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Marketing the Academic Library This digital volume is available in both ePub and PDF format, and contains excerpts from our popular Chandos Library Information Sciences list. Free ePub Download

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        1. The Machiavellian Librarian – Introduction to the Machiavellian Librarian, by Melissa K. Aho and Erika Bennet
        2. The Machiavellian Librarian – Weasels and Honey Badgers: Networking for Librarians, by André J. Nault
        3. Building Communities – The Whats and Whys of Social Networking for Academic Libraries, by Denise Garofalo
        4. The Machiavellian Librarian – Political Positioning, by Eric Owen
        5. Digital Dialogues and Community 2.0 – The Sound of a Librarian: the Politics and Potential of Podcasting in Difficult Times, by Tara Brabazon
        6. Marketing the Best Deal in Town – Purple Cows, Free Prizes and Moogle, Oh My!, by Nancy Rossiter
        7. Understanding Librarians – Self Publicise, by Barbara Hull, Marion Churkovich, Christine Oughtred, Denise Turner

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