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Facing Contemporary Challenges in Librarianship

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Table of Contents

1. Marketing a Profession: Marketing the Future
Excerpt from Marketing the 21st Century Library, by Debra Lucas-Alfieri
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2. Preparedness
Excerpt from Disaster Planning for Libraries, by Guy Robertson
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3. E-books and the Future of Technical Services
Excerpt from Electronic Resource Management, by Anne C. Elguindi and Kari Schmidt
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4. A Culture of Technology
Excerpt from The Patron-Driven Library, by Dee Ann Allison
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5. Library 3.0 Librarianship
Excerpt from Library 3.0, by Tom Kwanya, Christine Stilwell and Peter G. Underwood
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6. Collection Budgets
Excerpt from Making a Collection Count, by Holly Hibner and Mary Kelly
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7. The Role of the Information Professional in Competitive Intelligence
Excerpt from Competitive Intelligence for Information Professionals, by Margareta Nelke and Charlotte Håkansson
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8. The Problem for Libraries in the Twenty-First Century: The Need to Accept a Paradigm Shift
Excerpt from After the Book: Information Services for the 21st Century, by George Stachokas
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