The Role of the Academic LibrarianBy
- Anne Langley
- Edward Gray
- K T L Vaughan
This book covers the practical side of being an academic librarian - a role that has undergone a large degree of change in recent years. It outlines and describes the skills necessary to succeed in these large, and often complex, organisations. The book includes tools and techniques for an academic librarian for managing time, meetings, projects, publishing and research, communications (paper and electronic), the basics of supervision, and how to work in a large organisation. The impact of the growth of electronic formats on the role of the academic librarian are discussed in detail.
Paperback, 176 Pages
Published: October 2003
Imprint: Chandos Publishing
â¦an excellent, highly readable guide., Scottish Health Information Network
â¦this book offers a good collection of tips and tricks for people who do not have the time or inclination to spend hours ploughing through the literature or, indeed, years working things out through painful and/or expensive trial and error in the course of their professional practice., Scottish Health Information Network
â¦a book you need to read. â¦many good ideas and tips for making the most of your career as a librarian., Education Libraries
- Time management; Organizing; Communication; Meetings; Collection development in an electronic world; Public service in the electronic world; Networking; Moving up; Leadership.