August 2018 Newsletter – New Print Publications

August 2018 Newsletter

Content Summary

  • Updated databases: 46
  • New titles: 2,454
  • New volumes: 57,428
  • New pages added last month: 1,227,152
  • Total pages in HeinOnline: 159,638,664

Millennial Leadership in Libraries

By: Ashley Krenelka Chase

  • Informative guide for new Millennial librarians
  • Perfect for library administrators of all generations
  • Learn about the impact of the generational shift in libraries involving budget, staffing, and collections

About Millennial Leadership in Libraries

It is not only important for Millennial librarians to have a base of literature from which they can draw information, guidance, or inspiration, it is also important for librarians from other generations to understand what Millennial librarians have to offer and how their entry into library leadership will affect the profession. This book, with chapters written by librarians from every generation and from libraries of all kinds, seeks to fill that void.

  • Section I: These chapters focus on the need for a new generation of leaders in libraries. They are written by librarians of all generations who explain why librarians should embrace this change.
  • Section II: In section two, the authors focus on the difference between generations and touch on how librarians must work together to bridge the gap between past, present and future.
  • Section III: This section includes chapters which detail how Millennial leaders work in libraries including outreach, marketing, blogging, and collaborating.
  • Section IV: The focus for this section is for current library leaders who are seeking to bring Millennial leaders into the library. Current library administration may have trouble recruiting the younger generation.
  • Section V: These chapters discuss career planning for Millennial librarians. The authors provide information on professional development, leadership training, and alternative leadership skills to the next generation of library leaders.

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About the Author

Ashley Krenelka Chase is the Associate Director and an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Hand Law Library at Stetson University College of Law. Ashley is responsible for the administration, planning, management, and supervision of reference and outreach services, acquisitions, library systems, and web page development, as well as teaching Advanced Legal Research. Ashley’s scholarly interests in libraries include the development of leadership and management skills in younger librarians, the evolution of student and faculty research habits and finding clever ways to incorporate emerging technologies into those habits, and her legal scholarly interests include net neutrality’s impact on the criminal justice system.

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Millennial Leadership in Libraries
Item #: 1006218
ISBN: 978-0-8377-4081-2
Pages: xxxv, 453p.
1 Volume…….$99.00
Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2018

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Nonprofit Organizations Law: A Legal Research Guide
Volume 72

By: Christopher Anglim

  • Only resource of its kind!
  • Provides an essential bibliography of primary and secondary sources on this growing topic
  • Perfect for lawyers, law students, librarians, and nonprofit organization researchers
  • Includes up-to-date information on all aspects of nonprofit sector, including federal tax legislation
  • Convenient, comprehensive and concise—easy to use for researchers

About Nonprofit Organizations Law: A Legal Research Guide

The nonprofit sector of American society continues to be an increasingly important part of the United States economy, especially since the public sector is providing less while social needs are growing. Additionally, more law schools now offer nonprofit law courses as part of a standard curriculum.

This legal research guide provides a convenient, concise, and comprehensive bibliography of primary authority and academic legal literature to assist those researching topics relating to nonprofit law. It also contains an overview of American nonprofit law and annotations to the bibliographic entries to help determine the usefulness of the resources for a particular issue. This work will assist lawyers, law students, librarians, and nonprofit organization researchers seeking to understand and effectively use legal materials on nonprofit law.

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About the Author

Christopher T. Anglim is a reference librarian at both the University of the District of Columbia and American University Washington School of Law. His degrees include a JD, MBA (with a Nonprofit Certification), MA in History, and a Masters in Library Science. In addition, he is a certified Nonprofit Professional (CNP). He previously worked at the law libraries at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas, South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas, and Prairie View A&M University. Dr. Anglim has written several other books, articles and papers on issues of Law, Political Science, Government, Religion, and Business, and is a previous winner of the Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographic award.

Nonprofit Organizations Law: A Legal Research Guide*
Legal Research Guides, Volume 72
Item #: 1002699
ISBN: 978-0-8377-4002-7
Pages: xx, 82p.
1 Volume…….$79.00
Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2018


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