Transforming research libraries for the global knowledge society / edited by Barbara I. Dewey.

"This forward-looking new resource explores the future of research libraries, academic librarianship, and research collections. Editor Barbara I. Dewey, the Dean of Libraries at University of Tennessee, Knoxville, compiles a team of leading experts to address a broad range of key concepts and i...

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Other Authors: Dewey, Barbara I.
Format: Book
Published: Oxford : Chandos Pub., 2010.
Series:Chandos information professional series.
Table of Contents:
  • Transforming research libraries : an introduction / Barbara I. Dewey
  • Advancing from Kumbaya to radical collaboration : redefining the future research library / James G. Neal
  • Will universities still need libraries (or librarians) in 2020? / Graham Jefcoate
  • Transforming research libraries : piano, piano, si va lontano / Jennifer A. Younger
  • The transformation of academic libraries in China / Anthony W. Ferguson
  • Organizational and strategic alignment for academic libraries / Brinley Franklin
  • Building key relationships with senior campus administrators / Jeffrey G. Trzeciak
  • Partnerships and connections / Nancy Noe, Bonnie MacEwan
  • Common spaces, common ground : shaping intercultural experiences in the learning commons / Allison S. Bolorizadeh, Rita H. Smith
  • New modes of scholarly communication : implications of Web 2.0 in the context of research dissemination / Gunilla Widen
  • Coming home : scholarly publishing returns to the university / Linda L. Phillips
  • Confronting challenges of documentation in the digital world : the Human Rights Documentation Initiative at the University of Texas / Fred Heath [and others].