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Ladies in the Laboratory II: West European Women in Science, 1800-1900: A Survey of Their Contributions to Research

by Mary R. S. Creese & Thomas M. Creese Scarecrow Press (May 17, 2004)

A fascinating analysis of the work of notable women by national group, giving thorough data comparing the contributions of women in choice fields. Among the women presented are more than a few colorful personalities...

The New Woman as Librarian: The Career of Adelaide Hasse

by Clare Beck Scarecrow Press (August 31, 2006)

At the time of her death, it seemed that Adelaide Hasse would simply pass from memory and be forgotten. However, by the turn of the century, American Libraries would sanctify her as one of its hundred library...

Messages, Meanings and Symbols: The Communication of Information

by Charles T. Meadow Scarecrow Press (March 03, 2006)

A deep and penetrating exploration of the key concepts of information and communications sciences by one of its founders, this book covers everything in its subject that you want to know more about including...

Guide to Review of Library Collections: Preservation, Storage, and Withdrawal

by Dennis K. Lambert, Winston Atkins, Douglas A. Litts & Lorraine H. Olley Scarecrow Press (June 11, 2002)

New technologies are making information more fluid, but what does this mean for information providers? Without a doubt, it means that traditional roles are evolving and that the task of providing information...

Social Sciences Research: Research, Writing, and Presentation Strategies for Students

by Gail M. Staines, Mark Bonacci & Katherine Johnson Scarecrow Press (February 04, 2008)

Social Sciences Research, designed by Gail M. Staines, Mark Bonacci, and Katherine Johnson, is a comprehensive resource manual for both students and instructors to help students carry out library research in...

Moving Archives: The Experiences of Eleven Archivists

by John Newman & Walter Jones Scarecrow Press (October 10, 2002)

Moving Archives is a timely source of useful information by eleven archivists who have recent experience moving both collections and entire repositories. These archivists describe their physical and administrative...

Literature Search Strategies for Interdisciplinary Research: A Sourcebook For Scientists and Engineers

by Linda G. Ackerson Scarecrow Press (October 19, 2006)

The amount of published literature can be overwhelming for scientists and researchers moving from a broad disciplinary research area to a more specialized one, particularly in fields that use information from...

Programming for Adults: A Guide for Small- and Medium-Sized Libraries

by Raymond Ranier Scarecrow Press (October 13, 2005)

This book addresses all aspects of the programming process, from idea to execution, from crafts and entertainment to film, arts and science. Included are sources of funding, contracts and agreements, programming...

Thirty years of electronic records

by Bruce I. Ambacher Scarecrow Press (August 19, 2003)

In this collection of essays, twelve contributors, each of whom has been involved in NARA's development, discuss the application of archival theory and practice in the National Archives and Records Administration's...

Guide to Library User Needs Assessment for Integrated Information Resource: Management and Collection Development

by Dora Biblarz, Stephen Bosch & Chris Sugnet Scarecrow Press (June 06, 2001)

Applicable for all types of libraries. Needs assessment can be defined as the process of using one or more techniques to collect and analyze data on library users or potential users. The guide includes the methodology...

Leadership Basics for Librarians and Information Professionals

by Edward G. Evans & Patricia Layzell Ward Scarecrow Press (February 06, 2007)

With the start of the 21st Century, information services around the world are facing a host of challenges and changes unique to this era of exponential technological growth. However, this change is further compounded...

Finding History: Research Methods and Resources for Students and Scholars

by Christine Bombaro Scarecrow Press (August 20, 2012)

Finding History is a practical and modern guide to research for history projects. It simplifies and clarifies the research process so that students new to the experience may locate appropriate research material...

The Extraordinary Book of Native American Lists

by Arlene Hirschfelder & Paulette F. Molin Scarecrow Press (March 22, 2012)

This is an extensively researched book on Native American accomplishments. Topics covered include Native American contributions to the performing arts, literature, art, history, sports, politics, education,...

Generation X Professors Speak

by Elwood Watson Scarecrow Press (March 22, 2013)

While the Baby Boomer generation has consistently commanded widespread attention—both scholarly and popular—little has been written about Generation X, the 46 million Americans born between the mid-1960s...

International and Comparative Studies in Information and Library Science: A Focus on the United States and Asian Countries

by Yan Quan Liu & Xiaojun Cheng Scarecrow Press (November 13, 2007)

This collection of scholarly publications compare practices of librarianship between countries. The studies included represent a broad spread of themes, and have findings based on empirical methods such as survey...