This revolutionary introduction to library management is the first conceived in and written for a digital age.
Julie Todaro, one of America's leading management experts, posits a new paradigm for planning, administering, and assessing library services.
She explains each facet of administering both "old" (physical) and "new" (virtual) libraries.
Library Management for the Digital Age covers*hierarchies, *policies, *communication, *working relationships, *facilities, *human resources,*settings, *customer services, *budgeting, *emergency management, *appendixes including model positions descriptions, interview questions, evaluation forms, and other necessary management tools. Each chapter concludes with an illustration of the old-to-new paradigm shift in that particular aspect of management as well as concise case studies that illustrate the real-world nature of the shift and discussion questions to facilitate active learning.
A platinum-quality editorial board comprised of both LIS faculty and expert library managers has reviewed this book in order to ensure authority.