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Title Bridging worlds : emerging models and practices of U.S. academic libraries around the globe / edited by Raymond Pun, Scott Collard, and Justin Parrott
Published Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2016
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Contents Bridging Worlds; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Section 1. Designing and Envisioning the Library Ahead; chapter one. Envisioning the New Global Campus Library: A Conversation; Section 2. Delivering Global Access Services and Technology Support; chapter two. Creating Global Delivery Strategy: Services, Systems, and Practices; chapter three. Taking Interlibrary Loan Abroad; chapter four. Integrating Academic Technology Services into the Global Network University Library: Six Questions for the Team; Section 3. Building Collections Abroad Collaboratively
Chapter five. Licensing Electronic Resources in the Global Environment: A Conversationchapter six. Collection Development for Global Campus Libraries; chapter seven. Participatory Archives: Building on Traditions of Collaboration, Openness, and Accessibility at the American University in Cairo; chapter eight. Creating Special Collections: A Case Study from NYU Abu Dhabi; chapter nine. Managing Copyright in the International Campus Library; Section 4. Developing Reference and Research Services on International Campuses
Chapter ten. Reference and Research Services in a Global Campus Environmentchapter eleven. Library Instruction Programs at American-Style Academic Libraries Outside of the United States; chapter twelve. Supporting Library User Needs in an Expanding Global Network; Section 5. Providing Technical Services in a Global Context; chapter thirteen. Developing a Global Integration Strategy for Resource Acquisitions; chapter fourteen. Global Strategy for Technical Services; chapter fifteen. Resource Description and Access: Internationalizing, Teaching, and Learning RDA Cataloging Abroad
Summary Bridging Worlds: Emerging Models and Practices of U.S. Academic Libraries Around the Globe presents examples of libraries working to play their part in international campus development and engagement. This book provides practical best practices, lessons learned, and perspectives gained, from collection building to finances to designing spaces, and touches on some of the cultural, political, and social factors at play as institutions work to support these complex organizations
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on September 26, 2016)
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Subject Academic libraries -- United States -- International cooperation.
Form Electronic book
Author Collard, Scott, editor
Parrott, Justin, editor
Pun, Raymond, 1985- editor
ISBN 0838988431 (electronic bk.)
9780838988435 (electronic bk.)