Careers in Information Studies 2012 Bibliography

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Careers in Information Studies Bibliography compiled by Rhiannon Myers for Information Services, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto. All rights reserved by Information Services. For more information, see http://www.ischool.utoronto.ca/collections/book-displays

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Careers in Information Studies 2012 Bibliography

  1. 1. Careers in Information Studies: Selected Inforum ResourcesByke, S. & Lowe-Wincentsen, D. (2009). A leadership primer for new librarians: Tools for helpingtoday’s early-career librarians to become tomorrow’s library leaders. Oxford, UK: Chandos.020.23 B993LCutshaw, O. (2011). Recovery, reframing, and renewal: Survival an information science careercrisis in a time of change. Oxford, UK: Chandos. In cataloguing – coming soon!De Stricker, U. & Hurst-Wahl, J. (2011). The information and knowledge professional’s careerhandbook: Define and create your success. Oxford, UK: Chandos. 023.2 D477JDe Stricker, U. (2008). Is consulting for you? A primer for information professionals. Chicago:American Library Association (ALA). 023.2 D477IDority, K. G. (2006). Rethinking information work: A career guide for librarians and otherinformation professionals. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. 020.23 D699RDoucett, E. (2011). What they don’t teach you in library school. Chicago: ALA. 020.23 D728WEvans, W. (2009). Building Library 3.0: Issues in creating a culture of participation. Oxford,UK: Chandos. 025.002854678 E92BGordon, R. S. (2008). What’s the alternative? Career options for librarians and info pros.Medford, NJ: Information Today. 020.23 G664WGordon, R. S. (2006). The NextGen librarian’s survival guide. Medford, NJ: Information Today.020.23 G664NHaycock, K. & Sheldon, B. E. (Eds.). (2008). The portable MLIS: Insight from the experts.Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. 020 P839PHill, J. (Ed.). (2011). The future of archives and recordkeeping: A reader. London, Facet. 027 F996FCourse ReservesHoughton-Jan, S. (2010). Technology training in libraries. Chicago: LITA/ALA. 020.7155 H838TKane, L.T. (2011). Working in the virtual stacks: The new library and information science.Chicago: American Library Association. In Cataloguing – coming soonLawson, J., Kroll, J., & Kowatch K.. (2010). The new information professional: Your guide tocareers in the digital age. New York: Neal-Schuman. 020.23 L425N
  2. 2. McCook, K. de la P., (2009). Opportunities in library and information science careers. Rev. ed.New York: McGraw Hill. 020.23 S951SFMcKnight, M. (2010). The agile librarian’s guide to thriving in any institution. Santa Barbara, CA:Libraries Unlimited. 020.23 M159AMyburgh, S. (2005). The new information professional: How to thrive in the Information Agedoing what you love. Oxford, UK: Chandos. 020.23 M995NNicholas, D. & Rowlands, I. (2008). Digital consumers: Reshaping the information profession.London: Facet. 025.284 D574DPerez, M. Z. & Gruwell, C. A. (Eds.). (2011). The new graduate experience: Post-MLS residencyprograms and early career librarianship. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited. 020.7155 P438NPressley, L. (2008). So you want to be a librarian! Duluth, MN: Library Juice Press. 020.7 P935SPtolomey, J. (2008). Taking charge of your career: A guide for the library and informationprofessional. Oxford, UK: Chandos. 020.23 P975TRaddon, R., Abell, A., Kendall, R., & Roberts, L. (Eds.). (2005). Your career, your life: Careermanagement for the information professional. Burlington, VT: Ashgate. 020.23 Y81YShontz, P. K. (2007). A day in the life: Career options in library and information science.Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. 020.2373 D275DSommer, D. (2009). Vault guide to library careers. New York: Vault. 020.23 S697VStanton, J. M. (2010). Information nation: Education and careers in the emerging informationprofessions. Medford, NJ: Information Today. 020.711 S892ITheimer, K. (Ed.). (2011). A different kind of Web: New connections between archives and ourusers. Chicago: Society of American Archivists. 006.7 D569D Course ReservesThompson, S. M. (2009). Core technology competencies for librarians and library staff: A LITAguide. New York: Neal-Schuman. 020.7155 C797CWallace, M. K., Tolley-Stokes, R. & Estep, E. S. (Eds.). (2011). Generation X librarian: Essays onleadership, technology, pop culture, social responsibility and professional identity. Jefferson,NC: McFarland. 020.92 G326GWoodward, J. (2011). A librarian’s guide to an uncertain job market. Chicago: ALA. 020.2373W911L The Inforum at the Faculty of Information is a multi-use, multi-purpose study and learning space, offering services and resources that support the curriculum and research needs of our students, and professors. It is also open to the public, serving information professionals in the community. All resources listed are available for borrowing. For more info: www.ischool.utoronto.ca/services/inforum-is – compiled by Rhiannon Myers & Nalini K. Singh, March 2012

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