Research libraries face many challenges in todayas declining economy. The essays in this book explore these challenges and were originally delivered at a conference entitled qClimbing Out of the Box: Repackaging Libraries for Survival, q sponsored by the University of Oklahoma Libraries and held March 4-5, 2010, in Oklahoma City. The authors, recognized leaders in academic librarianship, broach sensitive, but necessary, discussions in how academic libraries provide services and resources today while planning for the future. As academic libraries continue to transform, each of the cases included provide specific examples of strategies used to place libraries in a position of competitive values for future research, teaching, and learning in higher education. Each situation is unique to the culture and economic conditions of particular institutions. However, the research cases provide all academic librarians with examples of how our libraries can repackage roles and content in order to survive in the twenty-first century. This book was originally published as a special issue of Journal of Library Administration.1663: Los Alamos Science and Technology Magazine. Retrieved from http://www .lanl.gov/1663/files/documents/Item/627/1663_dec08_dialogue.pdf Schonfeld, R. C., aamp;Guthrie, K. M.(2007). The changing information services needsof faculty.
|Title||:||Repackaging Libraries for Survival|
|Author||:||Sul H. Lee|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-01-02|