The Smaller Academic Library: A Management Handbook by Gerard B. McCabeThe Smaller Academic Library: A Management Handbook by Gerard B. McCabe

The Smaller Academic Library: A Management Handbook

EditorGerard B. McCabe

Hardcover | April 1, 1988

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"As advertised, the book offers a source of strategies and practical solutions to vexing and recurrent problems which readers can tailor to their individual needs. By and large, the authors eschew the theoretical and anecdotal extremes in favor of applied, first-hand experience with good effect. The book is carefully edited, well indexed, has a serviceable binding, and clear sharp type. It is highly recommended as an important resource that belongs in the professional collection of every small academic library." Journal of Academic Librarianship "The Smaller Academic library, which is a collection of thirty essays by diverse hands on the management of libraries in colleges of up to about 7,500 students, should help practitioners build that kind of leadership and sense of mission. It contains, in general, an excellent body of information on the administration, personnel, budgets and finance, collections, user programs and services, and physical plant that touches on virtually every aspect of the administration, management, and operation of smaller academic libraries in a lively and useful fashion." Wilson Library Bulletin
Title:The Smaller Academic Library: A Management HandbookFormat:HardcoverDimensions:391 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:April 1, 1988Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313250278

ISBN - 13:9780313250279

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?Rarely can one, in good conscience, include in a review the laudatory claims made for a book in the publisher's blurb. In this case, however, an exception can be made to that generalization. . . . As advertised, the book offers a source of strategies and practical solutions to vexing and recurrent problems which readers can tailor to their individual needs. By and large, the authors eschew the theoretical and anecdotal extremes in favor of applied, first-hand experience with good effect. The book is carefully edited, well indexed, has a serviceable binding, and clear sharp type. It is highly recommended as an important resource that belongs in the professional collection of every small academic library.??Journal of Academic Librarianship