by Library Association .
Written in English
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International Librarianship at Home and Abroad examines both the concept and reality of international librarianship. The intent of this book is not to glorify international librarianship, but to instead explore different ways that international librarianship might be understood and practiced. Volunteering in international libraries is not only feasible, it’s also the perfect prescription for recharging, renewing, and recommitting oneself to librarianship. In this book the authors draw from their experiences working with groups such as Librarians without Borders to offer a . International Librarianship at Home and Abroad (Chandos Information Professional) [Karen Bordonaro] on sinoppazari.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. International Librarianship at Home and Abroad examines both the concept and reality of international librarianship. The intent of this book is not to glorify international librarianshipCited by: 1. The title is misleading since this book definitely skews heavily on volunteering than on other types of international librarianship. The authors' clear enthusiasm for the impact their experiences have had on them and the communities they volunteered with is infectious, though it does get a little overzealous and starry-eyed at times/5.
Nov 05, · Critical reflections on international librarianship ABSTRACT There is a striking exception to the general trend in books on international librarianship, the book World librarianship: a comparative study, by Richard Krzys and Gaston Litton (). This is an ambitious attempt to create a . Get this from a library! International librarianship at home and abroad.. [K Bordonaro] -- This book examines both the concept and practice of international librarianship. It describes librarian work, such as resource sharing, weeding and distance reference services. Also, it offers. Oct 01, · The study of international librarianship has been neglected. A definition of the term is offered, and the main functional areas of international librarianship identified, together with characteristics of activity in the field, as a first step towards their possible application in Cited by: 7. Easy to follow and packed with everything you need to get underway, this book includes: an in-depth discussion of what international librarianship (IL) entails, and why its emphasis on collaboration and advocacy makes it such a nourishing form of professional development;.
The International Federation of Library Associations was founded as early as , but in recent years serious academic and practical work on and around international librarianship has flourished as never before. Now, this new title from. A general article on librarianship as an international profession, was published in August in the special IFLA Congress issue of Biblioteche Oggi.. During the past few years I have become interested in the conceptual and methodological aspects of comparative librarianship. Filed under: International librarianship. The Global Librarian (New York: Metropolitan New York Library Council and New York Metropolitan Area Chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries, ca. ), ed. by Lisa Chow, Caroline Fuchs, Jason Kucsma, Carrie Netzer Wajda, and Sandra Sajonas (multiple formats at sinoppazari.com). The International Journal of Librarianship (IJoL) is an open access, refereed journal of research and discussion dealing with all aspects of libraries and librarianship including but not limited to major development of Chinese librarianship throughout the world.