By Anne Langley
Meant for educational libraries, this publication covers all features of collaboration. know-how has elevated the necessity for, and the facility to, collaborate at paintings; the 1st a part of the ebook incorporates a dialogue of: the elemental how's and why's of collaboration; construction an atmosphere the place collaboration can flourish; descriptions and how-to's for utilizing know-how instruments which reduction and improve the collaborative procedure; a strategy of the best way to start in collaborative initiatives; and the way to control them when you commence. the second one element of the ebook provides real-life case reports of collaboration in educational libraries through discussions of the way each one undertaking labored (or now not) and why.
- Describes intimately tips on how to get collaborative initiatives off the floor and working, and the way to control them for the long-term
- Guides the reader in the course of the expertise that they could use to reinforce their collaborative efforts
- Provides case-studies of real-life examples of collaboration initiatives
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Do you go up and introduce yourself to people you don’t know but who you suspect may have similar needs or interests as your own? Do you make connections between people and their strengths and interests and then tell those people about those connections? Do you do favours for others and know how to call in favours fairly? Do you keep in reasonable contact with colleagues, contacts, others and not just when you need them, but when you find something that may interest them? Networking is a learned skill.
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London: SpringerVerlag, Mays, A. (2003) ‘Biz of Acq – using technology to increase collaboration between the library, teaching faculty, and the campus at large’. Against the Grain 15(5): 74–78. Sochrin, S. (2004) ‘Learning to teach in a new medium: Adapting library instruction to a videoconferencing environment’. Journal of Library Administration 41: 429–442. 51 4 Getting started Introduction Being busy does not always mean real work. The object of all work is production or accomplishment and to either of these ends there must be forethought, system, planning, intelligence, and honest purpose, as well as perspiration.
Building Bridges. Collaboration Within and Beyond the Academic Library by Anne Langley