Crash Course in Library Gift Programs - Professor Ann Roberts - Häftad () | Bokus
Richard Smith work at the state level with persons with disabilities. They find that very few librarians feel comfortable with providing services addressed to the needs of the disabled, yet those who do offer services and programs other libraries can adopt and adapt.
Crash Course in Library Services to People with Disabilities will help librarians get up to speed in understanding disabled persons and what they can do to make library premises and holdings more accessible to them. It provides basic information on the different types of mental and physical disabilities a librarian might encounter, then offers a range of exemplary policies, services, and programs for people with disabilities—efforts that are in place and working across the country.
- Library Services to an Aging Population.
- Crash Course in Library Services to People with Disabilities;
- Crash Course in Library Gift Programs.
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A very practical introduction to the considerations of providing library service to people with disabilities. I read this book as a textbook, but I'm going to hang on to it for future practical use Richard J.
Elizabeth Ann Roberts , Ann G. Throughout, she is charmingly and effectively humours, bringing refreshing practical suggestions to situations that often become complicated and unintentionally expensive for libraries.
Library Services to an Aging Population
Ann Roberts is a Certified Archivist and has worked in historical societies, archives and libraries for almost twenty years. Lyssna fritt i 30 dagar!
Ange kod: play Du kanske gillar. Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. What do you do when you are offered any number of gifts including but not limited to artifacts, letters, historical documents, collections of pictures, postcards, arrowheads?