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Digital Rights Management

Digital Rights Management Author Catherine A. Lemmer
ISBN-10 9781442263765
Release 2016-09-02
Pages 224
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This guide explores the critical issues and challenges faced by librarians. You will understand: the digital content rights protection scheme; the various DRM technologies and how they are used; how to use authentication and authorization standards, strategies, and technologies; and, the privacy and security issues related to DRM.



The Medical Library Association Guide to Data Management for Librarians

The Medical Library Association Guide to Data Management for Librarians Author Lisa Federer
ISBN-10 9781442264281
Release 2016-09-15
Pages 242
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Technological advances and the rise of collaborative, interdisciplinary approaches have changed the practice of research. The 21st century researcher not only faces the challenge of managing increasingly complex datasets, but also new data sharing requirements from funders and journals. Success in today’s research enterprise requires an understanding of how to work effectively with data, yet most researchers have never had any formal training in data management. Libraries have begun developing services and programs to help researchers meet the demands of the data-driven research enterprise, giving librarians exciting new opportunities to use their expertise and skills. The Medical Library Association Guide to Data Management for Librarians highlights the many ways that librarians are addressing researchers’ changing needs at a variety of institutions, including academic, hospital, and government libraries. Each chapter ends with “pearls of wisdom,” a bulleted list of 5-10 takeaway messages from the chapter that will help readers quickly put the ideas from the chapter into practice. From theoretical foundations to practical applications, this book provides a background for librarians who are new to data management as well as new ideas and approaches for experienced data librarians.



Becoming a Powerhouse Librarian

Becoming a Powerhouse Librarian Author Jamie M. Gray
ISBN-10 9781442278707
Release 2017-01-31
Pages 170
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Becoming a Powerhouse Librarian: How to Get Things Done Right the First Time will help you recognize and implement specific behaviors and actions librarians use to successfully drive projects forward, institute new services or revamp old ones, and establish key relationships both inside and outside of the library. Each behavior or trait covered can be either developed or strengthened within an individual or team. The book features practical tips to build skills in each topic area. Examples of topics found in this book include: lifelong learning, risk-taking, creativity, identifying and leveraging stakeholders, creating balance, knowing when to lead and when to follow, handling setbacks and avoiding burnout. Each chapter includes: • A basic description of the behavior and why it is important for success • Overview of core building blocks/elements necessary within each chapter (ex. engaging external stakeholders vs. internal stakeholders) • Examples of actions that readers can take (ex. establishing agreed upon language everyone can understand) • Sidebar of 5 good and bad habits that can impact success • Personal anecdotes from working librarians Whether you're just beginning your library career or you're a seasoned professional, Becoming a Powerhouse Librarian is sure to have something for you!



The Medical Library Association Guide to Managing Health Care Libraries

The Medical Library Association Guide to Managing Health Care Libraries Author Ruth Holst
ISBN-10 UOM:39015049654562
Release 2000-01
Pages 371
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Many hospitals and health care organizations that were independent, freestanding institutions are now part of large health systems that deliver patient care in a variety of inpatient, ambulatory, and community settings. Vast changes in the U.S. health care system are reshaping how librarians provide services to physicians and other patient caregivers, as well as to medical and allied health sciences students and faculty. Twenty one experts have contributed to this groundbreaking text. Their individual chapters offer specific, practical advice on administrative issues, planning and marketing, financial management, space planning, collection development, cataloging and classification, document delivery, audiovisual services -- every aspect of managing today's ever-changing health care library. Required reading for any librarian offering health care information to professionals, faculty, or consumers.



Assembling the Pieces of a Systematic Review

Assembling the Pieces of a Systematic Review Author Margaret J. Foster
ISBN-10 9781442277021
Release 2017-03-03
Pages 242
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Here is a complete guide for librarians seeking to launch or refine their systematic review services. Conducting searches for systematic reviews goes beyond expert searching and requires an understanding of the entire process of the systematic review. Just as expert searching is not fully mastered by the end of a library degree, mastering the systematic review process takes a great deal of time and practice. Attending workshops and webinars can introduce the topic, but application of the knowledge through practice is required. Running a systematic review service is complicated and requires constant updating and evaluation with new standards, more efficient methods, and improved reporting guidelines. After a brief introduction to systematic reviews, the book guides librarians in defining and marketing their services, covering topics such as when it is appropriate to ask for co-authorship and how to reach out to stakeholders. Next, it addresses developing documentation and conducting the reference interview. Standards specific to systematic reviews, including PRISMA, Institute of Medicine, and Cochrane Collaboration, are discussed. Search strategy techniques, including choosing databases, harvesting search terms, selecting filters, and searching for grey literature are detailed. Data management and critical appraisal are covered in detail. Finally, the best practices for reporting the findings of systematic reviews are highlighted. Experts with experience in both systematic reviews and librarianship, including the editors of the book, contributed to the chapters. Each step (or piece) of the review process (Planning the review, Identifying the studies, Evaluating studies, Collecting and combining data, Explaining the results, and Summarizing the review into a report), are covered with emphasis on information roles. The book is for any librarian interested in conducting reviews or assisting others with reviews. It has several applications: for training librarians new to systematic reviews, for those developing a new systematic review service, for those wanting to establish protocols for a current service, and as a reference for those conducting reviews or running a service. Participating in systematic reviews is a new frontier of librarianship, in which librarians can truly become research partners with our patrons, instead of merely providing access to resources and services.



Building and Managing E book Collections

Building and Managing E book Collections Author Richard Kaplan
ISBN-10 9781555707767
Release 2012
Pages 197
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This book provides an overview and analysis of current and emerging trends of the use and development of the e-book. Readers will learn best practices to guide them in developing library policies and procedures involving the acquisition, purchase, collection development, cataloguing and retention of e-books.



The Invisible Librarian

The Invisible Librarian Author Aoife Lawton
ISBN-10 9780081001745
Release 2015-11-03
Pages 478
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The Invisible Librarian: A Librarian's Guide to Increasing Visibility and Impact provides insights into what many librarians are feeling, including questions such as "do they feel invisible?" and "How many times have they heard somebody say ‘but everything is on the Internet’?" If you are a librarian struggling to find the best strategy for the future of the profession in a rapidly changing information environment, this book is for you. People don’t realize that librarians make information available and not just by search engine. This book will make people think differently about librarians, making a case for their value and impact that is compelling, convincing, and credible. Given their versatility and knowledge, now is the time for librarians to become champions of the information age as they improve the visibility and impact of libraries to readers, to stakeholders, and in society. By the end of the book, librarians will have a Visibility Improvement Plan to guarantee future success. Provides strategies that librarians can use to raise their visibility Presents how successful librarians have made a positive impact Covers new techniques that measure current visibility amongst readers and key stakeholders Includes key guidance on how to implement a 10-step Visibility Improvement Plan



Data Management

Data Management Author Margaret E. Henderson
ISBN-10 9781442264397
Release 2016-10-25
Pages 214
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Libraries organize information and data is information, so it is natural that librarians should help people who need to find, organize, use, or store data. Organizations need evidence for decision making; data provides that evidence. Inventors and creators build upon data collected by others. All around us, people need data. Librarians can help increase the relevance of their library to the research and education mission of their institution by learning more about data and how to manage it. Data Management will guide readers through: Understanding data management basics and best practices. Using the reference interview to help with data management Writing data management plans for grants. Starting and growing a data management service. Finding collaborators inside and outside the library. Collecting and using data in different disciplines.



Developing Librarian Competencies for the Digital Age

Developing Librarian Competencies for the Digital Age Author Jeffrey G. Coghill
ISBN-10 9781442264458
Release 2016-11-29
Pages 180
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Developing Librarian Competencies for the Digital Age identifies specific digital skills needed for success, ways of developing those skills, and ways of assessing them. This book identifies the crux of what it means to a librarian in the 21st century for library professionals at any stage in their career in any library setting.



Translating Expertise

Translating Expertise Author Marisa L. Conte
ISBN-10 1442262672
Release 2016-02-16
Pages 280
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Translating Expertise: The Librarian s Role in Translational Research demystifies translational research by providing a comprehensive historical background and context on the CTSA program, including the impact of funding reductions and administrative changes. The highlight of the book are case studies by librarians from CTSA Consortium institutions. These case studies, including successes, challenges, and lessons learned, will detail specific routes to librarian involvement in translational research, including collection development, creating and maintaining relationships with researchers and administrators, instruction and training, data management, team science and more. The variety of case studies, including challenges and lessons learned, will help libraries that are looking for ways to engage the translational research audiences at their institutions, or those who currently work with CTS but face new challenges due to declining federal research funds, shifting institutional priorities, or other factors."



Engaging Privacy and Information Technology in a Digital Age

Engaging Privacy and Information Technology in a Digital Age Author Committee on Privacy in the Information Age
ISBN-10 9780309103923
Release 2007-06-28
Pages 452
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Privacy is a growing concern in the United States and around the world. The spread of the Internet and the seemingly boundaryless options for collecting, saving, sharing, and comparing information trigger consumer worries. Online practices of business and government agencies may present new ways to compromise privacy, and e-commerce and technologies that make a wide range of personal information available to anyone with a Web browser only begin to hint at the possibilities for inappropriate or unwarranted intrusion into our personal lives. Engaging Privacy and Information Technology in a Digital Age presents a comprehensive and multidisciplinary examination of privacy in the information age. It explores such important concepts as how the threats to privacy evolving, how can privacy be protected and how society can balance the interests of individuals, businesses and government in ways that promote privacy reasonably and effectively? This book seeks to raise awareness of the web of connectedness among the actions one takes and the privacy policies that are enacted, and provides a variety of tools and concepts with which debates over privacy can be more fruitfully engaged. Engaging Privacy and Information Technology in a Digital Age focuses on three major components affecting notions, perceptions, and expectations of privacy: technological change, societal shifts, and circumstantial discontinuities. This book will be of special interest to anyone interested in understanding why privacy issues are often so intractable.



Answering consumer health questions

Answering consumer health questions Author Michele Spatz
ISBN-10 1555706320
Release 2008-01
Pages 142
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Answering consumer health questions has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Answering consumer health questions also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Answering consumer health questions book for free.



Guide for the Development and Management of Nursing Libraries and Information Resources

Guide for the Development and Management of Nursing Libraries and Information Resources Author Dorothy L. Moore
ISBN-10 0887377297
Release 1997-01-01
Pages 358
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Guide for the Development and Management of Nursing Libraries and Information Resources has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Guide for the Development and Management of Nursing Libraries and Information Resources also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Guide for the Development and Management of Nursing Libraries and Information Resources book for free.



The Medical Library Association Guide to Providing Consumer and Patient Health Information

The Medical Library Association Guide to Providing Consumer and Patient Health Information Author Michele Spatz
ISBN-10 9781442225718
Release 2014-05-01
Pages 240
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Comprised of fifteen chapters written by experienced consumer health librarians, The Medical Library Association Guide to Providing Consumer and Patient Health Information is designed for library and information science graduate students as well as librarians new to health and medical librarianship, regardless of library setting. It is comprehensive in scope, covering all aspects of consumer and patient health and medical information from their humble, grassroots beginnings to the ever-evolving applications of new technology and social media. In between, the mundane aspects of health and medical librarianship, such as needs assessment, costs, budgeting and funding, and staffing are discussed. Adding richness to this discussion are the coverage of more sensitive topics such as patient-friendly technology, ethical issues in providing consumer and patient health information, meeting the needs of diverse populations, and responding to individuals from various cultural backgrounds. No comprehensive picture of consumer and patient health librarianship would be complete without addressing the critical importance of marketing and strategic partnerships; such discussions round out this invaluable guide.



The New OPL Sourcebook

The New OPL Sourcebook Author Judith A. Siess
ISBN-10 1573872415
Release 2006
Pages 427
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This updated and expanded edition of the essential guide for small and one-person libraries (OPLs) covers virtually every key management topic of interest to OPLs. In addition to offering a wealth of practical tips, strategies, and case studies, author Judith Siess takes an international perspective that reflects the growing number of OPL's worldwide. The book's in-depth directory section lists important organizations, publications, vendors and suppliers, discussion lists, and Web sites.



The Small Library Manager s Handbook

The Small Library Manager s Handbook Author Alice Graves
ISBN-10 9781442230149
Release 2014-10-16
Pages 312
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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.



Introduction to Reference Sources in the Health Sciences Sixth Edition

Introduction to Reference Sources in the Health Sciences  Sixth Edition Author Jeffrey T. Huber
ISBN-10 9780838911846
Release 2014
Pages 488
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Prepared in collaboration with the Medical Library Association, this completely updated, revised, and expanded edition lists classic and up-to-the-minute print and electronic resources in the health sciences, helping librarians find the answers that library users seek. Included are electronic versions of traditionally print reference sources, trustworthy electronic-only resources, and resources that library users can access from home or on the go through freely available websites or via library licenses. In this benchmark guide, the authors Include new chapters on health information seeking, point-of-care sources, and global health sources Focus on works that can be considered foundational or essential, in both print and electronic formats Address questions librarians need to consider in developing and maintaining their reference collections When it comes to questions involving the health sciences, this valuable resource will point both library staff and the users they serve in the right direction.