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Archives 101

This excellent and practical primer is a solid choice for staff of local collections, and educators and students of archiving. It dovetails well with the third edition of Gregory S. Hunter’s Developing and Maintaining Practical Archives: A How-To-Do-It Manual.

Anime Clubs for Public Libraries: A Practical Guide for Librarians

Pard has created an indispensable guide for all anime clubs. Her clear descriptions and encouraging tone will reassure readers that they need not be anime fans themselves to run a successful club. Highly recommended.
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Partners in Teaching and Learning: Coordinating a Successful Academic Library Instruction Program

Mallon lays out a solid foundation and offers sage advice that instruction coordinators will find useful.
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Underserved Patrons in University Libraries: Assisting Students Facing Trauma, Abuse, and Discrimination

Offering a nuanced look at how patrons’ lived experiences impact their interactions with libraries, this book is widely applicable to people working in any college or university setting
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Spreadsheets for Librarians: Getting Results with Excel and Google Sheets

White’s writing style brings clarity and humor to the dry, technical task of mastering spreadsheets. Despite the library-specific examples, this offering will also appeal to other professionals looking for strategies to increase efficiency in their work.
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Emerging Human Resource Trends in Academic Libraries

Small and medium-sized libraries will find some useful ideas here, but the bulk of the book is aimed at larger libraries where opportunities for promotion and job growth within the library are more plentiful. Worthwhile reading for directors in all academic libraries and for human resources managers in larger academic libraries.
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Engaging Students through Campus Libraries: High-Impact Learning Models

Although the editors waste some time arguing the foregone conclusion that teaching courses or embedded course content has more impact than one-shot sessions, the programs described are detailed and useful examples of high-impact information literacy skills instruction.
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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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Leading Professional Development: Growing Librarians for the Digital Age

A quick read with guidance for creating myriad enrichment activities for library professionals. Will appeal broadly across all types of libraries, professional organizations, and library science programs.
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