5 edition of Managing change in academic libraries found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Joseph J. Branin, editor.|
|Contributions||Branin, Joseph J.|
|LC Classifications||Z675.U5 M3285 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||96010289|
In , OhioLINK engaged its membership to envision a constellation of platforms and applications that would take the next step beyond “next-generation” commercial integrated library systems (ILS). This paper is the result of that process. The business of higher education, as it relates to libraries, is amid continued and drastic change. Managing collections is now but . Leading Change in Action: Reorganizing an Academic Library Department Using Kotter’s Eight Stage Change Model. The case study uses John Kotter’s eight-stage change process, articulated in his book, Leading Change, as the framework for successfully managing a complex change of this type. The article explains the ways in which Kotter Cited by: 2.
Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it by: Several chapters discuss the Electronic Libraries programme and the TAPin (Training and Awareness Programme in networks) model as examples of how cultural change takes place, particularly in the academic environment; one chapter concentrates exclusively on the characteristics of special libraries.
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Managing Change in Academic Libraries helps academic librarians plan, implement, and manage changes to the fundamental structure of their organizations. It shows readers that in academic libraries the two driving forces behind most change are Cited by: 4.
The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) announces the publication of “Leading Change in Academic Libraries,” edited by Colleen Boff and Catherine Cardwell. Each of the stories of leading and managing change in this collection uses Kotter’s Eight-Stage Process of Creating Major Change as a framework for examining common types of changes across a.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Introduction / Joseph J. Branin --Libraries in an Environment of Change: Changing Roles, Responsibilities, and Perception in the Information Age / Laura K. Probst --Reinventing Alexandria: Managing Change in the Electronic Library / Arthur P.
Young, Thomas A. Peters. Managing ebook Metadata in Academic Libraries: Taming the Tiger tackles the topic of ebooks in academic libraries, a trend that has been welcomed by students, faculty, researchers, and library staff. However, at the same time, the reality of acquiring ebooks, making them discoverable, and managing them presents library staff with many new.
Jennifer A. Bartlett is an assistant professor and the interim associate dean for teaching, learning, and research at the University of Kentucky has worked in academic and public libraries for 20+ years and focuses on public services, access services, and academic library management and administration.
Managing Change in Academic Libraries helps academic librarians plan, implement, and manage changes to the fundamental structure of their organizations. It shows readers that in academic libraries the two driving forces behind most change are economics and technology.
Managing Change in Academic Libraries book. Managing Change in Academic Libraries. DOI link for Managing Change in Academic Libraries. Managing Change in Academic Libraries book. By Joseph Branin. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 11 January Pub. location New : Joseph Branin.
"As technology developes and user needs evolve, many academic libraries discover themselves in a position either adapting and embracing new technology or remaining unchanged and stagnant.A welcome book, then, is Beyond Survival: Managing Academic Libraries in Transition, a companion guide for academic libraries in it, the Cited by: The book is designed to help readers find direction and purpose in working practice.
Show less Managing Change and People in Libraries is designed to help library staff find options and compromises to personnel and management problems associated with the constant changes faced in libraries today.
Purchase Managing Change and People in Libraries - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNMichelle Reale is a professor and access services and outreach librarian at Arcadia books include Inquiry and Research: A Relational Approach in the Classroom, The Indispensable Academic Librarian: Teaching and Collaborating for Change, Mentoring and Managing Students in the Academic Library, Becoming an Embedded Librarian, and Becoming a Reflective.
This revised edition of the Managing Change: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating Change in Libraries is divided into two sections.
“Part I: Managing Change Successfully” contains nine chapters on the change process with a tenth chapter summarizing the fifteen key points of successful change by: "[T]his book address issues relating to rising trends in academic library management.
Starting with a description of the emerging generation of academic library patrons (i.e., the Millenial generation) and Web technology, the essays focus on a range of timely topics -- from a discussion of the change role of the library as a place to an entire section devoted to issues of information Format: Paperback.
Academic libraries work together with other members of their institutional communities to participate in, support, and achieve the educational mission of their institutions by teaching the core competencies of information literacy—the abilities involved in identifying an information need, accessing needed information, evaluating, managing, and applying information, and.
Whether you’re a new academic library director or a goal-minded manager, you can take concrete steps to gain and strengthen the leadership skills necessary for the job. That’s the empowering message of “So You Want to Be an Academic Library Director,” published by ALA Editions, a new collection edited by Colleen S.
Harris which offers critical reflection to illuminate the path ahead. Managing Academic Libraries: Principles and Practice is aimed at professionals within the Library and Information Services (LIS) who are interested in learning more about the management of academic libraries. Written against a backdrop made up of the changes that digital technology has brought to academic libraries, this book uncovers how the library has changed its meaning.
Through case studies of major academic libraries, the book examines how to manage radical change by using project management methodology to reorganize technical services, create a new liaison service model, engage in on-the-spot mentoring, and foster a collaborative environment.
Leading Change in Action: Reorganizing an Academic Library Department Using Kotter’s Eight Stage Change Model Timothy A. Hackman. Abstract This article presents a management case study of a project to reorganize the Resource Sharing and Access Services department in the main library at the University of Maryland in E-Books in Academic Libraries: Stepping Up to the Challenge provides readers with a view of the changing and emerging roles of electronic books in higher education.
The three main sections contain contributions by experts in the publisher/vendor arena, as well as by librarians who report on both the challenges of offering and managing e-books.
Library as a hub. Changing roles and functions of academic library Błażej Feret This paper takes a holistic and broad look at introducing and managing change in libraries to academic libraries have developed workforce development plans and strategies, with a focus on.
Purchase Achieving Transformational Change in Academic Libraries - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNPurpose: As academic libraries redefine their services and roles within higher education, library leaders are charged to implement transformative changes.
The biggest leadership challenge in effecting change is the human element: helping employees to embrace and implement the changes necessary for transformation. This paper describes the change management process Author: Julie L.