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Designing Online Learning

Author: Susan Webreck Alman
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 159884637X
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This book provides an introduction and helpful guide to online education for librarians and educators in the K–12, public, and academic library settings.

The School Library Manager Surviving And Thriving 6th Edition

Author: Blanche Woolls
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 144085257X
Size: 50.74 MB
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This sixth edition of Library Unlimited's classic school library management text describes new approaches to management and addresses the realities that school librarians face in today's quickly evolving information-based world. • Provides information that progresses logically from preparing for the profession, to seeking a job, and to acting and managing in the role of the school librarian • Newly updated to offer additional insight into the challenges of leadership in changing school environments and specific information for school administration • Addresses and emphasizes the value of school librarians in education and student achievement—information to be shared with school administration in an advocacy appeal • Provides several appendixes of additional information

Handbook Of Research On K 12 Online And Blended Learning

Author: RIchard E. Ferdig
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1312587083
Size: 30.87 MB
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The Handbook of Research on K-12 Online and Blended Learning is an edited collection of chapters that sets out to present the current state of research in K-12 online and blended learning. This volume attempts to synthesize existing research; in doing so, it will act as an important resource for those interested in this topic. However, there are always new studies, concepts, and domains within K-12 online and blended learning. Therefore, we ask readers to think of this work not as a completed product but rather a flowing conversation. Each section includes potential new areas for growth in understanding practice, policy, and research. We encourage authors to contact us at [email protected] to propose missing research studies for certain chapters or for proposals on new chapters for future volumes. We look forward to hearing from readers and continuing this important conversation regarding K-12 online and blended learning research.

Embedded Librarianship

Author: Alice L. Daugherty
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610694147
Size: 49.70 MB
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In the ongoing evolution of the academic library, embedded librarianship has become an important topic of debate across levels and departments. This book delves into the concept, examining everything from theory to best practices.

The Prison Library Primer

Author: Brenda Vogel
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0810867435
Size: 62.88 MB
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In this century the central and quintessential correctional facility program ought to be the library. While the U.S. prison industry has embraced a massive reentry movement emphasizing literacy and job readiness for former felons, prison libraries have been ignored as potential sources for reintegration. In The Prison Library Primer: A Program for the Twenty-First Century, Brenda Vogel addresses the unique challenges facing the prison librarian. This practical guide to operating and promoting a correctional library focuses on the basic priorities: collection development; location, space planning, and furnishing suggestions; information on court decisions and legislation affecting prisoners' rights. This volume also includes an information-skills training curriculum, sample administration policies, essential digital and print sources, and community support resources. Equipped with practical library science tools and creative solutions, The Prison Library Primer is an invaluable resource that will help the librarian and library advocate develop, grow, and maintain an effective, user-centered library program.

The Library And Information Work Primer

Author: Anne Totterdell
Publisher:
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This text has been written to provide a practical, educational underpinning to LIS work for a broad range of new and recent entrants to the profession, for individuals working towards UK NVQ and City and Guilds qualifications and first-year undergraduate LIS courses. The book looks at the key areas of competence necessary for the efficient and informed practice of a wide range of jobs in the LIS sector, and is linked to Basics of Librarianship.

Xml For Catalogers And Metadata Librarians

Author: Timothy W. Cole
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610692918
Size: 46.13 MB
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This book provides a foundation of knowledge for catalogers, metadata librarians, and library school students on the Extensible Markup Language (XML)—one of the most commonly listed qualifications in today's cataloger and metadata librarian job postings. • Covers XML from basic concepts, such as core syntax and grammar, to advanced topics, such as transformation and schema design • Provides an in-depth look at metadata standards used in the library domain, including MARC, Dublin Core, MODS, and others • Introduces available XML tools, utilities, and XML related technologies • Includes case studies that draw from real-world applications that show how XML is used in library cataloging and metadata workflows

Xml Primer Plus

Author: Nicholas Chase
Publisher: Sams Publishing
ISBN: 9780672324222
Size: 40.66 MB
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This handbook presents XML programming from a conceptual perspective, teaching not just the technology, but the background and thinking behind it. Developers learn to do it right, gaining an understanding of the hows and the whys. Rather than teaching programmers to memorize specific APIs, Chase teaches them how to think about XML programming in a language-neutral way.