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  • Disaster Planning: An Overview 

    Brady, Eileen (5/18/2007)
    This session is designed to provide an overview of what you should do, and who should be involved before you are faced with a disaster, in order to protect people, prevent damage, and provide the best possible outcome. ...
  • Oxford Photographs 

    Bond, Trevor James (10/16/2007)
    Photographs taken by me during my 2005-2006 sabbatical at the Bodleian Library.
  • Sorting Noises: Poetry, Libraries, and the Resistance of Information 

    Lohmann, Sam (2018-04)
    Librarians and poets are fatuous experts on everything. Both have had frequent recourse to information theories ranging from cybernetics to semiotics and from corporate parsimonies to hermetic correspondences. I wanted to ...
  • Volunteers in Libraries: Program Structure, Evaluation, and Theoretical Analysis 

    Nicol, Erica A.; Johnson, Corey M. (Reference and User Services Quarterly, 2008)
    Volunteers have had a major impact on libraries throughout U.S. history. The rapid changes in the information world of the last decade serve as a catalyst for evaluation of library programs including those for volunteers. ...