EBOOK: Transparent Library

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EBOOK: Transparent Library

“The Transparent Library gathers 29 columns from Michael E. Casey and Michael T. Stephens. Originally published in Library Journal from 2007 – 2009, the column explored concepts related to transparency, management, engaging communities, social media, strategic planning and constant change. The e-book includes supplemental essays and columns, and includes a new conversation ‘The Transparent Library Revisited.'”

“I think one overriding theme I see in all our columns in this shift or move from passive librarianship to active librarianship – where the library reaches out to the community and is actively involved with the community to better understand what they need.” Michael Stephens

By structuring the transparent library for constant and purposeful change we reduce the negative impact that change has on both the staff and user. Incorporating change into the organization through creative teams and open lines of communication allows the transparent library to add new tools, respond to changing community needs, and move ahead with new initiatives without shaking up the foundation.”

Kindle edition: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IQYZ1BA

Library Journal Copyright 2007 – 2013

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