Category Archives: ABAP

Current Trends and Best Practices in Collection Development

On the occasion of the Philippine Academic BookFair, the Philippine Association of Academic and Research Librarians (PAARL) in cooperation with the Association of Booksellers for the Academe and the Profession (ABAP) is organizing a half-day forum on “Current Trends and Best Practices in Collection Development” on July 26, 2007 (Thursday) at Function Room-B, SM Megatrade Hall, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City from 1:00pm — 5:00pm.

The forum is intended to update the participants on the underlying concepts and integral components of collection development based on current practices, featuring a timely and systematic method of selection and acquisition of library resources. It will also provide practical tips on how to effectively engage in economical book buying and book pricing awareness. Equally qualified and competent speakers are invited to share their significant views on the topic. PAARL’s accomplished Special Project on “Core Collections of Filipiniana Materials” in CD format will likewise be promoted for sale. The project coordinator was invited to further introduce and discuss its contents.

There is a registration fee of P150.00 for non-members, P100.00 for members and P50.00 for library science students. Registration promptly begins at 12:00 noon. For inquiries and reservations, please contact any of the Officers/Directors of the Association:

MARIETTA D. MOLINA, President
Centro Escolar University
Tel: 735-6861 loc. 243; Telefax: 735-9406
marietta_molina[at]yahoo[dot]com
Mobile: 0917-7645794

LORETO T. GARCIA, Vice-President
Jose Rizal University
Tel: 531-8031 loc. 51; Fax: 531-6087
loreto.garcia[at]jru[dot]edu
Mobile: 0927-4106578

CHRISTOPHER C. PARAS, Secretary
Southeast Asian College, Inc.
ccparas_saci[at]yahoo[dot]com
Tel: 781-6357; 712-3640 loc. 694
Mobile: 0928-5030632

JOCELYN T. BALANGUE, Treasurer
De La Salle University – Manila
Telefax: 536-0245
balanguej[at]dlsu[dot]edu[dot]ph
Mobile: 0915-4370890

CHRISTINE B. ARELLANO, Auditor
St. Paul University – Quezon City
cbarellano[at]gmail[dot]com
Mobile: 0919-8961702

LOURDES d.C. ROMAN, Public Relations Officer
San Beda College – Manila
Tel: 735-6011 loc. 5135
caslib[at]sanbeda[dot]edu[dot]ph
Mobile: 0906-5875727

DIRECTORS
SONIA LOURDES L. DAVID
Ateneo Professional Schools
Tel: 899-4343; Fax: 899-4344
sdavid[at]aps[dot]ateneo[dot]edu
Mobile: 0917-9625388

VERONICA M. JOSE
Mapua Institute of Technology
Tel: 247-5000 loc. 4201
vmjose[at]mapua[dot]edu[dot]ph
Mobile: 0918-4082101

PURITA P. USON
Philippine Women’s University
Tel: 526-8421 loc. 176, 177
puritz22[at]justice[dot]com
Mobile: 0916-4761164

EX-OFFICIO
Sr. IGNATIUS TAL PLACIDO, SPC
St. Paul University – Manila
St. Paul University System
Tel: 524-5687; Fax: 525-6620
sister.Ignatius[at]lycos[dot]com
Mobile: 0918-6471167

(Note: Invite taken from PAARL yahoogroups, email sent by Fe Angela Manansala-Verzosa dated June 29, 2007)
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LIS Books ©2005-07 for Acquisition

The 11th Philippine Academic Book Fair sponsored by the Association of Booksellers for the Academe and the Professions (ABAP) on July 25-29, 2007 at Megatrade Hall, SM Megamall and the 28th Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) on 29 August-2 September 2007 at World Trade Center are here again this 1st semester to lure our annual library budget. Last May 10-13, 2007, this annual book fair ritual kicked off with the holding of the Book World Fair held at World Trade Center as part of the World of Knowledge five-tiered exhibit. Librarians and their respective faculty members’ eagerly troops to this annual book fair. The race to search for publications needed in their home institution instruction, curricular, research, recreational, even personal and other needs is the embodying goal of everyone.

As usual, books or publications dedicated to our own professional growth and development are not prioritized simply because we are unaware of its existence prior to the exhibit. To help us decide if we really need to purchase such publications, we have compiled a list of LIS books below published with ©2005-2007 for your consideration. Aside from the basic bibliographic information of such publication, we have added the TOC and LCSH to facilitate our decision making process (RBManlangit).

Bell, Steven J and John D. Shank. 2007. Academic librarianship by design : a blended librarian’s guide to the tools and techniques. Chicago : American Library Association.

Contents: Where it all begins : blended librarianship — The blended librarian in action : applying design thinking to academic librarianship — ADDIE : putting the design in academic librarianship by design — What’s in it for them? : furthering campus collaboration through design thinking — Applying blended librarianship to information literacy through course management systems — LTAs : helping faculty save time on task — Digital learning materials : enhancing the instructional role of librarians — The Blended Librarian Online Learning Community : learning and practicing academic librarianship by design — Evolving through design thinking : new roles for academic librarians.

LCSH
Academic librarians
Academic libraries — Relations with faculty and curriculum
Instructional systems — Design
Educational technology
Libraries and colleges
Academic librarians — Effect of technological innovations on
Information literacy — Study and teaching (Higher)

Crews, Kenneth D. 2006. Copyright law for librarians and educators : creative strategies and practical solutions. 2nd ed. Chicago : American Library Association. 141 p.

Contents: The reach of copyright — The scope of protectable works — Works without copyright protection — Rights of ownership — Duration and formalities: how long do copyrights last? — Who owns the copyright? — The rights of copyright owners — Exceptions to the rights of owners — Working with fair use — Fair use: getting started — Fair use: understanding the four factors — Getting comfortable with fair use: applying the four factors — The meaning of fair-use guidelines — Focus on education and libraries — Distance education and the TEACH Act — Libraries and the special provisions of Section 108 — Responsibilities, liabilities, and doing the right thing — Special features — Music and copyright — The digital millennium copyright act — Copyright and unpublished materials — Permission from copyright owners.


LCSH
Copyright — United States.
Librarians — United States — Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Teachers–United States — Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Fair use (Copyright) — United States

Eberhart, George M. (ed.) 2006. The whole library handbook 4 : current data, professional advice, and curiosa about libraries and library services. Chicago : American Library Association. 585 p.

LCSH
Library science — United States — Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Libraries — United States — Handbooks, manuals, etc.

Gordon, Rachel Singer. 2006. The nextgen librarian’s survival guide. Medford, N.J. : Information Today.

Contents: Next generation librarianship — Surviving library school — Surviving the job hunt — Surviving entry-level positions — Moving forward — Image, stereotypes, and diversity — Connections — Work/life balance — Transforming the profession — A note to library administrators.

LCSH
Library science — Vocational guidance
Library science — Vocational guidance — United States
Librarians – Employment
Librarians – Employment — United States
Generation X — Employment
Generation Y – Employment

Gregory, Vicki L. 2006. Selecting and managing electronic resources : a how-to-do-it manual for librarians. New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers. 139 p.

Contents: Collection development policies — Selection criteria and the selection process — Budgeting and acquisitions — Organization and access to electronic resources — Evaluation and assessment — Digital rights management and intellectual property — Preservation issues — The future of selecting and managing electronic resources.

LCSH
Libraries — Special collections — Electronic information resources
Electronic information resources — Management
Selection of nonbook materials
Acquisition of electronic information resources
Digital libraries — Collection development
Copyright and electronic data processing — United States
Digital preservation

Lipinski, Tomas A. 2006. The complete copyright liability handbook for librarians and educators. New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers. 413 p.

Contents: What is direct copyright infringement? — What is contributory copyright infringement? — What is vicarious infringement? — What are damages and how can they be limited? — How can libraries and schools obtain immunity? — What is the section 512 safe harbor? — How should libraries and schools respond to claims of infringement? — What is different about Section 512 in higher education? — What about technological protections on copyright under Section 1201? — What must be done to legally reproduce and distribute copyrighted materials in the library — What about the circulation of copyrighted software? — What’s different about copyright compliance for distance education programs? — Afterword : Final thoughts about liability, immunity, and risk assessment in copyright law.


LCSH
Copyright infringement — United States
Fair use (Copyright) — United States

Maxwell, Nancy Kalikow. 2006. Sacred stacks : the higher purpose of libraries and librarianship. Chicago : American Library Association. 156 p.

Contents: Libraries as sacred, secular institutions — Librarians perform sacred functions — Librarians and libraries organize chaos — Librarians and libraries bestow immortality — Librarians and libraries uplift individuals and society — Libraries provide sacred, secular space — Librarians and libraries promote community — Librarians and libraries transmit culture to future generations — Implications of libraries as sacred, secular institutions.


LCSH
Libraries — Religious aspects
Libraries and society
Libraries — Aims and objectives
Books and reading — Religious aspects
Library science – Philosophy

Sauers, Michael P. 2006. Blogging and RSS : a librarian’s guide. Medford, N.J : Information Today, Inc.

Contents: An introduction to blogs — The library blogosphere. Part 1, The blogs — The library blogosphere. Part 2, The bloggers — Creating a blog — An introduction to RSS — Using an aggregator — Feeds for librarians — Creating feeds.


LCSH
Communication in library science — Technological innovations
Library science — Blogs
Librarians — Blogs
Library Web sites – Design

Courtney, Nancy (ed.) 2005. Technology for the rest of us : a primer on computer technologies for the low-tech librarian. Westport, Conn.: Libraries Unlimited. 184 p.

Contents: Computer networks / Robert E. Molyneux — Wireless local area networks / Wilfred Drew, Jr. — Cybertheft, network security, and the library without walls / Mark Cain — OpenURL basics / Walt Crawford — Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) / Eric H. Schnell — Blogs and RSS / Darlene Fichter and H. Frank Cervone — Introduction to XML / Art Rhyno — The Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting / Sarah L. Shreeves — Institutional repositories / Charly Bauer — Adaptive technologies / Jerry Hensley — Let’s get digital / Samantha K. Hastings and Elise C. Lewis.

LCSH

Libraries — Information technology
Libraries — Technological innovations
Library information networks
Telecommunication in libraries

Gregory, Gwen Meyer (ed.) 2005. The successful academic librarian : winning strategies from library leaders. Medford, N.J. : Information Today, Inc. 231 p.

Contents: Start at the beginning : your job responsibilities and how to accomplish them / Rebecca Miller with Nancy Sosna Bohm — Building strong collaborative relationships with disciplinary faculty / Elizabeth O. Hutchins — Building the profession : research, creative activities, and publication by academic librarians / Joan Beam and Cathy Cranston — Time served is time well spent : making the most of your service commitments / Michelle Mach — Faculty status, promotion, and tenure : what are you getting into? / Gwen Meyer Gregory and Mary Beth Chambers — “Come on down! You’re the next contestant” : one librarian’s view of the interview process / Karl Bridges — Mentors : how to find them, how to use them / Verla J. Peterson — Continuing education : planning your future / Kris Swank — Unions in academic libraries / Tina Maragou Hovekamp — What have you been up to? : documenting your career / McKinley Sielaff — Up North : comparisons and contrasts of U.S. and Canadian academic libraries / Don Taylor — Notes from a cataloger : success in technical services / Wendy Baia –Witches brew or gourmet gumbo : tenure in the library / Molly E. Molloy — Moving to the academy in mid-career : a field guide for the experienced librarian / Anna Gold — A view from the top : what the director or dean is looking for / Benjamin Wakashige and Emily Asch.

LCSH
Academic librarians — United States
Academic librarians — Vocational guidance
Academic librarians — Employment

Harada, Violet H. and Joan M. Yoshina. 2005. Assessing learning : librarians and teachers as partners. Westport, Conn. : Libraries Unlimited. 149 p.

LCSH

School libraries — United States — Evaluation
Instructional materials centers — United States — Evaluation
School librarian participation in curriculum planning — United States

*Note: Images taken from various publisher’s website/book vendors.

LIS Books ©2005-07 for Acquisition

The 11th Philippine Academic Book Fair sponsored by the Association of Booksellers for the Academe and the Professions (ABAP) on July 25-29, 2007 at Megatrade Hall, SM Megamall and the 28th Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) on 29 August-2 September 2007 at World Trade Center are here again this 1st semester to lure our annual library budget. Last May 10-13, 2007, this annual book fair ritual kicked off with the holding of the Book World Fair held at World Trade Center as part of the World of Knowledge five-tiered exhibit. Librarians and their respective faculty members’ eagerly troops to this annual book fair. The race to search for publications needed in their home institution instruction, curricular, research, recreational, even personal and other needs is the embodying goal of everyone.

As usual, books or publications dedicated to our own professional growth and development are not prioritized simply because we are unaware of its existence prior to the exhibit. To help us decide if we really need to purchase such publications, we have compiled a list of LIS books below published with ©2005-2007 for your consideration. Aside from the basic bibliographic information of such publication, we have added the TOC and LCSH to facilitate our decision making process (RBManlangit).

Bell, Steven J and John D. Shank. 2007. Academic librarianship by design : a blended librarian’s guide to the tools and techniques. Chicago : American Library Association.

Contents: Where it all begins : blended librarianship — The blended librarian in action : applying design thinking to academic librarianship — ADDIE : putting the design in academic librarianship by design — What’s in it for them? : furthering campus collaboration through design thinking — Applying blended librarianship to information literacy through course management systems — LTAs : helping faculty save time on task — Digital learning materials : enhancing the instructional role of librarians — The Blended Librarian Online Learning Community : learning and practicing academic librarianship by design — Evolving through design thinking : new roles for academic librarians.

LCSH
Academic librarians
Academic libraries — Relations with faculty and curriculum
Instructional systems — Design
Educational technology
Libraries and colleges
Academic librarians — Effect of technological innovations on
Information literacy — Study and teaching (Higher)

Crews, Kenneth D. 2006. Copyright law for librarians and educators : creative strategies and practical solutions. 2nd ed. Chicago : American Library Association. 141 p.

Contents: The reach of copyright — The scope of protectable works — Works without copyright protection — Rights of ownership — Duration and formalities: how long do copyrights last? — Who owns the copyright? — The rights of copyright owners — Exceptions to the rights of owners — Working with fair use — Fair use: getting started — Fair use: understanding the four factors — Getting comfortable with fair use: applying the four factors — The meaning of fair-use guidelines — Focus on education and libraries — Distance education and the TEACH Act — Libraries and the special provisions of Section 108 — Responsibilities, liabilities, and doing the right thing — Special features — Music and copyright — The digital millennium copyright act — Copyright and unpublished materials — Permission from copyright owners.


LCSH
Copyright — United States.
Librarians — United States — Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Teachers–United States — Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Fair use (Copyright) — United States

Eberhart, George M. (ed.) 2006. The whole library handbook 4 : current data, professional advice, and curiosa about libraries and library services. Chicago : American Library Association. 585 p.

LCSH
Library science — United States — Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Libraries — United States — Handbooks, manuals, etc.

Gordon, Rachel Singer. 2006. The nextgen librarian’s survival guide. Medford, N.J. : Information Today.

Contents: Next generation librarianship — Surviving library school — Surviving the job hunt — Surviving entry-level positions — Moving forward — Image, stereotypes, and diversity — Connections — Work/life balance — Transforming the profession — A note to library administrators.

LCSH
Library science — Vocational guidance
Library science — Vocational guidance — United States
Librarians – Employment
Librarians – Employment — United States
Generation X — Employment
Generation Y – Employment

Gregory, Vicki L. 2006. Selecting and managing electronic resources : a how-to-do-it manual for librarians. New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers. 139 p.

Contents: Collection development policies — Selection criteria and the selection process — Budgeting and acquisitions — Organization and access to electronic resources — Evaluation and assessment — Digital rights management and intellectual property — Preservation issues — The future of selecting and managing electronic resources.

LCSH
Libraries — Special collections — Electronic information resources
Electronic information resources — Management
Selection of nonbook materials
Acquisition of electronic information resources
Digital libraries — Collection development
Copyright and electronic data processing — United States
Digital preservation

Lipinski, Tomas A. 2006. The complete copyright liability handbook for librarians and educators. New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers. 413 p.

Contents: What is direct copyright infringement? — What is contributory copyright infringement? — What is vicarious infringement? — What are damages and how can they be limited? — How can libraries and schools obtain immunity? — What is the section 512 safe harbor? — How should libraries and schools respond to claims of infringement? — What is different about Section 512 in higher education? — What about technological protections on copyright under Section 1201? — What must be done to legally reproduce and distribute copyrighted materials in the library — What about the circulation of copyrighted software? — What’s different about copyright compliance for distance education programs? — Afterword : Final thoughts about liability, immunity, and risk assessment in copyright law.


LCSH
Copyright infringement — United States
Fair use (Copyright) — United States

Maxwell, Nancy Kalikow. 2006. Sacred stacks : the higher purpose of libraries and librarianship. Chicago : American Library Association. 156 p.

Contents: Libraries as sacred, secular institutions — Librarians perform sacred functions — Librarians and libraries organize chaos — Librarians and libraries bestow immortality — Librarians and libraries uplift individuals and society — Libraries provide sacred, secular space — Librarians and libraries promote community — Librarians and libraries transmit culture to future generations — Implications of libraries as sacred, secular institutions.


LCSH
Libraries — Religious aspects
Libraries and society
Libraries — Aims and objectives
Books and reading — Religious aspects
Library science – Philosophy

Sauers, Michael P. 2006. Blogging and RSS : a librarian’s guide. Medford, N.J : Information Today, Inc.

Contents: An introduction to blogs — The library blogosphere. Part 1, The blogs — The library blogosphere. Part 2, The bloggers — Creating a blog — An introduction to RSS — Using an aggregator — Feeds for librarians — Creating feeds.


LCSH
Communication in library science — Technological innovations
Library science — Blogs
Librarians — Blogs
Library Web sites – Design

Courtney, Nancy (ed.) 2005. Technology for the rest of us : a primer on computer technologies for the low-tech librarian. Westport, Conn.: Libraries Unlimited. 184 p.

Contents: Computer networks / Robert E. Molyneux — Wireless local area networks / Wilfred Drew, Jr. — Cybertheft, network security, and the library without walls / Mark Cain — OpenURL basics / Walt Crawford — Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) / Eric H. Schnell — Blogs and RSS / Darlene Fichter and H. Frank Cervone — Introduction to XML / Art Rhyno — The Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting / Sarah L. Shreeves — Institutional repositories / Charly Bauer — Adaptive technologies / Jerry Hensley — Let’s get digital / Samantha K. Hastings and Elise C. Lewis.

LCSH

Libraries — Information technology
Libraries — Technological innovations
Library information networks
Telecommunication in libraries

Gregory, Gwen Meyer (ed.) 2005. The successful academic librarian : winning strategies from library leaders. Medford, N.J. : Information Today, Inc. 231 p.

Contents: Start at the beginning : your job responsibilities and how to accomplish them / Rebecca Miller with Nancy Sosna Bohm — Building strong collaborative relationships with disciplinary faculty / Elizabeth O. Hutchins — Building the profession : research, creative activities, and publication by academic librarians / Joan Beam and Cathy Cranston — Time served is time well spent : making the most of your service commitments / Michelle Mach — Faculty status, promotion, and tenure : what are you getting into? / Gwen Meyer Gregory and Mary Beth Chambers — “Come on down! You’re the next contestant” : one librarian’s view of the interview process / Karl Bridges — Mentors : how to find them, how to use them / Verla J. Peterson — Continuing education : planning your future / Kris Swank — Unions in academic libraries / Tina Maragou Hovekamp — What have you been up to? : documenting your career / McKinley Sielaff — Up North : comparisons and contrasts of U.S. and Canadian academic libraries / Don Taylor — Notes from a cataloger : success in technical services / Wendy Baia –Witches brew or gourmet gumbo : tenure in the library / Molly E. Molloy — Moving to the academy in mid-career : a field guide for the experienced librarian / Anna Gold — A view from the top : what the director or dean is looking for / Benjamin Wakashige and Emily Asch.

LCSH
Academic librarians — United States
Academic librarians — Vocational guidance
Academic librarians — Employment

Harada, Violet H. and Joan M. Yoshina. 2005. Assessing learning : librarians and teachers as partners. Westport, Conn. : Libraries Unlimited. 149 p.

LCSH

School libraries — United States — Evaluation
Instructional materials centers — United States — Evaluation
School librarian participation in curriculum planning — United States

*Note: Images taken from various publisher’s website/book vendors.

LIS Books ©2005-07 for Acquisition

The 11th Philippine Academic Book Fair sponsored by the Association of Booksellers for the Academe and the Professions (ABAP) on July 25-29, 2007 at Megatrade Hall, SM Megamall and the 28th Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) on 29 August-2 September 2007 at World Trade Center are here again this 1st semester to lure our annual library budget. Last May 10-13, 2007, this annual book fair ritual kicked off with the holding of the Book World Fair held at World Trade Center as part of the World of Knowledge five-tiered exhibit. Librarians and their respective faculty members’ eagerly troops to this annual book fair. The race to search for publications needed in their home institution instruction, curricular, research, recreational, even personal and other needs is the embodying goal of everyone.

As usual, books or publications dedicated to our own professional growth and development are not prioritized simply because we are unaware of its existence prior to the exhibit. To help us decide if we really need to purchase such publications, we have compiled a list of LIS books below published with ©2005-2007 for your consideration. Aside from the basic bibliographic information of such publication, we have added the TOC and LCSH to facilitate our decision making process (RBManlangit).

Bell, Steven J and John D. Shank. 2007. Academic librarianship by design : a blended librarian’s guide to the tools and techniques. Chicago : American Library Association.

Contents: Where it all begins : blended librarianship — The blended librarian in action : applying design thinking to academic librarianship — ADDIE : putting the design in academic librarianship by design — What’s in it for them? : furthering campus collaboration through design thinking — Applying blended librarianship to information literacy through course management systems — LTAs : helping faculty save time on task — Digital learning materials : enhancing the instructional role of librarians — The Blended Librarian Online Learning Community : learning and practicing academic librarianship by design — Evolving through design thinking : new roles for academic librarians.

LCSH
Academic librarians
Academic libraries — Relations with faculty and curriculum
Instructional systems — Design
Educational technology
Libraries and colleges
Academic librarians — Effect of technological innovations on
Information literacy — Study and teaching (Higher)

Crews, Kenneth D. 2006. Copyright law for librarians and educators : creative strategies and practical solutions. 2nd ed. Chicago : American Library Association. 141 p.

Contents: The reach of copyright — The scope of protectable works — Works without copyright protection — Rights of ownership — Duration and formalities: how long do copyrights last? — Who owns the copyright? — The rights of copyright owners — Exceptions to the rights of owners — Working with fair use — Fair use: getting started — Fair use: understanding the four factors — Getting comfortable with fair use: applying the four factors — The meaning of fair-use guidelines — Focus on education and libraries — Distance education and the TEACH Act — Libraries and the special provisions of Section 108 — Responsibilities, liabilities, and doing the right thing — Special features — Music and copyright — The digital millennium copyright act — Copyright and unpublished materials — Permission from copyright owners.


LCSH
Copyright — United States.
Librarians — United States — Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Teachers–United States — Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Fair use (Copyright) — United States

Eberhart, George M. (ed.) 2006. The whole library handbook 4 : current data, professional advice, and curiosa about libraries and library services. Chicago : American Library Association. 585 p.

LCSH
Library science — United States — Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Libraries — United States — Handbooks, manuals, etc.

Gordon, Rachel Singer. 2006. The nextgen librarian’s survival guide. Medford, N.J. : Information Today.

Contents: Next generation librarianship — Surviving library school — Surviving the job hunt — Surviving entry-level positions — Moving forward — Image, stereotypes, and diversity — Connections — Work/life balance — Transforming the profession — A note to library administrators.

LCSH
Library science — Vocational guidance
Library science — Vocational guidance — United States
Librarians – Employment
Librarians – Employment — United States
Generation X — Employment
Generation Y – Employment

Gregory, Vicki L. 2006. Selecting and managing electronic resources : a how-to-do-it manual for librarians. New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers. 139 p.

Contents: Collection development policies — Selection criteria and the selection process — Budgeting and acquisitions — Organization and access to electronic resources — Evaluation and assessment — Digital rights management and intellectual property — Preservation issues — The future of selecting and managing electronic resources.

LCSH
Libraries — Special collections — Electronic information resources
Electronic information resources — Management
Selection of nonbook materials
Acquisition of electronic information resources
Digital libraries — Collection development
Copyright and electronic data processing — United States
Digital preservation

Lipinski, Tomas A. 2006. The complete copyright liability handbook for librarians and educators. New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers. 413 p.

Contents: What is direct copyright infringement? — What is contributory copyright infringement? — What is vicarious infringement? — What are damages and how can they be limited? — How can libraries and schools obtain immunity? — What is the section 512 safe harbor? — How should libraries and schools respond to claims of infringement? — What is different about Section 512 in higher education? — What about technological protections on copyright under Section 1201? — What must be done to legally reproduce and distribute copyrighted materials in the library — What about the circulation of copyrighted software? — What’s different about copyright compliance for distance education programs? — Afterword : Final thoughts about liability, immunity, and risk assessment in copyright law.


LCSH
Copyright infringement — United States
Fair use (Copyright) — United States

Maxwell, Nancy Kalikow. 2006. Sacred stacks : the higher purpose of libraries and librarianship. Chicago : American Library Association. 156 p.

Contents: Libraries as sacred, secular institutions — Librarians perform sacred functions — Librarians and libraries organize chaos — Librarians and libraries bestow immortality — Librarians and libraries uplift individuals and society — Libraries provide sacred, secular space — Librarians and libraries promote community — Librarians and libraries transmit culture to future generations — Implications of libraries as sacred, secular institutions.


LCSH
Libraries — Religious aspects
Libraries and society
Libraries — Aims and objectives
Books and reading — Religious aspects
Library science – Philosophy

Sauers, Michael P. 2006. Blogging and RSS : a librarian’s guide. Medford, N.J : Information Today, Inc.

Contents: An introduction to blogs — The library blogosphere. Part 1, The blogs — The library blogosphere. Part 2, The bloggers — Creating a blog — An introduction to RSS — Using an aggregator — Feeds for librarians — Creating feeds.


LCSH
Communication in library science — Technological innovations
Library science — Blogs
Librarians — Blogs
Library Web sites – Design

Courtney, Nancy (ed.) 2005. Technology for the rest of us : a primer on computer technologies for the low-tech librarian. Westport, Conn.: Libraries Unlimited. 184 p.

Contents: Computer networks / Robert E. Molyneux — Wireless local area networks / Wilfred Drew, Jr. — Cybertheft, network security, and the library without walls / Mark Cain — OpenURL basics / Walt Crawford — Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) / Eric H. Schnell — Blogs and RSS / Darlene Fichter and H. Frank Cervone — Introduction to XML / Art Rhyno — The Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting / Sarah L. Shreeves — Institutional repositories / Charly Bauer — Adaptive technologies / Jerry Hensley — Let’s get digital / Samantha K. Hastings and Elise C. Lewis.

LCSH

Libraries — Information technology
Libraries — Technological innovations
Library information networks
Telecommunication in libraries

Gregory, Gwen Meyer (ed.) 2005. The successful academic librarian : winning strategies from library leaders. Medford, N.J. : Information Today, Inc. 231 p.

Contents: Start at the beginning : your job responsibilities and how to accomplish them / Rebecca Miller with Nancy Sosna Bohm — Building strong collaborative relationships with disciplinary faculty / Elizabeth O. Hutchins — Building the profession : research, creative activities, and publication by academic librarians / Joan Beam and Cathy Cranston — Time served is time well spent : making the most of your service commitments / Michelle Mach — Faculty status, promotion, and tenure : what are you getting into? / Gwen Meyer Gregory and Mary Beth Chambers — “Come on down! You’re the next contestant” : one librarian’s view of the interview process / Karl Bridges — Mentors : how to find them, how to use them / Verla J. Peterson — Continuing education : planning your future / Kris Swank — Unions in academic libraries / Tina Maragou Hovekamp — What have you been up to? : documenting your career / McKinley Sielaff — Up North : comparisons and contrasts of U.S. and Canadian academic libraries / Don Taylor — Notes from a cataloger : success in technical services / Wendy Baia –Witches brew or gourmet gumbo : tenure in the library / Molly E. Molloy — Moving to the academy in mid-career : a field guide for the experienced librarian / Anna Gold — A view from the top : what the director or dean is looking for / Benjamin Wakashige and Emily Asch.

LCSH
Academic librarians — United States
Academic librarians — Vocational guidance
Academic librarians — Employment

Harada, Violet H. and Joan M. Yoshina. 2005. Assessing learning : librarians and teachers as partners. Westport, Conn. : Libraries Unlimited. 149 p.

LCSH

School libraries — United States — Evaluation
Instructional materials centers — United States — Evaluation
School librarian participation in curriculum planning — United States

*Note: Images taken from various publisher’s website/book vendors.