Lydia Olszak

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The Greatest College Health Guide You Never Knew You Needed: How To Manage Food, Booze, Stress, Sex, Sleep, and Exercise on Campus

Though there is some useful material in this health guide for college students, it’s not enough to make up for the omissions. .
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Developing a Library Accessibility Plan: A Practical Guide for Librarians

Libraries with limited staff and funds may have difficulty incorporating many of the suggestions without considerable assistance from community partners, but larger libraries will find a practical map for improving accessibility.
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Fires in Our Lives: Advice for Teachers from Today’s High School Students

For anyone interested in inspiring students and helping them develop their full potential as global citizens.
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Coaching Copyright

Academic librarians will appreciate the practical advice found here, while librarians in other settings with an interest in copyright will discover methods to connect with users.

Marketing Plans in Action: A Step-by-Step Guide for Libraries, Archives, and Cultural Organizations

A must-read for anyone involved in marketing activities in libraries and related organizations.
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Nontraditional: Life Lessons from a Community College

An encouraging, uplifting work that will inspire both college students and teachers, as well as those considering returning to school.
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Library Licensing: A Manual for Busy Librarians

This is a solid guide for understanding, creating, and managing licensing agreements. Even readers with little experience will gain confidence and be able to approach contract negotiations from a position of knowledge and strength. Library professionals without ready access to legal advisers will refer to this work time and again.

Major Decisions: College, Career, and the Case for the Humanities

The authors clearly demonstrate the value of the humanities in this well-researched and convincing work. Anyone interested in higher education, particularly those advising students or considering a major in the humanities will find an encouraging message.

The Turn On: How the Powerful Make Us Like Them—from Washington to Wall Street to Hollywood

References to present-day events improve readers’ understanding of the author’s thesis and the work’s timely relevance. Highly recommended.
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