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How to Thrive as a Solo Librarian
Call Number: 025.1 HOW
Publication Date: 2011-09-16
A compilation of chapters by librarians offering advice to colleagues who must work alone or with very limited help. There is a section on collaborating with the community, which includes working with volunteers.
The following resources are available from the WVLC collections. Send an email to request them.
Managing Library Volunteers
Call Number: 020.3 DRIGGERS
Publication Date: 2010-07-01
The new second edition of Managing Library Volunteers is a complete overhaul of the previous edition. It is a top-to-bottom toolkit for recruiting, interviewing, training, supervising, and evaluating volunteers.
Mentoring in the Library
Call Number: 020.7155 LEE
Publication Date: 2010-06-01
One chapter in the book is related to volunteering in the library.
Teen-Centered Library Service
Call Number: 027.626 TUCCILLO
Publication Date: 2009-01-01
Combining information, inspiration, and relevant examples, this guidebook encourages and enables both school and public librarians to advocate for and incorporate active youth involvement.
Use the following subjects to help narrow your search:
- Volunteer service
- Library volunteers
- Volunteer recruitment
- Older volunteers
- Student volunteers
Library & Information Science Source
State Library Services Library
Contains full-text articles of nearly 430 library and information science magazines plus 30 full-text monographs. Subject content includes automation, care and restoration of books, cataloging, government aid, public relations, and more.
ALA Privacy Tool Kit
Downloadable PDF of the Privacy Tool Kit Developed by the Aeriacn Library Association to deal with all types pof privacy issues including personnel, on-line and more.
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