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by The Association of College and Research Libraries,William C. Welburn,Janice Welburn,Beth McNeil

Author: The Association of College and Research Libraries,William C. Welburn,Janice Welburn,Beth McNeil
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Amer Library Assn (June 18, 2010)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.3
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William C. Welburn Janice Welburn Beth McNeil. William C. Welburn is senior advisor to the provost on diversity initiatives, Marquette University.

William C. Foreword – Mary Ellen Davis. I. Advocacy and its Publics: Critical Issues for College and University Libraries. 1. Advocacy through Engagement: Public Engagement and the Academic Library. Janice Welburn is dean of Raynor Memorial Library, Marquette University. Beth McNeil is professor and dean of the library at Iowa State University.

In twelve insightful chapters, Advocacy, Outreach and the Nation's Academic Libraries highlights the collaborative nature of advocacy and the importance of seeing opportunities for effective advocacy in a variety of areas

In twelve insightful chapters, Advocacy, Outreach and the Nation's Academic Libraries highlights the collaborative nature of advocacy and the importance of seeing opportunities for effective advocacy in a variety of areas.

ISBN: 978-0-8389-8549-6. Historical Manuscripts, Special Collections University of Maryland Libraries, College Park. Recommend this journal to your librarian for subscription.

Citation Information. Beth McNeil, Janice Simmons-Welburn and William Welburn. Advocacy, Outreach and the Nation's Academic Libraries: A Call for Action. com/william welburn/19/. Welburn is the vice president for inclusive excellence for Marquette University’s Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion. As executive director, Welburn is responsible for leadership in setting a strategic direction on campus diversity and inclusion by working with faculty, administrative, staff and student communities on a range of issues leading toward a more inclusive Marquette.

Advocacy, Outreach and the Nation’s Academic Libraries: A Call for Action Wilkinson, Frances . Lewis . Lewis, Linda . Dennis, Comprehensive Guide to Emergency: Preparedness and Disaster Recovery.

The book explores each of three areas in-depth-advocacy, outreach, and en-gagement-and offers a wealth of sugges-tions

Advocacy and outreach are two of the hottest topics in the profession today. The book explores each of three areas in-depth-advocacy, outreach, and en-gagement-and offers a wealth of sugges-tions. It also delivers a no-nonsense now is the time message that will resonate with the reader.

Advocacy, Outreach, and the Nation’s Academic Libraries: A Call for Action by William C. Welburn, Janice Welburn, Beth McNeil (pp. 241-244)

Advocacy, Outreach, and the Nation’s Academic Libraries: A Call for Action by William C. 241-244).

library, a collection of books or other written or printed materials, as well as the facility in which they are housed and the institution that is responsible for their maintenance.

It includes practical information on outreach vehicles, the Association of Bookmobile . Advocacy, Outreach & the Nation's Academic Libraries: A Call for Action ISBN: 978-0-8389-8549-6.

It includes practical information on outreach vehicles, the Association of Bookmobile and Outreach Service Guidelines, and bookmobile specifications. All levels of education and ages of students are covered. This work describes how and why library directors should advocate the library on the college campus.

In the current fiscal environment, college and university librarians must clearly articulate their value to the teaching, learning and research missions of their institutions. Advocacy, Outreach and the Nation's Academic Libraries provides a framework for opening dialogue and incorporating advocacy by exploring opportunities for advocacy and focusing on the world of civic engagement as well as the role of librarians as advocates on campus.In twelve insightful chapters, Advocacy, Outreach and the Nation's Academic Libraries highlights the collaborative nature of advocacy and the importance of seeing opportunities for effective advocacy in a variety of areas. The authors focus on scholarly activity and the production of research, outreach and civic engagement, the adoption of new and emerging technologies, information literacy, service to student populations, diversity and organizational development as potential avenues for libraries to assert their value in their communities. Advocacy, Outreach and the Nation's Academic Libraries stresses the importance of all academic librarians embracing advocacy as a core responsibility.This book is appropriate for all types of academic and research libraries.