Running a small library--be it a public, academic, school, or special library--usually means making do with little or no staff. Nevertheless, this challenging task requires skill and expertise. Budgets must be planned and justified. Policies and procedures need development and implementation. Facilities must be maintained. Collections require constant development. Then there are tasks programming; outreach; cataloging; circulation; computers and networks; automation systems; and other services. This unique how-to, written ...

Running a Small Library 2006, Neal-Schuman Publishers, New York

ISBN-13: 9781555705497

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