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    Receipe for Mindfullness in your Library

    Explores a wide range of approaches that demonstrate how librarians have integrated mindfulness into their teaching, collections, services, programming, spaces, partnerships, and professional development.

    Zotero : A guide for librarians, researchers, and educators

    Functioning as a thorough introduction to Zotero - from setting up to saving, organising, and citing items, and ending with more advanced topics - as well as a guide to teaching Zotero, including case studies of researchers throughout the book, this is both a guide to the tool and a handbook for understanding how different groups use it.

    Trinity College Library Dublin : A

    Trinity College Library in Dublin is 400 years old, the largest and oldest library in Ireland and home to the world-famous Book of Kells. This is the first comprehensive, scholarly history of the Library, covering its buildings, collections and characters - librarians, readers, politicians, book-collectors and book-thieves.

    The Small Library Manager's Handbook

    The Small Library Manager's Handbook is for librarians working in all types of small libraries. It covers the everyday nuts-and-bolts operations that all librarians must perform. This handbook, written by experts who are small librarians themselves, will help all small librarians to do multiple jobs at the same time.

    Librarian's Legal Companion for Buying and Licensing Information Resources

    Provides guidance in information acquisition including copyright and contract matters. This book covers basic fair trade and contract law concepts, contract formation, compliance, breech and remedy issues; developments in online and information contracting; and the advantages and disadvantages about licensing.

    Being Evidence Based in Library and Information Practice

    This book builds a research-grounded, theoretical foundation for evidence based library and information practice and illustrates how librarians can incorporate the principles to make more informed decisions in the workplace.


    This book provides strategic insights drawn from librarians who are meeting the challenge of digital scholarship, utilizing the latest technologies and creating new knowledge in partnership with researchers, scholars, colleagues and students.

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