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Integrated Library Planning: A New Model for Strategic and Dynamic Planning, Management, and Assessment

Stephens’s innovative approach to strategic planning is a game-changer, with the potential to increase engagement, effectiveness, and financial accountability. A generative, inclusive approach for libraries of all sizes and types.

Inglorious Pedagogy: Difficult, Unpopular, and Uncommon Topics in Library and Information Science Education

A beneficial and thought-provoking book focusing on critical topics and experiences rarely explored in the field. Though the focus on LIS programs and education narrows the appeal, this would also be a timely addition to professional-development collections.

Thriving as a Mid-Career Librarian: Identity, Advocacy, and Pathways

Recommended for any collection where professional library literature is popular; librarians at various stages of their careers may take an interest.

What Every Library Director Should Know, 2nd Ed.

Unique supplemental reading for aspiring library directors or those interested in an insider’s view of successful library management.

Eye-Popping, Show-Stopping Libraries: Trends and Insights from the AIA/ALA Library Building Awards

For all collections supporting architectural design and library administration.

A Handbook of History, Theory and Practice of the Dewey Decimal Classification System

Both an excellent reference resource and an interesting read for Dewey experts and non-experts alike. Highly recommended for professional-development collections.

Undergraduate Research & the Academic Librarian: Case Studies and Best Practices, Volume 2

This work should be included in higher-education libraries of all sizes, whether to complement the first volume or to stand alone.

Integrating Pop Culture into the Academic Library

A comprehensive book, providing information on the rationale for connecting pop culture to library services and offering a range of projects to get students into the library. This thought-provoking and engaging book would enhance any academic library’s professional collection.

The Social Future of Academic Libraries: New Perspectives on Communities, Networks, and Engagement

This work serves as a solid primer, connecting social capital and social networking theories and practice to academic librarianship. A positive addition to academic library collections.
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