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Anne Weaver

Library Catalogue as One Stop Shop | READINGPOWER - 26 views

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    Excited about big steps forward in federated searching and ebooks on our library catalogue. Still have couple of single sign-ons to establish. However, this is establishing our catalogue as one-sto...
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    Excited about big steps forward in federated searching and ebooks on our library catalogue. Still have couple of single sign-ons to establish. However, this is establishing our catalogue as one-sto...
Ellen Robinette

For Librarians | McMillan Memorial Library - 19 views

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    Contains links to presentations and other info on topics of interest to librarians, including reorganizing non-fiction without DDC.
Cathy Oxley

PLC Macindoe Research Centre | - 19 views

  • This new Research Facility for Presbyterian Ladies’ College, Sydney developed the existing 2 storey library into a 4 storey research centre, requiring careful design and management to ensure it met the School’s brief for a ‘State of the Art’ facility. This new development was to embrace and seamlessly incorporate advanced technology and recognized changes in pedagogy, respecting and enhancing its rich heritage context.
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    The beautiful new library at Presbyterian Ladies College, Sydney.
Martha Hickson

Library Operating Expenditures: A Selected Annotated Bibliography | Professional Tools - 12 views

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    Like academic libraries, school libraries rely primarily on their parent institution for financial support. The latest nation-wide expenditures figures for school library media centers in public schools comes from Characteristics of Public Elementary and Secondary School Library Media Centers in the United States: Results From the 2011-12 Schools and Staffing Survey published in August 2013. The "Selected Findings" summary in the beginning of the Adobe Reader PDF version notes --


    -- During the 2010-11 school year, public school library media centers spent an average of $9,340 for all information resources [Information resources include such items as books, periodicals, audio/visual materials, database licensing, and software. They do not include salaries, computer hardware, or audio/visual equipment.] (table 4). This includes an average of $6,010 for the purchase of books and $490 for the purchase of audio/video materials [Includes all copies of any tape, CD, DVD, or Blu-ray].

    -- The number of holdings in public library media centers per 100 students was 2,188 for book titles and 81 for audio/video materials at the end of the 2010-11 school year (table 5).
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