Published December 1986
by Amer Library Assn .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
Guidelines for training in libraries.. [Library Association. Sub-committee on Training.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Library Association. Sub-committee on Training. ISBN: OCLC Number: Many units of the American Library Association have developed documents that give advice to librarians on various aspects of library service. These documents may be called "standards " or "guidelines". Information for Libraries in the Wake of COVID – Supporting Online Courses and Other Resources (Atla) Training for Library Workers. Find upcoming webinars on the Wyoming State Library training calendar. Information Resources. A Guide to COVID (coronavirus disease ) for Public Libraries from the National Network of Libraries of. Curbside and Book Delivery Service Guidelines Please see our Clarification of the Update on New Work Safe Additions to the Stay Home, Stay Safe Order as it applies to libraries (PDF). These curbside guidelines are also available as a PDF here.
Libraries are already planning the task of reopening, with state, territory and local governments indicating an easing of restrictions in the coming weeks. ALIA has created a strategic checklist which includes information on staff support, services that need to be phased in (or out), communications planning, and safety precautions. ADA compliance of course applies to your public library. There must be adequate parking, all areas of the library must be accessible and it must be possible for you to reach material that are on library shelves or have staff reach it for you. Read more. Safety and Security in Libraries: Home Safety in public spaces, including libraries, has always been a concern, but may be more keenly felt in light of certain recent events. A productive and effective library is one in which its staff and patrons feel : Ala Library. Twenty Rules for Better Book Displays by Susan Brown *This article originally appeared in the March issue of RA News. Subscribe to RA News and any of our other newsletters.* When I'm not writing for RA News or working as Marketing Director at Lawrence Public Library, I blog about practical marketing for public libraries at given week, I'll write about trendy things.
The New Jersey State Library continues to invest in the development of New Jersey’s libraries by fostering the professional training of library personnel and providing effective leadership and administration to support and improve library services. Below is a listing of webinars of interest to the New Jersey library community. A pdf version of this policy can be found here These guidelines were developed by ALIA in , with the assistance of the Vocational Education and Training (VET) Libraries Advisory Committee. They were published as draft guidelines for comment in February After extensive feedback from the sector, they were endorsed by the VET Libraries Advisory Committee on 21 June But libraries aren’t meant to be literary dumping grounds. Local librarians like Foster, Bradley and Stahl want book donations -- but the right type at the right time. Otherwise, donated books. In September the State Library of Ohio purchased statewide access to The Librarian’s Guide to Homelessness through Niche Academy. The online training, authored by Ryan Dowd, is now available for all Ohio public library staff.. The four-part training is an empathy-driven approach that provides best practices for library staff on how to understand the homeless population and serve them better.