Chapter 1. Managing the Centrality of Learning, Reading, Individual Inquiry, and Public Service Chapter 2. Managing the Impact of Scholarly Publications Chapter 3. Library and Information Science as a Discipline Chapter 4. Managing Higher-Order Thinking Skills Chapter 5. Managing and Marketing Resources Chapter 6. Managing Digital Collections Chapter 7. Learning Organizations and Competitive Intelligence Chapter 8. Managing the Benefits of Academic Libraries
This comprehensive resource for Library and Information Services (LIS) professionals details tactics on managing academic libraries in the digital age
Susan Higgins is an Assistant Professor with the University of Southern Mississippi School of Library and Information Science. She has worked at NTU University in Singapore, and Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia. She has previously published a book entitled Youth Services and Public Libraries, which has been translated into Serbian. Her research interests include academic and international librarianship, and youth services and education for Library and Information Science.