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Personal Librarians: Building Relationships for Student Success

All librarians will find useful ideas here, particularly library administrators marketing their institution’s value to the community. Essential for every collection.

Supporting Students on the Autism Spectrum: A Practical Guide for Academic Libraries

Required reading for all librarians, particularly those in K–12 and academic libraries, and a solid choice for all educational professionals.
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Library Web Development: Beyond Tips and Tricks

Though Bengtson offers many introductory resources throughout the book, this title is not intended to be a primer or introduction to web development. Library staff who are mostly self-trained web developers will likely find this helpful in navigating the dynamic and complex web development landscape.

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New Top Technologies Every Librarian Needs To Know: A LITA Guide

Those looking to understand current technological trends, especially in academic libraries, will find this a valuable text. Readers seeking a more expansive discussion may also want to consult Peter D. Fernandez and Kelly Tilton’s Applying Library Values to Emerging Technology.
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Libraries and Gardens: Growing Together

Would-be gardeners will find practical resources for new projects, and libraries that already have gardens will discover constructive ideas and advice.
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Beyond Banned Books: Defending Intellectual Freedom Throughout Your Library

Readers will appreciate Pekoll’s authoritative, clear discussion. Invaluable to anyone interested in resisting censorship attempts on all varieties of resources.
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The No-Nonsense Guide to Leadership, Management and Team Working

A handy primer and quick reference on library management and leadership.
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Before the Ballot: Building Political Support for Library Funding

Essential for librarians, library employees, and board members who don’t want to be left in the dust when it comes to funding.
 
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Community Technology Projects: Making Them Work

While community technology projects present multiple challenges, Heller demonstrates that they can succeed with effort and a willingness to adapt. For library technology managers, scholars, and project managers.
 
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