Becoming a Digital Library
Library Information Technology and Networks
An Introduction to Information Science
Organizing Nonprint Materials, Second Edition
By Martin A. Kesselman, Irwin Weintraub
July 23, 2004
Providing new insights into the role of librarianship in an age of socioeconomic, environmental, and political transformation, Global Librarianship illustrates how globally networked environments promote and increase the sharing and dissemination of ideas, information, and solutions to obstacles ...
By Susan J. Barnes
November 04, 2003
This excellent reference traces the construction and maintenance of the digital collections and services that have been available day in and day out to users worldwide for more than a decade. It examines applicable guidelines for any library looking to build and manage systems, conduct and evaluate...
By Jerry Saye
September 09, 1999
This work has been revised and updated to include the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (2nd ed), the Dewey Decimal System Classification (21st ed) and the Library of Congress Classification Schedules. The text details the essential elements of the International Standard Bibliographic Description; ...
By Charles Grosch
November 15, 1994
Offers an historical perspective of the past 25 years of computers in libraries, profileing currently available processing systems according to their size and platform. The short- and long-term future of information technology in libraries.;College or university bookstores may order five or more ...
April 24, 1991
By Marilla Svinicki
November 24, 1987
This book discusses the principles of learning theory and instructional design, and provides the reader with the theoretical framework needed for design decision-making. It is helpful for the academic librarian who has responsibility for teaching students library skills....
By Roger Flynn
December 22, 1986
This book comprises an introduction to information as an external commodity; a data base that can be manipulated, retrieved, transmitted, and used. It is useful at an introductory undergraduate level and also for anyone who is new to the field of Information Science....
August 15, 1986
This book surveys the various methods and problems of organizing nonprint materials and describes the use of microcomputers both for storing nonprint items and keeping track of them. It is useful for library school instructors and administrators, media center specialists, information scientists etc....
By E. D. Dym
October 01, 1985
Your choice for a text n document analysis is no longer limited to books containing only one specific method. This workbook of Readings-representing an introductory. state of the art approach to document analysis-combines a full range of subject analysis techniques into a comprehensive, single ...
July 11, 1984
This book focuses on searching and hands-on experience, which makes the text suitable for those who wish to learn searching for their own use as well. It is intended for those who will act as search intermediaries, accepting questions from clients and performing the searches....
March 01, 1981
This book focuses on current practices in scientific and technical communication, historical aspects, and characteristics and bibliographic control of various forms of scientific and technical literature. It integrates the inventory approach for scientific and technical communication....
January 01, 1980
This book discusses the selection, evaluation, and purchase of furniture and equipment for libraries. It examines the arrangement of the interior to update and illuminate earlier writings, and helps those spending even small amounts for library furniture and equipment to do so more wisely....