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Down for the count : a prison library handbook

Author: Brenda Vogel
Publisher: Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press, 1995.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brenda Vogel
ISBN: 0810829274 9780810829275
OCLC Number: 31518470
Description: xi, 193 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. Prison Libraries: How They Came to Be --
2. Making the Prison Library Function --
3. Collection Management and Corresponding Woes; Censorship --
4. The Prison Influence on Library Service --
5. The Program Fit in the Organization --
6. Space: Choosing it, Losing it; Design, Furnishings and Equipment --
7. Library Service in the Prison Community; Similarities to the Outside Community and the Unique; How to Deliver on the Premise/Promise --
8. Staff; Civilian and Inmate; Falling in Love and Other Pitfalls --
9. Technology --
10. They Became What They Beheld --
11. Getting Over the Wall --
12. A Mirror of Reality; the Generation Gap, the Information Gap and the Prison Librarian --
13. The Prison Law Library; State of the Art? Quo State That They're In --
14. On Making a Difference --
15. Questions Most Frequently Asked --
App. 1. Aide Training Program. Maryland Correctional Education Libraries. Division of Correction, Regulation, No. 135-2-Library Services.
Responsibility: by Brenda Vogel.

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