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S552 Bibliography Presentation: Joint/Shared Academic/Public Libraries
Transcript of S552 Bibliography Presentation: Joint/Shared Academic/Public Libraries
Elizabeth N. Johnson
S552 Academic Library Management
Fall 2010 User Trends
Antell, K. (2004). Why do college students use public libraries? Reference &User Services Quarterly, 43, 3, 227-36.
Barsun, R. (2002). It’s my library, too, isn’t it? Journal of Library Administration, 37, 1, 59-82.
Holba-Puacz, J. & Bradfield, C. (2006). Helping today’s students at the public library. Indiana Libraries, 25, 4, 46-57.
Weber, L. & Lawrence, P. (2010). Authentication and access: Accommodating public users in an academic world. Information Technology & Libraries, 29, 3, 128-140. Programs and Partnerships
Gillis, S. & Totten, J. (2006). Creating lifelong learning opportunities through partnership: A 30-year success story. Feliciter, 52, 6, 244-6.
Johnson, C.P., Brodeen, G., Humeston, H., & McGee, R. (2001). Collaboration generates synergy: Saint Paul Pubic Library, the College of St. Catherine, and the “Family Place” program. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 41, 1, 19-23.
Lawton, J. R. & Lawton, H. B. (2009). Public-Academic library collaboration: A case study of an instructional house and property history research program for the public. The American Archivist, 72, 2, 496-514.
Paladino, P. H. (1999). Getting more for your money [shared library of Montrose Library District and Mesa State College]. Colorado Libraries, 25, 2, 29-32. Existing Joint Public/Academic Libraries
Breivik, P.S., Budd, L., & Woods, R.F. (2005). We’re married! The rewards and challenges of joint libraries. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 31, 5, 401-8.
Conaway, P. (2000). One reference service for everyone? Library Journal, 125, 12, 42-4.
Heezen, R. R. (2000). A history of cooperation: Omaha Public Library and Metropolitan Community College as a case study. Nebraska Library Association Quarterly, 31, 2, 15-16.
Hunt, C. & Tuñón, J. (2002). Partnerships: The wave of today. Public Libraries, 41, 6, 315-6. Questions?