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Adult Programs in the Library
Brett W. Lear
American Library Association, 2013

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Adults Just Wanna Have Fun
Programs for Emerging Adults
Audrey Barbakoff
American Library Association, 2016

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Affordable Course Materials
Electronic Textbooks and Open Educational Resources
Chris Diaz
American Library Association, 2017

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Alison Macrina
American Library Association, 2019

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Answers to the Health Questions People Ask in Libraries
A Medical Library Association Guide
American Library Association
American Library Association, 2008

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Applying Library Values To Emerging Technology
Pub #72
Peter D. Fernandez
Assoc of College & Research Libraries, 2018

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Archives in Libraries
Jeannette A. Bastian
Society of American Archivists, 2015
Many libraries have archives, which serve a distinct function, albeit in a shared setting. Reconciling differences between archivists and librarians has been a long-standing issue for the information professions in the United States. Today more than ever, librarians and archivists need to understand one another and harmonize their divergent but complementary professional paths. ARCHIVES IN LIBRARIES: WHAT LIBRARIANS AND ARCHIVISTS NEED TO KNOW TO WORK TOGETHER builds a bridge toward that harmonization, suggesting ways in which archivists working in libraries can better negotiate their relationships with the institution and with their library colleagues. It also helps librarians and library directors better understand archival work by providing overviews of archival concepts, policies, and best practices. Vignettes and interviews throughout the book articulate similarities and points of departure between libraries and archives while highlighting the issues and offering solutions to practical problems.

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Archives in Libraries
What Librarians and Archivists Need to Know to Work Together
Megan Sniffin-Marinoff
American Library Association, 2017

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Artificial Intelligence In Libraries And Publishing
Ruth Pickering
Against the Grain, LLC, 2022
What is the current state of artificial intelligence (AI) in the world of scholarly communication? What impact does AI have on the practices and strategies of publishers, libraries, information technology companies, and researchers? What exactly is AI and what are those in the realm of scholarly communication actually thinking about it and doing with it?

This Charleston Briefing seeks to provide some answers to these very important questions, offering both general essays on AI and more specific essays on AI in scholarly publishing, academic libraries, and AI in information discovery and knowledge building. The essays will help publishers, librarians, and researchers better understand the actual impact of AI on libraries and publishing so that they can respond to the potentially transformative impact of AI in a measured and knowledgeable manner.

Charleston Briefings: Trending Topics for Information Professionals is a thought-provoking series of brief books concerning innovation in the sphere of libraries, publishing, and technology in scholarly communication. The briefings, growing out of the vital conversations characteristic of the Charleston Conference and Against the Grain, will offer valuable insights into the trends shaping our professional lives and the institutions in which we work.

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Audiobooks for Youth
A Practical Guide to Sound Literature
Mary Burkey
American Library Association, 2012

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