This series provides essential practical guides for those working in libraries, archives, and a variety of other information science professions around the globe.
Including authored and edited volumes, the series will help to enhance practitioners' and students' professional knowledge and will also encourage sharing of best practices between different countries, as well as between different types and sizes of organisations.
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Practicing Social Justice in Libraries
A Guide to Using the Anonymous Web in Libraries and Information Organizations Enhancing Patron Privacy and Information Access
By Liz Woolcott, Ali Shiri
April 04, 2023
While most discoverability evaluation studies in the Library and Information Science field discuss the intersection of discovery layers and library systems, this book looks specifically at digital repositories, examining discoverability from the lenses of system structure, user searches, and ...
By Alyssa Brissett, Diana Moronta
September 30, 2022
Practicing Social Justice in Libraries provides practical strategies, tools, and resources to library and information workers and students who wish to drive change in their classrooms, institutions, and communities and incorporate social justice into their everyday practice. With contributions ...
By Brady D. Lund, Matthew A. Beckstrom
March 18, 2022
A Guide to Using the Anonymous Web in Libraries and Information Organizations provides practical guidance to those who are interested in integrating the anonymous web into their services. It will be particularly useful to those seeking to promote enhanced privacy for their patrons. The book begins...
By Gaby Haddow, Hollie White
December 30, 2021
Assessment as Information Practice provides information about a range of collection and service-based assessment approaches that can be applied in different contexts to benefit institutions and the users they serve by enhancing quality, efficiency, and effectiveness. With contributions from ...
By Hrvoje Stančić
December 31, 2020
Trust and Records in an Open Digital Environment explores issues that arise when digital records are entrusted to the cloud and will help professionals to make informed choices in the context of a rapidly changing digital economy. Showing that records need to ensure public trust, especially in ...
By Jens Boel, Eng Sengsavang
December 30, 2020
Recordkeeping in International Organizations offers an important treatment of international organizations from a recordkeeping perspective, while also illustrating how recordkeeping can play a vital role in our efforts to improve global social conditions. Demonstrating that organizations have ...
By Tina Herman Buck, Sara Duff
October 14, 2020
Guidance for Librarians Transitioning to a New Environment offers practical advice for those hoping to transition into a different type or size of institution. Written by librarians who have successfully navigated such changes, the book encourages consideration of unexplored opportunities. Drawing ...