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Library 2035: Imagining the Next Generation of Libraries

Essential reading for all library workers and information professionals and, indeed, for any person concerned about the future of libraries.

Practicing Privacy Literacy in Academic Libraries: Theories, Methods, and Cases

This collection is a welcome resource for librarians who feel strongly about privacy literacy but are unsure where to start. Essential reading for scholarly-communication librarians, public librarians, and teaching librarians.

The Big Sourcebook of Free and Low-Cost Library Programming: 300+ Resources, Ideas, and Tools

A time-saving and relevant programming sourcebook; highly recommended for any library seeking to revitalize its programs and services.

The Librarian’s Guide to Learning Theory: Practical Applications in Library Settings

A user-friendly work that provides librarians with a quick tool to better understand learning theories in relation to librarianship. Excellent for both seasoned and new librarians, this resource is highly recommended for all types of libraries.

The Experimental Library: A Guide to Taking Risks, Failing Forward, and Creating Change

A user-friendly guide celebrating curiosity and experimentation, recommended for libraries hoping to embrace positive change.

The Librarian’s Guide to Bibliotherapy

Primarily a professional how-to resource, this handbook will be most useful for special, public, and academic librarians supporting self-help, health care, counseling, and social work programs.

Creators in the Academic Library: Collections and Spaces

Offering inspiration for implementing student creativity initiatives, this is a recommended purchase for most higher education libraries.

Cataloging and Classification: An Introduction

The new edition of this essential work has raised the bar on an already excellent text about cataloguing. Recommended for cataloguers at all levels of expertise.

The Fight Against Book Bans: Perspectives from the Field

This title is highly recommended for people seeking information on how to address book challenges and increase advocacy efforts, as well as anyone working in libraries facing censorship who needs to know they aren’t alone.
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