Competencies for Science Librarians [NOOK Book]

Overview

This book explores the expectations and resources available to develop a set of important core skills needed for this profession. Leading authorities in the field of librarianship offer their extensive experience and insight to help beginners to understand precisely what actual measurable skills are required to become a successful career science librarian. Librarians currently working in the area will gain the data they need to be able to effectively collaborate with more experienced people. Topics include ...
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Competencies for Science Librarians

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Overview

This book explores the expectations and resources available to develop a set of important core skills needed for this profession. Leading authorities in the field of librarianship offer their extensive experience and insight to help beginners to understand precisely what actual measurable skills are required to become a successful career science librarian. Librarians currently working in the area will gain the data they need to be able to effectively collaborate with more experienced people. Topics include reviews of key concepts, basic skills, terminology, ACRL instruction competencies, teams, and assessment of services.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781317965299
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 10/18/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 210
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

David Stern was Director of Science Libraries and Information Services at Yale University from 1995 to 2008. He was involved in the development of end-user search systems for both local and remote hosts, including a Web-based expert systems librarian emulator. As of March 2008, David Stern is now Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Resources at Brown University, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library, 10 Prospect Street / Box A, Providence, RI 02912.

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Table of Contents


1 Understanding Your Competencies to Create a Successful Career Judith J. Field Field, Judith J.
2 Collection Development Competencies for Science and Technology Libraries Michael R. Leach Leach, Michael R.
3 Reference, In-Depth Research Assistance, and Administrative Assistance David Stern Stern, David
4 Information Literacy Instruction: Competencies, Caveats, and a Call to Action Alexius Smith Macklin Macklin, Alexius Smith F. Bartow Culp Culp, F. Bartow
5 Core Cataloging and Metadata Standards and Best Practices Mary S. Alexander Alexander, Mary S.
6 Humor Deficit : A Librarian's Guide to Being Funny and Competent Liz Bryson Bryson, Liz
7 The Management of SciTech Libraries: Services, Staff, Facilities, and Outsourcing Lynn Berard Berard, Lynn
8 Teams, What Are They Good For, and How Do You Get Them to Work? Michael Fosmire Fosmire, Michael
9 Basic Competencies for Statistical Work in the Library and Information Science Profession Nisa Bakkalbasi Bakkalbasi, Nisa
10 Assessment 101 for Librarians: A Guidebook Tina Chrzastowski Chrzastowski, Tina
11 How to Understand and Influence the Industry Libby Trudell Trudell, Libby Index
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