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Financial Management in Academic Libraries explores the connection between financial management and accountability, effectiveness, efficiency, and sustainability, and demonstrates how to capture them in a realistic, data-supported budget.
The threshold concepts within ACRL’s Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education need to be facilitated with deliberation by librarians integrating them into their instruction sessions. The Fun of Motivation can help you explore, implement, and assess fun as a means of student motivation.
Disciplinary Applications of Information Literacy Threshold Concepts explores threshold concepts as an idea and the specifics of what the concepts contained in ACRL’s Framework for Information literacy for Higher Education look like in disciplinary contexts including the humanities, social sciences, life sciences, and physical sciences, and a range of students, from first-year undergraduates to doctoral students.
Undergraduate Research and the Academic Librarian explores the strategic new services and cross-departmental collaborations academic libraries are creating to support research: publishing services, such as institutional repositories and undergraduate research journals; data services; copyright services; poster printing and design; specialized space; digital scholarship services; awards; and much more.
Building on established best practices and recent research, Academic Library Impact clearly identifies priority areas and suggests specific actions for academic librarians and administrators to take in developing programs, collections, and spaces focused on student learning and success.
With ten chapters covering everything from building teams to creating a respectful workplace to managing university politics, Now You’re a Manager provides lists, exercises, and techniques for assembling and managing an effective, happy team.
Assessment is fundamental to positioning your library within your organization and effectively demonstrating how it furthers your institution’s goals. The Library Assessment Cookbook features 80 practical, easy-to-implement recipes that can help librarians of all levels of experience measure and demonstrate their institutional value.