3 edition of Current issues and developments in architecture librarianship found in the catalog.
Current issues and developments in architecture librarianship
Architecture School Librarians" Group (Conference)
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Rubin (emeritus, library & information science, Kent State Univ.), who edited the third edition, continues his goal of capturing the current world of library and information science (LIS)—its manifestations, major issues, and technological transformations—to initiate those entering the : Academic libraries are logical partners for digital humanities collaborations because they have already developed the skill sets necessary to sustain and preserve a digital archive. 74 Through experiences gained creating digital repositories, working with faculty to manage federally funded research, and creating metadata and organizational. A Michigan resident, Carol Smallwood has practiced in school, public and special libraries. Her primary interest is practical librarianship, and she is the author of journal articles and editor of numerous books. Vera Gubnitskaia has worked as a library manager, consultant, and reference librarian in public and academic libraries in Russia and the United States.
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An essential source for current and aspiring library directors, LIS students, and anyone working in a library who needs to improve its space.” — Booklist (starred review) "Likely to be among the definitive works on library architecture, this book is exhaustive in covering what one needs to know when taking on a library construction project.
Books shelved as information-architecture: Information Architecture for the World Wide Web: Designing Large-Scale Web Sites by Peter Morville, How to Mak.
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Staff development and personnel are the top work place issues for academic librarians, according to a ACRL survey The ACRL Discussion Forum held at the ALA Midwinter Meeting confirmed that staffing issues are a major concern for academic librarians, while the Call for Participation for the ACRL conference includes five.
Architecture According to Pigeons by Stella Gurney. Speck Lee Tailfeather reveals that he and his fellow pigeons are great aficionados of architecture. Speck delivers his account of a journey around the globe, offering a "bird's eye view" of the Colosseum, the Taj Mahal, Golden Gate Bridge, the Sydney Opera House, the Eiffel Tower, Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater, and dozens of other.
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Rural American architecture tends to be passed over, so White Pillars, whichcovers the vernacular/plantation architecture of the Mississippi Valley, is a refreshing read.
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As taken from my blog about the best architecture books. Here is a list for you of architecture books you should read, broken down into categories. Naturally there is some overlap and some of these books could fit in multiple headings, this is arc.
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This Architecture book contains a fantastic overview about the fundamentals of construction, including building components, sustainability issues, and building codes.
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Autobiographical, technical, prophetic, and meditative, Reiser + Umemoto’s Projects and Their Consequences (May$60) is a genre-blending monograph presenting 30 years of work by their firm, RUR Architecture, offering a unique view of the intersections of the visionary, the speculative, and the practical work of architecture and its.
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WHAT IS ARCHITECTURE. An Essay on Landscapes, Buildings, and Machines. Along the way he marshals some unlikely but plausible witnesses who testify about the current state of architecture. Instead of the usual claims or complaints by the usual suspects, these observations are of an altogether different order.
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