[Ebook] Crash Course in Reference (Crash Course) By Charlotte Ford – Ormskirkremovals.co.uk

Crash Course in Reference (Crash Course) This Introductory Book Is A Basic Review Of Reference Services In Public Libraries It Includes Tips On Locating Resources In Both Print And Online Formats, Makes Suggestions For Purchases And Maintenance Of The Reference Collection, Reviews The Ethical Aspects Of Providing Information To All Patrons, And Provides Information On How To Join A Network Of Reference Librarians Who Can Assist You When You Cannot Find An Answer.A Basic Explanation Of Reference Services For Those With Little Formal LIS Training Working In Small Rural Libraries Or Others Who Have Been Working In Other Areas And Wish To Brush Up On Their Skills, This Author Provides An Introduction To Reference Services Including Search Strategies.


About the Author: Charlotte Ford

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10 thoughts on “Crash Course in Reference (Crash Course)

  1. says:

    Written in a friendly, easy to read style, this book covers all the basics It begins with the definition of reference service and includes the reference interview, the evolution of reference resources print and digital , how to decide what t...


  2. says:

    A little basic for my personal needs, but I think this would make a decent primer for people just starting out in the wide world of reference Six months into my first reference gig with one semester to go til my MLS, this was mostly review for me.


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