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Compact Copyright: Quick Answers to Common Questions

Librarians will find value in this work, whether they treat it as a reference or read it cover to cover. Though geared toward academic and public librarians, it will benefit any information professional faced with copyright questions.

Library Signage and Wayfinding Design: Communicating Effectively with Your Users

Polger offers clear, practical, actionable advice for improving how libraries communicate with users through signage. Will appeal broadly to library workers in public service-related positions.

The Readers’ Advisory Guide to Horror

Librarians will appreciate the updated recommendations and accessible organization. Those interested in a more complete history of horror fiction will find within a thoughtful exploration of previously excluded authors and emerging talent.


Library Programming for Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Librarians and organizations serving adults with developmental disabilities will find this volume a valuable reference for programming and for guidance in creating a culture of inclusion.

Intellectual Freedom Manual

Library administrators will find that the guidance included in the 10th edition supersedes that of the ninth edition, particularly in the “Deeper Look” sections, and is thus a crucial replacement. Librarians of all kinds will appreciate the continuing reflection on our professional principles and values.

Modular Online Learning Design: A Flexible Approach for Diverse Learning Needs

Emphasizing flexibility and functionality, Hess’s book will aid librarians who want to save time and energy when creating online learning content.

Maker Literacies for Academic Libraries: Integration into Curriculum

This detailed, thoughtful book will be useful to librarians and faculty members interested in the nuts and bolts of creating and running a successful makerspace within an academic library.

Going Virtual: Programs and Insights from a Time of Crisis

While the premise of the book is interesting, the omission of details about cost, supplies, outcomes, and other helpful data makes this slim, pricey title a marginal purchase.

Library Next: Seven Action Steps for Reinvention

This insightful book offers ideas that can be easily implemented by librarians who want to develop their trailblazing and leadership skills in order to pave the way for the future of their institutions.

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