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Recruitment, retention, and restructuring : human resources in academic libraries

Author: Association of College and Research Libraries. Ad Hoc Task Force on Recruitment & Retention Issues.
Publisher: Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, 2002.
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This is a book about librarian and faculty collaboration - as it exists now and as it could exist. In a series of essays, the authors assert that collaboration will be the next great transition in higher education. The possibilities of librarians working across disciplines and traditional university boundaries are explored. Included are a review of the literature, case studies of exemplary programs at the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Association of College and Research Libraries. Ad Hoc Task Force on Recruitment & Retention Issues.
ISBN: 0838982093 9780838982099
OCLC Number: 50234961
Description: x, 74 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The current environment --
Recruitment to the profession --
Recruitment to academic libraries --
Retention within the profession --
Retention within academic librarianship --
Restructuring library education --
Restructuring the library workforce --
Suggested strategies for professional associations --
Suggested strategies for library and information science programs and educators --
Suggested strategies for individual academic libraries --
Suggested strategies for parent institutions (colleges & universities).
Responsibility: Ad Hoc Task Force on Recruitment & Retention Issues, a subcommittee of the Personnel Administrators and Staff Development Officers Discussion Group, Association of College and Research Libraries.

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This is a book about librarian and faculty collaboration - as it exists now and as it could exist. In a series of essays, the authors assert that collaboration will be the next great transition in higher education. The possibilities of librarians working across disciplines and traditional university boundaries are explored. Included are a review of the literature, case studies of exemplary programs at the institutional level, reports of surveys of informal collaborations, a directory of resources, as well as theoretical models of the collaborative enterprise.

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