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The Library’s Guide to Sexual and Reproductive Health Information

A helpful resource for library board members and LIS students needing basic information, but collection development and public service staff may find that they need more information in today’s highly politicized climate.

Combating Online Health Misinformation: A Professional’s Guide to Helping the Public

A well-researched and useful resource for librarians providing health and medical information to the public.

The Data Literacy Cookbook

An exceptionally useful and well-designed text offering a multitude of suggestions to help librarians create fun and interesting coursework. Best for librarians and instructors of data literacy.

Academic Libraries and Collaborative Research Services

This edited volume will be useful to academic librarians and higher education campus administrators looking for practical methods to facilitate cross-campus collaboration.

From At-Risk to At-Promise: Academic Libraries Supporting Student Success

A great primer on a subject that every academic librarian should be familiar with. Will have broad appeal in the professional community, especially for new librarians.

Reference and Information Services: An Introduction, 5th Ed

This wide-ranging and informative book is essential for library schools and valuable for academic libraries and larger public ones. A handy reference tool for citing research and helping users find answers to their reference questions.

Sustainable Online Library Services and Resources: Learning from the Pandemic

A valuable resource for academic libraries, library schools, and large public library systems.

The Academic Library in the United States: Historical Perspectives

This comprehensive and important work will be deeply appreciated by librarians and historians; a welcome addition to any higher-education library.

Project Management in Technical Services: Practical Tips and Case Studies

While one must take care that the costs of project management don’t outweigh the benefits, this work provides tools and examples to provide a solid starting point for interested librarians. Recommended reading for library administrators and technical services librarians.
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