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Library Marketing and Communications: Strategies To Increase Relevance and Results

Library directors, senior library management, and marketing staff looking to implement long-range plans for growing their customer bases and increase community engagement will find useful strategies here.
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A Trauma-Informed Approach to Library Services

Library staff will appreciate suggestions on rethinking customer services from this framework and the tools to implement it.
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Libraries and the Substance Abuse Crisis: Supporting Your Community

A slim volume packed with practical information on recognizing those dealing with substance abuse issues, planning services for them and their families, and safeguarding spaces and training staff for emergencies.
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Meeting the Challenge of Teaching Information Literacy

Experienced instruction librarians will find themselves in familiar territory here, but new professionals might welcome the overview and reflection questions.

Competency-Based Career Planning for Reference and User Services Professionals

This superb work is essential reading for reference and user-service librarians looking to improve their professional capabilities.

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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.

Demystifying Online Instruction in Libraries: People, Process, and Tools

Librarians who lack formal instructional design training but who find themselves tasked with meeting the teaching and learning needs of their campuses will discover an invaluable primer here, as will librarians who have some expertise but have yet to formalize their workflows.
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The Globalized Library: American Academic Libraries and International Students, Collections, and Practices

A hefty yet convincing look at the international dimensions of U.S. academic library work. Especially recommended to those new to or interested in international librarianship, but valuable for others in academic libraries as well.
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