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  • Front Cover; The 21st Century Academic Library; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; About the Author; Preface; Acknowledgments; 1 Introduction; Organizations and Institutions; Typology of Library Organizations; Types; Theoretical Framework; The Political Environment of Higher Education and Academic Libraries; The Library and the University; Historical Context; Problem Statement; Research Questions; Methodology; Data; Summary of Information on Each Region; South Asia (India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh); Africa; Australia and New Zealand; United Kingdom and Ireland; North America; 2 Background
  • Introduction: Historical ContextEducation for Librarianship; The Global Environment of Higher Education and Academic Libraries; South Asia: India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh; Africa; The United Kingdom and Ireland; Australia and New Zealand; 3 Academic Library Organization; Introduction; Bureaucracy; Academic Library as "Ideal Type"; The Collection-Based Library; Libraries and Technology; Public Services and Technical Services; Acquisitions; Cataloging; Access Services; Reference and Instruction; Special Collections; Systems; New Programs and Services
  • Organizational Strategies and Mechanisms of Institutionalization4 Literature Review; Introduction; Academic Library Organization, Administration, and Planning; Education for Librarianship and Librarianship as a Profession; Academic Library Genres; Global Academic Libraries; Comparative Education and Its Application; Comparative Librarianship; Discourse Analysis; Genre and Register; Social Theory, Social Semiotics, and CDA; Organizational Communication; Discourse Analysis of Written Texts; Library and University Discourse and Texts; Discourse Communities and Speech Communities
  • Discourses of LibrarianshipInstitutionalism; 5 Data, Results, and Discussion; Introduction; Frequencies; Africa; South Asia; United Kingdom and Ireland; Australia and New Zealand; North America; All Regions; Analysis of Types Using Examples; Example 1: US Library, Type 1; Example 2: Pakistan Library, Type 1; Example 3: Australian Library, Type 2; Example 4: Australian Library, Type 2; Example 5: US Library, Type 3; Example 6: US Library, Type 3; Example 7: United Kingdom Library, Type 4; Example 8: Australian Library, Type 4; Genre and Register Analysis; FTM/GR Discourse Analysis Instrument
  • Text: Library Organizational ChartField; Semantic Domains (General Subject Categories); Transitivity: Process, Semantic and Grammatical Roles, and Circumstance Process; Semantic and Grammatical Roles; Circumstance; Tenor; Author; Audience; Relative Status, Social Distance, Personalization, Speech Functions, and Standing; Standing (Author's Knowledge and Authority); Stance (Attitude, Agency, and Modality); Mode; Textual Meaning; Spoken/Written; Action/Reflection and Interactivity; Schema; Patterning; Thematic Organization (Macrotheme); Cohesion (Lexical, Logical); Cohesion (Lexical)
xvi, 160 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm.
Green Library
1 online resource (xxi, 274 pages).
  • Mobile applications for libraries / Dana Haugh
  • Pulling content out the back door : creating an interactive digital collections experience / Amy Hunsaker, Natasha Majewski, Laura Rocke
  • RFID technology / Shreya Banerjee
  • UX work in libraries : how (and why) to do it / Houda El Mimouni, Jennifer Anderson, Nadaleen Tempelman-Kluit, Alexandra Dolan-Mescal
  • Processes for user-centered design and development : the Omeka Curator Dashboard project / Susan Perry, Jessica Waggoner
  • If you build it, they will come : creating a library statistics dashboard for decision-making / Laura Horne-Popp, Elisabeth Tessone, Joshua Welker
  • Intrapreneurship and Enterprise 2.0 as grounds for developing in-house digital tools for handling METS/ALTO files at the University Library Belgrade / Nikola Smolenski, Milena Kostic, Adam Sofronijevic
  • Microsoft Access as a rapid prototyping tool / Nathaniel Gustafson-Sundell
  • Digital collections and digital libraries : digital libraries / Manoj Kumar
  • Developing in-house digital tools : case studies from the UMKC School of Law Library / Ayyoub Ajmi
  • Software development in libraries / Harish Maringanti
  • MyLibrary at Brooklyn College : developing a suite of digital tools / Colleen Bradley-Sanders, Alex Rudshteyn
  • Drips Gallery : a community-driven graffiti library & archive / Alexandra Lederman, Farah Jindani.
Library services are dependent on technology tools in order to host, distribute, and control content. Today, many libraries are creating, testing, and supporting their own tools to better suit their particular communities.Developing In-House Digital Tools in Library Spaces is a pivotal reference source with the latest empirical research on organizational issues, examples of library automation, case studies of developing library products, and assessment of the impact and usefulness of in-house technologies. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as linked data, mobile applications, web analytics, this book is ideally designed for academicians, researchers, students, and librarians seeking current research on technological products and their development in library use.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781522526766 20170925
xxi, 148 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Translator's Preface Preface to the English-Language Edition Introduction: Why Be Interested in Google? Chapter 1. Google Makes the Internet Apparent Chapter 2. Google Inc.: From Search to Global Capital Chapter 3. "Our mission is to organize the world's information" Chapter 4. "Don't Be Evil" Chapter 5. On Cultural Democracy Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780823278077 20171017
"Google is a champion of cultural democracy, but without culture and without democracy." In this witty and polemical critique the philosopher Barbara Cassin takes aim at Google and our culture of big data. Enlisting her formidable knowledge of the rhetorical tradition, Cassin demolishes the Google myth of a "good" tech company and its "democracy of clicks, " laying bare the philosophical poverty and political naivete that underwrites its founding slogans: "Organize the world's information, " and "Don't be evil." For Cassin, this conjunction of globalizing knowledge and moral imperative is frighteningly similar to the way American demagogues justify their own universalizing mission before the world. While sensitive to the possibilities of technology and to Google's playful appeal, Cassin shows what is lost when a narrow worship of information becomes dogma, such that research comes to mean data mining and other languages become provincial "flavors" folded into an impoverished Globish, or global English.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780823278077 20171017
Green Library
1 online resource (264 pages) : illustrations (some color), photographs
A handbook on the design and the planning of libraries - a particularly prestigious design task that underwent significant changes in recent years. Comprehensive contributions by experts from architecture and library science analyze specific aspects of the building type; a typology of some 40 exemplary international projects provides inspiration and a range of options.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783034608275 20170502
1 online resource.
  • Front Cover; Teaching to Individual Differences in Science and Engineering Librarianship: Adapting Library Instruction to Learning ...; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Structure of the Book; References; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Individual Differences; 1.1 Definitions of Individual Differences; 1.2 Importance of Learning Styles and Personality Characteristics; 1.2.1 Learning Styles; 1.2.2 Personality Characteristics; 1.3 Alignment Between Learning Styles, Personality, Degrees, and Careers; 1.3.1 Holland; 1.3.2 Kolb; 1.3.3 Retention in College Major and Personality
  • 1.3.4 Accentuation of Learning Styles Within College Majors1.3.5 Choice of Career and Personality Traits; 1.3.6 Changes in Personality Traits; 1.3.7 Changes in Learning Styles in Careers; 1.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 2: Learning Styles; 2.1 Definition of Learning Styles; 2.2 Why I Chose the Kolb Model for This Book; 2.3 The Kolb Learning Styles Cycle; 2.4 Instructional Design Examples Using the Kolb Learning Styles Framework; 2.4.1 Teamwork; 2.4.2 Design Courses and Internships; 2.4.3 Specific Engineering Topics; 2.5 Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: Personality Frameworks
  • 3.1 Definition of Personality3.2 Relationships Between Personality and Teaching and Learning; 3.2.1 Instructor Classroom Behavior; 3.2.2 Course Evaluations; 3.2.3 Student Engagement; 3.2.4 Student Participation; 3.2.5 Student Self-Regulation; 3.3 The 16PF and Big Five/Narrow Personality Frameworks; 3.3.1 The 16PF; 3.3.2 The Big Five/Narrow Trait Framework (Personal Style Inventory); 3.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Personality Traits and Learning Styles of Librarians, Scientists, and Engineers; 4.1 16PF Results; 4.2 Personal Style Inventory; 4.3 Kolb Learning Styles
  • 4.4 Connecting With Diverse Audiences4.4.1 International Students; Personality Characteristics; Learning Styles; Other Factors; 4.4.2 Gender; Personality Characteristics; Learning Styles; 4.4.3 US Racial Groups; 4.4.4 Forming a Connection With a Range of Students; 4.5 Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: The Matching Approach; 5.1 The Well-Balanced Approach; 5.1.1 Variety; 5.1.2 Diversity; 5.1.3 Holism; 5.2 The Stereotypical Profile Approach; 5.3 Adapting to Informally Assessed Student Characteristics
  • 5.4 Studies Supporting Matching to Personality Characteristics5.5 Studies Supporting Matching to Kolb Learning Styles; 5.6 Methods of Matching to Individual Characteristics; 5.7 Conclusion; References; Chapter 6: Reasons for Not Matching Instruction to Individual Differences; 6.1 Evidence Against Effectiveness of Teaching to Learning Styles; 6.2 Challenging the Student to Become More Well-Rounded; 6.3 Nonmatching as an Impetus to Improve Teaching; 6.4 Subject Matter Characteristics; 6.5 Guiding Questions About Matching to Subject Matter; 6.5.1 Learning Styles; 6.5.2 Personality
xiv, 84 pages ; 23 cm.
  • 1. What Is Leadership? What Is Toxic Leadership? 2. How to Acknowledge Toxic Leadership's Presence 3. What to Do About Toxic Leadership? 4. Regaining Control of the Library 5. Healing for the Organization Free of Toxic Leaders 6. Cases.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780081006375 20170508
Academic Libraries and Toxic Leadership examines a phenomenon that has yet to be seriously explored. While other so-called feminized professions, such as nursing, have been studied for their tendency to create toxic leadership environments, thus far academic librarianship has not. This book focuses on how to identify a toxic leader in an academic library setting, how to address toxic leadership, and how to work toward eradicating it from the organization. In addition, it discusses which steps can be used to prevent libraries from hiring toxic leaders.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780081006375 20170508
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1 online resource (390 pages) : illustrations.
  • The China Academic Library and Information System (CALIS) / Xiaoxia Yao, Qiang Zhu, Juanjuan Liu
  • The China Academic Digital Associative Library (CADAL) / Chen Huang, Helen F. Xue
  • The China Academic Social Sciences and Humanities Library (CASHL) / Zhiying Guan, Jingjing Wang
  • Development of innovative user services / Long Xiao, Yaqiong Liu
  • The practice of outreach services in Chinese special libraries / Xiaoping Xin, Xinnian Wu
  • Scholarly learning commons / Jin Chen [and 4 others]
  • Library buildings on new campuses / Jianxin Gu
  • The construction and development of the Academic Digital Library of Chinese Ancient Collections / Xiao Long, Boyue Yao
  • Digital libraries in the western region of China / Yongzhong Sha, Wenjing Hu, Wei Guo
  • The construction and development of academic library digital special subject databases / Yan Rao, Yaolei Zhang
  • Research data management: models, challenges, and actions / Yuhong Cui
  • Technology innovations in academic libraries in China / Wu Chen, Fei Yao, Airong Jiang
  • Library and information science education and graduate programs in academic libraries / Lyu Na
  • Research initiatives and projects in academic libraries / Yafang Fan, Xuejuan Zhang, Guisu Li
  • A bibliometric analysis of research and services in Chinese academic libraries / Suoling Zhu, Wen Shi
  • Leadership development and career planning / Jing Guo, Hao Zhang, Yijun Zong
  • Assessment and evaluation of academic libraries in China / Qiong Tang, Yin Xie, Rina Su
  • The trends of Chinese-American library relations / Lian Ruan, Li Fu
  • Resource sharing and mutually beneficial cooperation: a look at the new united model in public and college libraries / Qi Yin [and 3 others].
As the Chinese economy develops, academic libraries continue to evolve and provide indispensable services for their users. Throughout this growth, the scientific and cultural dialogue between China and the United States has made it necessary for each country's libraries to understand each other. Academic libraries often act as catalysts for progress and innovation; proper management and applications of these resources is key to promote further research. Academic Library Development and Administration in China provides a resource to promote Sino-U.S. communication and collaboration between their academic libraries. In considering the relationship between China and the West, this publication serves as a timely reflection on the expanding global field of information science. This publication is intended for librarians, researchers, university administrators, and information scientists in both the U.S. and China.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781522505501 20161213
xiv, 132 pages ; 23 cm
  • Acquisitions : an overview
  • Assemblages of access
  • Assemblages of discovery
  • Assemblages of feedback and service
  • The acquisitions assemblage : putting it all together.
"As a discipline, acquisitions encompasses everything from purchasing and budgeting to enabling access to materials; and every format from books, monographs, and serials to e-books, subscription-based electronic resources, and beyond. In this guide, Holden boils it to down to its essentials while providing a strategic framework that introduces and integrates all aspects of acquisitions. Using a holistic, hands-on approach that�s as useful for working librarians as for those studying the profession, this book provides an overview of acquisitions as a library profession, with a discussion of basic competencies, notions of ethics, and the organizing principle of “assemblage”; lays out a robust conceptual framework that unifies disparate aspects of acquisitions work and synthesizes its practical aspects; thoroughly examines content acquisitions in all formats, with an in-depth look at digital materials; covers such important trends as the rise of e-books, the ramifications of mobile devices as a mode of content access and interaction, demand-driven acquisition, and shifting expectations regarding paid-for content; tracks advancements in technology, including the widespread implementation of discovery services for content searching; underscores the responsive service component of acquisitions as informed by user expectations, community feedback, and usage standards such as COUNTER and SUSHI; addresses budgetary issues such as changes in services offered by vendors and subscription agents, and the emergence of a “new normal” for budget constraints and expectations resulting from the recession; and looks ahead to what anticipated changes to acquisitions means for the future Presenting a model that�s both comprehensive and flexible, Holden demonstrates how technical competencies and ethical imperatives can inform the day-to-day workflow of acquisition librarians"--Publisher's website.
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1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations.
7 volumes ; 24 cm
  • al-Miḥwar al-awwal. Miḥwar al-fiqh wa-al-qanūn wa-al-thaqāfah al-Islāmīyah
  • al-miḥwar al-thānī. Miḥwar qaḍāyā fikrīyah
  • al-miḥwar al-thātith. Miḥwar qaḍāyā falsafīyah
  • al-miḥwar al-rābiʻ. Miḥwar qaḍāyā siyāsīyah
  • al-miḥwar al-khāmis. Miḥwar qaḍāyā ijtimāʻīyah
  • al-miḥwar al-sādis. Miḥwar al-thaqāfah al-tārīkhīyah
  • al-miḥwar al-sābiʻ. Miḥwar al-adab.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xv, 248 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Green Library
56 pages : chiefly illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 x 29 cm
A photo book to celebrate Lois Drews' service to the library on the occasion of her retirement.
Law Library (Crown)
xiv, 336 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction List of Images Abbreviations 1 The De bibliothecis of Justus Lipsius 1.1 The significance of the De bibliothecis 1.2 The Need for a New Edition of Lipsius's De bibliothecis 2 Lipsius Proteus: The Career of a Scholar in an Age of Strife 3 Library Historiography before Lipsius 3.1 Manuals and Legends: Library Historiography in the Ancient World 3.2 Isidore of Seville: Literary Materiality and Literary Tradition in the Monastic World 3.3 Library Historiography and the Humanists 3.3.1 Francesco Petrarch 3.3.2 Michael Neander 3.3.3 Fulvio Orsini and Melchior Guilandinus 3.3.4 Library Historiography and Religious Authority 3.4 Library Historiography and Vatican Frescoes: Rocca and Lipsius 4 The De bibliothecis: Title, Structure, and Purpose 4.1 A Note on the Title of the De bibliothecis 4.2 Structure and Purpose of the De bibliothecis Table 4.2: Chapter Outline of the De bibliothecis 5 Lipsius and his Sources 5.1 Ancient Sources Table 5.1: Ancient Sources 5.2 Contemporary Sources 6 Print History 6.1 Latin Editions of the De bibliothecis Table 6.1: List of Latin Editions of the De bibliothecis 6.2 Translations of the De bibliothecis Table 6.2: List of Translations of the De bibliothecis 7 Editorial Principles 7.1 The Text 7.2 Orthography 7.3 Accents and Punctuation in Lipsius's Latin 8 A Note on the Commentary De bibliothecis: Text and Translation De bibliothecis: Commentary Works Cited by Author and Date Index List of Images Figure 1: Title Page of the (1602) First Edition of the DB (digitized by Google Books) Figure 2: Relationships between the DB editions Figure 3: Ozymandias Fresco from the Vatican Library (photo: author) Figure 4: The Serapeum in the Roman Period (McKenzie 2007, figure 350-- courtesy of Judith McKenzie) Figure 5: Hadrian's Library in Athens (Sisson 1929, plate 21) Figure 6: Rooms Traditionally Identified as Pergamene Royal Library (Bohn 1885, table 3) Figure 7: Octavia's Portico (courtesy of Wikimedia Commons: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Plan_portique_octavie.pn g (last access 30.7.16)) Figure 8: The Library of Palatine Apollo in the Augustan Era (Iacopi and Tedone 2005/6, table 8-- courtesy of the Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma) Figure 9: Twin Halls of the Post-Domitianic Palatine Apollo Library (De Gregori 1937, figure 5) Figure 10: Inscription of Antiochus, a bibliotheca latina Apollinis, from Orsini's Imagines (digitized by Google Books) Figure 11: Inscription of Julius Falyx, a bibliotheca graeca palat., from Orsini's Imagines (digitized by Google Books) Figure 12: Map of Libraries in Ancient Rome (adapted from Wikimedia Commons) Figure 13: Temple of Peace (Meneghini and Valenzani 2007, figure 65-- courtesy of Roberto Meneghini) Figure 14: Trajan's Forum (Meneghini 2002, figure 151-- courtesy of Roberto Meneghini) Figure 15: The Sanctuary of Hercules Victor at Tivoli (Giuliani 2004, table 14-- courtesy of Cairoli Fulvio Giuliani) Figure 16: Pluteus from the Biblioteca Laurenziana (Clark 1901, figure 102).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004338166 20170424
Although many humanists, from Petrarch to Fulvio Orsini, had written briefly about library history, the De bibliothecis of Justus Lipsius was the first self-contained monograph on the topic. The De bibliothecis proved to be a seminal achievement, both in redefining the scope of library history and in articulating a vision of a public, secular, research institution for the humanities. It was repeatedly reprinted and translated, plagiarized and epitomized. Through the end of the nineteenth century, scholars turned to it as the ultimate foundation for any discussion of library history. In Ancient Libraries and Renaissance Humanism, Hendrickson presents a critical edition of Lipsius's work with introductory studies, a Latin text, English translation, and a substantial historical commentary.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004338166 20170424
Green Library
223 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 27 cm
Extensively illustrated with more than 200 examples of the best in contemporary Arabic typography and graphic design, Arabic for Designers is an authoritative guide for designers unfamiliar with Arabic script. Using visual examples and case studies, Mourad Boutros takes the reader through the entire range of graphic design applications - newspaper and television news typefaces, book jacket designs, corporate and brand identity, logotype conversions, advertising, design for print and fine art. The author shows how non-Arabic speaking designers can work with the language and understand and respect its cultural nuances, whilst avoiding the pitfalls and mistakes to which many others have fallen victim. Arabic for Designers demonstrates how designing with Arabic can yield incredibly innovative, beautiful and successful results. Based upon over 40 years' experience of working with an array of corporate and creative clients, Mourad Boutros addresses the rise in global awareness about Arab culture in ways that inform and inspire. This book is an invaluable reference for design students, design professionals, marketeers and anyone interested in Arabic culture and language.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780500519530 20171002
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
2 volumes (1170 pages) : some illustrations ; 29 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xv, 197 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Chapter 1 A Brief History of Arrangement and Description Chapter 2 Performing Arrangement and Description Chapter 3 Introduction to Digital Records Chapter 4 Appraising Digital Records Chapter 5 Accessioning Archival Records Chapter 6 Archival Arrangement of Digital Records Chapter 7 Digital Description Chapter 8 Digital Access to Description and Records Chapter 9 Parting Thoughts Appendices A - Chronology of Technology Changes Impacting Digital Files B - Software Tools for Digital Tasks.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781442279162 20170907
Archival Arrangement and Description: Analog to Digital includes historical background, touches on accessioning, standards, technical appraisal for digital formats, incorporates the OAIS preservation model with processing of digital formats, offers a step-by-step workflow and helpful appendices. It concludes with a future possibility and challenge.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781442279162 20170907
Green Library
xiii, 260 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
viii, 271 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Part I. History
  • A history of things collections : from specialized precursors to present-day diversity / Mark Robison and Lindley Shedd
  • Part II. Things collections in public libraries
  • Measure twice, cut once : a long-lasting tool lending library in Berkeley / Adam Broner
  • Book-a- bike : increasing access to physical activity with a library card / James Hill
  • The LibraryFarm / Jill Youngs
  • Seed libraries : lend a seed, grow a community / René Tanner and Betsy Goodman
  • The real toy story : a toy lending collection / Sue Kirschner
  • Create, share, play : Sacramento's library of things / Michelle Alvarado, Justin Azevedo, and Amy Calhoun
  • Part III. Things collections in academic libraries
  • Technology and small college libraries : trying to be everything to everyone / Brian Burns
  • Providing hands-on teacher preparation : collecting and maintaining curriculum materials / Jennifer Harvey and Rochelle Hunt Krueger
  • Loaning technology and media production equipment / Shelly McCoy
  • Faculty/librarian collaboration in the age of media : building a collection of media services to support the integration of video production into the curriculum / Mitchell Shuldman
  • Going beyond books : lendable technology, interdisciplinary innovation, and the revitalization of an academic library / Tara Radniecki and Patrick "Tod" Colegrove
  • Building game collections in academic libraries : a case study at the University of North Texas / Diane Robson, Sue Parks, and Erin DeWitt Miller
  • Seeing and hearing the world in new ways : VCU's collection of scopes and other instruments / Eric D.M. Johnson
  • Part IV. Special libraries
  • Things collections, Alaska-style : furs, skulls, mounts / Celia Rozen, Helen Woods, and Ed Kazzimir
  • Part V. Best practices
  • Best practices: building your own library of things / Lindley Shedd and Mark Robison
  • Appendix A. General maintenance of hand and electric tools
  • Appendix B. Book-a-bike lending agreement
  • Appendix C. Book-a-bike parental or legal guardian consent
  • Appendix D. Book-a-bike safety inspection checklist
  • Appendix E. Seed return form
  • Appendix F. Draft agreement for housing, maintenance, and circulation of collection of skulls, furs, and bird mounts
  • Appendix G. Catalog information for furs, mounts, and skulls collection
  • Appendix H. Furs, mounts, and skulls collection statement of responsibility.
This inspiring exploration of the range of options for a "library of things" collection demonstrates what has been implemented successfully and offers practical insights regarding these nontraditional projects, from the development of concepts to the everyday realities of maintaining and circulating these collections.* Documents the plan and launch phases of nontraditional collections that will help readers who are entertaining the idea of starting their own "things" project* Explains how these collections support the mission of a library: supporting teaching, serving a unique population (such as small liberal arts colleges), and providing for a community need* Spotlights some of the most frequently cited nontraditional collections, including the Tool Lending Library at Berkeley Public, the Library of Things at Sacramento Public, and the unique holdings of Alaska Resources Library and Information Services (ARLIS)* Presents contributions from both public and academic librarians, representing libraries ranging from the small to the very large.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781440850196 20170807
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232 pages : color illustrations, facsimiles, map ; 29 cm
  • Augsburg Macht Druck
  • Autoren
  • Für Rat und Hilfe danken wir
  • Augsburg Macht Druck
  • Aufsätze
  • Drucken in der Handpressenzeit / Christoph Reske
  • Medienwecksel : die Ablösung des handgeschriebenen Buches durch das gedruckte Buch / Günter Hägele
  • Der Augsburger Buchdruck im 15. Jahrhundert : der Markt und seine Akteure / Hans-Jörg Künast
  • Deutsche Drucke / Klaus Wolf
  • Die Augsburger Drucksprache im 15. und zu Beginn des 16. Jahrhunderts / Martin Behr
  • Buchillustration in Augsburger Inkunabeln / Wolfgang Augustyn
  • Bücher für die Memoria : Erhard Ratdolts Schenkungen an das Karmeliterkloster St. Anna in Augsburg / Helmut Zäh und Karl-Georg Pfändtner
  • Katalog
  • 1 lsidorus Hispalensis : Etymologiae : Augsburg : Günther Zainer, 1472
  • 2 Vincentius Bellovacensis : Speculum historiale : Augsburg : Sankt Ulrich und Afra, 1474
  • 3 Wenzeslaus Brack : Vocabularius rerum : Augsburg : Johann Schönsperger, 1495
  • 4 Jodokus Pflanzmann : Corpus iuris civilis : Libri feudorum, deutsch : Augsburg : Erhard Ratdolt, 1493
  • 5 Ordo iudiciarius, deutsch : Augsburg : Johann Bämler, 1479
  • 6 Eike von Repgow : Eandrecht mit Glosse : Augsburg : Johann Schönsperger für Anna Rüger, 1484
  • 7 Jacobus Publicius : Ars oratoria. : Augsburg : Erhard Ratdolt, 1490
  • 8 Albrecht von Eyb : Ob einem Mann sey zenemmen ein eelich weib oder nit : Augsburg : Johann Bämler, 1474
  • 9 Rodericus Zamorensis : Speculum vitae humanae : Augsburg : Peter Berger, 1488
  • 10 Johann Wonnecke : Gart der Gesundheit : Augsburg : Johann Schönsperger, 1486
  • 11 Deutscher Kalender : Augsburg : Johann Blaubirer, 1483
  • 12 Ortolf von Baierland : Arzneibuch : Augsburg : Anton Sorg, 1488
  • 13 Petrus de Crescentüs : Ruralia commoda : Augsburg : Johann Schüßler, 1471
  • 14 Konrad von Megenberg : Buch der Natur : Augsburg : Anton Sorg, 1482
  • 15 Joseph Grünpeck : Tractatus de pestilentiali scorra sive mala de Franzos : Augsburg : Johann Schaur, 1496
  • 16 Lucidarius, deutsch : Augsburg : Anton Sorg, 1480
  • 17 Robertus de Sancto Remigio : Historia Hierosolymitana, deutsch : Augsburg : Johann Bämler, 1482
  • 18 Die wunderbare Meerfahrt des hl. Brandan : Augsburg : Anton Sorg, um 1476
  • 19 Johannes de Mandeville : ltinerarius, deutsch : Augsburg : Johann Schönsperger, 1482
  • 20 Ablassbrief zum Besten des Kampfes gegen die Türken und der Verteidigung von Rhodos : Augsburg : Jodokus Pflanzmann, um 1480
  • 21 Johannes de Thurocz : Chronica Hungarorum : Augsburg : Erhard Ratdolt für Theobald Feger, 1488
  • 22 Wunderzeichen der Jungfrau Maria in Altötting : Augsburg : Johann Schobser, 1494
  • 23 Von dem Ursprung und Anfang des heiligen Bergs zu Andechs : Augsburg : Johann Bämler, 1473
  • 24 Hans Schiltberger : Reisebuch : Augsburg : Anton Sorg, um 1476-77
  • 25 Ulrich von Richenthal : Concilium zu Costencz : Augsburg : Anton Sorg, 1483
  • 26 Sebastian Brant : das Narrenschiff : Augsburg : Johann Schönsperger, 1494
  • 27 Historia von Herzog Ernst von Bayern und Osterreich : Augsburg : Anton Sorg, um 1476-77
  • 28 Guido de Columna : Historia destructionis Troiae, deutsch von Hans Mair : Augsburg : Johann Schönsperger, 1488
  • 29 Barlaam et Josaphat, deutsch : Augsburg : Günther Zainer, um 1476
  • 30 Gesta Romanorum, deutsch : das Buch von den Geschichten oder geschehen Dingen der Römer : Augsburg : Johann Schobser, 1489
  • 31 Giovanni Boccaccio : Decamerone, deutsch von Arigo : Augsburg : Anton Sorg, 1490
  • 32 Guillelmus Durandus : Rationale divinorum officiorum : Augsburg : Günther Zainer, 1470
  • 33 Johann Geiler von Kaysersberg : der Pilger : Augsburg : Lukas Zeissenmair, 1499
  • 34 Meister Ingold : das guldin spil : Augsburg : Günther Zainer, 1472
  • 35 Die Neue Ehe. : Augsburg : Anton Sorg, 1481
  • 36 Versehung von Leib, Seele, Ehre und Gut : Augsburg : Johann Schobser, 1490
  • 37 Otto von Passau : die vierundzwanzig Alten oder Der goldene Thron : Augsburg : Anton Sorg, 1480
  • 38 Johann Bämler : Buch der Kunst, dadurch der weltlich Mensch mag geistlich werden : Augsburg : Johann Bämler, 1491
  • 39 Heinrich von Sankt Gallen : Passion Christi : Augsburg : Johann Schönsperger, 1490
  • 40 Auslegung der heiligen Messe : Augsburg : Johann Bämler, 1484
  • 41 Speculum humanae salvationis. : Augsburg : St. Ulrich und Afra, 1473
  • 42 Thomas a Kempis : Imitatio Christi, deutsch : Augsburg : Johann Schobser, 1493
  • 43 Johannes Nider : die vierundzwanzig goldenen Harfen : Augsburg : Johann Bämler, 1472
  • 44 Jacobus de Theramo : Belial sive Consolatio peccatorum, deutsch : Augsburg : Johann Schönsperger, 1500
  • 45 Jörg Preining : Spruch von dem Weg zu dem ewigen Leben : Augsburg : Drucker der Sprüche Jörg Preinings, zwischen 1484-1500
  • 46 Der Heiligen Leben : Augsburg : Günther Zainer, 1471-1472
  • 47 Biblia, deutsch : Augsburg : Günther Zainer, um 1475
  • 48 Psalterium cum apparatu vulgari, lateinisch und deutsch : Augsburg : Erhard Ratdolt, 1494
  • 49 Hyginius von den zwölf Zeichen und sechsunddreißig Bildern des Himmels : Augsburg : Erhard Ratdolt, 1491
  • 50 Obsequiale Augustense : Augsburg : Erhard Ratdolt, 1487
  • 51 Vigiliae maiores minoresque mortuorum : Augsburg : Erhard Ratdolt, 1491
  • 52 Conradus Celtis : Panegyris ad duces Bavariae (Epigr. V 3) : Augsburg : Erhard Ratdolt, 1492
  • 53 Albumasar : Elores astrologiae : Augsburg : Erhard Ratdolt, 1488
  • 54 Johannes Angeli : Astrolabium planum in tabulis ascendens : Augsburg : Erhard Ratdolt, 1488
  • 55 Breviarium Augustanum. Pars hiemalis : Augsburg : Erhard Ratdolt, 1493
  • 56 Breviarium Augustanum. Pars aestivalis : Augsburg : Erhard Ratdolt, 1493
  • 57 Gebet- und Stundenbuch : Augsburg : Günther Zainer, 1471
  • Anhang
  • Abkürzungsverzeichnis
  • Bibliografie
  • Abbildungsnachweis.
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