Staff Books and Book Chapters
The Fortuitous Teacher: A Guide to Successful One-Shot Library Instruction
The one-shot library instruction session remains a fixture in academic library instruction. At the same time, academic librarians are searching for ways to improve and maximize the effectiveness of t his type of session. Instructional methods such as the traditional lecture are no longer relevant in today's academic library classroom. Most academic librarians have not been prepared to teach in their Masters in Library Science (MLS) programs and must gain practical teaching skills on the job and through experience, mentorship, and collaboration. 'The Fortuitous Teacher: A Guide to Successful One-shot Library Instruction' has been written as a guide for academic instruction librarians, new librarians, and library science students to help them to prepare for and conduct successful one-shot library instruction sessions.
Behind the Scences: The Legal and Contractual Aspects of Booking Exhibits and Presenters in Libraries
Nora J. Quinlan and Sarah Cisse
Almanacs, yearbooks, and handbooks
Laura R. Lucio and Sandra L. Wolf
Revised and expanded to reflect current developments in the field, this text is designed to provide the beginning student of library and information science with an overview of the most important tools for general reference work and the concepts and theory behind today's reference services.
Acculturation of the International student employee in urban university libraries
Harriett D. MacDougall and Lia S. Hemphill