5 edition of Continuity and innovation in the public library found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Margaret Kinnell and Paul Sturges.|
|Contributions||Evans, Margaret Kinnell., Sturges, R. P.|
|LC Classifications||Z791.A1 C655 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 222 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||96155988|
The articles cover topics such as global health regulation for influenza, pandemics and migration, health emergencies and the international trading system, the complexity and cost-benefit trade-offs considered in preparing for pandemics, access to medicines, compulsory licensing and incentivising new medicines, building trust in public health responses, the impact of pandemics on business. An article appearing online in First Monday discusses the importance of public library Internet access in times of emergencies. As demonstrated after the devastating Gulf Coast hurricanes of and , public libraries were a place of first refuge for their communities in times of crisis, and played substantial roles in helping their communities get through and rebuild after emergencies.
District Planning and Implementation Resources for Continuity of Learning. The Information for Wisconsin Public Libraries webpage is designated for COVID information relevant to Wisconsin public library systems and public libraries. Fostering Innovation . Innovation and Its Enemies Why People Resist New Technologies (Book): Juma, Calestous: New technologies may be heralded as life-changing innovations or feared as risks to moral values, human health, and environmental safety. Anxieties surrounding technology are often heightened by perceptions that their benefits will accrue to small sections of society while the risks are more widely.
It is a curious situation that technologies we now take for granted have, when first introduced, so often stoked public controversy and concern for public welfare. At the root of this tension is the perception that the benefits of new technologies will accrue only to small sections of society, while the risks will be more widely distributed. Dealing with Difficult People in the Library is recommended for staff at all levels, from paraprofessionals to administrators. The book can be used as a tool for assisting managers to write policies, and it gives managers important advice such as the need to empower employees to Author: Barbara Bernoff Cavanaugh.
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Rapid, widespread, and substantive change and innovation in public librarianship depends on the ability of public librarians to share in the exchange of new ideas, regardless of the size of their communities. This book explores how managerial innovations are generated and disseminated among public by: Public libraries have continued to evolve and adapt their services in order to thrive in a world of constant change.
Innovation is seen as a positive and a critical force in the success of organisations, and public libraries are no exception. Public libraries have embraced innovation, seeing an opportunity to redefine their role and relevance.
Innovation in Public Libraries: Learning from International Library Practice examines the recent activities of successful and innovative libraries around the world, presenting their initiatives in areas including library design, events and programs, and creating customer experiences.
This timely guide provides an overview of these libraries’ successful experiences and identifies emerging. This book is a study of the transformation of the role of the pope in the twelfth century, from which he emerged as monarch of the universal Church, dedicated to reform and to making the Church independent of secular by: Today's rapidly evolving information-based society demands that public libraries implement planned, proactive, and innovative change to meet patron needs.
Rapid, widespread, and substantive change and innovation in public librarianship depends on the ability of public librarians to share in the exchange of new ideas, regardless of the size of their communities. Sturges, Paul (), "Conceptualising the Public Library" in Margaret Kinnell and Paul Sturges (eds.) Continuity and Innovation in the Public Library: the Development of a Social Institution, Library Association Publishing.
Librarians understand that innovation is important to the future of public libraries. One need only look through the program listings for any library conference, through the titles of recent articles in library journals, or newer position descriptions from public libraries to observe that the words “innovation” and “innovative” have become ubiquitous.
On April 9, the Public Library Association (PLA) announced the release of the broadest survey to date—with 2, unique responses nationwide, representing 28% of all US public libraries—on how public libraries are responding to the COVID pandemic. The findings show that as public libraries close their buildings to the public, staff continue to serve their communities in innovative ways.
Ideas and innovations in public libraries. Introduction. Every time I do a new news post for Public Libraries News, I check the media for mentions of new ideas in the public library world.
This is stuff that strikes me as unusual: it may be something that a particular public library has been doing for decades. The Sheldon Margen Public Health Library (PHL) at the University of California, Berkeley is a small, subject-specific academic library, serving the students, staff, and faculty of the School of Public Health as well as the campus at large, the general public, and.
The communities and users that libraries serve are always changing; true innovation helps libraries adapt to meet their needs and aspirations both now and in the future. This stimulating collection offers numerous snapshots of innovation in action at a range of libraries. A comprehensive site for book clubs with resources for starting a book club, book reviews, reading guides with discussion questions, and recipes to complement your current book club title.
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In her hands, the library hasn't just been a place to get books. Get this from a library. Continuity and innovation in the public library: the development of a social institution. [Margaret Kinnell Evans; R P Sturges;]. The Library of Congress helped lead the charge earlier this month, announcing that it would close all its facilities to the public until April and suspend library-sponsored programs until mid-May.
Innearly million Americans used library services including onsite computers and onsite Wi-Fi to check out books, to attend workshops, and to consult with reference librarians. Libraries are now hubs of technology with over 85 percent offering wireless internet services, and many offering state-of-the-art computers for : Frankie Rendón.
Among the innovations of the late 19th cent. were free public access to books (involving elaborate classification schemes) and branch libraries or deposit stations for books in many parts of cities; in the early 20th cent.
traveling libraries, or "bookmobiles," began to take books. The Public Libraries Act initially applied only to England and Wales, but it was extended to Scotland in and there was a further Act, the Public Libraries (Scotland) Act, the following year when library authorities were granted the right to raise the rate by uced by: William Ewart.
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