An estimated thirteen million people in the U.S. are not served by a public library. This presents opportunities for creating new libraries. Involving complex, time-consuming, and expensive decisions, the prospect of starting a library without the right direction seems overwhelming. The Public Library Start-Up Guide provides a framework for success - from looking at the big strategic picture to picking the furniture. the practical issues for library professionals as well as nonlibrarians who need to know where to start. With savvy guidance on all aspects of providing public library service, this is the comprehensive one-stop resource for planning and starting a new library. Community leaders, Friends of Libraries, trustees, policymakers, and municipal officials as well as librarians will find a friendly, accessible, and concise guide to help them get the job done.It is important to always check references as not every job separation is voluntary. Request explanations for ... Also, conducting reference checks over the phone is faster than waiting for traditional mail delivery and responses. A good finalanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Public Library Start-up Guide|
|Author||:||Christine Lind Hage|
|Publisher||:||American Library Association - 2004|