Tag: Librarians

Internet Library for Librarians

 

 

Librarianship

Ace General Sites

Acquisitions/Serials/Collection
Development

Introduction,
General resources,
Acquisitions of foreign materials,
Book and non-book review services,
Book donation,
Book exchange services,
Departmental contacts, policies and procedures,
Licensing electronic resources,
Publishers’ catalogs,
Reference tools,
Serial subscription services

Administration/Management

Archives/Preservation/Special Collections

Automation

Bibliographic Instruction

Cataloging

Introduction,
General resources,
Authority maintenance,
Departmental contacts, policies and procedures.
Descriptive cataloging,
Library online public access catalogs,
MARC formats,
Meta-data,
Organizing Internet resources
– non-cataloging
approach
,Organizing Internet resources
– traditional
cataloging approach
,Subject cataloging and classification

Children/Youth
/Literacy Services

Circulation/Reserve/Interlibrary Loan

Disability Services

Government Documents

Reference

Support
Staff

 


Accessories

Internet Tools for Library Staff

Libraries on the Internet

Library
Associations

Library Automated Systems

Library Bibliographic Utilities

Library E-mail
Lists/ Newsgroups

Introduction,
General resources,
Acquisitions, serials, and collection development,
Administration and management,
Archives, preservation, and special collection,
Automation,
Bibliographic instruction,
Cataloging,
Children and youth services,
Circulation, reserve, and interlibrary loan,
Government documents,
Library schools,
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Internet Librarian 2020 – The Leading Technology Conference for Librarians

The World’s Leading Technology Conference for Librarians

Join us this October in beautiful Monterey, California for three days of practical advice, inspiring thought leadership, and in-depth training. Join your peers to learn, share, and celebrate the disruptive trends shaping the future of libraries and information professionals. See where the information industry is going, and how to get there first.

There are so many positive possible futures for libraries in every community – campuses, municipalities, hospitals, schools, corporate and non-profit enterprises, governments, and more! The trick is to channel the passion that librarians have into building awareness and relationships in their communities; taking action and not waiting for citizens, students, researchers, business folks or faculty to come to them; creating and experimenting with innovative programs and services using new technologies; securing solid partnerships to expand programs and resources; and futurizing strong, collaborative and successful communities! Internet Librarian 2020 highlights

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