contexts. This handbook delivers the necessary conceptual and practical understanding to empower practitioners to make the right decisions when making their organisations resources accessible on the Web Contents: Foreword - Sebastian Chan 1. Introduction 2. Modelling 3. Cleaning 4. Reconciling 5. Enriching 6. Publishing 7. Conclusions.

Readership: This will be an invaluable guide for metadata practitioners and researchers within all cultural heritage contexts, from library cataloguers and archivists to museum curatorial staff. It will also be of interest to students and academics within information science and digital humanities fields. IT managers with responsibility for information systems, as well as strategy heads and budget holders, at cultural heritage organisations, will find this a valuable decision-making aid. 2011 368pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856047715

2004 200pp | £54.95 Hardback: 9781856044899

Metadata for Digital Collections A how-to-do-it manual Stephen J Miller

Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval David Haynes

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Organizing Exhibitions

A handbook for museums, libraries and archives Freda Matassa

2014 256pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856049450

“...an in-depth reference and resource for museum staff, librarians, and archivists. Chapters discuss how to take space, audience, and budgetary constraints into account; offer point-by-point checklists for each stage of creating the exhibit; outline concerns for opening day; highlight specific issues for an exhibit on tour; and much more...It also lends credibility to the organization and demonstrates professional practice. Organizing Exhibitions is a "must-have" for aspiring and practising professionals, and highly recommended.” - Midwest Book Review

PUBLIC LIBRARIES 2008 240pp | £54.95 Hardback: 9781856046169 eBook: 9781856047951

Part One covers the 10 key stages for a successful exhibition: idea, planning, organization, packing and transport, installation, openings, maintenance and programmes, closure, touring, and legacy. Part Two is a directory of advice and resources, supplementing the information provided in Part One.

Readership: Written by an international expert and designed for the first-time exhibition organizer as well as the professional, this book will become the standard for exhibition success. Recommended for museum staff, cultural heritage students, librarians, archivists, private collectors and anyone who needs practical guidance on organizing exhibitions. 2011 272pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856047012 eBook: 9781856048699 2011 240pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047104 eBook: 9781856049153

Museum Collections Management A handbook

Freda Matassa

Managing and Growing a Cultural Heritage Web Presence A strategic guide Mike Ellis

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Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics . . . . 25 Cultural Heritage Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Digital Humanities in Practice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Preserving Our Heritage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

David McMenemy

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Reflecting on the Future of Academic and Public Libraries  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

RARE BOOKS & SPECIAL COLLECTIONS FORTHCOMING IN 2015 3RD EDITION

This ground-breaking book is the first to provide museum staff, librarians and archivists with practical guidance on creating and organizing successful exhibitions.

Drawing on international museum practice but applicable to any exhibition or display, the book sets out a time-line from the initial idea to the final legacy. Backed up by advice and guidance and with a list of resources for those who require in-depth knowledge, it has up-to-date information on new developments such as sustainability and flexibility in environmental conditions. Also included are the ten biggest mistakes and the top ten tips for exhibition success.

The Public Library

A Directory of Rare Book and Special Collections in the UK and Republic of Ireland Edited by Karen Attar, Senate House Library, University of London, UK

August 2015 752pp | £175.00 Hardback: 9781783300167

This directory is a handy on-volume discovery tool that will allow readers to locate rare book and special collections in the British Isles.

Fully updated since the second edition was published in 1997. this comprehensive and up-todate guide encompasses collections held in libraries, archives, museums and private hands. The Directory:

• Provides a national overview of rare book and special collections for those interested in seeing quickly and easily what a library holds • Directs researchers to the libraries most relevant for their research • Assists libraries considering acquiring new special collections to assess the value of such collections beyond the institution, showing how they fit into a ‘unique and distinctive’ model. • Each entry in the Directory provides background information on the library and its purpose, full contact details, the quantity of early printed books, information about particular subject and language strengths, information about unique works and important acquisitions, descriptions of named special collections and deposited collections.

Readership: Written by an international expert and designed for the first-time exhibition organizer as well as the professional, this book will become the standard for exhibition success. Recommended for museum staff, cultural heritage students, librarians, archivists, private collectors and anyone who needs practical guidance on organizing exhibitions. 2011 224pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856047579 eBook: 9781856049252

The Special Collections Handbook Alison Cullingford

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Rare Books and Special Collections

Sidney E Berger, Peabody Essex Museum, USA

From cuneiform, coins, and codices to prints, drawings, photographs, and maps, departments of rare books and special collections are the premier 2014 repositories of significant printed and manuscript 552pp | £85.00 Paperback: works and artefacts. Entrusted with the 9781783300150 responsibility of preserving the records of history and culture, these institutions enable access to millions of source materials. Berger, a veteran of rare book and special collections, offers a landmark examination of this field. Showing readers everything they need to know about rare books and special collections, this wide-ranging book covers the following key topics: • The profession’s history and its relevance in the face of an increasingly digital world • Archives’ relationship to the special collections department and their role in the wider institution • Collection development, cataloguing, processing, physical layout, and other operational functions, with coverage of acquisition sources and methods • What everyone needs to know about the physical materials in their care, including preservation, conservation, and restoration, storage, handling, and security • Reference and outreach services, including a look at exhibitions and tours • Fundraising and financial management • Legal and ethical issues • Forgeries, fakes, and facsimiles • Bibliography and its impact on the rare book world, including a look at booksellers, donors, and auctions • The present state of books in our digital environment • The vocabulary of the trade.

Contents: 1. Some practical realities 2. Running a rare book department 3. Archives 4. The physical materials of the collection 5. Physical layout and operations 6. Fund-raising 7. Security 8. Legal issues 9. Bibliography 10. Book collecting and handling 11. Outreach 12. Preservation, conservation, restoration, and disaster planning 13. Special collections departments today 14. Other issues Afterword Appendix 1: RBMS thesauri and rare book cataloging Appendix 2: Levels of collecting and the RLG conspectus Appendix 3: Booksellers’ catalogs and the business of selling Appendix 4: Paper sizes Appendix 5: RBMS standards and guidelines Appendix 6: Department forms Appendix 7: Citing sources and plagiarism.

Readership: Aimed at practitioners in the library field, instructors teaching courses on the subject, booksellers, private collectors, historians, bibliophiles, and others involved in rare and unique materials, Rare Books and Special Collections presents a meticulous and systematic understanding of this growing field.

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Records Management and Information Culture Tackling the people problem

Edited by Gillian Oliver, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand and Fiorella Foscarini, University of British Columbia, Canada 2014 192pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856049474

“Human factors in recordkeeping - the elephant in the room. This is the book that was waiting to be written. Thanks to Oliver and Foscarini, we no longer have to wait to read it. It comes highly recommended.” - Australian Library Journal

This book explores how an understanding of organisational information culture provides the insight necessary for the development and promotion of sound recordkeeping practices. It details an innovative framework for analysing and assessing information culture, and indicates how to use this knowledge to change behaviour and develop recordkeeping practices that are aligned with the specific characteristics of any workplace.

This framework addresses the widely recognised problem of improving organisation-wide compliance with a records management programme by tackling the different aspects that make up the organisation’s information culture. Discussion of topics at each level of the framework includes strategies and guidelines for assessment, followed by suggestions for next steps: appropriate actions and strategies to influence behavioural change.

Contents: 1. Background and context 2. The value accorded to records 3. Information preferences 4. Language considerations and regional technological infrastructure 5. Information related competencies 6. Awareness of environmental requirements relating to records 7. Corporate information technology governance 8. Trust in recordkeeping systems 9. Bringing it all together. Readership: Archivists, records managers and information technology specialists will find this an invaluable guide to improving their practice and solving the ‘people problem’ of non-compliance with records management programmes. LIS students taking archives and records management modules will also benefit from the application of theory into practice. Records management and information management educators will find the ideas and approaches discussed in this book useful to add an information culture perspective to their curricula. 2011 272pp | £64.95 Paperback: 9781856046633 eBook: 9781856049177

Managing Records in Global Financial Markets

Ensuring compliance and mitigating risk

Edited by Lynn Coleman, Victoria Lemieux, Rod Stone and Geoffrey Yeo Series: Principles and Practice in Records

2002 144pp | £49.95 Hardback: 9781856043700 eBook: 9781856049788 2008 224pp | £54.95 Hardback: 9781856046411 eBook: 9781856047906 2007 232pp | £54.95 Hardback: 9781856046152 eBook: 9781856047975

Managing Records

A handbook of principles and practice Elizabeth Shepherd and Geoffrey Yeo

Managing the Crowd

Rethinking records management for the web 2.0 world Steve Bailey

Planning and Implementing Electronic Records Management Kelvin Smith

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Records and Information Management

Patricia C Franks, San Jose State University, USA

2013 448pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048361

“This book contains an encyclopaedic wealth of detail on the status of records and information management in our evolving digital world. The amount of research, the attention to detail, and the effort that has gone into the presentation of each chapter with sidebars, down to the italicised font drawing attention to key terms, has to be viewed to be fully appreciated...The previously held view that librarianship and records management were two separate disciplines needs to be discarded. In this day and age the boundaries are interchangeable and in some cases non-existent. This book bridges the gap for librarians, allowing them to cross the boundary into information and records management.” - Australian Library Journal

This book provides a comprehensive, strategic approach to the creation, management, and disposition of information and records in organisations and is the first to analyse the impact that cloud computing and emerging technologies such as social networks and microblogging has on records management programmes. The emergence of Web 2.0 and social media has fundamentally changed the way information is created, exchanged, and stored. Information is a valuable asset to be employed by the organisation to help meet its goals, but it can also pose a risk to the organisation if not effectively managed. The increasingly complex regulatory and legal environment, along with the growing volume and changing nature of records and information created through emerging technologies, has brought records and information management to the attention of executives who are ultimately responsible for the success or failure of their organisations. This book provides readers either an introduction to or a review of records management principles and practices, but with a consideration of the impact on those principles and practices made by records created through the use of emerging technologies and stored in the clouds. Contents: Governance Program on a solid RIM Foundation 3. Records and Information Creation/Capture, Classification, and File Plan Development 4. Records Retention Strategies: Inventory, Appraisal, Retention, and Disposition 5. Records and Information Access, Storage, and Retrieval 6. Electronic Records and Electronic Records Management Systems 7. Emerging Technologies and Records Management 8. Vital Records, Disaster Preparedness and Recovery, and Business Continuity 9. Monitoring, Auditing, and Risk Management 10. Inactive Records Management, Archives, and Long-Term Preservation 11. Records Management Education and Training 12. From Records Management to Information Governance, An Evolution. Readership: This book will be of interest to students of archives and records management, experienced archives and records professionals who want a new perspective on their chosen field, supervisors and managers with the responsibility for records and information management and upper-level managers, executives, and other decision makers who are responsible for effectively managing their organisation's information assets. 2005 216pp | £54.95 Hardback: 9781856045506 eBook: 9781856049160

Managing Electronic Records Julie McLeod and Catharine Hare

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REFERENCE & USER SERVICES NEW

Library and Information Science A guide to key literature and sources Michael F Bemis

2014 256pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300020

“Every librarian takes on new responsibilities for which no previous experience is adequate for the unfamiliar task at hand. In these situations what is often needed is a source that gives step-by-step directions with examples, templates, and outlines. Library and Information Science: A guide to key literature and sources addresses this individual need and fills this particular niche in the professional literature.” - Journal of Academic Libraries

This unique annotated bibliography is a complete, up-to-date guide to sources of information on library and information science.

Far from just compiling a simple list of sources, author Michael Bemis digs deeper, examining the strengths and weaknesses of key works and covers recent books, monographs, periodicals and websites, and selected works of historical importance. A boon to researchers and practitioners alike, this bibliography:

• Includes coverage of subjects as diverse and vital as the history of librarianship, its development as a profession, the ethics of information science, cataloguing, reference work, and library architecture • Encompasses encyclopaedias, dictionaries, directories, photographic surveys, statistical publications, and numerous electronic sources, all categorized by subject • Offers appendixes detailing leading professional organizations and publishers of library and information science literature.

Contents: 1. Administration and management 2. Architecture 3. Associations 4. Awards and recognition 5. Biography, autobiography, and memoir 6. Careers and employment 7. Cataloguing and classification 8. Censorship and intellectual freedom 9. Collection management 10. Education and professional development 11. Epistemology and philosophy 12. Ethics 13. Funding and finance 14. Humor 15. Information literacy and bibliographic instruction 16. Information technology 17. Interlibrary loan and document delivery 18. International librarianship 19. Law 20. Libraries, general 21. Libraries, history of 22. Library science, general 23. Library science, history of 24. Marketing, public relations, and advocacy 25. Miscellaneous 26. Patron services 27. Philanthropy 28. Popular culture 29. Programming 30. Quotations 31. Reader’s advisory 32. Reading advocacy, instruction, and promotion 33. Reference work 34. Research 35. Serials 36. Special, academic, and school libraries and librarians 37. Statistics 38. Vendors and suppliers 39. Writing and publishing. Readership: LIS scholars, students, and anyone working in the field.

Fundamentals of Managing Reference Collections

Carol A Singer, Bowling Green State University, USA

2012 182pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048316

“The language is precise and lucid. It is a very useful, comprehensive, up-to date and readable book for all those charged to develop, maintain and serve reference collection in a library.” - Library Herald “Useful for both the novice librarian and those with many years of experience.” - Serials Review

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38TH EDITION

Libraries and Information Services in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland 2015

3RD EDITION

An introduction

Kay Ann Cassell, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, USA and Uma Hiremath, Ames Free Library, USA

About a previous edition:

December 2014 464pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048019

“reliable, convenient and quite indispensable... this remains an essential annual purchase for any library” - Reference Reviews

For over fifty years anyone needing information on British and Irish libraries has turned to Libraries and Information Services in the UK and the Republic of Ireland for the answer. This newly updated directory lists over 2000 libraries and other services in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and the Republic of Ireland, with contact names, addresses, telephone and fax numbers, email addresses and URLs.

2013 534pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048392

The listing is broken down into the following main categories, fully indexed alphabetically:

• Public library authorities, with entries for headquarters libraries plus the main administrative, divisional, area and regional • Universities and institutes of higher education and other degreeawarding institutions, with entries for major departmental and • Selected government, national and special libraries, together with schools and departments of information and library studies.

6TH EDITION

CILIP: the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals Yearbook 2014-15

CILIP: the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals represents the largest professional body of librarians and information professionals in the UK. Its purpose and ambition is to promote and support the people who work to January 2015 496pp | £49.95 deliver a vision of a fair and economically Paperback: prosperous society underpinned by literacy, access 9781856047098 to information and the transfer of knowledge. It is the leading voice for information, library and knowledge practitioners, working to advocate strongly, provide unity through shared values and develop skills and excellence. Designed to complement the CILIP website, the Yearbook puts vital data on the key organization for information professionals at your fingertips. This unique sourcebook has five main sections: • • • •

Part 1 - The Organization Part 2 - Governance Part 3 - General Information Part 5 - Historical Information

Readership:An invaluable source of contacts for all librarians and information professionals, this is the essential guide to the organization that aims to position the profession at the heart of the information society.

“...Library school students will benefit from reading the book cover-to-cover...Library practitioners are most likely to see the publication of a new edition as evidence of the continuing importance of reference services and, depending on their experience, will appreciate the concrete sections on answering reference questions, the discussion of reference practices in the technological context and some of the philosophical issues related to the reference librarian’s work. The book is an irreplaceable source that can be recommended as an essential item for any library’s professional collection.” - Collection Building

Successful Enquiry Answering Every Time Tim Buckley Owen

Readership: Librarians, library managers, information professionals, publishers and booksellers. NEW

Reference and Information Services

2012 176pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048118 eBook: 9781856048873

3RD EDITION

2008 384pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856046527 eBook: 9781856049139

2004 848pp | £249.95 Hardback: 9781856044950 eBook: 9781856049191

2007 848pp | £249.95 Hardback: 9781856044981 eBook: 9781856049207

"...highly recommended for students, librarians, and library educators and also for anyone who has to answer questions in a contact centre or enquiry desk anywhere. Whether finding answers or teaching others how to find answers, this book is a goldmine of effective ideas." - Australian Library Journal

Know it All, Find it Fast

An A-Z source guide for the enquiry desk Bob Duckett, Peter Walker and Christinea Donnelly

The New Walford Guide to Reference Resources

Volume 1: Science, Technology and Medicine Edited by Ray Lester

The New Walford Guide to Reference Resources

Volume 2: The Social Sciences

Edited by Ray Lester, Peter Clinch, Heather Dawson, Helen Edwards and Susan Tarrant

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IM and SMS Reference Services for Libraries

Delivering Research Data Management Services Fundamentals of good practice

Amanda Bielskas and Kathleen M Dreyer

Edited by Graham Pryor, Armor Group, UK, Sarah Jones and Angus Whyte, both at the Digital Curation Centre, UK

Series: THE TECH SET

2012 118pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856048446

“Libraries that have considered incorporating IM or text services, but have not yet done so, would do especially well to consult this book.” - Alexa Pearce, New York University, USA

RESEARCH DATA MANAGEMENT FORTHCOMING IN 2015

A Data Librarian’s Handbook

Robin C Rice, University of Edinburgh, UK and John Southall, Bodleian Libraries, UK

December 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300471

The importance of data has never been greater. There has been a growing concern with the ‘skills gap’ required to exploit the data surfeit; the ability to collect, compute and crunch data, for economic, social and scientific purposes. This book, written by two working data librarians based at the Universities of Oxford and Edinburgh aims to help fill this skills gap by providing a nuts and bolts guide to research data support.

A Data Librarian’s Handbook draws on a combination of over 30 years’ experience providing data support services to create the ‘must-read’ book for all entrants to this field. This book ‘zooms in’ to the actual library service level, where the interaction between the researcher and the librarian takes place. Both engaging and practical, this book draws the reader in through story-telling and suggested activities, linking concepts from one chapter to another.

Contents: 1.Data librarianship: responding to research innovation 2. What’s different about data? 3. Building data collections 4. Playing with data 5. The essentials of data repositories 6. Supporting literacy in data 7. Service and policy: working across your institution 8. Data Management Plans as a calling card 9. Dealing with sensitive data 10. Open data, open access, open science.

Readership: This book is for the practicing data librarian, possibly new in their post with little experience of providing data support. It is also for managers and policymakers, public service librarians, research data management “coordinators” and data support staff. It will also appeal to students and lecturers in iSchools and other library and information degree programmes where academic research support is taught.

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2014 224pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781856049337 eBook: 9781783300242

“...this book is one that librarians can learn from, use, and adapt...the book is presented in a straightforward and scholarly manner without the overuse of jargon.” - Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship

Step-by-step guidance to setting up and running effective institutional research data management services to support researchers and networks.

The research landscape is changing, with key global research funders now requiring institutions to demonstrate how they will preserve and share research data. However, the practice of structured research data management is very new, and the construction of services remains experimental and in need of models and standards of approach. This groundbreaking guide will lead researchers, institutions and policy makers through the processes needed to set up and run effective institutional research data management services. This ‘how to’ guide provides a step-by-step explanation of the components for an institutional service. Case studies from the newly emerging service infrastructures in the UK, USA and Australia draw out the lessons learnt. Different approaches are highlighted and compared; for example, a researcher-focused strategy from Australia is contrasted with a national, top-down approach, and a national research data management service is discussed as an alternative to institutional services.

Contents: 1. A patchwork of change - Graham Pryor 2. Options and approaches to RDM service provision - Graham Pryor 3. Who’s doing data? A spectrum of roles, responsibilities and competences - Graham Pryor 4. A pathway to sustainable research data services: from scoping to sustainability - Angus Whyte 5. The range and components of RDM infrastructure and services - Sarah Jones 6. Case study 1: Johns Hopkins University Data Management Services - G Sayeed Choudhury 7. Case study 2: University of Southampton – a partnership approach to research data management - Mark L Brown and Wendy White 8. Case study 3: Monash University, a strategic approach - Anthony Beitz, David Groenewegen, Cathrine Harboe-Ree, Wilna Macmillan and Sam Searle 9. Case study 4: a national solution – the UK Data Service - Matthew Woollard and Louise Corti 10. Case study 5: development of institutional RDM services by projects in the Jisc Managing Research Data programmes - Simon Hodson and Laura Molloy. Readership: This book will be an invaluable guide to those entering a new and untried enterprise. It will be particularly relevant to heads of libraries, information technology managers, research support office staff and research directors planning for these types of services. It will also be of interest to researchers, funders and policy makers as a reference tool for understanding how shifts in policy will have a range of ramifications within institutions. Library and information science students will find it an informative window on an emerging area of practice.

Managing Research Data

Edited by Graham Pryor, Armor Group, UK

2012 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047562 eBook: 9781856048910

“This is an excellent book for anyone, not just information professionals, looking to ‘introduce and familiarize' themselves with a complex and challenging, yet increasingly important topic. The book benefits from a prestigious line-up of knowledgeable authors, including those who are actually ‘doing’ research and research data management. - Ariadne

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RESEARCH METHODS 2ND EDITION

Research, Evaluation and Audit Key steps in demonstrating your value

Research Methods in Information

Edited by Maria J Grant, University of Salford, UK, Barbara Sen, University of Sheffield, UK and Hannah Spring, York St John University, UK

Alison Jane Pickard, Northumbria University, UK

2013 384pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048132

“This recently republished volume is a valuable and timely addition to what the author refers to as the research methods journey.” - Journal of Pedagogic Development

The long-awaited 2nd edition of this best-selling research methods handbook is fully updated and includes brand new coverage of online research methods and techniques, mixed methodology and qualitative analysis.

This edition includes two new contributed chapters: Professor Julie McLeod, Sue Childs and Elizabeth Lomas focus on research data management, applying evidence from the recent JISC funded ‘DATUM’ project; Dr Andrew Shenton examines strategies for analysing existing documents.

The first to focus entirely on the needs of the information and communications community, this handbook guides the would-be researcher through the variety of possibilities open to them under the heading ‘research’ and provides students with the confidence to embark on their dissertations. The focus here is on the ‘doing’ and although the philosophy and theory of research is explored to provide context, this is essentially a practical exploration of the whole research process with each chapter fully supported by examples and exercises tried and tested over a whole teaching career. Contents: PART 1: STARTING THE RESEARCH PROCESS 1. Major research paradigms Reviewing literature 3. Defining the research 4. The research proposal 5. Sampling 6. Research Data Management 7. Ethics in research PART 2: RESEARCH METHODS 8. Case studies 9. Surveys 10. Experimental research 11. Usability testing 12. Ethnography 13. Delphi study 14. Action research 15. Historical research 16. Grounded theory: method or analysis? PART 3: DATA COLLECTION TECHNIQUES 17. Interviews 18. Questionnaires 19. Observation 20. Diaries 21. Focus groups 22. Analysis of existing, externally created material PART 4: DATA ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH PRESENTATION 23. Qualitative analysis 24. Quantitative analysis 25. Presenting the research PART 5: GLOSSARY AND REFERENCE Readership: Students of information and communications studies and archives and records management, and practitioners beginning a piece of research.

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2013 256pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856047418 eBook: 9781856049719

“I strongly recommend this book” - Information Research

This handbook provides library and information professionals with the information they need to undertake research projects in the workplace in order to inform their own practice and improve service delivery.

Whether you are a complete novice or have experience of undertaking evaluations, audits or research, this book will guide you step-by-step through the key phases of planning, doing and disseminating research. The text is divided into three sections:

• Part 1 - Getting started introduces the concepts, ethics and planning stages. • Part 2 - Doing research, evaluation and audit explores the fundamentals of projects, including the literature review, qualitative and quantitative research methods, data analysis and research tools. • Part 3 - Impact of research, evaluation and audit guides you through writing up your project, putting the results of your project findings into practice and dissemination to the wider community. Written by academics and practitioners from a diverse range of sectors throughout the world, the book offers a thorough but common sense approach. Each chapter is structured to begin with a comprehensive introduction to a discrete topic area complemented with case studies drawn from a broad range of LIS contexts to illustrate the issues raised and provide transferable lessons to your own context. Whatever your experience, this book will support your project development and explain how evidencebased library and information practice is relevant to you.

Readership: This is the essential handbook for any librarian or information professional who wants to undertake research in the workplace in order to inform their own practice and the wider evidence base for library and information science. It’s also a useful guide for undergraduate and postgraduate LIS students undertaking their final year research project. 2004 320pp | £54.95 Hardback: 9781856044721 eBook: 9781856047982

3RD EDITION

2006 192pp | £544.95 Paperback: 9781856045940 eBook: 9781856049825

Qualitative Research for the Information Professional

A practical handbook

G E Gorman and Peter Clayton

How to Do Research

The practical guide to designing and managing research Nick Moore

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Library and Information Science Research through a Qualitative Lens

SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION NEW

Alison Jane Pickard, Northumbria University, UK and Graham Walton, Loughborough University, UK

This new book will provide students, researchers and particularly practitioners, with real examples of December 2015 applied qualitative research from research design 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: to dissemination. It combines both theory and 9781783300587 practice to provide readers with the theoretical underpinnings of many different approaches to qualitative research whilst also providing a very clear example of how and why it was used.

Previously, in order for a practitioner or students to explore the multifarious assortment of approaches to qualitative research, they would need to identify and read a great many scholarly articles from both within LIS publications and across many other disciplines. The authors will provide access to this detailed account of qualitative research in a single volume to share the approach and personal reflections on how that approach has ‘worked’ in practice. This will be achieved by applying the experience and knowledge of qualitative researchers across the LIS discipline and presenting the reader with a detailed and logical explanation of each approach.

Readership: This book contains a wealth of advice for researchers, but also offers an important refresher for practitioners. It will be useful for all library professionals and information managers. Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Trustworthiness in qualitative research 3. Ethics in qualitative research 4. Action research 5. Delphi study 6. Discourse and content analysis 7. Case study research 8. Conversation and Narrative Analysis 9. Critical Theory 10. Ethnography 11. Grounded Theory 12. Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) 13. Phenomenography 14. Photovoice 15. Psychodynamic theory 16. Virtual Ethnography 17. Editors closing remarks

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Sustainability of Scholarly Information

G G Chowdhury, Northumbria University, UK This is the first book to discuss the sustainable development of digital scholarly information in three key aspects: economic, social and environmental sustainability.

Taking as its starting point the premise that digital information systems and services form the backbone of a knowledge society and digital economy, this book explores the challenges of ensuring sustainability of information in an evolving digital world. Author Gobinda Chowdhury attempts to find answers to five key questions in the context of scholarly information systems and services: 2014 256pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781856049566

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How sustainable are today’s information systems and services? How can we ensure the sustainability of information throughout its lifetime? Can today’s information systems and services face the new economic challenges while providing easy and equitable access to information for everyone? Can the level and quality of information services be sustained over a long period of time? Can all these activities be performed in an environmentfriendly manner?

Chowdhury takes the approach of a research monograph based on literature review and meta-analysis of the issues and challenges associated with the various forms of sustainability of digital information systems and services. He proposes new models for study and research based on the critical analysis of developments in related areas.

Contents: 1. The sustainability of information: an outline 2. The three dimensions of sustainability 3. The economic sustainability of information 4. The environmental sustainability of information 5. The social sustainability of information 6. Printed vs digital content and sustainability issues 7. Open access models and the sustainability of information 8. Sustainable management of open access information: a conceptual model 9. Green information services: a conceptual model 10. Information access and sustainability issues 11. The sustainability of information models 12. Research on sustainable information. Readership: This cutting-edge text is a must-read for those involved in setting policy and direction for information institutions, digital library managers and developers, researchers and students on LIS and digital information courses. 2009 224pp | £59.95 Hardback: 9781856046800 eBook: 9781856049061

Digital Information

Order or anarchy?

Edited by Hazel Woodward and Lorraine Estelle

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The Future of Scholarly Communication

Edited by Deborah Shorley and Michael Jubb “This collection expertly outlines the key areas of flux and uncertainty in scholarly communication.” - Research Fortnight

Governments and societies globally agree that a vibrant and productive research community underpins a successful knowledge economy but the context, mechanisms and channels of research communication are in flux. As the pace of change quickens there needs to be analysis of new trends and drivers, their implications and a future framework. The editors draw together the informed commentary of internationallyrenowned experts from all sectors and backgrounds to define the future of research communication. 2013 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048170 eBook: 9781856049610

A comprehensive introduction by Michael Jubb is followed by two sections examining changing research behaviour and the roles and responsibilities of other key actors including researchers, funders, universities, research institutes, publishers, libraries and users.

Contents: Introduction. Scholarly communications - disruptions in a complex ecology - Michael Jubb PART 1: CHANGING RESEARCHER BEHAVIOUR 1. Changing ways of sharing research in chemistry - Henry S Rzepa 2. Supporting qualitative research in the humanities and social sciences: using the Mass Observation Archive - Fiona Courage and Jane Harvell 3. Researchers and scholarly communications: an evolving interdependency - David C Prosser 4. Creative communication in a ‘publish or perish’ culture: can postdocs lead the way? - Katie Anders and Liz Elvidge 5. Cybertaxonomy - Vincent S Smith 6. Coping with the data deluge - John Wood 7. Social media and scholarly communications: the more they change, the more they stay the same? - Ellen Collins 8. The changing role of the publisher in the scholarly communications process - Richard Bennett PART 2: OTHER PLAYERS: ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 9. The changing role of the journal editor - Mike McGrath 10. The view of the research funder Richard Kiley 11. Changing institutional research strategies - Ian M Carter 12. The role of the research library - Mark L Brown 13. The library users’ view - Roger C Schonfeld. Readership: This book will be an invaluable guide to those entering a new and untried enterprise. It will be particularly relevant to heads of libraries, information technology managers, research support office staff and research directors planning for these types of services. It will also be of interest to researchers, funders and policy makers as a reference tool for understanding how shifts in policy will have a range of ramifications within institutions. Library and information science students will find it an informative window on an emerging area of practice.

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FORTHCOMING IN 2015 2ND EDITION

The Innovative School Librarian Thinking outside the box

Sharon Markless, Elizabeth Bentley, Sarah Pavey, Sue Shaper, Sally Todd and Carol Webb

April 2016 224pp | £54.95 Paperback: 9781783300556

This book takes a strategic approach to the leadership of school libraries, examining notions of professionalism, their effect on identity and models of library practice.

The Innovative School Librarian raises important questions about the functions of the school librarian and sets out to encourage the reader to think outside the box for new approaches to traditional challenges. It aims to inspire and enable school librarians to think creatively about their work and the community in which they operate. Written by current leaders in the field, each chapter addresses the practical issues facing school librarians. This new edition has been fully updated to incorporate curriculum revisions, resource changes, developments in the use and integration of technology and new routes into the profession. Key topics covered include: • • • • • •

The librarian's vision and values bridging the gap between different visions for the school library identifying and understanding your community making a positive response to change keeping inspired and inspiring others in the library integrating the library into teaching and learning.

Readership: This is an essential, thought-provoking book for all school librarians, practitioners in schools library services, and students of librarianship. It has plenty to interest school leadership, headteachers, educational thinkers, public library managers and local government officers and also has an international audience. 2009 192 | £54.95 Hardback: 9781856046534 eBook: 9781856048682

The Innovative School Librarian

Thinking outside the box

Edited by Sharon Markless

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CILIP Guidelines for Secondary School Libraries

SPECIAL LIBRARIES NEW

Edited by Sue Shaper, The Broxbourne School, UK

2014 146pp | £44.95 Paperback: 9781856049696

This fully updated version of the CILIP-endorsed guidelines for secondary school libraries addresses the changing schools’ landscape and impact of technological changes of recent years.

Focusing on the librarian at the heart of the school, each chapter interweaves best practice, technological development and context-specific options to provide clear guidance and support for all involved in the provision of school library services. Developed with an international audience in mind, these guidelines provide a comprehensive and flexible model for a modern school library service.

Contents: 1. The school librarian and learning: CILIP’s vision 2. Staffing and management 3. Policies and planning 4. The library environment 5. Management of learning resources 6. Information literacy 7. Developing students as readers 8. Marketing, promotion and advocacy 9. Evaluation 10. Partnerships Appendix 1. Example job description and person specification for a school librarian Appendix 2. Example job description and person specification for an assistant school librarian Appendix 3. Example job description and person specification for a school library assistant Appendix 4. Model questions and answers for recruitment interviews Appendix 5. Example school library staff progression framework and case studies Appendix 6. Example budget for setting up a new secondary school library Appendix 7. Example school improvement plan 2013–14 Appendix 8. Library policy template Appendix 9. Example procedures policies Appendix 10. Facilities checklist Readership: This will be essential reading for all those who work in school library services, whatever their level of qualification. The guidelines will also be of interest to teachers, especially those in management positions, school governors, business people who service school libraries, and students of librarianship.

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Know it All, Find it Fast for Youth Librarians and Teachers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

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A Handbook for Corporate Information Professionals Edited by Katharine Schopflin

This edited collection provides a cutting edge overview of issues of key concern for information professionals providing information services in corporate environments.

Corporate information professionals serving the workplace rather than learning communities or the general public face specific challenges and demands, from providing competitive intelligence to managing information in a global environment. International contributors working across a variety of sectors pinpoint the key topics facing the corporate information professionals today and share their experiences and expertise. December 2014 224pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781856049689

Contents: 1. The role of the information professional/librarian in the corporate workplace - Katharine Schopflin 2. Managing the corporate intranet - James Mullan 3. Internal and external marketing by information professionals - Shaunna Mireau 4. The hybrid librarian/systems specialist - Simon Barron and Linda-Jean Schneider 5. Developing corporate taxonomies - Helen Lippell 6. Gaining buy-in for knowledge and information management - Danny Budzak 7. Managing staff and demonstrating value at a time of change - Andrew Grave 8. Managing information services in a global corporation - Philip Weinberg 9. Working with suppliers and licensing for elibraries - Tina Reynolds, Fiona Fogden and Linda-Jean Schneider 10. Training end-users in the workplace - Anneli Sarkanen and Katy Stoddard. Readership: Experienced information professionals working in the corporate sector, including professional services firms, government, NGOs, commercial and industrial companies. The book should be useful to those with a high level of experience and/or seniority, wanting an overview on specific aspects of corporate information management, but will be accessible to more recent entrants to the workplace. It will also be of interest to students of librarianship and those applying for jobs within the sector, as well as the related professions of knowledge management, information architecture and intranet management. 2010 352pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781856047029 eBook: 9781856049108 2008 | £54.95 Hardback: 9781856046305 eBook: 9781856049955

The Handbook of Art and Design Librarianship Edited by Amanda Gluibizzi and Paul Glassman

A Handbook for Media Librarians Katherine Schopflin

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Embedded Librarianship

FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Mobile Multimedia in Libraries

Making connections in the classroom

Phil Bradley

Michelle Reale, Arcadia University, USA

Written by an experienced academic librarian, Embedded Librarianship suggests that it is essential now, more than ever, that librarians fully partner with the educational process, and embedded librarianship is one way to do that. December 2015 Using a practical, accessible approach, Michelle 224pp | £44.95 Paperback: Reale uses her own experience to contextualize 9781783300648 embedded librarianship within both the profession and the academic environment, providing both an introduction to the role and useful strategies grounded in pedagogy.

Readership: This book will be useful reading fur current and future embedded librarians, as well as students of library and information science and academics.

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Changing Roles and Contexts for Health Library and Information Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Understanding Healthcare Information . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Using Web 2.0 for Health Information . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

SYSTEMS & NEW TECHNOLOGY

This new book by renowned information specialist Phil Bradley explores online and mobile tools that can be used by librarians and information professionals to present information.

August 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300327

Including:

• graphics – manipulating images creating content and photographic slideshows • image sound and video search – options and exploration • screencasting software – overview, options, exploration • presentation software – overview and examples • creating podcasts • recording video

Readership: This accessible new book will be valuable reading for school librarians, special librarians, teachers, trainers and anyone interested in the creation and presentation of information. NEW

Mick Fortune, Library RFID ltd, UK

December 2015 224pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300327

Updated from Martin Palmer’s Making the Most of RFID in Libraries, this new practical and straightforward book will help library managers decide whether RFID has anything to offer them and how to make the right choices for their institution. Including:

• An overview of RFID technology in libraries • how to select an RFID solution – from choosing between suppliers and evaluating the competition to designing your own solution and making the right business case • ensuring a smooth installation • case studies of RFID and technology use from the UK, Denmark, USA, Italy and Australia • the future of RFID – including mobile and other uses beyond books.

Readership: Offering an accessible starting point for people with no prior subject knowledge as well as expert advice for more experienced technology users, this book will be important reading for anyone with responsibility for integrating library systems, those with responsibility for selection, evaluation or procurement of IT solutions and responsibility for service development, managing collections or managing access to buildings. It will also be of interest to commercial companies, who are seeking insights into library working in order to introduce new products, and LIS students.

More Library Mashups

Exploring new ways to deliver library data Edited by Nicole C Engard

FORTHCOMING IN 2015

Exploring the potential of RFID and Mobile Technology in Your Library

Mobile Multimedia in Libraries provides a practical, tool based, follow up to his acclaimed works Expert Internet Searching and Social Media for Creative Libraries. It offers an accessible starting point for people with no prior subject knowledge as well as expert tips for more experienced technology users.

Nicole Engard follows up her ground-breaking 2009 book Library Mashups with a fresh collection of mashup projects that virtually any library can emulate, customize, and build upon.

In More Library Mashups, Engard and 24 creative library professionals describe how they are mashing up free and inexpensive digital tools and techniques to improve library services and meet everyday (and unexpected) challenges. Examples from libraries of all types are designed to help even nonprogrammers share and add value to digital content, update and enhance library websites and collections, mashup catalog data, connect to the library’s automation system, and use emerging tools like Serendip-o-matic, Umlaut, and Libki to engage users, staff, and the community. 2014 352pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300358

Contents: Foreword - Michael Sauers Introduction - Nicole C Engard PART I: MASHUPS: THE BASICS 1. IFTTT makes data play easy? - Gary Green 2. The non-developer’s guide to creating map mashups - Eva Dodsworth 3. OpenRefine(ing) and visualizing library data - Martin Hawksey 4. Umlaut: mashing up delivery and access - Jonathan Rochkind PART II: MASHED UP LIBRARY WEBSITES 5. Building a better library calendar with Drupal and Evanced - Kara Reuter and Stefan Langer 6. An API of APIs: a microservice mashup for library websites - Sean Hannan 7. Using a spreadsheet to add Open Library covers to your site - Rowena McKernan PART III: MASHING LIBRARY CATALOG DATA 8. Twitterbot: searching your libraries’ catalogue via Twitter - Bianca Kramer 9. Putting library catalogue data on the map - Natalie Pollecutt 10. Mashups and next generation catalogue at work - Anne Lena Westrum 11. A Wikipedia current awareness service to deliver catalogue records using Google Apps Script - Natalie Pollecutt PART IV: VISUALIZING DATA WITH MASHUPS 12. Telling stories with Google Maps mashups - Olga Buchel 13. Visualizing a collection using interactive maps - Francine Berish and Sarah Simpkin 14. Creating computer availability maps - Scott Bacon 15. Getting digi with it: using TimelineJS to transform digital archival collections - Jeanette Claire Sewell PART V: MASHUPS FOR VALUE ADDED SERVICES 16. BookMeUp: creating a book suggestion app. an experiment with HTML5, web services, and location-based browsing - Jason Clark 17. Stanford’s SearchWorks: unified discovery for collections? - Bess Sadler 18. Libki & Koha : An example of single signon integration via leveraging open source software - Kyle M Hall 19. Disassembling the ILS: using MarcEdit and Koha as an example of how users are using system APIs to develop custom workflows - Terry Reese 20. Mashing up information to stay on top of news - Celine Kelly 21. Facilitating serendipitous discovery with Serendip-o-matic - Meghan Frazer. Readership: Librarians and information professionals.

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The Network Reshapes the Library

FORTHCOMING IN 2015

M-Libraries 5

From devices to people

Lorcan Dempsey on libraries, services, and networks

Edited by Mohamed Ally, Athabasca University, Canada and Gill Needham, the Open University, UK

Lorcan Dempsey, OCLC

Edited by Kenneth J Varnum, University of Michigan, USA

This collection of insights from library technology guru Lorcan Dempsey offers readers valuable reflections on emerging trends and key areas of concern as well as a visionary approach to libraries’ future. 2014 320pp | £44.95 Paperback: 9781783300419

Over the last decade, Dempsey’s writing has covered diverse and wide ranging topics including the evolution of libraries, from how library organization, services and technologies are co-evolving with the behaviours of their users to support their changing research and learning needs, to how the curatorial traditions of archives, libraries and museums have come together in the digital environment.

This selection of posts, originally from Dempsey's blog, has been expertly curated by Kenneth J Varnum to showcase Dempsey’s dual ability to firstly explore an issue and then to reveal the higher-order trends. Using this method, Dempsey provides his incisive perspective on where libraries have been in the last decade as well as his prescient insights into future trends and directions.

Contents: Preface - Lorcan Dempsey Editor's introduction - Ken Varnum 1. Networked resources 2. Network organization 3. In the flow 4. Resource discovery 5. Library systems 6. Data and metadata 7. Publishing and communication 8. Libraries 9. Lorcan's picks. Readership: The book concludes with a selection of favourites hand-picked by Dempsey himself and will be essential reading for students, library strategists, administrators, technology staff and anyone with an interest in the future of libraries. NEW

The Top Technologies Every Librarian Needs to Know

May 2015 224pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781783300341

This brand new edition of the highly successful MLibraries series brings together cutting-edge international contributions from the leading experts, practitioners and researchers in the field. Based on the proceedings of the Fifth International M-Libraries Conference held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2014, it showcases the diversity of innovative and inspiring work that libraries are doing across the world to interact with their users and deliver resources via mobile and hand-held devices. Contributed to by international researchers, educators, technical developers, managers and library professionals, the book explores the following themes: • Best practice for the use of mobile technologies in libraries • Challenges and strategies involved in embracing mobile innovation for libraries • The impact of ubiquitous and wearable technologies on the future of libraries • Harnessing the future for teaching and learning with mobile technologies • Mobile technologies enhancing information access for all and pursuing the millennium development goals

Readership: Information professionals in all sectors and researchers, educators, technical developers, managers and library professionals. It will also be invaluable for students of library and information science and newcomers to the profession.

M-Libraries 3

Transforming libraries with mobile technology

A LITA guide

Edited by Mohamed Ally, Athabasca University, Canada and Gill Needham, the Open University, UK

Edited by Kenneth J Varnum, University of Michigan, USA 2014 144pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781783300334

“The chapters are well written and give enough information to help librarians brainstorm what could be the next big thing for their libraries … Another important aspect of this book is that it briefly discusses theories and concepts such as technological convergence and augmented reality that influence the adoption of a particular emerging technology. These concepts help stimulate strategic thinking on which technology is suitable for a particular library considering the user needs and availability of technical skills among the librarians.” - ARBA

In this much needed book, Kenneth J Varnum and his hand-picked team of contributors look ahead over the most important technologies likely to impact library services over the next five years.

Contents: 1. Impetus to innovate: convergence and library trends - A J Million and Heather Lea Moulaison 2. Hands-free augmented reality: impacting the library future - Brigitte M Bell and Terry Cottrell 3. Libraries and archives augmenting the world - William Denton 4. The future of cloud-based library systems - Steven Bowers and Elliot Jonathan Polak 5. Library discovery: from ponds to streams Kenneth J Varnum 6. Exit as strategy: web services as the new websites for many libraries - Anson Parker, VP Nagraj, and David Moody 7. Reading and non-reading: text mining in critical practice - Devin Higgins 8. Bigger, better, together: building the digital library of the future - Jeremy York 9. The case for open hardware in libraries Jason Griffey. Readership: : LIS scholars, students, and anyone working in the field.

An up-to-date showcase of the innovative and inspiring work that libraries are doing across the world to interact with their users and deliver resources via mobile devices.

2012 240pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781856047760 eBook: 9781856049184

“..a seminal contribution...an essential, core contribution to Library Science reference collections.” - Midwest Book Review

M-Libraries 2

A virtual library in everyone's pocket

Edited by Mohamed Ally, Athabasca University, Canada and Gill Needham, the Open University, UK 2010 320pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781856046961 eBook: 9781856048613

2009 192 | £54.95 Hardback: 9781856046343

“...any public, academic, medical or special librarian whose users rely on mobile devices will benefit from learning about the cutting-edge applications explained here. It is a useful guide for info pros in corporate organisations, policy makers, researchers, developers, publishers and suppliers.” - Information World Review

Making the Most of RFID in Libraries Martin Palmer

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M-Libraries 4

From margin to mainstream - mobile technologies transforming lives and libraries

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Controlling access to online information

Edited by Mohamed Ally, Athabasca University, Canada and Gill Needham, the Open University, UK 2014 224pp | £59.95 Paperback: 9781856049443 eBook: 9781783300037

“In these papers from the 2012 Fourth International M-Libraries Conference, international contributors examine the impact of mobile technologies for accessing information and services in libraries and information centers. Cases from around the world show how libraries are interacting with users and delivering resources via mobile and hand-held devices. Some subjects include the use of iPads for a roving inquiry service, promoting library services through social media, QR codes as teaching tools, designing the library's website, creating a universitywide mobile app, and mobile devices in medical schools. Visual elements include b&w photos, screenshots, process diagrams, and data charts. The book's readership includes students and practitioners in library and information science, along with technical developers.” - Reference and Research Book New

Contents: Foreword - Char Booth Introduction - Mohamed Ally PART 1: TRANSFORMATION 1. Cost-effective content alert system using SMS: a case study at Bundelkhand University Library, Jhansi - Sridevi Jetty, Maneesh Kumar Bajpai and John Paul Anbu K 2. From aspiration to innovation: the Live Lab concept at the University of Glasgow Library - Rosemary Stenson, Wendy Walker, Kay Munro and Karen Stevenson 3. Mobilizing academic content online: challenges and rewards - Keren Mills and Hassan Sheikh 4. Using iPads for a roving enquiry service: a case study on lessons learned - Rowan Williamson 5. BYOD! We don’t think so - Steve Bowman 6. Bridge over troubled waters: QR coding the collection for student satisfaction - Neil Ford 7. If you tweet will they follow? Promoting library resources and services to a mobile audience through social media - David Honeybone 8. Transforming the service: supporting mobile devices with minimal budget and time - Georgina Parsons PART 2: INSPIRATION 9. M-education reaching the unreached: a Government of India initiative - Parveen Babbar and Seema Chandhok 10. Widening access and stimulating innovation through mobile health applications - Bob Gann 11. An education in privacy: best practices for academic libraries in the age of social media - Kate Cushon 12. QR codes as teaching tools - Keiso Katsuro 13. Making sure to remember what we already know: ensuring e-reading innovation works - Anne Hewling 14. Text reference service: ideas for best practices - Lili Luo 15. M-libraries on the hype cycle: where are we? Jo Alcock and Pete Dalton 16. Responsive web design for your library website Matt Borg PART 3: IMPLEMENTATION 17. A new method of training users: Polimedia video for iOS and Android devices - Angels Carles-Pomar, Ana Castellano and Fernando Guerrero Rebollo 18. Mobile phone technology in academic library services: a public university students’ perceptions and paradigm Md. Anwarul Islam 19. Moving beyond the counter: mobile library support and the use of tablet PCs at Leeds University Library - Peter Kilroy 20. Creating a university-wide mobile app: the mStir experience - Andrew Wilson 21. Use of mobile phones for library services: the experience of Hezekiah Oluwasanmi Library, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Nigeria - Bukky Olufemi Asubiojo 22. If you build it will they come? The importance of collaboration and marketing in developing and promoting mobile services - Binky Lush and Emily Rimland 23. Delivering news on mobile: the European Parliament’s m.Library website - Caroline Corneau 24. Searching the Library catalogue through Twitter - Bianca Kramer 25. Mobile devices in medical schools: the WCMC-Q experience - Sa’ad Laws 26.Kindles in the library, National University of Ireland Maynooth Kindle Pilot 2011 Louise Saults.

2011 232pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048071

Getting Started with Cloud Computing

Access and Identity Management for Libraries

Mariam Garibyan, University of Worcester, UK, Simon McLeish, University of Oxford, UK and John Paschoud, LSE, UK 2013 272pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856045889 eBook: 9781783300006

“...provides an excellent, well-organized overview of the structures, protocols, and skills necessary for controlling online access to proprietary information resources. The book, including introduction, glossary, appendices, and index, is just slightly over 250 pages long and presents the topic in a logical manner with an appropriate level of detail and useful, real-world examples.” - Journal of Access Services

Practical guidance to ensuring that your users can access and personalise the online resources they are entitled to use with the minimum of fuss. With the rapid increase in the use of electronic resources in libraries, managing access to online information is an area many librarians struggle with. Managers of online information wish to implement policies about who can access the information and under what terms and conditions but often they need further guidance.

Written by experts in the field, this practical book is the first to explain the principles behind access management, the available technologies and how they work. This includes an overview of federated access management technologies, such as Shibboleth, that have gained increasing international recognition in recent years. This book provides detailed case studies describing how access management is being implemented at organizational and national levels in the UK, USA and Europe, and gives a practical guide to the resources available to help plan, implement and operate access management in libraries.

Contents: Foreword - Clifford Lynch 1. What is access management, and why do libraries do it? 2. Electronic resources: public and not so public 3. Principles and definitions of identity and access management 4. Current access management technologies 5. Authentication technologies 6. Authorization based on physical location: how does the internet know where I am? 7. Authorization based on user identity or affiliation with a library: who you are? or what you do? 8. Federated access: history, current position and future developments 9. Proprietary access management and identity management products and services 10. Internet access provided by (or in) libraries 11. Library statistics 12. Business cases for libraries Appendix 1. Case studies Appendix 2. A White Paper on Authentication and Access Management Issues in Cross-organizational Use of Networked Information Resources. Readership: This is essential reading for all who need to understand the principles behind access management or implement a working system in their library.

Using Mobile Technology to Deliver Library Services A handbook

Andrew Walsh 2012 160pp | £49.95 Paperback: 9781856048095 eBook: 9781856048996

"This book is a great starting point for anyone interested in using mobile technologies to deliver library services but not sure where to start. It's easy to read, the language used is jargon free, and the opportunities and challenges are fully explained. However it's not so simple that it wouldn't appeal to those who have a bit more knowledge and I can see myself consulting it regularly." - Refer

Edited by Heather Lea Moulaison and Edward Corrado

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The TECH SET

Series Editor: Ellyssa Kroski, New York Law Institute, USA

Building Mobile Library Applications Jason A Clark

2012 120pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856048453

“...recommended to anyone trying to get a grip on mobile technology and what is involved in bringing it to their library.” - Australian Library Journal

2010 125pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856047241 2010 125pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856047234

Marshall Breeding

2012 120pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856048453

2012 132pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856048408

Greg Notess

2012 120pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856048484

2012 126pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856048422 2010 125pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856047296 2010 125pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856047289

2012 132pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856048491

“This is another title in the excellent Tech Set series...it certainly delivers on the series editor’s promise to: ‘explain the principles behind the Semantic Web, how you can structure your own data for better retrieval by today’s semantic search engines, and the secrets of finding hidden content online’.” - Australian Library Journal

Gaming in Libraries Kelly Czarnecki

Library Camps and Unconferences Steve Lawson

Robin M Hastings

Drupal in Libraries

“Ken Varnum has done a remarkable job pulling together the basics of the Drupal CMS into a readable, short, yet thorough, book.” - Nina McHale, Arapahoe Library District, Colorado, USA

Next-Gen Library Redesign “The writing style is engaging, with the use of the second person (you) making a strong connection between Lascarides and the reader. The range of topics covered means that the book will be particularly useful for someone wanting a general overview of web-based technologies that could be used in a library context.” - Library Review

User Experience (UX) Design for Libraries Aaron Schmidt and Amanda Etches

Semantic Web Technologies and Social Searching for Librarians Robin Fay and Michael Sauers

Microblogging and Lifestreaming in Libraries

Michael Lascarides

Screencasting for Libraries “Greg Notess has done an excellent job of covering the subject, starting with the history and basics of screencasting, moving to theory and best practices, and then spending the bulk of the book walking the reader step-by-step through several increasingly complex examples of how to record and produce a screencast.” - Paul R. Pival, University of Calgary, Canada

Thomas Sean Casserley Robinson

Ken Varnum

Cloud Computing for Libraries “...an excellent overview of the subject and an enjoyable read” - Australian Library Journal

Library Videos and Webcasts

2012 132pp | £34.95 Paperback: 9781856048439

“The book offers a good basic introduction to making a website usable. The instructions are easy to follow. The book is recommended to those undertaking a web project.” - Australian Library Journal

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Edited by Jillian R Griffiths & Jenny Craven | Hb: 9781856046473 | £54.95 eBook: 9781856047883 | £54.95

Disaster Response and Technology Planning . . . . . 28 Libraries Without Walls 6 Edited by Peter Brophy et al | Hb: 9781856045766 | £59.95 eBook: 9781856048026 | £59.95

Libraries without Walls 7

Edited by Peter Brophy et al | Hb: 9781856046237 | £59.95 eBook: 9781856047920 | £59.95

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Information Users and Usability in the Digital Age

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“Aiming to fill a need for books on usability written for professionals who design and provide online information services, this is a clear and accessible guide to examining information needs and developing effective user studies to assess online information services. G.G. and Sudatta Chowdhury approach their topic from a library and information science perspective, giving the reader basic skills that can be used to design, conduct, analyze, and apply usability research when developing online information services...Highly recommended for libraries and library professionals providing resources via the Internet.” - Library Journal

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Archiving Websites, 2nd edition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 The Content Management Handbook Martin White | Hb: 9781856045339 | £54.95

Making Search Work

Martin White | Hb: 9781856046022 | £49.95 eBook: 9781856048736 | £49.95

Managing and Growing a Cultural Heritage Web Presence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Managing Your Internet and Intranet Services, 2nd edition Peter Griffiths | Pb: 9781856044837 | £49.95

Portals

Edited by Andrew Cox | Hb: 9781856045469 | £54.95 eBook: 9781856049832 | £54.95

Web Metrics for Library and Information Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

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Index

Abell, Angela . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 The Academic Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Access and Identity Management for Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Access, Delivery, Performance . . . . . 44 Ahmon, Jess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Alexander, Ben . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Alire, Camila A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Allan, Barbara . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, 6, 7, 29 Ally, Mohamed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42, 43 Altman, Ellen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Altmetrics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Anderson, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Andrew, Paige G.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules. . 14 Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Appleton, Leo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Arant-Kasper, Wendy. . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Archives and Recordkeeping. . . . . . . . 5 Archiving Websites, 2nd edition. . . . . 13 Assessing Service Quality . . . . . . . . . 21 Attar, Karen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Austin, Fay A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

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Bailey, Steve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Bastian, Jeannette A.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Batley, Sue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Bawden, David. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Beecroft, Kathryn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Being an Information Innovator . . . . . 29 Bemis, Michael F.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Bent, Moira J.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 2 Berger, Sidney E.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Better by Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Better Library and Learning Space . . 27 Bielskas, Amanda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Blanchett, Helen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Blended Learning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Bowman, J. H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Boyle, Frances. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Bradley, Phil. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19, 30, 41 Breeding, Marshall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Brenndorfer, Thomas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Brettle, Alison. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Brewerton, Anthony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Bridges, Karl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Brock, Avril. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Brophy, Peter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 22, 44 Broughton, Vanda . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 8, 9 Brown, Adrian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 14 Brown, Caroline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Building a Successful Customer-service Culture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Building an Electronic Resource Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Building and Managing E-book Collections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Building Mobile Library Applications . 44 Building Your Portfolio, 2nd edition . . . 7 Bülow, Anna E.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Burton, Paul F. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

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Calhoun, Karen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Calvert, Philip J.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Cassell, Kay Ann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Catalogue 2.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Cataloguing and Decision-making in a Hybrid Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Chambers, Sally . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Changing Roles and Contexts for Health Library and Information Professionals 17 Chapman, Liz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Chowdhury, G. G.15, 20, 24, 26, 27, 38, 45 Chowdhury, Sudatta . . . . . . . 15, 20, 45 CILIP Guidelines for Secondary School Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 CILIP: the Chartered Institute of Library

and Information Professionals Yearbook 2014 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Clark, Jason A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Clayton, Peter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29, 37 Cloonan, Michele V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Cloud Computing for Libraries . . . . . . 44 Coleman, Lynn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Collaboration in Libraries and Learning Environments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Collection Development in the Digital Age . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Community Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Competing with Knowledge . . . . . . . . 23 The Concise AACR2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 The Content Management Handbook 45 Cooke, Alison. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Coonan, Emma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Copyright, 6th edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Copyright and E-learning, 2nd edition 16 Copyright Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Copyright for Archivists and Records Managers, 5th edition . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Cornelius, Ian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Cornish, Graham P. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Corrall, Sheila . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Corrado, Edward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Court, Joy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Cox, Andrew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Craven, Jenny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43, 44 Creating Your Library's Business Plan29 Crockett, Margaret . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Cullingford, Alison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Cultural Heritage Information. . . . . . . 26 Customer-based Collection Development. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Czarnecki, Kelly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

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Dadson, Emma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 The Data Librarian's Handbook . . . . . 36 Dawson, Heather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 De Saulles, Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Deegan, Marilyn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Delivering Digital Services . . . . . . . . . 16 Delivering Research Data Management Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Delivering the Best Start . . . . . . . . . . 10 Delve, Janet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Describing Electronic, Digital, and Other Media Using AACR2 and RDA . . . . . 9 Desouza, Kevin C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Developing and Maintaining Practical Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Developing Strategic Marketing Plans That Really Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Developing the New Learning Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Devine, Jane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Digital Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Digital Asset Management in Theory and Practice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Digital Consumers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Digital Curation: A how-to-do-it manual14 Digital Curation: Theory and practice 13 Digital Futures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Digital Humanities in Practice . . . . . . 15 Digital Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Digital Libraries and Information Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Digital Literacies for Learning . . . . . . . 7 Digital Preservation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Digitizing Collections . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 A Directory of Rare Book and Special Collections in the UK and Republic of Ireland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Dobreva, Milena. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 20 Donnelly, Christinea. . . . . . . . . . . 10, 35 Dorner, Daniel G. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Dreyer, Kathleen M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Drupal in Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Duckett, Bob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Durrant, Fiona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Dynamic Research Support in Academic Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

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E-books in Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 The E-copyright Handbook . . . . . . . . 12 Edwards, Simon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Egger-Sider, Francine . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 El-Sherbini, Magda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Ellis, Mike. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Embedded Librarianship . . . . . . . . . . 41 Emergency Planning and Response for Libraries, Archives and Museums. . 29 Endicott-Popovsky, Barbara . . . . . . . 26 Engard, Nicole C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Envisioning Future Academic Library Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Eshleman, Joe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Essential Cataloguing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Essential Classification, 2nd edition . . 7 Essential Dewey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Essential Law for Information Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Essential Library of Congress Subject Headings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Essential RDA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Essential Thesaurus Construction . . . . 9 Estelle, Lorraine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Etches, Amanda. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Evaluating and Measuring the Value, Use and Impact of Digital Collections 22 Evaluating the Impact of Your Library 22 Evans, G. Edward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Expert Internet Searching . . . . . . . . . 19 Exploring Digital Libraries . . . . . . . . . 15 Exploring the Potential of RFID and Mobile Technology in Your Library . 41

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Facilitating Access to the Web of Data20 Fay, Robin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Feather, John. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Feliciati, Pierluigi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Fieldhouse, Maggie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Foo, Schubert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Ford, Nigel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Forde, Helen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Fortune, Mick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Foscarini, Fiorella . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Foskett, A. C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Foster, Allen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 20 Franks, Patricia C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Fundamentals for the Academic Liaison1 Fundamentals of Collection Development and Management . . . . 3 Fundamentals of Managing Reference Collections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 The Future of Archives and Recordkeeping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 The Future of Scholarly Communication 39

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Gaming in Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Gannon-Leary, Pat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Garibyan, Mariam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Getting Started with Cloud Computing42 Gilchrist, Alan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, 26 Gill, Jane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Glass, Bob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Glassman, Paul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Gluibizzi, Amanda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Godwin, Peter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Going Beyond Google Again . . . . . . . 18 Gorman, G. E. . . . . . . 14, 24, 29, 37, 39 Gorman, Michael . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 9 Grant, Maria J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Griffiths, Jillian R.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Griffiths, Peter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29, 45 A Guide to Finding Quality Information on the Internet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 A Guide to Teaching Information Literacy 19

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A Handbook for Corporate Information Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

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A Handbook for Media Librarians . . . 40 The Handbook of Art and Design Librarianship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Hanson, Terry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Hare, Catharine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Harriman, Joy H P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Harvey, Ross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Hastings, Robin M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Hastings, Samantha K . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Haunton, Melinda. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Havergal, Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Haynes, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Hedges, Mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 15 Henry, Jo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Hernon, Peter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21, 22 Herring, James E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Hider, Philip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Hill, Jennie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Hiremath, Uma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Hoffman, Starr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Hornby, Susan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Hornsey, Alan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 How to Do Research . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 How to Give Your Users the LIS Services They Want. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Hunter, Gregory S.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Hughes, Lorna M. . . . . . . . . . . . . 14, 22

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IM and SMS Reference Services for Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Improving Students' Web Use and Information Literacy . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Information 2.0, 2nd edition . . . . . . . . 23 Information Architecture. . . . . . . . . . . 20 Information Ethics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Information Governance and Assurance 12 Information Literacy Beyond Library 2.0 18 Information Literacy Meets Library 2.018 Information Management Solutions . . 23 Information Needs Analysis . . . . . . . . 24 Information Policies and Strategies . . 12 Information Resource Description . . . 31 Information Rights in Practice . . . . . . 12 Information Science in Transition. . . . 26 The Information Society. . . . . . . . . . . 23 Information Users and Usability in the Digital Age. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Innovations in Information Retrieval . 20 The Innovative School Librarian . . . . 39 Interactive Information Seeking, Behaviour and Retrieval . . . . . . . . . 20 The Intranet Management Handbook 45 Introducing RDA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Introduction to Digital Libraries . . . . . 15 Introduction to Information Behaviour 25 Introduction to Information Science . . 24 An Introduction to Library and Information Work. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Is Digital Different? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Ivacs, Gabriella . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

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Jacobson, Trudi E. . . . . . . . . . . . . 17, 19 Johnson, Peggy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Jones, Ed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Jones, Sarah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Jubb, Michael. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

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Kaplan, Richard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Kaplowitz, Joan R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Kendrick, Terry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Kennedy, Marie R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Kelly, Diane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Khan, Ayub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Know it All, Find it Fast . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Know it All, Find it Fast for Academic Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Know it All, Find it Fast for Youth Librarians and Teachers . . . . . . . . . 10

Knowledge Management . . . . . . . . . . 23 Korn, Naomi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Kovacs, Diane K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

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LaGuardia, Cheryl M.. . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Landis, Cliff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Larsgaard, Mary Lynette . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Lascarides, Michael . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Lawson, Steve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Leading Librarues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Lee, Stuart D.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Lemieux, Victoria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Lester, Ray. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Levy, Philippa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Librarianship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Libraries and Information Services in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland 2015 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Libraries Without Walls 6 . . . . . . . . . . 44 Libraries without Walls 7 . . . . . . . . . . 44 Library Analytics and Metrics . . . . . . . 21 Library and Information Science . . . . 34 Library and Information Science Research through a Qualitative Lens 38 Library Camps and Unconferences . . 44 The Library Innovation Toolkit . . . . . . 22 Library Management in Disruptive Times 28 The Library Marketing Toolkit. . . . . . . 30 Library Services for Children and Young People. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Library Services from Birth to Five. . . 10 Library Videos and Webcasts . . . . . . 44 Linked Data for Libraries, Archives and Museums . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Little, Joyce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Lomas, Elizabeth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

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MacLennan, Alan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Mackenzie, Alison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Mackey, Thomas P. . . . . . . . . . . . 17, 19 Madigan, Dan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Mahon, Barry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Making Search Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Making the Most of RFID in Libraries 42 Mallery, Mary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Management Basics for Information Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Management Skills for Archivists and Records Managers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Managing Academic Support Services in Universities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Managing Acquisitions in Library and Information Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Managing and Growing a Cultural Heritage Web Presence . . . . . . . . . 32 Managing Digital Cultural Objects . . . 13 Managing Electronic Records . . . . . . 34 Managing Information Resources in Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Managing Information Services . . . . . 29 Managing Outsourcing in Library and Information Services . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Managing Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Managing Records in Global Financial Markets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Managing Research Data . . . . . . . . . 36 Managing Stress and Conflict in Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Managing the Crowd . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Managing Your Internet and Intranet Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Marketing with Social Media . . . . . . . 30 Marketing Your Library's Electronic Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Markland, Margaret . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Markless, Sharon. . . . . . . . . . . . . 22, 39 Marshall, Audrey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Martin, Allan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Martin, Lindsey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Mastering Digital Librarianship . . . . . . 1

Matassa, Freda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Matthews, Joseph R. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Maxwell, Robert L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Maxwell's Handbook for RDA . . . . . . . 8 McKnight, Sue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 McLeish, Simon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 McLeod, Julie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 McMenemy, David . . . . . . 11, 16, 24, 32 Measuring Library Performance . . . . 22 Melling, Maxine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17, 29 Metadata . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Metadata for Digital Collections . . . . . 31 Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Metaliteracy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Microblogging and Lifestreaming in Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Millar, Laura A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Miller, Stephen J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 M-Libraries 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 M-Libraries 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 M-Libraries 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 M-Libraries 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Mobile Multimedia in Libraries . . . . . . 41 Molaro, Anthony. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Moniz, Richard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Moore, Nick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Moore, Susan M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 More Library Mashups . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Morgan, Peter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Moss, Michael . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Moulaison, Heather Lea. . . . . . . . . . . 42 Museum Collections Management . . 32

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Needham, Gill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42, 43 Negotiating Licences for Digital Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 The New Professional's Handbook . . . 7 The New Professional's Toolkit . . . . . . 6 The New Walford Guide to Reference Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Nicholas, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 The No-nonsense Guide to Archives and Recordkeeping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 The No-nonsense Guide to Legal Issues in Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing . . 12 The No-nonsense Guide to Licensing Digital Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 The No-nonsense Guide to Training in Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Next-Gen Library Redesign . . . . . . . . 45 Notess, Greg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Nyhan, Julianne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

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O'Connor, Steve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 O'Dwyer, Andy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Oliver, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Oliver, Gillian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Oppenheim, Charles . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Organizing Exhibitions . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Organizing Information . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Our Enduring Values Revisited . . . . . . 7 Owen, Kath . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Owen, Tim Buckley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Oxbrow, Nigel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

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Padfield, Tim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Pantry, Sheila. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Paquette, Scott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Palmer, Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Pantry, Sheila. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Parker, Jo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Paschoud, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Pedley, Paul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 12 Pickard, Alison Jane . . . . . . . . . . 37, 38 Planning and Implementing Electronic Records Management . . . . . . . . . . 33 Portals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Potter, Ned. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Poulter, Alan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16, 24 Powis, Chris. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Pratchett, Tracey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Practical Cataloguing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Practical Copyright for Library and Information Professionals . . . . . . . . 11 Practical Digital Preservation. . . . . . . 14 Practical Ontologies for Information Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Practical Tips for Developing Your Staff6 Practical Tips for Facilitating Research 1 Practical Tips for Successful Library Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Preparing Collections for Digitization. 13 Preservation Management for Libraries, Archives and Museums . . . . . . . . . 14 Preserving Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Preserving Complex Digital Objects . 14 Preserving Our Heritage . . . . . . . . . . 13 Price, Kate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Project Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Providing Effective Library Services for Research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Pryor, Graham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 The Public Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

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Qin, Jian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Qualitative Research for the Information Professional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

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Rafferty, Pauline . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 20 Rankin, Carolynn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Rare Books and Special Collections . 33 Ray, Louise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 RDA and Cartographic Resources. . . . 9 RDA and Serials Cataloguing . . . . . . . 8 RDA: Resource Description and Access Print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 RDA: Strategies for Implementation . . 8 Read to Succeed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Reader Development in Practice . . . . 10 Reale, Michelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Records and Information Management 34 Records Management and Information Culture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Reference and Information Services . 35 Reflecting on the Future of Academic and Public Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Research Methods in Information . . . 37 Research, Evaluation and Audit. . . . . 37 Rethinking Information Literacy . . . . . 18 Rhys-Lewis, Jonathan . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Rice, Robin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Roberts, Sue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, 29 Robinson, Lyn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17, 24 Robinson, Thomas Sean Casserley . 44 Rowlands, Ian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Rowley, Jennifer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Ruddock, Bethan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Ruthven, Ian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, 26

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Sauers, Michael . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Scholarly Publishing in an Electronic Era 39 Schopflin, Katherine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Schmidt, Aaron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Screencasting for Libraries . . . . . . . . 44 Secker, Jane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16, 18 Semantic Web Technologies and Social Searching for Librarians . . . . . . . . . 44 Setting Up a Library and Information Service from Scratch . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Seven Steps to Effective Online Teaching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Shaper, Sue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Shep, Sydney J.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Shepherd, Elizabeth . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Showers, Ben . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Sen, Barbara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Shorley, Deborah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Singer, Carol A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Smith, Kelvin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Social Media for Creative Libraries . . 30 A Social Networking Primer for Libraries

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30 Southall, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 The Special Collections Handbook . . 32 Spring, Hannah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Strategic Planning for Social Media in Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Stead, Alan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Steiner, Sarah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Stone, Rod. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Streatfield, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Stuart, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, 21 The Subject Approach to Information 20 Successful Enquiry Answering Every Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Supervising and Leading Teams in ILS 29 Supporting E-learning . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Supporting Research Students . . . . . . 2 Sustainability of Scholarly Information38

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Tanner, Simon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Tattersall, Andy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Teaching Information Literacy Online 19 Technology Disaster Response and Recovery Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Terras, Melissa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Thomsett-Scott, Beth C. . . . . . . . . . . 30 The Top Technologies Every Librarian Needs to Know . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Totterdell, Anne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Transforming Information Literacy Using Learner-centered Teaching . . . . . . . 19

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Understanding Healthcare Information17 Urquhart, Christine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 User Experience (UX) Design for Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 User Studies for Digital Library Development. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Using Mobile Technology to Deliver Library Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Using Web 2.0 for Health Information 17

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vanDuinkerken, Wyoma. . . . . . . . . . . 28 van Hooland, Seth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Varnum, Ken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42, 44 Verborgh, Ruben . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

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Walker, Peter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Walsh, Andrew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Walton, Graham. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Warwick, Claire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Watson, Les . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Watson, Margaret . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Weaver, Margaret . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Web Metrics for Library and Information Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Webb, Jo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, 19 Weber, Mary Beth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Welsh, Anne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, 10 White, Leah L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 White, Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Whyte, Angus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Woodward, Hazel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

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Yeo, Geoffrey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Young, Gil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Younger, Paula . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

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Zeng, Marcia Lei . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

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