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The Library Catalogue as Social Space: Promoting Patron Driven…

by Laurel Tarulli

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Definitely more a public library tome than a school library, this book offers some key ideas about how to facilitate the catalog as a conversation/discussion piece. Suggestions for how to do this are given and issues such as how much information should a catalog contain are pursued. This book makes one think about why certain tasks are done the way they are done. Bottom line: If you are thinking about what to do with your catalog to make it more interactive and relevant, this book is for you. Recommended.
  BettyM | Mar 9, 2012 |
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"Emphasizing the advantages of working together and exploring the future of library services in an online, socially connected world, this exciting book shows how all public library professionals can take advantage of our strongest community and information tool--the library catalogue"--Provided by publisher.… (more)

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