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Instructional Leadership: New Responsibilities For A New Reality, Clara Fowler, Scott Walter Jun 2003

Instructional Leadership: New Responsibilities For A New Reality, Clara Fowler, Scott Walter

Scott Walter

Applies the concept of "instructional leadership" to the academic library context to articulate a new approach to thinking about the role of the "instruction coordinator" in libraries focusing more and more on their contributions to campus-wide initiatives in undergraduate education.


Organizational Entry, Sense Making, And New Professional Employees In Academic Libraries, William Welburn, Janice Welburn Apr 2003

Organizational Entry, Sense Making, And New Professional Employees In Academic Libraries, William Welburn, Janice Welburn

William C Welburn

No abstract provided.


Information Literacy: Time For A Comprehensive Plan, Joanna M. Burkhardt, Mary C. Macdonald, Andrée J. Rathemacher Apr 2003

Information Literacy: Time For A Comprehensive Plan, Joanna M. Burkhardt, Mary C. Macdonald, Andrée J. Rathemacher

Andrée J. Rathemacher

Presentation slides and additional materials for a workshop, "Information Literacy: Time for a Comprehensive Plan," held as part of the Association of College and Research Libraries 11th National Conference, Learning to Make a Difference. The workshop took place on April 11, 2003 in Charlotte, North Carolina.


The Impact Of Computer Skills On The Levels Of Technostress Among Faculty And Academic Librarians From Selected Institutions Fro Within The University System Of Georgia, Sonya Shepherd Mar 2003

The Impact Of Computer Skills On The Levels Of Technostress Among Faculty And Academic Librarians From Selected Institutions Fro Within The University System Of Georgia, Sonya Shepherd

Sonya S. Gaither

No abstract provided.


An African Safari Through Children's Books: Part Ii, Dorothy N. Bowen Dec 2002

An African Safari Through Children's Books: Part Ii, Dorothy N. Bowen

Dorothy N. Bowen

What is like for an American family to raise their children in African country? What is it like for the children who are sometimes known as "third culture kids" because they are neither totally a part of their parents' culture nor totally a part of the adopted African culture, but rather are a combination of both?


The Image Of Libraries And Librarians In Children's Literature, Dorothy N. Bowen Dec 2002

The Image Of Libraries And Librarians In Children's Literature, Dorothy N. Bowen

Dorothy N. Bowen

A new action figure of a frumpy librarian who moves her index finger to her lips with 'amazing push-button shushing action!' has librarians around the world raising their voices in protest." A public library director from Maine said in response to the bespectacled woman in a cardigan, long plain skirt and sensible shoes, "The shushing thing just put me right over the edge. It's so stereotypical, I could scream."