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Academic & research libraries.............................................................4

Library management ...........................................................................7

Archives, records management & preservation ..................................6

Rare books, special collections & museums .....................................26

Analytics & performance measurement ............................................12 Children’s, youth & school libraries ...................................................25

Copyright ...........................................................................................18 Data management.............................................................................16

Information literacy & learning support ...............................................1

Information organization, retrieval & discovery ................................10 Information science ...........................................................................14

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INFORMATION LITERACY & LEARNING SUPPORT NEW

Information Literacy in the Workplace

NEW

7TH EDITION

Edited by Marc Forster, University of West London

April 2017 | 208pp Pb | £64.95 9781783301324 Hb | £129.95 9781783301331 eBook 9781783301348

Using a range of new perspectives, Information Literacy in the Workplace demonstrates several aspects of information literacy’s (IL) presence and role in the contemporary workplace, including IL’s role in assuring competent practice, its value to employers as a return on investment, and its function as an ethical safeguard in the duty and responsibilities professionals have to clients, students and employers.

Chapters are contributed by a range of international experts, including Christine Bruce, Bonnie Cheuk, Annemaree Lloyd with a foreword from Jane Secker. Content covered includes: • • • • • •

examination of the value and impact of IL in the workplace how IL is experienced remotely, beyond workplace boundaries IL’s role in professional development organizational learning and knowledge creation developing information professional competencies how to unlock and create value using IL in the workplace.

Readership: Information professionals (e.g. medical, social care, legal and business based) and their employers, librarians and LIS students. NEW

Thinking your way from problem to solution

Tim Buckley Owen, independent writer and trainer

April 2017 | 192pp Pb | £49.95 9781783301935 Hb | £99.95 9781783301942 eBook 9781783302154

Emerging Strategies for Supporting Student Learning A practical guide for librarians and educators

Principles and practice

More than ever, librarians are required to possess pedagogical expertise and are called upon to design, implement, and assess robust evidence-based reference and instructional practices that contribute to student success. In order to achieve these goals, librarians must know how to teach information literacy skills that go far beyond one particular library context, in order to facilitate lifelong learning. In addition to the traditional information expertise of the library professional, today’s librarian must also master evidence-based pedagogical practices that can help make learning stick.

Barbara Allan, author and trainer 2016 | 192pp Pb | £49.95 9781783300709 Hb | £99.95 9781783301072 eBook 9781783301461

NEW

Offering plentiful examples of pedagogy in action, this book covers:

• 6 cognitive principles for organizing information literacy instruction, with sample worksheets and organization tools for instruction planning • how to establish rapport and build learners’ motivation • tactics for creating research assignments • educational evidence debunking the mythical perception that because students are skilled at computers and mobile technology, they already know how to do research • questions to keep in mind for inspiring autonomous learning • the power of story, as described by Joan Didion, Brené Brown’s Ted Talk, and educational psychology research • the science behind information overload • a balanced framework for evaluating specific educational technology tools.

Readership: Fusing theory with practice, this handbook is a valuable resource to help every librarian connect with learners more effectively.

This new edition covers new skills, such as:

Readership: Anyone who has to answer enquiries from users in any environment, those working in contact centres and information professionals working on enquiry desks.

Kevin Michael Klipfel and Dani Brecher Cook, University of California, Riverside

Jul 2017 | 224pp Pb | £59.95 9781783302543

This book guides the reader step-by-step through all stages of the research process, from finding out what the enquirer really wants, to providing a polished, actionable, value-added answer.

• employing critical analysis to manipulate, categorise and prioritise raw search results • using strategic reading and abstracting techniques to identify and summarise the essential information the enquirer needs from the retrieved documents • drawing on established story-telling techniques to present research results effectively – whether orally or in writing • working to the POWER model: plan, organise, write, edit, review.

Learner-centred Pedagogy

Today’s emphasis on metrics and personalization make evidence-based instruction an imperative. This book offers librarians concrete, empirically-based strategies to connect with learners at all levels.

Successful Enquiry Answering Every Time

“Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just at the beginning of your career, this book is a must read with invaluable and accessible information on current pedagogical theory for HE, practical examples of teaching activities, vital checklists for teaching delivery and precious recommendations for future professional development.” - Journal of Information Literacy

The Makerspace Librarian's Sourcebook

Edited by Ellyssa Kroski, New York Law Institute

Mar 2017 | 400pp Pb | £69.95 9781783302291

“Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just at the beginning of your career, this book is a must read with invaluable and accessible information on current pedagogical theory for HE, practical examples of teaching activities, vital checklists for teaching delivery and precious recommendations for future professional development.” - Journal of Information Literacy

This hands-on sourcebook edited by technology expert Ellyssa Kroski includes everything libraries need to know about the major topics, tools, and technologies relevant to makerspaces today. It is packed with cutting-edge guidance and practical tips from the field's most tech-savvy innovators.

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INFORMATION LITERACY & LEARNING SUPPORT

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Teaching Information Literacy Reframed

Critical Literacy for Information Professionals

50+ framework-based exercises for creating information-literate learners

Edited by Sarah McNicol, Manchester Metropolitan University

Joanna M Burkhardt, University of Rhode Island 2016 | 160pp Pb | £49.95 9781783301638

“Burkhardt has designed this book to provide the "how" of higher education information literacy...Teaching Information Literacy Reframed begins with an action verb and will be well suited for librarians and other instructors of information literacy who are looking for real-life practicum for best lessons and actual use with The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. Recommended.” - ARBA

2016 | 192pp Pb | £59.95 9781783300822 Hb | £119.95 9781783301058 eBook 9781783301508

2016 | 256pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300938

NEW

5TH EDITION

“A timely publication—first, because the notion of metaliteracy has captured the attention of many academics, and second, because metaliteracy learning goals dovetail with the new ACRL Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education. This book can be a source for inspiration and practical ideas to refresh the information literacy program of any academic library.” - ARBA

Nicole E Brown, New York University, Kaila Bussert, California Polytechnic State University, Denise Hattwig, University of Washington and Ann Medaille, University of Nevada 2016 | 208pp Pb | £54.95 9781783301447

FORTHCOMING

Key topics include:

• an introduction to the internet and search engines the Google experience other free-text search engines directory- and category-based search engines multi- and meta-search engines social media search engines visual searching people-based resources academic and other specialized search engines news-based search engines multimedia search engines search apps and a discussion of the effect of mobile search on the industry • search utilities and resources to make life easier • the future of search.

• • • • • • • • • • •

Readership: This book will be useful reading for any information professional who is seeking to gain an in depth understanding of the search process and the search industry. It provides a vital guide to the basics in search, but will also help experienced professionals stay up to date with the latest trends and information in the industry.

Theory and Practice of Information Literacy

Charles Inskip, University College London

Phil Bradley, information specialist, internet consultant and conference speaker

Jul 2017 | 288pp Pb | £59.95 9781783302475 Hb | £119.95 9781783302482 eBook 9781783302499

“Required reading for any library professional, from students to seasoned librarians, who participate in teaching activities. A must-have for all academic libraries.” - Library Journal

This book provides you with the tools, strategies, and confidence to apply visual literacy in a library context. You will learn ways to develop students’ visual literacy and how to use visual materials to make your own teaching more engaging.

Expert Internet Searching

Covering everything from the basics to running advanced and complex searches using a variety of different search engines, the book enables readers to gain a nuanced and full understanding of online search. Fully revised for its 5th edition, Expert Internet Searching includes current trends in search, such as social media search, fake news, and discussion of the authority and validity of search results.

Visual Literacy for Libraries A practical, standards-based guide

Metaliteracy in Practice

Edited by Thomas P Mackey, Empire State College and Trudi E Jacobson, University at Albany

“Essential reading for librarians looking to gain an understanding of critical literacy in order to improve their support services. This work will also be useful for academic librarians seeking practical ways to introduce the concept into their curricula.” - Library Journal

Dec 2017 | 352pp Pb | £54.95 9781783301355 Hb | £109.95 9781783301362 eBook 9781783301379

This book explores the landscape of information literacy (IL) theory and practice, providing an up-to-date guidebook for anyone wishing to develop their knowledge, understanding and delivery of IL in all aspects of lifelong learning.

From politicians and policy makers through funders and education providers to cultural heritage organizations, employers, community groups and social activists there is a growing awareness of the impact of digitization on engagement with information. Beginning with a recent history of IL to give context, Theory and Practice of Information Literacy then provides a detailed review of theoretical models and practical approaches using real life examples from the wide information landscape. This book will examine key issues around IL from an academic and professional perspective, and will:

• provide a detailed understanding of the theory and practice of IL and associated areas • identify and discuss the challenges presented by the lifelong learning nature of IL in a digital world • enable the development of appropriate skillsets of library and information professionals as central players in the delivery of IL in education, the workplace and society.

Readership: This book will be a core textbook for library and information studies students and useful reading for library and information professionals; other professional services (including cultural heritage, careers, e-learning, teaching and learning, adult education providers, ICT); and wider stakeholders (policy makers, funders) seeking to engage with the debates around information literacy.

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INFORMATION LITERACY & LEARNING SUPPORT

The Facet Digital Literacies Collection

FORTHCOMING

Katharine Reedy and Jo Parker, both at Open University Library

This Collection contains the following books:

2016 | 942pp 4 vol set | £200 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783301713

• Metaliteracy in Practice Edited by Trudi E Jacobson and Thomas P Mackey • Metaliteracy Thomas P Mackey and Trudi E Jacobson • Critical Literacy for Information Professionals Edited by Sarah McNicol • Visual Literacy for Libraries Nicole E Brown, Kaila Bussert, Denise Hattwig and Ann Medaille.

The Facet Information Literacy Collection 2 This Collection contains the following books:

2016 | 1964pp 8 vol set | £420 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783301126

2ND EDITION

• A Guide to Teaching Information Literacy Helen Blanchett, Chris Powis and Jo Webb • Expert Internet Searching, 4th edn. Phil Bradley • Going Beyond Google Again Jane Devine and Francine Egger-Sider • Improving Students' Web Use and Information Literacy James E Herring • Information Literacy Beyond Web 2.0 Edited by Peter Godwin and Jo Park • Metaliteracy in Practice Edited by Trudi E Jacobson and Thomas P Mackey • Metaliteracy Thomas P Mackey and Trudi E Jacobson • Rethinking Information Literacy Edited by Jane Secker and Emma Coonan.

Includes coverage of:

• approaches to digital literacy, including a discussion of terminology, institutional approaches, and existing frameworks • an overview of digital literacy in HE and examples of good practice • openness and digital literacy with a discussion of OERs and MOOCs • the myth of digital natives • developing digital capabilities for staff • professional development for librarians • digital inclusion and lifelong employability in a digital world.

Readership: The book will be useful reading for library and information professionals across the sector (FE, HE, schools, business/corporate, special, public), institutional leaders and managers, and LIS students. It will also be useful reading for educational technologists, learning and teaching professionals, and anyone with an interest in developing digital and information literacy capabilities in their students, teachers and customers.

Rethinking Information Literacy A practical framework for supporting learning

Edited by Jane Secker, LSE and Emma Coonan, University of East Anglia

A guide for practitioners

2016 | 304pp Pb | £49.95 9781783300600 Hb | £99.95 9781783301133 eBook 9781783301492

“I found myself nodding in agreement so often while reading this book that people watching me must have thought I was reading a gripping novel. The advice is always sensible, authoritative and clearly articulated. The lists of resources to consider using, scattered throughout the book, are always helpful and authoritative. The overall style is positive. The remarks about risk management are excellent.” - European Intellectual Property Review

This highly successful text has been completely revised and updated to take into account recent developments in the field and changes to the law in the UK and elsewhere in the world. Through its practically based overview of current and emerging copyright issues facing those working in e-learning, this book will help equip professionals with the tools, skills and understanding they need to work confidently and effectively in the virtual learning environment with the knowledge that they are doing so legally.

Also of interest

Developing Digital Scholarship. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Information Needs Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

This book brings together a wide range of diverse perspectives on digital and information literacy that provide a comprehensive blend of theory and practice for library and information professionals.

Digital Literacy Unpacked demonstrates the importance of digital literacy in all areas of life, the centrality of critical thinking (a key element of both digital and information literacy), and the essential role of library and information professionals in leading digital literacy developments. It highlights the partnerships needed to deliver excellence and presents case studies from a range of practitioners world-wide. Mar 2018 | 240pp Pb | £59.95 9781783301973 Hb | £119.95 9781783301980 eBook 9781783301997

Copyright and E-learning

Jane Secker, City University London with Chris Morrison, University of Kent

Digital Literacy Unpacked

2012 | 224pp Pb | £59.95 9781856048224 eBook 9781856049528

2012 | 126pp Pb | £44.95 9781856048422

BESTSELLER

2011 | 272pp Pb | £59.95 9781856046596 eBook 9781856048767

“…a useful and relevant update. It provides good discussions of the current state of IL, and strong arguments for strengthening of the role of librarians and the increased participation of other professionals. Its theoretical component is supported by case studies and detailed practical advice. This is recommended for those interested in information literacy and developments in this field.” - Australian Library Journal

Semantic Web Technologies and Social Searching for Librarians Robin Fay and Michael Sauers

A Guide to Teaching Information Literacy 101 tips

Helen Blanchett, Newcastle University Chris Powis, The University of Northampton and Jo Webb, De Montfort University

Introduction to Information Behaviour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

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ACADEMIC & RESEARCH LIBRARIES

4 NEW

Developing Digital Scholarship

The Data Librarian's Handbook

Emerging practices in academic libraries

Robin Rice, University of Edinburgh and John Southall, Oxford University

Dec 2016 | 192pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300471 Hb | £109.95 9781783300983 eBook 9781783301836

Edited by Alison Mackenzie and Lindsey Martin, both at Edge Hill University

“The Data Librarian’s Handbook covers a large amount of interesting terrain in thoughtful and accessible ways. It is both essential for any information professional interested in data and their management, and is also indicative of the increasing – and increasingly varied – role that data and data management play in libraries and more broadly across academia.” - LSE Review of Books

This book, written by two data librarians with over 30 years’ experience, unpicks the everyday role of the data librarian and offers practical guidance on how to collect, curate and crunch data for economic, social and scientific purposes.

2016 | 192pp Pb | £49.95 9781783301102 Hb | £99.95 9781783301782 eBook 9781783301799

FORTHCOMING 2ND EDITION

Altmetrics

Edited by Andy Tattersall, University of Sheffield

2016 | 224pp Pb | £49.95 9781783300105 Hb | £99.95 9781783301003 eBook 9781783301515

Dynamic Research Support for Academic Libraries

Edited by Starr Hoffman, University of Nevada

2016 | 176pp Pb | £49.95 9781783300495 Hb | £99.95 9781783301089 eBook 9781783301225

3RD EDITION

“A worthwhile read for academic librarians who are looking to create new functional areas in libraries with budget and staffing constraints, as well as those seeking an international perspective on the future of research support in academic settings.” - Library Journal

Directory of Rare Book and Special Collections in the UK and Republic of Ireland Edited by Karen Attar, Senate House Library

2016 | 752pp Hb | £175 9781783300167 eBook 9781783301485

“The best researchers still must master paper and digital worlds. Even knowing where a possible trove exists takes time and diligent snooping. Now in its third edition, this source is what one turns to when looking for rare book holdings—its sole focus...Highly recommended.” - CHOICE

The Handbook of Art and Design Librarianship

Edited by Judy Dyki, Cranbrook Academy of Art and Paul Glassman, Yeshiva University

A practical guide for librarians, researchers and academics

“...very welcome as it is one of very few textbooks revisiting the theory behind the growth of altmetrics, providing a comprehensive snapshot of what they look like today and demonstrating their value if applied in a meaningful manner.” - LSE Review of Books

“ . . . a welcome addition to the literature about the on-going changes in academic librarianship . . . I would recommend the book for both teachers and students of library and information science, but also for practitioners who will find interesting projects carried out by their colleagues in different libraries.” - Elena Maceviciute, University of Borås, Information Research

• • • •

Nov 2017 | 224pp Pb | £64.95 9781783302000 Hb | £129.95 9781783302017 eBook 9781783302024

This handbook integrates theory and practice to serve as a field guide for information professionals working in art and design environments who support and anticipate the information needs of artists, designers, architects, and the historians who study those disciplines. The book includes:

• chapters from international contributors who reflect current practice at a global level a range of case studies and library profiles, providing benchmarks for developing facilities theoretical essays; guidelines; checklists; photographs and diagrams a new section on knowledge creation accommodating developments in institutional repositories, digital humanities, and makerspaces in depth sections on physical environment and sustainability.

Readership: Students taking library and information science courses in art librarianship, special collections, and archives, practising library and information professionals in art and design school libraries, college/university libraries serving art, architecture, and design programs. It will also be useful for those working in art museum libraries and public libraries.

Collaboration in Libraries and Learning Environments Edited by Maxine Melling, Liverpool John Moores University and Margaret Weaver, University of Cumbria

2012 | 224pp Pb | £59.95 9781856048583 eBook 9781856049511

“Collaboration in Libraries and Learning Environments discusses the role of libraries in higher education and their role in this shifting environment. Support is the primary aspect of many libraries in higher education now, and with the advent and advancement of internet methods, libraries must be on the ever cutting edge to reach out to their patrons. With advice on how to build these services when it's unsure what the next year will bring, understanding the needs of the student, leadership within the library, working with other libraries, collaboration, and much more...Collaboration in Libraries and Learning Environments is a strongly recommended read for library science collections, not to be missed.” - Midwest Book Review

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Practical Tips for Facilitating Research

The Facet Research Support Collection

Moira J Bent, Newcastle University

This Collection contains the following books:

2016 | 688pp 3 vol set | £135 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783301744

• Practical Tips for Facilitating Research • Dynamic Research Support for Academic Libraries • Altmetrics

The Facet Research Support Collection 2 This Collection contains the following books:

2016 | 1136pp 5 vol set | £250 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783301751

• Practical Tips for Facilitating Research • Dynamic Research Support for Academic Libraries • Altmetrics • Delivering Research Data Management Services • Managing Research Data

The Facet Academic Library Collection This Collection contains the following books:

Oct 2016 | 2018pp 9 vol set | £455 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783301683

• Practical Tips for Facilitating Research • Dynamic Research Support for Academic Libraries • Altmetrics • Fundamentals for the Academic Liaison • Mastering Digital Librarianship • Developing Digital Scholarship • Envisioning Future Academic Library Services • Delivering Research Data Management Services • Managing Research Data

The Facet Scholarly Communication Collection

This Collection contains the following books:

2015 | 1152pp 5 vol set | £285 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783300891

• • • • •

The Future of Scholarly Communication Sustainability of Scholarly Information Delivering Research Data Management Services Managing Research Data Digital Information

Series: Practical Tips for Library and Information Professionals 2016 | 288pp Pb | £49.95 9781783300174 Hb | £99.95 9781783301096 eBook 9781783301218

This practical guide offers innovative tips and reliable best practice to enable new and experienced library and information professionals to evaluate their current provision and develop their service to meet the evolving needs of the research community.

Sustainability of Scholarly Information

G G Chowdhury, Northumbria University

2014 | 256pp Pb | £64.95 9781856049566 eBook 9781783300402

Richard Moniz, Jo Henry and Joe Eshleman

2014 | 210pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300051

BESTSELLER

“Moniz, Henry, and Eshleman provide a thorough strategy for transporting the library liaison of the past into the 21st century…Each chapter contains multiple checklists and a short conclusion, followed by a list of references. This title would be an excellent starting point for any new librarian, and I can definitely envision it being used as a library school textbook. In addition, this title could be a valuable read for seasoned librarians who want to transform their current library liaison program.” - Technical Services Quarterly

Managing Research Data

Edited by Graham Pryor, formerly University of Glasgow

Digital Curation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Exploring Discovery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

“All in all the book is worth reading and would be a good substitute to many university courses on digital libraries, digitisation, general library management, information management, etc. It also suggests interesting topics for future research, so prospective young researchers on various levels may exploit it looking for research problems to study.” - Information Research

Fundamentals for the Academic Liaison

Also of interest

Getting Resource Discovery Right for your User Community . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

“Benefitting from Bent’s exhaustive research and robust content, this volume will be very useful for academic librarians, particularly subject and faculty liaisons and instruction librarians.” - Library Journal

2012 | 224pp Pb: £64.95 9781856047562 eBook 9781856048910

“As an edited volume it fits well together as a single entity even though written by a number of individuals: chapters reference other chapters and the reader is not left with a sense of a ‘cobbled-together’ mix of disparate topics from different people. The content can equally well be dipped into, as read from cover to cover.” - Ariadne

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ARCHIVES, RECORDS MANAGEMENT & PRESERVATION

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Principles and Practice in Records Management and Archives Series Editor: Geoffrey Yeo

FORTHCOMING

Management Skills for Archivists and Records Managers Louise Ray, UCL and Melinda Haunton, The National Archives

Mar 2018 | 256pp Pb | £49.95 9781856045841 Hb | £99.95 9781783301034 eBook 9781783307182

NEW

This book introduces the range of management skills employed by records managers and archivists, and shows how they may be applied, adding value both in terms of personal professional development and in the organizational benefits of service delivery, excellence, accountability and transparency. Each chapter deals with a key aspect of archive and records management, illustrated by case studies and examples. Throughout, the book provides a clear conceptual framework, but ensures that this is translated into practical terms to enable the reader to make use of the knowledge in their work.

The Silence of the Archive

David Thomas, University of Northumbria, Simon Fowler, University of Dundee, and Valerie Johnson, The National Archives

In recent years big data initiatives, not to mention Hollywood, the video game industry and countless other popular media, have reinforced and even glamorized the public image of the archive as the ultimate repository of May 2017 | 224pp facts and the hope of future generations for uncovering Pb | £59.95 ‘what actually happened’. The reality is, however, that for 9781783301553 Hb | £119.95 all sorts of reasons the record may not have been 9781783301560 preserved or survived in the archive. In fact, the record eBook may never have even existed – its creation being as 9781783301577 imagined as is its contents. And even if it does exist, it may be silent on the salient facts, or it may obfuscate, mislead or flat out lie. The Silence of the Archive is written by three expert archivists and draws attention to the many limitations of archives and the inevitability of their having parameters.

Silences or gaps in archives range from details of individuals’ lives to records of state oppression or of intelligence operations. The book brings together ideas from a wide range of fields, including contemporary history, family history research and Shakespearian studies. It describes why these silences exist, what the impact of them is, how researchers have responded to them, and what the silence of the archive means for researchers in the digital age. It will help provide a framework and context to their activities and enable them to better evaluate archives in a posttruth society.

Readership: This book will make compelling reading for professional archivists, records managers, postgraduate and undergraduate students of history, archives, librarianship and information studies, as well as academics and other users of archives. BESTSELLER

2010 | 272pp Pb | £59.95 9781856046664 eBook 9781856048675

The Future of Archives and Recordkeeping A reader

Edited by Jennie Hill

NEW

2ND EDITION

Archives

Principles and practices

Laura A Millar, independent consultant

May 2017 | 352pp Pb | £49.95 9781783302062 Hb | £99.95 9781783302079 eBook 9781783302086

This new and extensively revised second edition offers an international perspective on archives management, providing authoritative guidance relevant to collectionsbased repositories and to organizations responsible for managing their own institutional archives.

Written in clear language with lively examples, Archives: Principles and practices introduces core archival concepts, explains best-practice approaches and discusses the central activities that archivists need to know to ensure the documentary materials in their charge are cared for as effectively as possible. Topics addressed include:

• core archival principles and concepts • archival history and the evolution of archival theories • the nature and diversity of archival materials and institutions • the responsibilities and duties of the archivist • issues in the management of archival institutions • the challenges of balancing access and privacy in archival service • best practice principles and strategic approaches to central archival tasks such as acquisition, preservation, reference and access • detailed comparison of custodial, fonds-oriented approaches and post-custodial, functional approaches to arrangement and description.

In recasting her book to address the impact of digital technologies on records and archives, Millar offers us an archival manual for the twentyfirst century.

Readership: Archival practitioners, archival studies students and professors, librarians, museum curators, local authorities, small governments, public libraries, community museums, corporations, associations and other agencies with archival responsibility. 2ND EDITION

2013 | 336pp Pb | £59.95 9781856048231 eBook 9781783308651

2011 | 272pp Pb | £74.95 9781856046633 eBook 9781856049177

2009 | 320pp Pb | £69.95 9781856046398 eBook 9781856049047

BESTSELLER

Preserving Archives

Helen Forde and Jonathan Rhys-Lewis

Managing Records in Global Financial Markets

Ensuring compliance and mitigating risk

Lynn Coleman, Victoria L Lemieux, Rod Stone and Geoffrey Yeo

Community Archives The shaping of memory

Jeannette A Bastian and Ben Alexander

2006 | 304pp Pb: £64.95 9781856045742 eBook 9781856049214

Preservation Management for Libraries, Archives and Museums Edited by G E Gorman and Sydney J Shep

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ARCHIVES, RECORDS MANAGEMENT & PRESERVATION FORTHCOMING

Records, Information and Data

NEW

Geoffrey Yeo, University College London

Edited by Henriette Roued-Cunliffe, University of Copenhagen and Andrea Copeland, Indiana University

This dynamic book considers whether and how the management of records (and archives) differs from the management of information (and data).

Mar 2018 | 192pp Pb | £69.95 9781783302260 Hb | £139.95 9781783302277 eBook 9781783302284

Geoffrey Yeo, a distinguished expert in the global field, explores concepts of ‘records’ and ‘archives’ and sets today’s record-keeping and archival practices in their historical context. He examines changing perceptions of the nature and purpose of records management and archival work, notions of convergence among information-related disciplines, and archivists’ and records managers’ attitudes to information and its governance.

Starting with Peter Morville’s dictum that ‘when we try to define information, we become lost in a hall of mirrors’, Yeo considers different understandings of the concept of ‘information’ and their applicability to the field of archives and records management. He also looks at the world of data science and data administration, and asks whether and how far recent work in this area can enhance our knowledge of how records function and how they relate to the information universe. Key topics covered include: • • • • • •

Jan 2017 | 240pp Pb | £54.95 9781783301232 Hb | £109.95 9781783301249 eBook 9781783301256

FORTHCOMING

Digital Archives

Management, access and use

Edited by Milena Dobreva, University of Malta and Gabriella Ivacs, Open Society Archives

Dec 2017 | 224pp Pb | £54.95 9781856049344 Hb | £109.95 9781783301140 eBook 9781783302406

This landmark edited collection offers a wide-ranging overview of how rapid technological changes and the push for providing wide access to digitized cultural heritage holdings are changing the landscape of archives.

This book provides a set of inspirational and informative chapters from international experts, which will help the readers understand the drivers for change in archives and their implications. Reassessment of the role of archives in the digital environment will serve to develop critical approaches to current trends in the broader heritage sector, including cultural industries experimenting with sustainable business models for cultural production, digitization of analogue cultural heritage, and the related IPR issues surrounding the re-use of digital objects and data for research, education, advocacy and art. Contributors also present stateof-the-art solutions in building digital archives on networked infrastructure, trusted digital repositories to ensure long-term access, and tools to serve emerging needs in digital humanities.

Readership: Digital archivists and practitioners, professionals and researchers involved in projects working with digital archival materials, students in library, information and archive studies.

This book demonstrates how heritage institutions can work with community-based heritage groups to build broader, more inclusive and culturally relevant collections.

Divided into three core sections, this book explores:

• Participants in the preservation of cultural heritage; exploring heritage institutions and organizations, community archives and group • Challenges; including discussion of giving voices to communities, social inequality, digital archives, data and online sharing • Solutions; discussing open access and APIs, digital postcards, the case for collaboration, digital storytelling and co-designing heritage practice.

Readership: This book will be useful reading for individuals working in cultural institutions such as libraries, museums, archives and historical societies. It will also be of interest to students taking library, archive and cultural heritage courses.

Managing Digital Cultural Objects

keeping of records: a brief historical overview Thinking about records and archives: the transition to the digital Archivists, records managers and the allure of information Finding a way through the hall of mirrors: concepts of information Records and data Why records are not (just) information; understanding records in the digital era.

Readership: This book is primarily intended for records managers and archivists, but should also be of interest to professionals in a range of information-related disciplines. In addressing the place of record-keeping in contemporary information culture, it aims to provide a balance of theory and practice that will appeal to practitioners as well as students and academics around the world.

Participatory Heritage

Analysis, discovery and retrieval

Edited by Allen Foster and Pauline Rafferty, both at Aberystwyth University

2016 | 256pp Pb | £54.95 9781856049412 Hb | £109.95 9781783301027 eBook 9781783301539

“Managing Digital Cultural Objects reinforces how challenging it is to preserve digital cultural content in an age of competing formats and transient content sources. Emphasis on metadata, tagging, and linked data provides continuity throughout diverse case studies while reinforcing the methodologies discussed in the contextual chapters.” - Partnership

Bringing together chapters written by leading experts in the field, this book provides an overview of the theoretical and academic aspects of digital cultural documentation and considers both technical and strategic issues relating to cultural heritage projects, digital asset management and sustainability.

Preserving Complex Digital Objects

Janet Delve and David Anderson, both at University of Portsmouth

2014 | 432pp Pb | £64.95 9781856049580 eBook 9781783300396

“...any information professionals working through the present-day digital revolution, as well as academics and students on information courses will find this book to be a valuable textbook and tool. It provides a much-needed pathway for anyone wanting to learn more about digital preservation. More importantly, in addition to being extremely educational, this book is actually very interesting to read.” - Alexandria

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Engaging with Records and Archives

The Facet Archive Management Collection

Histories and theories

This Collection contains the following books:

Mar 2018 | 1200pp 4 vol set | £195 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783301652

NEW

• Management Skills for Archivists and Records Managers • Copyright for Archivists and Records Managers, 5th edition • The No-nonsense Guide to Archives and Recordkeeping • Preserving Archives, 2nd edition

The Facet Archival Studies Collection

This Collection contains the following books:

Jul 2017 | 1656pp 6 vol set | £325 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783301669

FORTHCOMING

• • • • • •

The Silence of the Archive Engaging with Records and Archives Archives and Recordkeeping The Future of Archives and Recordkeeping Community Archives Archives, 2nd edn.

Future Archives

Caroline Brown, University of Dundee

Feb 2018 | 224pp Pb | £64.95 9781783301829 Hb | £129.95 9781783302185 eBook 9781783302192

This book draws on the contributions of a range of international experts to discuss the archival landscape over the 20-30 years. Firmly rooted in past and current scholarship, Future Archives offers thought provoking and accessible chapters that aim to challenge and inspire archivists globally.

It is widely acknowledged that the archive profession/discipline is facing a time of change. The digital world has presented changes in how records are created, used, stored and communicated. At the same time, there is increased public debate over issues such as ownership of and access to information, surveillance and privacy. On a practical level archivists are being asked to do more, to have a greater range of skills, often with increasingly restricted resources. Exploring the potential impact of these changes is timely. Such reflections will provide the opportunity to consider the archivists purpose and role, discuss the practical impact of change on skills and functions and to articulate what can be contributed to a mid 21 century world. Content covered includes:

• The role of archives in relation to individuals, organisations, communities and society • how appraisal, arrangement, description and access might be affected in the future • The impact of changing societal expectations in terms of access to information, how information is exchanged, and how things are recorded and remembered • The place of traditional archives • Competition or opportunity offered by other information, cultural or IT related professions • New ethical challenges.

Readership: this book will appeal to will appeal to an international audience of students, academics and practitioners in archival science, records management, and library & information science.

2016 | 256pp Pb | £59.95 9781783301584 Hb | £119.95 9781783301591 eBook 9781783301607

FORTHCOMING

Fiorella Foscarini, Heather MacNeil, both at University of Toronto, Bonnie Mak, University of Illinois and Gillian Oliver, Victoria University of Wellington “Presenting a modern version of the archival world through a selection of essays, Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and theories connects the past with the present, through the eyes of both emerging and internationally renowned scholars from the 7th International Conference on the History of Records and Archives (I-CHORA7).” - IQ Magazine

The No-nonsense Guide to Born Digital Content

Heather Ryan, University of Denver and Walker Sampson, University of Colorado Boulder

Mar 2018 | 256pp Pb | £54.95 9781783301959 Hb | £109.95 9781783301966 eBook 9781783302567

This book offers a comprehensive, entry-level guide that focuses explicitly on how to collect and manage born-digital content for ‘boots on the ground’ practitioners.

Libraries and archives of all sizes are collecting and managing an increasing proportion of digital content. Within this body of digital content is a growing pool of ‘born-digital’ content: content that has been created and has often existed solely in digital form. Providing continued, sustainable access to a wide array of born-digital content is a challenge for libraries and archives, particularly because of the broad and highly technical skills needed to build and sustain born-digital content management workflows. The No Nonsense Guide to Born Digital Content provides an entry-level how-to guide that aims to help ease inexperienced students and practitioners into this area. It explains step by step processes for developing and implementing born-digital content workflows in library and archive settings of all sizes and includes a range of case studies collected from small, medium and large institutions internationally. Including:

• the wide range of digital storage media and why this is different to, and similar to, existing content • the various sources of born-digital content and how they are appraised and considered for collection • retrieving and preparing content to allow it to be brought into the library or archive • storage systems and applying archival arrangement philosophies • description, preservation and access • methods for designing workflows for born-digital collection processing • strategies and philosophies to move forward as technologies change.

Readership: This book will be useful reading for LIS and archival students and professionals who are working with, or plan to work with, born digital content. It will also be of interest to museum professionals, data managers, data scientists, and records managers.

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ARCHIVES, RECORDS MANAGEMENT & PRESERVATION 2ND EDITION

Digital Curation

5TH EDITION

Gillian Oliver, Victoria University of Wellington and Ross Harvey, RMIT University and the University of South Australia

2016 | 256pp Pb | £59.95 9781783300976

“a high-level overview of all the activities comprising digital curation ...the emphasis on conceptual modelling as an essential step in understanding and practising digital curation is one of the particular strengths of Oliver and Harvey’s text.” - Alexandria

Useful as both a teaching text and day-to-day working guide, this book outlines the essential concepts and techniques that are crucial to preserving the longevity of digital resources and covers topics including:

Tim Padfield, copyright advisor

2015 | 384pp Pb | £54.95 9781856049290 eBook 9781783300921

• the scope and incentives of digital curation, detailing Digital Curation Centre’s (DCC) lifecycle model as well as the Data Curation Continuum • key requirements for digital curation, from description and representation to planning and collaboration • the value and utility of metadata • creating an appraisal and selection policy for digital objects • the paradigm shift by institutions towards cloud computing • the quality and security of data • new and emerging data curation resources, including innovative digital repository software and digital forensics tools • mechanisms for sharing and reusing data, with expanded sections on open access, open data, and open standards initiatives • processes to ensure that data are preserved and remain usable over time.

2016 PRESERVATION PUBLICATION AWARD WINNER

Preserving Our Heritage

Perspectives from antiquity to the digital age Edited by Michèle V Cloonan, Simmons College

2015 | 702pp Pb | £74.95 9781856049467

"This volume makes a diverse array of articles and some from hard-to-find sources easily accessible for students of architecture, cultural heritage, historical conservation, book arts, and related programs of study. Taken together, the readings included here provide an excellent single-volume overview to introduce readers to the wide concerns of preservationists." - CHOICE

The No-nonsense Guide to Archives and Recordkeeping

Margaret Crockett, independent consultant

2015 | 224pp Pb | £54.95 9781856048552 eBook 9781783300945

“... an excellent primer, refresher, and reference guide for those without a formal background in records management and archival practice. Thanks to Crockett’s thorough overview, even the experienced professional would likely find reminders of some aspects of the profession they may have lost familiarity with. With its particular focus on incorporating records management concepts into a typical office workflow, the book’s real strength lies with the managing of more active records, and would work nicely for the non-information professional looking to gain control of their information environment.” - Technical Services Quarterly

Copyright for Archivists and Records Managers “Now in an updated fifth edition modified to include the latest developments in copyright law, Copyright for Archivists and Records Managers is a "must-have" for archive and reference professionals based in the UK. The updated content includes major revisions in the sections about copyright exceptions; additional information about dealing with copyright including acknowledgment and liability; and consideration of copyright cases that have come before the courts. From literary and dramatic works to email and internet databases, Copyright for Archivists and Records Managers covers virtually every written material imaginable, and distils British copyright law into plain terms accessible to readers of all backgrounds.” - Midwest Book Review

Records Management and Information Culture Tackling the people problem

Gillian Oliver, Victoria University of Wellington and Fiorella Foscarini, University of Toronto 2014 | 160pp Pb | £59.95 9781856049474 eBook 9781783300372

FORTHCOMING

“Human factors in recordkeeping - the elephant in the room. This is the book that was waiting to be written. Thanks to Oliver and Foscarini, we no longer have to wait to read it. It comes highly recommended.” - Australian Library Journal

The Complete Guide to Personal Digital Archiving Edited by Brianna Marshall, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Oct 2017 | 304pp Pb | £59.95 9781783302666

The book offers:

The Complete Guide to Personal Digital Archiving helps to break down archival concepts and best practices into teachable solutions. Whether it’s a researcher needing to cull their most important email correspondence, or an empty-nester transferring home movies and photographs to more easily shared and mixed digital formats, this book will show you how to offer assistance.

• explanations of common terms in plain language • quick, non-technical solutions to the most frequent user requests • guidance on how to archive Facebook posts, baby announcements, weddings, and other life events • methods for capturing analog video from obsolete physical carriers, like MiniDV • proven workflows for public facing transfer stations • ways to help seniors plan digital estates as heirlooms and memory objects • a look at the 3-2-1 approach to backing up files • perspective on balancing core library values with the business goals of Google, Amazon, Facebook, and other dominant platforms • additional resources and bibliographies for digging deep.

Featuring expert contributors working in a variety of contexts, this resource will help you help your users take charge of their personal materials.

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INFORMATION ORGANIZATION, RETRIEVAL & DISCOVERY Open Licensing for Cultural Heritage

Gill Hamilton and Fred Saunderson, both at National Library of Scotland

Oct 2017 | 240pp Pb | £64.95 9781783301850 Hb | £129.95 9781783301867 eBook 9781783302505

This practical guide for library and cultural heritage professionals introduces and explains the use of open licences for content, data and metadata in libraries and other cultural heritage organizations. Using rich background information, international case studies and examples of best practice, this book outlines how and why open licences should and can be used within the sector.

Open Licensing for Cultural Heritage digs into the concept of ‘open’ in relation to intellectual property, providing context through the development of different fields, including open education, ‘open source’, open data, and open government. It explores the organizational benefits of open licensing and the open movement, including the importance of content discoverability, arguments for wider collections impact and access, the practical benefits of simplicity and scalability, and more ethical and principled arguments related to protection of public content and the public domain. Content covered includes:

• an accessible introduction to relevant concepts, themes, and names, including ‘Creative Commons’, ‘attribution’, model licences, and licence versions • distinctions between content that has been openly licensed and content that is in the public domain and outlines why professionals in the sector should be aware of these differences • an exploration of the organizational benefits of open licensing and the open movement • the benefits and risks associated with open licensing.

Readership: This book will be useful for senior library staff and policy makers across the gallery, library, archive and museum sector; library and information professionals; library and information services professionals; students of LIS, digital curation, digital humanities, archives and records management and museum studies.

FORTHCOMING

Edited by Simon Mcleish, The Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford

Getting Resource Discovery Right for your User Community contains a range of contributions analysing the ways in which libraries and museums (and others) are tackling the challenges facing them in discovery in Feb 2018 | 256pp Pb | £59.95 the (post)-Google era. Chapters are written by experts, 9781783301386 both global and local – describing specific areas of Hb | £119.95 discovery and local implementations and ideas. The 9781783301393 book will help with enhancing discovery both inbound – eBook 9781783301409 making locally held resources globally discoverable – and outbound – making global resources locally discoverable – in ways which are relevant to your user community. Content covered includes: • • • •

a survey of what resource discovery is today analysis of how users approach discovery using limited resources to help users find collections discussion of the special requirements of and solutions for archives and museums • the role museum and library discovery plays in learning and teaching • linked open data and discovery • the future of discovery.

Readership: This book will be useful for subject librarians and others who give direct support to library users, digital library technicians, managers, staff with responsibility for managing electronic resources, metadata and discovery specialists, trainers and user education specialists. It will also be of use to curators and others who give direct support to researchers, managers of digitisation and cataloguing products, IT staff, trainers and user education specialists in archives and museums.

Linked Data for Cultural Heritage

Ed Jones, National University in San Diego and Michele Seikel, Oklahoma State University

Exploring Discovery

The front door to your library’s licensed and digitized content Edited by Kenneth J Varnum, University of Michigan 2016 | 304pp Pb | £64.95 9781783300969

“...features first-hand profiles of 19 library projects. Varnum and his roster of contributors offer guidance on the complete range of discovery services, from the broad sweep of vendors' products to the fine points of specialized holdings... a comprehensive examination of discovery services that will prove invaluable to IT, web development, electronic resource management, and technical services staff.” - Midwest Book Review

RDA Essentials

Thomas Brenndorfer, Guelph Public Library

2016 | 384pp Pb | £69.95 9781783300563

“... as an easy-to-use reference for cataloguers already getting to grips with RDA, this is an excellent resource and a worthwhile investment.” - Catalogue and Index

Getting Resource Discovery Right for your User Community

2016 | 160pp Pb | £59.95 9781783301621

“A valuable collection of writings on linked data. Recommended for readers interested in LIS and the history and methods of disseminating information in virtual environments.” - Library Journal

Managing Metadata in Web-scale Discovery Systems

Edited by Louise F Spiteri, Dalhousie University

2016 | 188pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300693 Hb | £109.95 9781783301164 eBook 9781783301546 2016 | 1104pp 3 vol set | £170 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783301768

“This text provides a good, user-focused, introduction to web-scale discovery, not only for students, but also to practitioners aiming to understand metadata which underpins – and supports – effective discovery.” - Australian Academic and Research Libraries

The Facet RDA Collection

This Collection contains the following books: • RDA Essentials Thomas Brenndorfer • Maxwell’s Handbook for RDA Robert L Maxwell • Practical Cataloguing Anne Welsh and Sue Batley.

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Practical Ontologies for Information Professionals

The Facet Information Organization Collection

David Stuart, University of Wolverhampton

This Collection contains the following books:

Jul 2017 | 3350pp 11 vol set | £580 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783302710

FORTHCOMING

· Catalogue 2.0: The future of the library catalogue Edited by Sally Chambers · Essential Classification, 2nd edn. Vanda Broughton · Essential Library of Congress Subject Headings Vanda Broughton · Linked Data for Libraries, Archives and Museums Seth Van Hooland and Ruben Verborgh · Linked Data for Cultural Heritage Edited by Ed Jones and Michele Seikel · Managing Metadata in Web-scale Discovery Systems Edited by Louise F Spiteri · Maxwell's Handbook for RDA Robert L. Maxwell · Metadata, 2nd edition Marcia Lei Zeng and Jian Qin · Practical Cataloguing Anne Welsh and Sue Batley · Practical Ontologies for Information Professionals David Stuart · RDA Essentials Thomas Brenndorfer.

Facet Analysis

Vanda Broughton, University College London

Mar 2018 | 224pp Pb | £59.95 9781783300839 Hb | £119.95 9781783301201 eBook 9781783302550

This book provides a general overview of facet analysis as a formal methodology for building knowledge organization and search tools and as a general knowledge organization theory. The functions of faceted systems can be broadly categorized as: organizing content; building tools; designing interfaces; and empowering search, and examples of all of these are discussed.

Readership: This book will be useful reading for LIS students enrolled on classification, knowledge organization and information retrieval modules. It will also be of immediate use to practitioners concerned with information organization, management and retrieval, as well as software engineers, web designers, semantic web researchers and developers. 2015 | 1052pp Pb | £120 9781783300747

2016 | 224pp Pb | £59.95 9781783300624 Hb | £119.95 9781783301041 eBook 9781783301522

RDA: Resource Description and Access Print 2015 Revision

“Practical Ontologies for Information Professionals offers insight into the evolution of classification of digital data and knowledge. This book will be useful to archivists, domain experts, LIS students, and library and information professionals. Recommended.” - ARBA

Practical Ontologies for Information Professionals provides an accessible introduction to the following:

• defining the concept of ontologies and why they are increasingly important to information professionals • ontologies and the semantic web • existing ontologies, such as RDF, RDFS, SKOS, and OWL2 • adopting and building ontologies, showing how to avoid repetition of work and how to build a simple ontology • interrogating ontologies for reuse • the future of ontologies and the role of the information professional in their development and use. BESTSELLER

2014 | 282pp Pb | £54.95 9781856049641 eBook 9781783300389

FORTHCOMING

Linked Data for Libraries, Archives and Museums

How to clean, link and publish your metadata

Seth van Hooland and Ruben Verborgh

Information Organization and Access

G. G. Chowdhury, Northumbria University and Sudatta Chowdhury, formerly University of Strathclyde

Coverage includes:

• a full statement of the principles and theory of faceted systems as developed by Ranganathan and the UK Classification Research Group, and that theory as it is understood today • discussion of the origin and development of analytic-synthetic classification and indexing tools, and of the use of facet analytical theory to underpin design and construction • discussion of different applications of facet analysis, not only in conventional information managements contexts (classification schemes and thesauri), but also in e-environments, both academic and commercial, and on the web • a survey of the work of a number of current writers and researchers in the facet analytical tradition, including those who work in the digital environment, for which a distinctive parallel strand of facet theory can be observed.

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Mar 2018 | 288pp Pb | £54.95 9781783302604 Hb | £109.95 9781783302611 eBook 9781783302628

This important new foundational textbook covers the theory, practice, research issues and contexts of information organization and interactive information retrieval.

Readers will learn about the key principles of information organization and retrieval along with the essentials of human information behaviour and information seeking and retrieval, and how to put them into practice. Information Organization and Access will help readers develop creative, critical and reflective problem solving capabilities in the management of information and data and allow them to demonstrate advanced information and data management skills in diverse environments.

Topics covered include: • • • • • • • •

structured and unstructured information resources digital libraries web information indexing techniques information retrieval models information interactions in specific domains and contexts human information behaviour models information seeking and retrieval models usability and evaluation of information retrieval systems.

Readership: This book will be a pivotal text for information science students specialising in any area, and also for young professionals and researchers who want to get a good grasp of the theory, practice and research issues of information organization, information retrieval, and information users, that is required for professional work as well as research in any area of information science.

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Library Improvement through Data Analytics

FORTHCOMING

Lesley S J Farmer and Alan M Safer, both at California State University, Long Beach

2016 | 192pp Pb | £54.95 9781783301614

NEW

“Data-driven decision-making is essential for effective library management but the tools to develop that analysis are not readily available. This is a practical guide with clear and detailed steps for applying an effective model for targeted library improvement analysis which can improve performance and productivity, reduce expenses and increase satisfaction of users and staff. The compelling case studies will support deploying these important tools.” - Susan Hildreth, University of Washington

Being Evidence Based in Library and Information Practice

Edited by Denise Koufogiannakis, University of Alberta and Alison Brettle, University of Salford

2016 | 224pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300716 Hb | £109.95 9781783301195 eBook 9781783301454

3RD EDITION

“A timely and useful guide, Being Evidence Based in Library and Information Practice demonstrates both the model for Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP) and different library settings for development of this ongoing research practice. It is an extremely useful guide for developing evidencebased library improvements and a lifetime of professional growth.” - ARBA

Peter Hernon, Simmons College, Ellen Altman and Robert E Dugan, University of West Florida 2015 | 232pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300594

“...a good foundation for anyone looking to start an assessment or survey of their library.” - Reference Reviews

Library Analytics and Metrics

Using data to drive decisions and services Edited by Ben Showers, National Centre for Universities and Business

2015 | 224pp Pb | £54.95 9781856049658 eBook 9781783300778

Edited by Selena Killick, Open University Library and Frankie Wilson, The Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford

Putting Library Assessment Data to Work brings together key library assessment methodologies detailing how they can be used to improve an academic Feb 2018 | 256pp Pb | £64.95 library. The book takes common sources of data that 9781783302208 academic libraries will already be collecting, and Hb | £129.95 presents simple qualitative and quantitative techniques 9781783302215 that can be used to evaluate and assess their services, eBook 9781783302222 both in detail and overall. The different assessment methods are presented from a practical perspective with a theoretical grounding, and include practical case studies to illustrate how the methodologies have successfully been applied. • The theoretical framework for assessment, it’s purpose and the tools and techniques used • Institutional, national and international student surveys and how they can be used to improve library service • The history and development of standardised library surveys (eg LibQUAL+®), how they have been used and their impact • The benefits of In house library surveys and case studies of where they gave been used • Qualitative feedback in the library • Taking a holistic approach to library assessment through advocacy and strategic planning.

Readership: This book will be essential reading for library and information service managers, administrators, assessment practitioners, educators and policy shapers. It will also be useful for students and researchers interested in library assessment.. FORTHCOMING

“...a great, varied and in-depth look at the current usage of analytics and metrics in the library sector and there are some valuable case studies captured that will hopefully help inform those undertaking their own data-driven projects or facing pressure to provide impact or usage evidence to their organisations.” – MmIT Journal

Delivering Impact with Digital Resources

Planning your strategy in the attention economy

Assessing Service Quality

Satisfying the expectations of library customers

Putting Library Assessment Data to Work

Simon Tanner, King’s College London

This book provides practical guidance for delivering and sustaining value and impact from digital content.

Our digital presence has the power to change lives and life opportunities. We must understand digital values to consider how our organizational presence within digital cultures can create change and it is through the use of impact assessment that we can then seek to understand how we are fostering such changes with our communities. Delivering Impact with Digital Resources focuses on introducing and defining digital values with a clear argument that revealing and understanding them is a key to success in developing digital content. Feb 2018 | 240pp Pb | £59.95 9781856049320 Hb | £119.95 9781783302512 eBook 9781783302529

Coverage includes:

• the attention economy and cultural economics • the difference between tangible and intangible benefits and issues around sharing open content as well as the means to understand your digital ecosystem • working with stakeholders and delivering on promises implicit in digital resources/activities • an exploration of the difference between the attitudes expressed by groups within digital cultures versus the actual behaviours they exhibit using case studies from many sectors and geographies to show how they are explored and applied • a guide to using the Balanced Value Impact Model and a wide range of data gathering and evidence based methods.

Readership: This book will be especially useful for managing digital presences in libraries, archives, galleries and museums including MA and PhD students studying subjects such as librarianship, information science, museums studies, archival studies, publishing, cultural studies and media studies.

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Information Needs Analysis

The Facet Library Metrics Collection

Principles and practice in information organizations

Daniel G Dorner, G E Gorman and Philip J Calvert, Victoria University of Wellington

This Collection contains the following books:

Jul 2017 | 640pp 3 vol set | £145 (includes 10% off combined book price) 9781783302734

· Library Analytics and Metrics: Using data to drive decisions and services Edited by Ben Showers · Web Metrics for Library and Information Professionals David Stuart · Altmetrics: A practical guide for librarians, researchers and academics Edited by Andy Tattersall

The Facet Performance Measurement and Metrics Collection

This Collection contains the following books:

2016 | 1640pp 7 vol set | £350 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783301737

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Library Analytics and Metrics Altmetrics Research, Evaluation and Audit Assessing Service Quality, 3rd edn. Evaluating the Impact of Your Library, 2nd edn. Web Metrics for Library and Information Professionals • Being Evidence Based in Library and Information Practice

2015 | 256pp Pb | £54.95 9781856044844 eBook 9781783300457

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Evaluating the Impact of Your Library, 2nd edition

David Streatfield and Sharon Markless

This Collection contains the following books:

2016 | 1854pp 7 vol set | £340 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783301706

“For information managers in organizations this book will be very useful. It is also of the kind that most students appreciate very much: it provides unambiguous answers to potential questions and solutions to the problems that are commonly met at everyday work.” - Information Research

The importance of information needs analysis is widely recognized by information professionals, but currently there is little substantive, detailed work in the professional literature devoted to this important topic. This book is designed to fill that gap, by supporting practitioners in developing an information needs analysis strategy, and offering the necessary professional skills and techniques to do so. It will offer guidance to team leaders and senior managers in all areas of library work, especially those involved in collection management, service provision and web development, and is equally applicable to the needs of academic, public, government, commercial and other more specialized library and information services.

The Facet User Experience Collection

• User Studies for Digital Library Development • Information Users and Usability in the Digital Age • Introduction to Information Behaviour • User Experience (UX) Design for Libraries • Information Needs Analysis • Better Library and Learning Space • Research Methods in Information, 2nd edn.

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2012 | 288pp Pb | £59.95 9781856048125 eBook 9781856048941

Outlining a rigorously tested approach to library evaluation and offering practical tools and highly relevant examples, this book enables LIS managers to get to grips with the slippery concept of service impact and to address their own impact questions in their planning. The 2nd edition is fully updated to include international approaches to qualitative library evaluation, new international research, and current debates on the evolving nature of evaluation, as well as reflections on the importance of involving stakeholders and of evaluation to guide advocacy.

Web Metrics for Library and Information Professionals

Facet e-books

David Stuart, independent data scientist

A selection of our titles are available as e-books. Visit www.facetpublishing.co.uk/ebooks for a full listing.

2014 | 192pp Pb | £54.95 9781856048743 eBook 9781783300686

“Any information professional or student wanting a considered overview of some of the key metrics for providing information services in a digital world would be advised to read it.” - Elucidate

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INFORMATION SCIENCE

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Series editor: G G CHOWDHURY, Professor in Information Science and Head, Department of Mathematics & Information Sciences, Northumbria University, UK

This peer-reviewed monograph series supports the vision of the iSchools and creates authorative sources of information for research and scholarly activities in information studies. Each book in the series addresses a specific aspect or emerging topic of information studies and provides a state-ofthe-art review of research in the chosen field and addresses the issues, challenges and progress of research and practice. The series is overseen by an editorial board and each title is edited by recognized experts in the field and peer-reviewed by members of the board. Editorial board

Peter Willett, iSchool, University of Sheffield, UK

Edie Rasmussen, Head of Research, iSchool, University of British Columbia, Canada

Dorothy Williams, Director, Institute for Management Governance and Society (IMAGES) Research Institute, Robert Gordon University, UK

Fabio Crestani, Deptartment of Computer Science, University of Lugano, Switzerland

Ian Ruthven, Head, Computer and Information Sciences Department, Strathclyde, UK

Harry Bruce, Dean, iSchool, University of Washington, USA

Jonathan Furner, Department of Information Studies (iSchool), UCLA, USA

Cultural Heritage Information Access and management

Michael Seadle, Dean, iSchool, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany Schubert Foo, Associate Dean, College of Arts and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singparore Shigeo Sugimoto, GSLIS, University of Tsukuba, Japan

FORTHCOMING

Edited by Ian Ruthven, University of Strathclyde and G G Chowdhury, Northumbria University

2015 | 360pp Pb | £69.95 9781856049306 eBook 9781783300662

“...this collection fulfils its stated goal of presenting ‘a snapshot of current research and development as well as outlining the various challenges and trends of research in relation to the creation, access and management of digital cultural heritage information systems and services’...Since this is the first title in the new iResearch series from Facet Publishing...it is to be hoped that future volumes in this series are as relevant, comprehensive, and wellstructured.” - Digital Scholarship in the Humanities

This book provides an overview of various challenges and contemporary research activities in cultural heritage information focusing particularly on the cultural heritage content types, their characteristic and digitization challenges; cultural heritage content organization and access issues; users and usability as well as various policy and sustainability issues associated with digital cultural heritage information systems and services.

Cultural Heritage Information, the first book in the peer-reviewed iResearch series, contains eleven chapters that have been contributed by seventeen leading academics from six countries. The book begins with an introductory chapter that provides a brief overview of the topic of digital cultural heritage information with the subsequent chapters addressing specific issues and research activities in this topic. The ordering of the chapters moves from scene setting on policies and infrastructures, through considerations of interaction, access and objects, through to concrete system implementations. The book concludes by looking forward to issues around sustainability, in the widest sense, that are necessary to think about in order to maximize the availability and longevity of our digital cultural heritage.

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Process and Information Practice for Information Systems Edited by Christine Urquhart, Faten Hamad, Dina Tbaishat and Alison Yeoman

Dec 2017 | 288pp Pb | £64.95 9781783302413 Hb | £129.95 9781783302420 eBook 9781783302437

This book adopts a holistic interpretation of information architecture, to offer libraries and information professionals a variety of methods, tools, and techniques that may be used when designing websites and information systems that support workflows and what people require when “managing information”.

There is a gap in the middle for information services, with little on the ways of looking at the process architecture of a library and information service and on methods for business process analysis. Process and Information Practice for Information Systems aims to fill that gap with a combination of theory and supporting case studies written by an international line-up of contributors, including Sally Burford, Fernando Loizides, Catherine Burns and Adam Euerby.

The editors argue that information architecture for libraries has largely been the study of content architecture and that, on the other hand, library assessment literature has dealt with performance measurement and change management strategies. Case studies cover a wide variety of settings, from discrete resource discovery projects for academic and cultural institutions, through design for large organizational websites, the research evidence about user experience for semi-structured document design on websites, to the health sector with examples including patient support websites and clinical document management.

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INFORMATION SCIENCE FORTHCOMING

The Facet Information Science Collection

FORTHCOMING

Dec 2017 | 3,222pp 11 vol set | £570 (includes 10% off combined book price) 9781783302727

Digital Humanities in Practice

Claire Warwick, Durham University, Melissa Terras and Julianne Nyhan, both at University College London

2012 | 192pp Pb | £59.95 9781856047661 eBook 9781856049054

Edited by Samantha K Hastings, University of South Carolina

2014 | 360pp Pb | £64.95 9781783300266

“This is a carefully planned, well-organised record of cultural heritage storage, preservation and access, and it deserves to be widely read.” - Australian Library Journal

Our digital presence has the power to change lives and life opportunities. We must understand digital values to Feb 2018 | 240pp consider how our organizational presence within digital Pb | £59.95 cultures can create change and it is through the use of 9781856049320 impact assessment that we can then seek to Hb | £119.95 9781783302512 understand how we are fostering such changes with eBook our communities. Delivering Impact with Digital 9781783302529 Resources focuses on introducing and defining digital values with a clear argument that revealing and understanding them is a key to success in developing digital content.

User Studies for Digital Library Development

Edited by Milena Dobreva, University of Malta, Andy O'Dwyer, BBC and Pierluigi Feliciati, University of Macerata 2012 | 302pp Pb | £59.95 9781856047654 eBook 9781856049269

Edited by Les Watson, freelance educational consultant on library, learning and IT issues

“Better Library and Learning Spaces: Projects, trends and ideas is an invaluable and seminal contribution to the field of Library Science and is highly recommended for professional and academic library reference collections and supplemental reading lists.” - Midwest Book Review

“This is a publication I can wholeheartedly recommend to academics, researchers, students and practitioners. It is solidly embedded in the theory and literature of information behaviour and user studies. However, the text should not overwhelm practitioners who wish to enter the fascinating area of user studies research in the everexpanding world of digital libraries.” - Online Information Review

Is Digital Different?

How information creation, capture, preservation and discovery are being transformed

2015 | 224pp Pb | £54.95 9781856048545 eBook 9781783302376

Claire Warwick, Durham University, Melissa Terras and Julianne Nyhan, both at University College London “This is a useful compilation of many of the important considerations of how to manage digital content in the present environment.” - Technical Services Quarterly

Digital Libraries and Information Access Research perspectives

Edited by G. G. Chowdhury, Northumbria University and Schubert Foo, Nanyang Technological University

Better Library and Learning Space Projects, trends, ideas

2013 | 304pp Pb | £59.95 9781856047630 eBook 9781856049726

Simon Tanner, King’s College London

“...a valuable resource not only for students and researchers in digital humanities, but for a variety of other fields of study especially information management and digital libraries.” - Journal of Librarianship and Information Science

Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics

Delivering Impact with Digital Resources

Planning your strategy in the attention economy

This Collection contains the following books:

· Cultural Heritage Information Edited by Ian Ruthven and G G Chowdhury · Process and Information Practice for Information Systems Edited by Christine Urquhart, Faten Hamad, Dina Tbaishat and Alison Yeoman · User Studies for Digital Library Development Edited by Milena Dobreva, Andy O'dwyer and Pierluigi Feliciati · Digital Libraries and Information Access Edited by G G Chowdhury and Schubert Foo · Better Library and Learning Space Edited by Les Watson · Digital Archives Edited by Milena Dobreva and Gabriella Ivacs · Sustainability of Scholarly Information G G Chowdhury · Information 2.0, 2nd edition Martin De Saulles · Introduction to Information Science David Bawden and Lyn Robinson · Introduction to Information Behaviour Nigel Ford · Research Methods in Information, 2nd edition Alison Jane Pickard

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2012 | 256pp Pb | £59.95 9781856048217 eBook 9781856049764

“...with such a broad range of content and very recent research included, this book would definitely be useful to librarians doing work related to digital libraries...It would also make a very appropriate textbook for an introduction to digital libraries." - Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship

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DATA MANAGEMENT

16 FORTHCOMING

The Chief Data Officer's Playbook

NEW

Caroline Carruthers, Chief Data Officer, Network Rail and Peter Jackson, Head of Data, Southern Water

Dec 2017 | 196pp Pb | £39.95 9781783302574 Hb | £89.95 9781783302581 eBook 9781783302598

The issues and profession of the Chief Data Officer (CDO) are of significant interest and relevance to organisations and data professionals internationally. Written by two practicing CDOs, this new book offers a practical, direct and engaging discussion of the role, its place and importance within organisations.

The role of CDO is new and rapidly expanding and many organisations are finding that it is an uncomfortable fit into the existing C-suite. Bringing together views, opinions and practitioners experience for the first time, The Chief Data Officer’s Playbook offers a compelling guide to anyone looking to understand the current (and possible future) CDO landscape. Content covered includes: • • • • • • • •

why does any organisation need a CDO? the secret ingredients of the successful CDO avoiding the hype cycle the CDO place in the C suite building the CDO team the CDO and technology enablement not red tape advice to give the business owners.

Readership: This book will offer key insight for CDOs looking to understand their position better, for aspiring CDOs and data officers looking at career progression, for those recruiting CDOs, and anyone else looking to understand the CDO landscape. NEW

The Facet Data Librarianship Collection This Collection contains the following books:

July 2017 | 1072pp 4 volume set | £215 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783302680

· The Data Librarian’s Handbook Robin Rice and John Southall · Metadata, 2nd edition Marcia Lei Zeng and Jian Qin · Managing Research Data Edited by Graham Pryor · Digital Curation, 2nd edition Gillian Oliver and Ross Harvey

The Data Librarian's Handbook

Robin Rice, University of Edinburgh and John Southall, Oxford University

2016 | 192pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300471 Hb | £109.95 9781783300983 eBook 9781783301836

“The Data Librarian's Handbook is very highly recommended for the practicing data librarian, those new in their post with little experience of providing data support. The Data Librarian's Handbook will also prove to be an invaluable reference for managers and policymakers, public service librarians, research data management coordinators and data support staff. The Data Librarian's Handbook is unreservedly recommended as a core addition to community, governmental, and academic Library Science collections and supplemental studies reading lists.” - Midwest Book Review

This book, written by two data librarians with over 30 years’ combined experience, unpicks the everyday role of the data librarian and offers practical guidance on how to collect, curate and crunch data for economic, social and scientific purposes.

With contemporary case studies from a range of institutions and disciplines, tips for best practice, study aids and links to key resources, this book is a must-read for all new entrants to the field, library and information students and working professionals.

∆5 Managing Research Data

Edited by Graham Pryor, formerly University of Glasgow

2012 | 224pp Pb | £64.95 9781856047562 eBook 9781856048910

“...this collection belongs at every library considering or already implementing tools and services to help researchers manage their data better and comply with the bewildering array of data-related policies emerging from all quarters.” - Collaborative Librarianship

Delivering Research Data Management Services Fundamentals of good practice

Edited by Graham Pryor, formerly University of Glasgow Sarah Jones, University of Glasgow and Angus Whyte, University of Edinburgh 2013 | 224pp Pb | £64.95 9781856049337 eBook 9781783300242

“Viewed as a whole book, it is a comprehensive guide to the drivers of change, the components of building and executing a policy and implementing an RDM infrastructure, but will also act as a reference text, to look up specific areas of guidance and examples or be” - Records Management Journal

Also of interest

Digital Curation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 The No-nonsense Guide to Born Digital Content . . . . . 8

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LIBRARY MANAGEMENT

Practical Tips for Developing Your Staff

FORTHCOMING

Tracey Pratchett and Gil Young with Carol Brooks, Lisa Jeskins and Helen Monagle

2016 | 224pp Pb | £49.95 9781783300181 Hb | £99.95 9781783301805 eBook 9781783301812

This book offers innovative tips and tried-and-tested best practice to enable library and knowledge workers to take control of professional development regardless of the budget and time available to them.

The Facet Library Management Collection This Collection contains the following books:

2015 | 2528pp 10 vol set | £525 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783300907

• Library Management in Disruptive Times • Leading Libraries • Management Basics for Information Professionals, 3rd edn. • Assessing Service Quality, 3rd edn. • Being an Information Innovator • Leadership • Managing Information Services • Supervising and Leading Teams in ILS • The No-nonsense Guide to Project Management • Managing Stress and Conflict in Libraries

Library Management in Disruptive Times

Skills and knowledge for an uncertain future Edited by Steve O'Connor, Charles Sturt University 2015 | 176pp Pb | £59.95 9781783300211 eBook 9781783302369

“... coherently demonstrates that libraries are operating in disruptive times and offers a plethora of ideas about how libraries should be managed in order to thrive... offers insightful analysis from thought leaders in a number of key areas, which should help any library manager.” - Alexandria

Leading Libraries

How to create a service culture

Wyoma vanDuinkerken and Wendi Arant Kaspar, both at Texas A&M University

2015 | 192pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300655

“... probably one of the best books on leadership in libraries...It is a great resource not only for librarians who are already in leadership positions but for those who wish to lead who may not be quite ready to do so.” - Against the Grain

The No-nonsense Guide to Project Management Barbara Allan, author and trainer

Series: Practical Tips for Library and Information Professionals

“Practical Tips for Developing Your Staff is a methodical guide written by information professionals, for information professionals and librarians. Chapters offer a wide array of activities and tools to help professionals in the field tap the full potential of their staff ... Highly recommended.” - Midwest Book Review

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Jul 2017 | 256pp Pb | £54.95 9781783302031 Hb | £109.95 9781783302048 eBook 9781783302055

This book provides a ‘no-nonsense’ guide to project management which will enable library and information professionals to lead or take part in a wide range of projects from large-scale multi-organization complex projects through to relatively simple local ones.

Barbara Allan has fully revised and updated her classic 2004 title, Project Management, to incorporate considerable developments during the past decade, including: the development and wide-scale acceptance of formal project management methodologies; the use of social media to communicate and disseminate information about projects and the large shift in the types of project library and information workers may be involved in. The text is supported by practical case studies drawn from a wide range of LIS organizations at local, regional, national and international levels. These examples provide an insight into good practice for the practitioner, from an individual working in a voluntary organization on an extremely limited budget, to someone involved in an international project. Content covered includes:

• an introduction to project management, project workers and the library and information profession • different approaches to project management, the project cycle, the people side of projects and management of change • discussion of project methodologies, project management software, open source software, collaborative working software and use of social media • project initiation, communication, analysis and project briefs • developing project infra-structure, scheduling, working out the finances and carrying out a detailed risk analysis • implementation, monitoring and reporting and identifying potential problems • current approaches to funding, bidding and tendering, and taking part in audits • working in partnerships, in diverse and virtual teams, and managing change.

Readership: If you are an LIS professional involved in project work of any kind, whether on a managerial, practical, academic or research level, this is an invaluable resource for you. BESTSELLER

Better Library and Learning Space Projects, trends, ideas

Edited by Les Watson, Library and Learning Consultant

2013 | 304pp Pb | £59.95 9781856047630 eBook 9781856049726 2013 | 224pp Pb | £59.95 9781856048286 eBook 9781856049634

“If you are building a new library or examining your current library spaces, this book should be on your must-read list.” - Australian Library Journal

The No-nonsense Guide to Training in Libraries Barbara Allan, author and trainer

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COPYRIGHT · MARKETING

18 6TH EDITION

Marketing with Social Media

Copyright

Edited by Beth C Thomsett-Scott, University of North Texas

Interpreting the law for libraries, archives and information services Graham P Cornish, independent copyright advisor and trainer 2015 | 224pp Pb | £54.95 9781856049702 eBook 9781783300815

Review of a previous edition

“Cornish makes copyright easier to understand and apply. A must for any library.” - Library Management

Practical Copyright for Library and Information Professionals

2013 | 176pp Pb | £59.95 9781783300013

BESTSELLER

2015 | 224pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300617

NEW

The Facet Copyright Collection 2 This Collection contains the following books:

Jul 2017 | 1136pp 4 vol set | £195 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783302697 2012 | 160pp Pb | £59.95 9781856048040 eBook 9781856048866

3RD EDITION

2012 | 288pp Pb | £54.95 9781856047692

• Copyright for Archivists and Records Managers, 5th edn. Tim Padfield • Practical Copyright for Library and Information Professionals Paul Pedley • Copyright, 6th edn. Graham P Cornish • Copyright and E-learning, 2nd edn. Jane Secker with Chris Morrison

The No-nonsense Guide to Legal Issues in Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing Charles Oppenheim, independent author, speaker and consultant

Essential Law for Information Professionals

Paul Pedley, independent copyright trainer and author

Also of interest

Copyright and E-learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Copyright for Archivists and Records Managers . . . . . . . 9

Social Media for Creative Libraries Phil Bradley, information specialist, internet consultant and conference speaker

Paul Pedley, independent copyright trainer and author “You can use the book in two ways – to grab off the shelf to answer a copyright question quickly or to sit down with and the links to further reading online. Either way, you will come away more enlightened and confident about copyright. I would recommend the book to anyone with an interest in copyright.” - CILIP CLSIG Journal

“This guide demonstrates how social media technologies have made it possible for any library to market itself with little or no cost – all that is needed is an interest in social media marketing and the motivation to get started. This guide is certainly a very good starting point.” - Elucidate

2015 | 256pp Pb | £49.95 9781856047135 eBook 9781783300679

BESTSELLER

2012 | 240pp Pb | £59.95 9781856048064 eBook 9781856048897

FORTHCOMING 2ND EDITION

“...a practical and simple, yet honest and accessible mix of the good, the bad and the ugly.” - Alexandria

The Library Marketing Toolkit Ned Potter, University of York

Marketing Your Library’s Electronic Resources

A how-to-do-it manual for librarians

Marie R. Kennedy and Cheryl M. LaGuardia

When front line librarians improve awareness of underutilized resources, thereby increasing demand for more of the same, it can also encourage increased funding for the library. The authors’ evidence-based approach Aug 2017 | 192pp Pb | £59.95 to effectively promoting electronic resources made the 9781783302673 previous edition of this guide a bestseller. Newly expanded and updated, this manual shows library marketing staff how to get the job done from beginning to end and in a variety of library settings. Comprehensive yet to the point, this book includes:

• seven complete programs from both public and academic libraries • an examination of the e-resource life cycle • cutting edge guidance on COUNTER usage reports and other web analytics • advice on making the most of marketing opportunities from learning management systems, discovery services, LibGuides, and more • a step-by-step organization guide, with a variety of feedback and assessment forms which can be used as models • numerous examples of well-executed plans and outcomes.

Readership: This book’s flexible, step-by-step layout makes it an ideal resource for a wide range of learning styles, institutional environments, and levels of marketing experience.

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TEXTBOOKS Foundations of the Information Sciences

Series Editors: David Bawden, Lyn Robinson, both at City University London, UK and Jonathan Furner, UCLA, USA

FORTHCOMING 2ND EDITION

Information Resource Description Creating and managing metadata

Philip Hider, Charles Sturt University

Jan 2018 | 240pp Pb | £54.95 9781783302239 Hb | £109.95 9781783302246 eBook 9781783302253

This new edition offers a fully updated and expanded overview of the field of information organization, examining the description of information resources as both a product and process of the contemporary digital environment.

Information Resource Description, 2nd edition explains how the various elements and values of descriptive metadata support a set of common information retrieval functions across a wide range of environments. Through this unifying framework, the book provides an integrated commentary of the various fields and practices of information organization carried out by today’s information professionals and end-users. Key topics and updates to the first edition include:

• discussion of big data vs the traditional database model • an introduction to and application of the FRBR-LRM user tasks • expanded coverage of scholarly repositories and questions around Open Access • a new section on the history of information organization • expanded discussion of the functions, economics and management of metadata • a new section on mobile access.

Readership: This book will be useful reading for LIS students taking information organization courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, information professionals wishing to specialise in this field, and existing metadata specialists who wish to update their knowledge. BESTSELLER

Introduction to Information Science

David Bawden and Lyn Robinson, both at City University London

2012 | 384pp Pb | £49.95 9781856048101 eBook 9781783300761

2014 | 256pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300020

“...the best introduction to information science available at present.” - Birger Hjorland, Royal School of Library and Information Science

FORTHCOMING

A guide to key literature and sources

Michael F Bemis, freelance researcher and writer

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Introduction to Documentation Studies Niels Lund, University of Tromsø

This groundbreaking new book introduces and demonstrates the value and relevance of a new approach to the documentation, communication and information field, complementary to the traditional library, information and archival sciences. It offers an Dec 2017 | 256pp Pb | £59.95 introduction to documentation studies - a new 9781783301898 discipline within the overall information studies umbrella Hb | £119.95 - and gives a broad and general theory for 9781783301904 documentation. It outlines the historical background eBook 9781783302536 and the theoretical foundation for the discipline by giving insight into documentation issues and processes from early modern society to today's digital age: not only in the context of academic study, but also in the practice of documentation, both in everyday life and in professional life. Key topics covered include: • • • • • • • •

Human life in a documentation perspective Documentation in theory Documentation: a conceptual history A complementary theory of documentation A model for documentation analysis Documentation in practice: 6 case studies Documentation in society The science and profession of documentation.

Readership: This book will be pivotal reading for students (advanced undergraduate and graduate), researchers, and faculty in library science, information science, records management, publishing, media studies, cultural studies, archival studies, and information systems. It will also be of interest to thoughtful professionals in libraries, archives, records and media.

Introduction to Information Behaviour Nigel Ford, Sheffield University

“...Nigel Ford has managed to maintain academic rigour in his analysis of the research that has been carried out whilst also writing a book that will be of great value to students of any information-related discipline.” - Martin White, Sheffield University

2015 | 272pp Pb | £49.95 9781856048507 eBook 9781783301843

The book introduces the key concepts, issues and themes of information behaviour, illustrates them using key research studies, and provides a clear path through the complex maze of theories and models. The book is structured to move from the basics to the more complex and employs the pedagogical device of “THINK” boxes which invite the reader to think about concepts as they are introduced in order to consolidate their understanding before moving on. Case studies are included throughout the text and each chapter concludes with a round-up of what has been covered, highlighting the implications for professional information practice. 2010 | 256pp Pb | £49.95 9781856046626 eBook 9781856049993

Library and Information Science

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6TH EDITION

Understanding Healthcare Information

Lyn Robinson, City University London

2013 | 240pp Pb | £54.95 9781856048187 eBook 9781856049597

The Information Society

A study of continuity and change

John Feather, Loughborough University

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TEXTBOOKS

20 FORTHCOMING

The Facet LIS Textbook Collection 2 This Collection contains the following books:

Dec 2017 | 4518pp 12 vol set | £590 (includes 10% off combined book prices) 9781783302703

4TH EDITION

· Introduction to Information Science David Bawden and Lyn Robinson · Research Methods in Information, 2nd edn. Alison Jane Pickard · Exploring Digital Libraries Karen Calhoun · Information Resource Description, 2nd edn. Philip Hider Introduction to Information Behaviour Nigel Ford · Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval, 3rd edn. G G Chowdhury · Management Basics for Information Professionals, 3rd edn. G Edward Evans and Camilia A Alire · Fundamentals of Collection Development and Management, 3rd edn. Peggy Johnson · Reference and Information Services, 4th edn. Kay Ann Cassell and Uma Hiremath · The Information Society, 6th edn. John Feather · Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval, 2nd edn. David Haynes Introduction to Documentation Studies Niels Lund

Foundations of Library and Information Science

Richard E Rubin, formerly Kent State University

2016 | 648pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300846

2ND EDITION

Information 2.0

Martin De Saulles, University of Brighton

Managing Records

A handbook of principles and practice

Elizabeth Shepherd and Geoffrey Yeo, both at University of London

Records and Information Management

Patricia C Franks, San Jose State University

2013 | 448pp Pb | £54.95 9781856048361

NEW

2ND EDITION

“I encourage anyone participating in the archives and records management field today or considering entering an Archives & Records Administration program to acquire this volume. I am sure many library and information science programs will quickly be adopting Records and Information Management as a core text.” - Technicalities

Archives

Principles and practices

Laura A Millar, independent consultant Review of previous edition:

May 2017 | 352pp Pb | £49.95 9781783302062 Hb | £99.95 9781783302079 eBook 9781783302086

“Rubin excels at providing everything working library professionals and those desiring to become library professionals need to know.” - VOYA

New models of information production, distribution and consumption

2015 | 192pp Pb | £49.95 9781783300099 eBook 9781783300785

2002 | 144pp Pb | £49.95 9781856043700 eBook 9781856049788

“...an excellent guide to archives management for all those who work in and with archives - it will also serve as an indispensable student textbook for many years to come.” - Business Archives

Information Governance and Assurance Reducing risk, promoting policy

Alan MacLennan, Robert Gordon University

2014 | 192p Pb | £54.95 9781856049405 eBook 9781783300280

“Keenly aware of the rapidly shifting landscape of ICT, this book examines the diverse types of information created and consumed today; the role of data in society, from personal uses to mass governmental and business initiatives; the history of information technology over the past half century; and the exponentially expanding networks of corporate and governmental actors that control the access and management of ICT.” - Digital Scholarship in the Humanities

“This is one of the few books that brings together the concepts of records and information management and information security and is a really solid introduction to the way in which the various information disciplines, whether concerned with security and protection or reuse and optimisation, need to come together to ensure that information remains useful yet is appropriately secured to minimise risk.” - Records Management Journal

Archives and Recordkeeping Theory into practice

Edited by Caroline Brown, University of Dundee

2013 | 224p Pb | £54.95 9781856048255 ebook 9781783300044

“ ...described on its back cover as “essential reading for students and educators” in the field. I could not agree with this more. If you are a professor of archives or recordkeeping courses, put this book on your syllabus. If you are a student preparing to enter the profession, pick this book up.” - American Archivist

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Is Digital Different?

TEXTBOOKS

How information creation, capture, preservation and discovery are being transformed

2015 | 224pp Pb | £54.95 9781856048545 eBook 9781783302376

2ND EDITION

2014 | 608pp Pb | £64.95 9781856048323

2ND EDITION

“This is a useful compilation of many of the important considerations of how to manage digital content in the present environment.” - Technical Services Quarterly

Essential Classification

“The book’s greatest strengths are its focus exclusively on classification (i.e. without the descriptive cataloguing element), a strong theoretical component, and greater focus on UDC. The additional inclusion of profuse examples, exercises (with answers), and bulleted summaries makes the book useful as an introductory library science text, a selflearning manual, or a refresher.” - ARBA

Maxwell's Handbook for RDA

Explaining and illustrating RDA: Resource Description and Access using MARC21 Robert L Maxwell, Brigham Young University

FORTHCOMING

Mar 2018 | 288pp Pb | £54.95 9781783302604 Hb | £109.95 9781783302611 eBook 9781783302628

“The second edition of this book represents much more than a serviceable update to the first edition, published in 2008. Zeng and Qin have significantly revised their thinking about metadata construction, application, usability, and sustainability. As a result, the current edition of this seminal resource represents a radical and necessary shift to a richer, more comprehensive analysis of metadata and its uses...A core reference work for all professionals and advanced students interested in the subject of metadata.” - CHOICE

Information Organization and Access

G. G. Chowdhury, Northumbria University and Sudatta Chowdhury, formerly University of Strathclyde

Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval

Understanding metadata and it’s use David Haynes, City University

Nov 2017 | 368pp Pb | £54.95 9781856048248 Hb | £109.95 9781783301157 eBook 9781783302161

This new and updated second edition of a classic text provides a thought-provoking introduction to metadata for all library and information students and professionals.

Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval has been fully revised by David Haynes to bring it up to date with new technology and standards. The new edition, containing new chapters on metadata standards and encoding schemes, assesses the current theory and practice of metadata and examines key developments in terms of both policy and technology. Coverage includes:

• an introduction to the concept of metadata • a description of the main components of metadata systems and standards • an overview of the scope of metadata and its applications • a description of typical information retrieval issues in corporate and research environments • a demonstration of ways in which metadata is used to improve retrieval • a look at ways in which metadata is used to manage information • consideration of the role of metadata in information governance.

Readership: This book is essential reading for library and information students at undergraduate and postgraduate level and will also be useful reading for LIS professionals looking for an accessible introduction to metadata. 3RD EDITION

Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval

G G Chowdhury, Northumbria University

Metadata

Marcia Lei Zeng, Kent State University and Jian Qin, Syracuse University

2016 | 400pp Pb | £59.95 9781783300846

2ND EDITION

Edited by Barbara Endicott-Popovsky, University of Washington, Michael Moss, University of Northumbria with Marc J Dupuis, University of Washington

Vanda Broughton, University College London

2015 | 336pp Pb | £49.95 9781783300310 eBook 9781783302383

FORTHCOMING

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2010 | 528pp Pb | £54.95 9781856046947 eBook 9781783302390

“Chowdhury provides a good understanding of where much of our current systems have come from…this book would be a good resource for a basic information retrieval course.” - College & Research Libraries

Interactive Information Seeking, Behaviour and Retrieval Ian Ruthven, University of Strathclyde and Diane Kelly, University of North Carolina

2011 | 336pp Pb | £59.95 9781856047074 eBook 9781856049740

“This book is a must if one is a student or researcher new to information science and, in particular, to information retrieval (IR) interaction and multimedia research.” - JASIST

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Innovations in Information Retrieval

TEXTBOOKS

Perspectives for theory and practice

FORTHCOMING 4TH EDITION

Edited by Allen Foster and Pauline Rafferty, both at Aberystwyth University 2011 | 176pp Pb | £59.95 9781856046978 eBook 9781856049733 2016 | 256pp Pb | £54.95 9781856049412 Hb | £109.95 9781783301027 eBook 9781783301539 2015 | 256pp Pb | £54.95 9781856044844 eBook 9781783300457

2ND EDITION

“...an invaluable starting point for undergraduate and graduate information science students looking for ideas for essay and research topics” - Ariadne

Managing Digital Cultural Objects Analysis, discovery and retrieval

Edited by Allen Foster and Pauline Rafferty, both at Aberystwyth University

Information Needs Analysis

Principles and practice in information organizations

Daniel G Dorner, G E Gorman and Philip J Calvert, Victoria University of Wellington

Research Methods in Information Alison Jane Pickard, Northumbria University

2013 | 384pp Pb | £49.95 9781856048132 eBook 9781783300235

“This reference guide outlines the research process for students and practitioners in information studies, communications, records management, knowledge management, and related disciplines. It covers the three major research paradigms in information science, then reviewing the literature, defining the research, the proposal, sampling, ethics, research methods, the type of question the methods can be used for, and how to design it, including case studies, surveys, experimental research, Delphi studies, action research, historical research, and grounded theory. It also details data collection techniques (interviews, questionnaires, observation, diaries, and focus groups), and qualitative and quantitative data analysis and research presentation. The philosophy and theory behind the research is included only for context; emphasis is on the research process itself. This edition adds two chapters by guest authors on data research management and the analysis of existing documents. The chapters on usability testing and ethnography have been expanded to include ethnography and other material.” - Reference and Research Book News

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Reference and Information Services

Kay Ann Cassell, Rutgers University and Uma Hiremath, Ames Free Library

Dec 2017 | 480pp Pb | £69.95 9781783302338

Designed to complement every introductory library reference course, this is the perfect text for students and librarians looking to expand their personal reference knowledge, teaching failsafe methods for identifying important materials by matching specific types of questions to the best available sources, regardless of format.

Guided by a national advisory board of educators and practitioners, this thoroughly updated text expertly keeps up with new technologies and practices while remaining grounded in the basics of reference work. Chapters on fundamental concepts, major reference sources, and special topics provide a solid foundation; the text also offers fresh insight on core issues, including • ethics, readers’ advisory, information literacy, and other key aspects of reference librarianship; • selecting and evaluating reference materials, with strategies for • assessing and improving reference services; • guidance on conducting reference interviews with a range of different library users, including children and young adults; • a new discussion of reference as programming; • important special reference topics such as Google search, 24/7 reference, and virtual reference; and • delivering reference services across multiple platforms NEW

7TH EDITION

Successful Enquiry Answering Every Time

Thinking your way from problem to solution Tim Buckley Owen, Independent writer and trainer Apr 2017 | 192pp Pb | £49.95 9781783301935 Hb | £99.95 9781783301942 eBook 9781783302154

Now in its 7th edition, this book is fully updated to cover new skills, such as:

• employing critical thinking to manipulate, categorise and prioritise raw search results • using strategic reading and abstracting techniques to identify and summarise the essential information the enquirer needs from the retrieved documents • drawing on established story-telling practice to present research results effectively – whether orally

or in writing • working to the POWER model: plan, organise, write, edit, review.

Readership: This book is ideal for anyone who has to answer enquiries from users in any information role; those working in contact centres who are dealing with information enquiries, processing transactions or trouble-shooting technical issues; and information professionals working on enquiry desks in large or small academic, 2013 | 256pp Pb | £59.95 9781856047418 eBook 9781856049719

Research, Evaluation and Audit

Key steps in demonstrating your value

Edited by Maria J Grant, Barbara Sen and Hannah Spring

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TEXTBOOKS 3RD EDITION

Foundations, practice, prospects

Management Basics for Information Professionals

Karen Calhoun, formerly University of Pittsburgh

G Edward Evans and Camila Alire

2013 | 576pp Pb | £54.95 9781856049542

FORTHCOMING

Mar 2018 | 256pp Pb | £49.95 9781856045841 Hb | £99.95 9781783301034 eBook 9781783301782

3RD EDITION

“For anyone teaching management concepts to library and information science (LIS) students, you could find no better text to assign than Management Basics for Information Professionals. For recent graduates, and those beginning supervisory roles, this is definitely a book to keep in your office.” - SLA Leadership and Management Division

2011 | 256pp Pb | £54.95 9781856047463 eBook 9781856048972

2011 | 224pp Pb | £59.95 9781856045971 eBook 9781856049757

“Must now be considered the essential textbook for collection development and management … the first place to go for reliable and informative advice.” - Technical Services Quarterly

Collection Development in the Digital Age

Maggie Fieldhouse, University College London and Audrey Marshall, University of Brighton

Information Users and Usability in the Digital Age

G G Chowdhury, Northumbria University and Sudatta Chowdhury, formerly University of Strathclyde

“[Karen Calhoun] has done an amazing job of capturing the digital library world from the 90's to today. She does this not as some sort of annotated bibliography, but as a conceptual evolution. You can see the development of digital libraries from collections of stuff, to communities of interest. She also merges the disparate worlds of computer science and library science together in a masterful way. She uses the history to create a robust platform for understanding digital libraries today…in essence making the field feel relevant and refreshed. If you have a chance I strongly recommend the book.” - R. David Lankes

Introduction to Digital Libraries

Louise Ray, University College London and Melinda Haunton, The National Archives

Peggy Johnson, St Catherine University

2014 | 400pp Pb | £54.95 9781856049375

2014 | 352pp Pb | £54.95 9781856048200 eBook 9781783300297

Management Skills for Archivists and Records Managers

Fundamentals of Collection Development and Management

Exploring Digital Libraries

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G G Chowdhury, Northumbria University and Sudatta Chowdhury, formerly University of Strathclyde

2002 | 384pp Pb | £54.95 9781856044653

3RD EDITION

“...highly recommended as a core textbook for students of digital librarianship and related courses, as well as for essential reading for practitioners and researchers in the field of digital libraries.” - Online Information Review

Building Your Portfolio The CILIP guide

Edited by Kath Owen, formerly Chair of Professional Registration and Accreditation Board, CILIP and Margaret Watson, formerly President of CILIP

Building a portfolio is key to recording and demonstrating this professional development, and 2015 | 160pp gaining official recognition in the form of CILIP Pb | £39.95 9781783300204 Professional Registration. Set out in a user-friendly eBook format, and covering each element of a portfolio, 9781783300723 Building Your Portfolio: The CILIP guide is packed with examples, useful hints and tips, personal contributions from successful applicants, web links, and further reading to help you develop a topnotch portfolio. The role of the VLE, new submission routes including esubmission and the new route to Revalidation are all clearly explained. Readership: The book will be vital reading for all library and information practitioners working towards any of the three levels of CILIP Professional Registration (Certification, Chartership, Fellowship), candidates for Revalidation and those beginning their first job in the sector. It will also be useful for mentors, employers of library and information staff, students of library and information science, and others interested in effectively recording their continuing professional development.

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SYSTEMS & TECHNOLOGY

24 NEW

M-Libraries 5

Fundamentals of Electronic Resources Management

From devices to people

Edited by Gill Needham, Open University Library and Mohamed Ally, Athabasca University

Alana Verminski, Bailey/Howe Library, University of Vermont and Kelly Marie Blanchat, Yale University Library

Mar 2017 | 264pp Pb | £54.95 9781783302307

Electronic resources management is a dynamic and ever-changing area of librarianship. Fundamentals of Electronic Resources Management cuts through the complexity of the role and offers advice on methods, tools and workflows with emphasis on the interconnection between workflows and systems.

Content covered includes:

• the full range of purchasing options, from unbundling package subscriptions to pay per view • evaluating both new content and current resources • common clauses in licensing agreements and what they mean • selecting and managing open access resources • understanding methods of e-resources access authentication • using a triage approach to troubleshoot electronic resources access issues • the basic principles of usage statistics, and ways to use COUNTER reports when evaluating renewals • tips for activating targets in a knowledge base • marketing tools and techniques • clear explanations of jargon, important terms, and acronyms.

Readership: This guide will prove invaluable, both as an introduction for those preparing to enter the field, as well as a ready reference for current practitioners.

More Library Mashups

Exploring new ways to deliver library data

2015 | 224pp Pb | £64.95 9781783300341 eBook 9781783300730

• best practice for the use of mobile technologies in libraries • challenges and strategies involved in embracing mobile innovation for the impact of ubiquitous and wearable technologies on the future of libraries • harnessing the future for teaching and learning with mobile technologies • mobile technologies enhancing information access for all and pursuing the millennium development goals.

Technology Disaster Response and Recovery Planning Edited by Mary Mallery, Montclair State University

2015 | 120pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300549

Edited by Nicole C Engard, Content Strategist at Red Hat

2014 | 352pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300358

“The whole book is packed with ideas and recommendations for ways to add value to library data. Each chapter is a case study of a library mashup that has been successfully carried out and the contributors explain their projects in an inspiring and positive way, giving us the detail needed to replicate their work and learn from their mistakes. There are instructions, screen shots, code snippets and project plans, and many of the case studies provide us with direct links to access their code in GitHub.” - Serials Librarian

The Network Reshapes the Library

Lorcan Dempsey on libraries, services, and networks Lorcan Dempsey, OCLC 2014 | 320pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300419

Edited by Kenneth J Varnum, University of Michigan

“Dempsey is a master of assessing emerging trends, providing an overview, separating what is important from what may simply be a passing fad and contextualising all of this within the complex information environment. - Library and Information Research

This up-to-date showcase of the innovative and inspiring work that libraries are doing across the world to interact with their users and deliver resources via mobile devices features a foreword from Joan K Lippincott and explores the following themes:

“This guide makes a compelling argument for the value of technology disaster planning and supplies guidance on how to get started.” - Library Journal

The Top Technologies Every Librarian Needs to Know A LITA guide

Edited by Kenneth J Varnum, University of Michigan 2014 | 144pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300334

“Contains excellent advice about defining the library’s context, goals, needs, and abilities as a means of discerning which technologies to adopt” - Technical Services Quarterly

Customer-Based Collection Development An overview

Edited by Karl Bridges, Idaho State University

2014 | 208pp Pb | £54.95 9781856049313

“Its title defies tradition, using the word ‘customers’ for the audience of students and faculty who populate virtually all college and university libraries … Academic library bibliographers and selectors need to read this book. It offers evidence that patron-driven acquisition of e-books is succeeding. Perhaps, it is due, at least in part, to the immediate gratification it affords - the library equivalent of Amazon.com’s 'buy with one click.’ Think about what that has meant for Amazon.” - Technicalities

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CHILDREN’S, YOUTH & SCHOOL LIBRARIES 2ND EDITION

The Innovative School Librarian

NEW

Sharon Markless, Elizabeth Bentley, Sarah Pavey, Sue Shaper, Sally Todd and Carol Webb

2016 | 224pp Pb | £54.95 9781783300556 Hb | £109.95 9781783301065 eBook 9781783301478

“The format of this second edition is apparently similar to that of the first (2009), with the regular use of short scenarios or ‘vignettes’ used frequently within each chapter to illustrate new subjects. This approach is designed to increase the readability of the text (in which it succeeds) while aiming to offer examples of ‘real-life’ everyday situations for those managing libraries in secondary schools. The contributors note that the vignettes are drawn from comments and queries on the popular School Librarian Network, and this gives them a ring of authenticity.” - Ariadne

Written by current leaders in the field, each chapter addresses the practical issues facing school librarians. This new edition has been fully updated to incorporate curriculum revisions, resource changes, developments in the use and integration of technology and new routes into the profession. It aims to inspire and enable school librarians to think creatively about their work and the community in which they operate. Key topics covered include: • • • • • •

the librarian's vision and values bridging the gap between different visions for the school library identifying and understanding your community making a positive response to change keeping inspired and inspiring others in the library integrating the library into teaching and learning.

Readership: School librarians, practitioners in schools library services, LIS students, headteachers, educational thinkers, public library managers and local government officers.

Library Services from Birth to Five Delivering the best start

Edited by Carolynn Rankin and Avril Brock, both at Leeds Metropolitan University

2015 | 224pp Pb | £59.95 9781783300082 eBook 9781783300808

2011 | 288pp Pb | £59.95 9781856047470 eBook 9781856049238

2012 | 272pp Pb | £59.95 9781856047128 eBook 9781856048989

“Language and literacy development are the primary focus of this textbook...Case studies of programs aimed at newborn through five-yearold children are supplemented by the theory and research that back the foundations of the library programs....Other authors contributed to this book, providing other professional views of the importance of teamwork among librarians, educators, parents, and caregivers. Giving value to local culture, language, and heritage is stressed... recommended for educators and students in an academic setting.” - Library Journal

Read to Succeed

Strategies to engage children and young people in reading for pleasure Edited by Joy Court

Library Services for Children and Young People

Jun 2017 | 256pp Pb | £54.95 9781783302093 Hb | £109.95 9781783302109 eBook 9781783302116

Reading by Right

Successful strategies to ensure every child can read to succeed

Edited by Joy Court, CILIP CKG Working Party Chair With a foreword by Chris Riddell, former Children’s Laureate

Literacy has now been recognized as a human right for over 50 years in several international declarations and initiatives. Every child has a right to read and we have a social responsibility, as parents, teachers, librarians, publishers, booksellers, campaigners and policy makers to ensure that they are able to exercise that right.

Reading by Right: Successful strategies to ensure every child can read to succeed provides a collection of chapters from international experts covering aspects of overcoming reading difficulties or reading reluctance in children and young people. The book reveals strategies that are proving effective in overcoming barriers to reading from birth to teens, looking at practices and projects from around the globe and revealing some common principles and drivers that have generated success. Content covered includes:

• an examination of the current state of reading in the UK and internationally and what the latest research tells us about children who are failing to read • how youngsters become ‘reluctant readers’ and how to improve the situation for everyone • examples of successful projects from the Republic of Korea and Finland – countries that consistently perform well in reading tests and international league tables • analysis of diversity in publishing and children’s books, drawing on expertise from authors and publishers.

Readership: This book will be valuable for readers from all those professions that engage with young people and families and with the development of literacy, including librarians; teachers; service managers; consultants and other professional practitioners; and also to concerned parents. 3RD EDITION

CILIP Guidelines for Secondary School Libraries

Edited by Sue Shaper, The Broxbourne School

2014 | 146pp Pb | £49.95 9781856049696 eBook 9781783300303

“It provides a flexible and considered approach to the work of the secondary school librarian. It encourages them to work and to strive to achieve more whatever their level. An invaluable resource and source of information this book should be on the professional shelf of every secondary school librarian.” - Library and Information Research

Also of interest

Critical Literacy for Information Professionals . . . . . . . . . 2

Emerging Strategies for Supporting Student Learning. . . 1 The Makerspace Librarian's Sourcebook. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Metaliteracy in Practice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Teaching Information Literacy Reframed . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Challenges and opportunities in the digital age Edited by Carolynn Rankin and Avril Brock

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RARE BOOKS, SPECIAL COLLECTIONS & MUSEUMS

26 FORTHCOMING

Valuing your Collection

A practical guide for museums, libraries and archives

NEW

2ND EDITION

Alison Cullingford, University of Bradford

Freda Matassa, Director, Matassa Toffolo

Sep 2017 | 288pp Pb | £59.95 9781783301874 Hb | £119.95 9781783301881 eBook 9781783302147

This book will address the issues around valuing objects in cultural collections, ranging from high-value to low or no-value, including practical advice on how to assign values and examples from museums, libraries and archives.

The subject of valuation has always been challenging for museums and public collections and is becoming more urgent as monetary values of many items continue to break records. There is an increase in lending and borrowing, meaning more loans which require a value for insurance, whilst recent government initiatives such as Lifetime Giving mean that donations to the nation need to have a monetary value for tax purposes. At a time when loans and exhibitions are expanding to all corners of the world, while lenders are becoming more risk-averse, Valuing your Collection will address the issues and offer some solutions. Content covered includes: • • • • •

definitions of value and consideration of legal aspects guides to assigning value to individual objects and entire collections valuation, auctions and dealers analysis of real life case studies an explanation of the UK government valuation panel and the findings of the recent EU valuation report.

Readership: Museum staff, cultural heritage students, librarians, archivists, private collectors and anyone who needs practical guidance on valuation. 3RD EDITION

Directory of Rare Book and Special Collections in the UK and Republic of Ireland

2016 | 752pp Hb | £175 9781783300167 eBook 9781783301485

Organizing Exhibitions

The Handbook covers all aspects of special collections work: preservation, developing collections, understanding objects, emergency planning, security, legal and ethical concerns, cataloguing, digitization, marketing, outreach, teaching, impact, advocacy and fundraising. New to this edition:

• coverage of new standards and concepts including unique and distinctive collections (UDCs), The Leeds Typology, Archive Accreditation, PD 5454:2012 and PAS 197 • discussion of the major changes to laws affecting special collections including UK copyright law relating to library/archive exception and orphan works and forthcoming changes to data protection in the EU • exploration of new trends in research including the rise of digital humanities, open access, the impact agenda and the REF • updates to the sections on marketing, audience development and fundraising to include social media, customer journey mapping and crowdsourcing and more • consideration of impact and indicators, digitization and new skills frameworks from CILIP and RBMS.

Readership: Anyone working with special collections or rare books in libraries, archives, museums, galleries and other heritage organizations, LIS students and academics.

Rare Books and Special Collections

Sidney E Berger, Peabody Essex Museum

2014 | 552pp Pb | £89.95 9781783300150

A handbook for museums, libraries and archives

2014 | 256pp Pb | £59.95 9781856049450 eBook 9781856040273

“A tour de force compendium of accurate, carefully evaluated information concerning rare books as physical objects and the complex accountabilities associated with special collections librarianship…will serve as an excellent textbook for library school students and employees learning on the job, and could do much to raise standards for directing special collections departments nationally.” - Technical Services Quarterly

Museum Collections Management

Freda Matassa, Director, Matassa Toffolo

“...a thorough work and key procedures are well covered...The detailed ‘step by step’ approach, supported by the sample documentation, provides an excellent grounding that can be easily adapted to a number of circumstances.” - Archives and Records

“...thoroughly 'user friendly' in organization and presentation, making it certain that all libraries and library systems should have a copy of The Special Collections Handbook in their professional instructional reference collections.” - Library Bookwatch

2016 | 336pp Pb | £59.95 9781783301263 Hb | £119.95 9781783301270 eBook 9781783301287

Edited by Karen Attar, Senate House

“...reveals the treasures to be found in the rare books and special collections in the UK and the Republic of Ireland...Attar’s organizational achievement is phenomenal...Internet links are ephemeral and dependent on those who host them; this printed book gives us some guarantee of permanence.” - Times Literary Supplement

The Special Collections Handbook

A handbook

Freda Matassa, Director, Matassa Toffolo

2011 | 272pp Pb | £59.95 9781856047012 eBook 9781856048699

“...an excellent up-to-date resource for collection managers and other people working and aspiring to work in the cultural heritage sector. It is a book that every museum should have in the office.” - Managing Information

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INDEX A

Alexander, Ben. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Alire, Camila A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Allan, Barabara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 17 Ally, Mohamed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Altman, Ellen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Altmetrics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Anderson, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Arant-Kasper, Wendi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 20 Archives and Recordkeeping . . . . . . . . . . 20 Assessing Service Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Attar, Karen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, 26 B

Bastian, Jeannette A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Bawden, David. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Being Evidence Based in Library and Information Practice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Bemis, Michael F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Bent, Moira J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Bentley, Elizabeth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Berger, Sidney E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Better Library and Learning Space . . 15, 17 Blanchat, Kelly Marie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Blanchett, Helen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Bradley, Phil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, 18 Brecher Cook, Dani . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Brenndorfer, Thomas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Brettle, Alison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Bridges, Karl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Brock, Carolynn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Brooks, Carol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Broughton, Vanda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 21 Brown, Caroline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 20 Brown, Nicole E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Building Your Portfolio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Buckley Owen, Tim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 22 Burkhardt, Joanna M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Bussert, Kaila. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 C Calhoun, Karen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Calvert, Philip J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 22 Carruthers, Caroline. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Cassell, Kay Ann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 The Chief Data Officer’s Playbook. . . . . . 16 Chowdhury, G G. . . . . . 5, 11, 14, 15, 21, 23 Chowdhury, Sudatta . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 21, 23 CILIP Guidelines for Secondary School Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Cloonan, Michele V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Coleman, Lynn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Collaboration in Libraries and Learning Environments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Collection Development in the Digital Age 23 Community Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 The Complete Guide to Personal Digital Archiving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Coonan, Emma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Copeland, Andrea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Copyright . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Copyright and E-learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Copyright for Archivists and Records Managers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Cornish, Graham P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Court, Joy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Critical Literacy for Information Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Crockett, Margaret . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Cullingford, Alison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Cultural Heritage Information . . . . . . . . . . 14 Customer-based Collection Development 24 D The Data Librarian’s Handbook . . . . . . 4, 16 De Saulles, Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Delivering Impact with Digital Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 15 Delivering Research Data Management Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Delve, Janet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Dempsey, Lorcan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Developing Digital Scholarship . . . . . . . . . 4 Digital Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Digital Curation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Digital Humanities in Practice . . . . . . . . . 15 Digital Libraries and Information Access . 15 Digital Literacy Unpacked . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Directory of Rare Book and Special Collections in the UK and Republic of Ireland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, 26 Dobreva, Milena. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 15 Dorner, Daniel G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 22 Dugan, Robert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Dupuis, Marc J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15, 21 Dyki, Judy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Dynamic Research Support in Academic Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 E

Emerging Strategies for Supporting Student Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Endicott-Popovsky, Barbara. . . . . . . . 15, 21 Engaging with Records and Archives . . . . 8 Engard, Nicole C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Eshleman, Joe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Essential Classification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Essential Law for Information Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Evaluating the Impact of Your Library . . . 13

Evans, G Edward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Expert Internet Searching . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Exploring Digital Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Exploring Discovery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 F

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Information 2.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Information Governance and Assurance . 20 Information Literacy in the Workplace . . . . 1 Information Needs Analysis . . . . . . . . 13, 22 Information Organization and Access 11, 21 Information Resource Description . . . . . . 19 The Information Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Information Users and Usability in the Digital Age . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Innovations in Information Retrieval. . . . . 22 Inskip, Charles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 The Innovative School Librarian . . . . . . . 25 Interactive Information Seeking, Behaviour and Retrieval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Introduction to Digital Libraries . . . . . . . . 23 Introduction to Documentation Studies . . 19 Introduction to Information Behaviour . . . 19 Introduction to Information Science . . . . . 19 Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 iResearch series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Is Digital Different?. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15, 21 Ivacs, Gabriella . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 J Jackson, Peter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Jacobson, Trudi E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Jeskins, Lisa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Johnson, Peggy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Johnson, Valerie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Jones, Ed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Jones, Sarah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

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