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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
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
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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)
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: 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
2 volumes (1170 pages) : some illustrations ; 29 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
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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.
Green Library
199 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
  • Privileged beginnings
  • Joan and Barney
  • The young publisher
  • A radical anomaly
  • The stalking horse
  • Adventures with the hooded cobra
  • Riding the gales of the sixties
  • A murder story : some stolen fingerprints
  • Decline and fall
  • "Who is the CEO of Grove"?
"An incisive, compulsively readable biography of the man the Guardian called "the most influential avant-garde publisher of the twentieth century." An impetuous outsider who delighted in confronting American hypocrisy and prudery, Barney Rosset liberated American culture from the constraints of Puritanism. As the head of Grove Press, he single-handedly broke down the laws against obscenity, changing forever the nature of writing and publishing in this country. He brought to the reading public the European avant-garde, among them Samuel Beckett and Harold Pinter, radical political and literary voices such as Malcolm X, Che Guevara, and Jack Kerouac, steamy Victorian erotica, and banned writers such as D. H. Lawrence, Henry Miller, and William Burroughs. His almost mystical belief in the sacrosanct nature of the First Amendment essentially demarcates the before and after of American publishing. Barney explores how Grove's landmark legal victories freed publishers to print what they wanted, and it traces Grove's central role in the countercultural ferment of the sixties and early seventies. Drawing on the Rosset papers at Columbia University and personal interviews with former Grove Press staff members, friends, and wives, it tells the fascinating story of this feisty, abrasive, visionary, and principled cultural revolutionary--a modern "Huckleberry Finn" according to Nobel Prize-winning novelist Kenzaburo Oe--who altered the reading habits of a nation"-- Provided by publisher.
Green Library
1 streaming video file (52 min.) : digital, sound, color
Explores the phenomenon of bestseller books, taking a look at the reasons why certain books become bestsellers and how the publishing industry functions on a worldwide scale. Includes comments from publishers, literary agents, and bestselling authors including Mary Higgins Clark, P.D. James, Ken Follett, Marc Levy, and Francıois Weyergans.
350 pages : portrait, facsimiles ; 24 cm.
"L'oeuvre de Paul Thiry d'Holbach (1723-1789) est à la pointe du radicalisme philosophique des Lumières. Diffusée d'abord clandestinement (la plupart des livres furent imprimés aux Pays-Bas), sa pensée connut malgré les condamnations, une large diffusion. Les rééditions et traductions en témoignent fort tôt. Sous la Révolution les éditions se multiplient pour diminuer sous l'Empire et la Restauration. Depuis 1830, le torrent reprend son cours. Il est malaisé de s'y retrouver parmi les productions anciennes, qui atteignent des prix élevés. Devenue rare, coûteuse, la Bibliographie de 1971 est dépassée. Ce travail a été complètement revu et surtout augmenté. La présente édition conviendra au libraire, au chercheur, et au curieux soucieux de mieux connaître une pensée souvent originale, diverse et radicale."--Page 4 of cover.
Green Library
242 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm
  • Salmon fishing : Norway
  • Salmon fishing : England, Scotland, Ireland
  • Salmon fishing : Canada
  • Salmon clubs
  • Books with actual flies in them
  • Photograph albums
  • Manuscripts, proofs, and journals
  • Miscellany.
A distinguished antiquarian bookseller, Wood has been pursuing these fish for decades, and has what is probably the most extensive collection in private hands. For this selective bibliography he has chosen 230 of the most interesting titles (some of them so rare that they might be encountered only once in a lifetime) and arranged them by country and date. All titles are illustrated. What makes this a real pleasure is the knowledge he brings to bearnot only as a bookman, but also as a reader and a fisherman.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781567924589 20170515
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
185 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Le contexte et les enjeux -- La bibliothèque, lieu physique ou virtuel? -- Temps longs, temps courts -- Des bibliothèques peu visibles sur le Web, pourquoi ? -- Le Web: plus de vingt-cinq ans d'évolution -- Réseaux sociaux : la nouvelle vague -- Le chatbot va-t-il ringardiser le site Web? -- Le "design Web" sera "responsive" ou ne sera pas -- Le "design thinking": l'humain d'abord -- Numérique versus imprimé ? -- De nouveaux usages de l'information et du savoir -- Personnalisation et mutualisation -- Quels sites culturels pour la génération "qui ne voulait plus posséder" -- Des interfaces toujours plus simples et intuitives -- L'économie de l'attention et de la confiance -- Quelles ressources valoriser et rendre visibles ? -- Les ouvrages imprimés -- Les e-books -- Les ressources patrimoniales -- Les ressources du Web -- Les contenus produits par la bibliothèque -- Les ressources multimédias -- Les données de la recherche -- La vie de la bibliothèque -- Disséminer la bibliothèque, toucher et fidéliser de nouveaux publics -- Facebook ou la force des communautés -- Twitter : le pouvoir du temps réel -- La viralité des images : Instagram, Pinterest et autres Snapchat -- Plateformes vidéo: du "booktubing" au "storytelling" -- Les réseaux sociaux littéraires : vers une lecture "sociale"? -- Blogs, Tumblr ou webmagazines? -- Wikipédia et les bibliothèques : je t'aime moi non plus -- La communication "multicanal" et l'engagement -- Rendre les catalogues de bibliothèques plus visibles sur le Web -- Les secrets bien gardés du référencement naturel -- Pourquoi les catalogues de bibliothèques sont-ils aussi peu visibles sur le Web? -- Inscrire les catalogues dans le Web de données -- Transition bibliographique et nouveaux modèles pour les catalogues -- QR-codes : augmentons la bibliothèque -- De nouveaux chemins pour accéder aux ressources -- Quelle présence pour les bibliothèques numériques ? -- Valoriser les e-books et les rendre plus visibles -- À l'heure du "mobile first", les applis de bibliothèques -- Fils d'infos personnalisés, newsletters et autres notifications -- Des signets aux sitothèques -- Expositions virtuelles : valoriser l'immatériel -- Exposer et recommander la musique : playlists et moteurs de recommandation -- "Crowdsourcing" et réseaux d'échanges de compétences -- Analyser et filtrer la surabondance -- Quel type de veille pour les bibliothèques ? -- Curation de contenus et "bookmarking social" : les filtres humains -- "Big data", "open data" et "data mining" -- Une organisation souple et évolutive -- Trois scénarios emblématiques -- Bonnes pratiques... avant de se lancer -- Bonnes pratiques... pour faire vivre le projet -- Bonnes pratiques... pour évaluer le projet -- Dix facteurs de réussite pour le projet -- Dix facteurs de risques et freins aux projets -- Quelques repères juridiques -- Huit compétences pour l'avenir.
"Le Web est aux bibliothèques qui savent tirer parti de sa richesse et de sa diversité, au service de publics toujours plus connectés. Au cours de ces dernières années marquées par la dématérialisation des supports, la question de l'évolution des bibliothèques s'est souvent traduite en termes de "lieux" conviviaux et adaptés aux nombreux usages des différents publics. Mais qu'en est-il de la présence, de l'offre de services et de la visibilité des bibliothèques sur le Web ? Le Web de la fin des années 2010 est multimédia et accessible en temps réel. Il permet de relier des personnes, des documents, des données, et même des objets. Il offre de nombreuses opportunités pour les bibliothèques, quelle que soit leur nature. A l'heure de la mobilité et des plateformes collaboratives, à l'heure de la "génération qui ne veut pas posséder", à l'heure des données ouvertes et de plus en plus massives, de nombreux enjeux se font jour. Au-delà des étiquettes "Web 2.0", "Web 3.0", ou encore "Web des objets", il s'agit pour les bibliothécaires d'utiliser celui-ci pour y inscrire la bibliothèque, ses ressources et ses services, afin d'attirer et de fidéliser de nouveaux publics, de renforcer les liens avec et entre les usagers, de créer de nouveaux services, et plus globalement de faire rayonner l'offre de la bibliothèque et la compétence de ses équipes. Cet ouvrage s'adresse à tous les professionnels des bibliothèques et décrit d'un point de vue très opérationnel les différents moyens de répondre à ces enjeux cruciaux. Chaque chapitre est consacré à un thème spécifique : créer et gérer des communautés via les médias sociaux (de Facebook à Pinterest, en passant par YouTube); augmenter la visibilité des catalogues et des bibliothèques numériques grâce aux nouveaux modèles de catalogage et aux principes du référencement naturel ; valoriser et disséminer les ressources électroniques, notamment à travers la visibilité des livres numériques et le développement d'applications ; analyser et filtrer la surabondance informationnelle grâce à la veille, la curation et en s'appuyant sur les humanités numériques... Chacun des nombreux canaux, méthodes ou services présentés fait l'objet d'une description détaillée, illustrée par des exemples concrets et des bonnes pratiques. La question des compétences nécessaires, ainsi que les aspects juridiques et organisationnels sont également évoqués."--Page 4 of cover.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
243 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Green Library
volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
Special Collections

19. Books for living [2016]

272 pages ; 21 cm
  • The importance of living : slowing down
  • Stuart Little : searching
  • The girl on the train : trusting
  • The Odyssey : embracing mediocrity
  • What I talk about when I talk about running : napping
  • Giovanni's room : connecting
  • David Copperfield : remembering
  • Wonder : choosing kindness
  • Lateral thinking : solving problems
  • Gift from the sea : recharging
  • The taste of country cooking : nourishing
  • "Bartleby, the scrivener" : quitting
  • The gifts of the body : losing
  • The little prince : finding friends
  • 1984 : disconnecting
  • Epitaph of a small winner : overcoming boredom
  • Zen in the art of archery : mastering the art of reading
  • Song of Solomon : admiring greatness
  • A little life : hugging
  • Bird by bird : feeling sensitive
  • Rebecca : betraying
  • Reading Lolita in Tehran : choosing your life
  • "More, more, more, " said the baby : staying satisfied
  • A journey around my room : traveling
  • Death be not proud : praying
  • What the living do : living
  • A final word.
"For Will Schwalbe, reading is a way to entertain himself but also to make sense of the world, to become a better person, and to find the answers to the big (and small) questions about how to live his life. In this delightful celebration of reading, Schwalbe invites us along on his quest for books that speak to the specific challenges of living in our modern world, with all its noise and distractions.'"-- Provided by publisher.
Green Library
xx, 229 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • * Chapter 1: Materiality* Reading Books* Bibliography* Making Printed Books* Typography* Chapter 2: Textuality* Whose been tampering with my text?* Copy-text* Variants* Authorial Intentions* Textual Pluralism* Chapter 3: Printing and Reading* Print and the Book* The Impact of Print* Models for Book History* Print Economies* Controlling Print / Controlling Reading* Methods for a History of Reading* Chapter 4: Intermediality* Models of Intermediality* Orality and Writing* Manuscript and Print* Text and Image* Chapter 5: New Media, New Materiality*(Hyper)textuality* Digital Printing and Screen Reading* Reading, Knowledge, and the Digital Turn* Works cited* Chronology* Glossary* Further Reading.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781554810871 20170731
For over five hundred years in the West, a particular form of the book-the printed codex-has been woven into the fabric of our lives. It has been the default medium for publicly circulating information and entertainment, and has structured the work, leisure and religious devotion of countless people. Now, as the cultural centrality of the printed book is challenged, we are prompted to reassess its value and its place in the history of media change. Readable but rooted in current scholarship, this introductory guide to book history tries not to privilege any one disciplinary perspective or historical period. Rather, the guide and its accompanying anthology aim to help the reader to find his or her bearings within the field, and to provide a map with which to navigate book history more widely.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781554810871 20170731
Green Library