Volume 20, Number 2 (2001)

 

Recent Submissions

  • Bartheld, Eric (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
    In some ways, a university library is the only game in town: academic research libraries exist to serve students and faculty. Where else will a faculty member go to obtain an article in ChemAbstracts? Or where else can ...
  • Indiana Libraries (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
  • Blackstead, Katharina J. (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
    Stewardship, a close relative of donor/prospect cultivation, is the ongoing appreciation and provision of information to benefactors and a critical element in institutional advancement. But stewardship is more than ...
  • Swisher, Linda (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
    Have you ever read a newspaper and wondered how the advertisements fit next to the stories? Have you watched television and thought, “How do they sandwich the commercials between the shows?” Surprise No. 1: advertising ...
  • Campbell, Stanley M. (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
    What can you say about a small library and not make it suspiciously reminiscent of a eulogy? Most are under-funded, understaffed, under-maintained, and often neglected by those communities served. The small community ...
  • Colborn, Nancy Wootton (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
    Want to get the word out about your library, but have no idea where to start? Don’t have time to re-invent the wheel? This listing of websites, books, and journal articles will provide you with the best resources for ...
  • Byers, Jo Ann (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
    Senior citizens are an important segment of the Warsaw Community Public Library’s (WCPL) constituency. We are constantly looking for ways to reach out to them and to encourage them to use our services, whether or not they ...
  • Indiana Libraries (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
  • Indiana Libraries (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
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    Indiana Libraries (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
  • Crowe, Michelle (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
    “… If the circus is coming to town and you paint a sign saying “Circus Coming to the Fairgrounds Saturday” that’s advertising. If you put the sign on the back of an elephant and walk it into town, that’s promotion. If the ...
  • Flak, Jean; Jinbo, Carol (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
    Indiana State University’s (ISU) Library staff are constantly trying to find ways to provide better service to all patrons. Informally, the staff noticed that there seemed to be more students with disabilities on campus, ...
  • Krull, Lissa (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
    As a public library director, I was so passionate about marketing my local library that I was asked to give presentations about library marketing around the state. Inevitably after such a presentation, I would have a few ...
  • Knieren, Janella (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
    When I think of marketing my school library/media center, a multitude of examples runs through my mind. These range from the mainstream (chairing the professional development grant committee and heading up the school ...
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  • Welkie, Joyce (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
    One look at the entrance to the Children’s Room of the Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library and you’ll be amazed at the sights you’ll see. The floor-to-ceiling interior windows are painted with eyecatching signs ...
  • Albertson, Marie J. (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
    The Read-To-Me Program is a program that offers an opportunity to offenders in Indiana correctional facilities to share books and the joy of reading with their children. This is a cooperative effort between the Indiana ...
  • Cleaver, Susie (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)
    When Jeanna Miller started to work as a page at the Bittersweet Branch of the Mishawaka-Penn-Harris Public Library in May 1998, she never thought that a parttime job in a library would have such a positive effect on her ...
  • Indiana Libraries (H.W. Wilson Company, 2001)

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