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doing the right thing — Special features — Music and copyright — The digital millennium copyright act — Copyright and unpublished materials — Permission from copyright owners.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
School libraries — United States — Evaluation
Instructional materials centers — United States — Evaluation
School librarian participation in curriculum planning — United States
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