Civic Librarianship

Author: Ronald B. McCabe
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 9780810839052
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Civic Librarianship explores the ideas of this new community movement and shows how they can transform public libraries by offering a renewed sense of purpose and powerful new strategies for development.

Libraries Beyond Their Institutions

Author: Rita Pellen
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317954874
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community's best interest.7Others contributing to the civic renewal chorus include
James Fishkin, who has also helped pioneer this framework for citizen
deliberation,8 Daniel Yankelovich and his colleagues at Public Agenda, who
have ... Civic Space/Cyberspace: The American Public Library in the Digital Age;
Kathleen McCook's A Place at the Table: Participating in Community Building;
Ronald McCabe's Civic Librarianship: Renewing the Social Mission ofthe Public
Library; and ...

Libraries Democracy

Author: Nancy C. Kranich
Publisher: American Library Association
ISBN: 9780838908082
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developing strategies to build communities through public library service (such
strategies might include promoting community identity, dialogue, collaboration,
and evaluation); • using services and collections to meet social as well as
individual needs; and • strengthening the ... de la Pena McCook. and my book,
Civic Librarianship: Renewing the Social Mission of the PublicThe organization
Libraries for the Future has helped sponsor community building projects in public
libraries.

Monoculture

Author: F. S. Michaels
Publisher: Red Clover Press
ISBN: 098685381X
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Camila Alire, “The Library Professional.” In Perspectives, Insights & Priorities: 17
Leaders Speak Freely of Librarianship. Edited by Norman Horrocks (Lanham,
MD: Scarecrow Press, 2005), pp. 55-62. 36. Ronald McCabe, Civic Librarianship:
Renewingthe Social Mission of the Public Library (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow
Press, 2001). 37. In the first decade of the twenty-first century, the top banned or
challenged books included J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series, John Steinbeck's
Of Mice ...

Public Libraries And Resilient Cities

Author: Michael Q. Dudley
Publisher: American Library Association
ISBN: 0838911366
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Urban Libraries Council, The Engaged Library: Chicago Stories ofCommunity
Building (Chicago: Urban Libraries Council, 2007). roger L. Kemp and Marcia
trotta, Museums, Libraries and Urban Vitality (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2008).
Kathryn Miller, Public Libraries Going Green (Chicago: American Library
Association, 2010). Ibid, 2. Glen Holt, “Future Economic realities for Libraries, 249
–68. ronald McCabe, Civic Librarianship: Renewing the Social Mission of the
Public Library ...

Technological Convergence And Social Networks In Information Management

Author: Serap Kurbanoğlu
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3642160328
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Lietzau, Z.: U.S. Public Libraries and Web 2.0: What's Really Happening?
Computers in Libraries 29, 6–10 (2009) Lancaster, N.: Web 2.0 - Hype or Helpful
? [Social Networking: Citizen Engagement]. Public Library Journal 23, 6–8 (2008)
Luyt, B., Ally, Y., Low, N.H., Ismail, N.B.: Librarian Perception of Wikipedia:
Threats or opportunities for librarianship? Libri. ... article/view/2477/2279
McCabe, R.B.: Civic Librarianship: Renewing the Social Mission of the Public
Library. Scarecrow ...

The Ethics Of Librarianship

Author: Robert W. Vaagan
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 311095625X
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"The Ethical Presuppositions Behind The Library Bill of Rights", The Library
Quarterly, Vol. 70, No. 4, October 2000, pp.468-491. 3 Michael Gorman (2000).
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the Social Mission of the Public Library. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press 4
Martha Smith (2001). "Information Ethics", in: F.C.Lynden (2001) Advances in
Librarianship, Vol.

Equity And Excellence In The Public Library

Author: Bob Usherwood
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317141822
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Program, http://www.loc.gov/ndl/jan-feb.html (accessed: 27.10.06). Linley, R. and
Usherwood, B. (1998) New Measures for the New Library. A Social Audit of
Public Libraries. BLRIC Report 89. Lister, S. (2002) 'Libraries told to turn over a
new leaf for survival', The Times, 17 May, 10. Long, S.A. (2001) 'Foreword' to
McCabe, R.B., Civic Librarianship. Renewing the Social Mission of the Public
Library ...

Public Libraries In The 21st Century

Author: Anne Goulding
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317073606
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Lomer, M. and Rogers, S. (1983), The Public Library and the Local Authority.
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Library And Information Science

Author: Michael F. Bemis
Publisher: American Library Association
ISBN: 0838911854
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804 McCabe, Ronald B. Civic Librarianship: Renewing the Social Mission of the
Public Library. Lanham, Md: Scarecrow Press, 2001. ISBn: 978- 0-81083-905-2.
This book opens with an analysis of the social movements and library history of
the past 100 years. The book's premise is that a new approach to the public
library as a community resource is needed—one that forces librarians to
strengthen their social authority to provide education and context for the
community. it follows that ...