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Academic Library Management: Case Studies.


Academic Library Management: Case Studies

Edited by Tammy Nickelson Dearie, Michael Meth, and Elaine L. Westbrooks



213 pages



Librarians who took part in a 2014 leadership program at the University of California-Los Angeles present their experiences and stories in case study format so others in academic libraries can learn how they approach and solve problems. Among their topics are one university's approach to academic library funding: developing an appropriations model for stability, using a project management methodology to reorganize technical services, the archivist apprenticeship: partnering with the Knowledge River Program diversity initiative, collaborative digital planning for archives and special collections: blue-sky thinking meets digital projects framework, the closing of a library: using Gilbert's behavior engineering model to manage innovative change. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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Date:Nov 1, 2017
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