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Culturally Grounded Approaches to Information Literacy Understanding
Katia G. Karadjova-Kozhuharova, Georgia Southern University2021
Georgia Southern faculty member, Katia G. Karadjova-Kozhuharova authored, Culturally grounded approaches to information literacy understanding.
J.G. Farrell’s Empire Novels: The Decline and Fall of the Human Condition
Rebecca Ziegler, Georgia Southern University2-1-2019
Despite its name, the real subject of J.G. Farrell’s three-and-a-half-book Empire Series is not the British empire, but the human condition, a state characterized by ‘fall’ – like the empire, like the human race itself according to the biblical story of the Fall from Eden. Farrell lets us know that this is his primary interest by giving one of his major characters a dog named The Human Condition. He actually uses the falling empire as an overarching metaphor, as well as a rich source of imagery and incidents, to illustrate the worsening human situation. In Farrell’s darkly funny books, all ... Read more
Library Expansion/Renovation Checklist: Creating Today’s ARC Takes More Than Forty Days and Forty Nights
Ann Hamilton, Georgia Southern University6-2015
E-Book/Webcast package published by the Library Leadership and Management Association (LLAMA) – a division of the American Library Association.
Best Practices in Access Services
Lori L. Driscoll, University of Florida and W. Bede Mitchell, Georgia Southern University2009
Book Description: Access Services departments in libraries have become highly complex organizations responsible for a broad range of functions, often including circulation, reserves, interlibrary lending and borrowing, document delivery, stacks maintenance, building security, photocopying, and providing general patron assistance. This book offers effective solutions to familiar problems, fresh ideas for responding to patron needs, and informed speculation on new trends and issues facing access services departments.
This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Access Services.