ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards Hiss 1942 It’s National Library Week everyone! This week we will be featuring some lovely library themed posts. If you are a library lover this is the time to show it! Visit your local
The Assertive Librarian Caputo 1984 Yes, another librarian title for National Library Week. I hope you are being appreciated and swamped with gifts and cash. (Yeah, me neither.) My general feeling is that most public service librarians don’t usually have
Small Libraries: Organization and Operation Sager 1992 Submitter: I dug this relic out of our library science collection. It’s from 1992. I’m sure current librarians and librarians in training could benefit from this book’s advice, including how to type a
Library and Information Science Careers McCook and Myers 2001 I like this series. The information is pretty comprehensive and even talks about non-traditional information careers. Very good for 2001 but in 2013, not so much. No real discussion of technology
More Films Kids Like Gafney 1977 Submitter: We complain a lot about ALA Editions around here. They always come out many months behind schedule, fall apart almost immediately, and cost three times as much as any other publisher’s works on
When the Lights Go Down Betts 2005 As we continue to celebrate National Library Week, we invite you to try some fiction featuring librarians. Oh no! Our shy librarian wakes up for her 31st birthday and she decides she is
Library Media Manual Spirt 1979 Submitter: I wanted to share some photos of a book I inherited when I became the Library Media Specialist at the [Middle School] in [NJ]. It is entitled “Library / Media Manual,” by Diana L.
What the Librarian Heard Bingham 2001 As we continue our celebration of National Library Week, we are featuring some library or librarian related posts. Gotta love the cover art on this: check out the sensible shoes and the hair! I