Publisher: Field Enterprises Educational Corporation
Category: Children's encyclopedias and dictionaries
V. 1. Poems and rhymes.- -v. 2. Stories and fables.- -v. 3. Children everywhere.- - v. 4. World and space.- -v. 5. About animals.- -v. 6. The green kingdom.- -v. 7. How things work.- -v. 8. How we get things.- -v. 9. Holidays and customs.- -v. 10. Places to know.- -v. 11. Make and do.- -v. 12. Look and learn.- -v. 13. Look again.- -v. 14. About me.- -v. 15. Guide for parents.
Practicing Social Justice in Libraries provides practical strategies, tools, and resources to library and information workers and students who wish to drive change in their classrooms, institutions, and communities and incorporate social justice into their everyday practice. With contributions from a diverse group of librarians, who have experience working in different types of institutions and roles, the book showcases the actions information professionals, largely from historically marginalized groups, are taking to create a more socially responsible environment for themselves and their communities. The chapters reflect on personal experiences, best practices for programming, professional development, effective collaboration, building inclusive community partnerships, anti-racist practices in the classroom, and organizational culture. Exploring how and why library workers are incorporating anti-racist and anti-oppressive work within their everyday roles, the book demonstrates that library workers are increasingly sending messages of protest and advocating for equity, justice, and social change. Highlighting their experiences of marginalization and exclusion, contributors also reflect upon the impact social justice work has on their mental health, careers, and personal lives. Practicing Social Justice in Libraries is essential reading for library and information workers and students who are searching for practical ways to implement more inclusive practices into their work
This book illustrates crowdsourcing techniques that will help you to raise money and collect community knowledge so your library can be its most impactful. • Shows librarians how to partner with their community to succeed in a variety of endeavors, from raising money to recording community knowledge • Provides innovative approaches for increasing community engagement • Explains how to apply crowdsourcing with specific suggestions for which crowdsourcing resources may work best for different librarians
"The Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science provides an outstanding resource in 33 published volumes with 2 helpful indexes. This thorough reference set--written by 1300 eminent, international experts--offers librarians, information/computer scientists, bibliographers, documentalists, systems analysts, and students, convenient access to the techniques and tools of both library and information science. Impeccably researched, cross referenced, alphabetized by subject, and generously illustrated, the Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science integrates the essential theoretical and practical information accumulating in this rapidly growing field."