Fiscal management, institutional change, and collaboration

The book, Leveraging library resources in a world of fiscal restraint and institutional change, has a number of chapters concerning collaboration.

Table of Contents:

1. Introduction Kevin B. Gunn and Elizabeth D. Hammond 2. New Wine, New Wineskins Joseph McDonald 3. Other People’s Money: Adapting Entrepreneurial Techniques to Build Capital in Challenging Economic Times Robert Farrell 4. Library Staff Development: How Book Clubs Can Be More Effective (and Less Expensive) than Traditional Trainings Sara D. Smith and Quinn Galbraith 5. The NYU Survey Service: Promoting Value in Undergraduate Education Jason B. Phillips, Samantha A. Guss, and David M. McGarry 6. Engaging the Campus Community Through New Roles and New Relationships: The McMaster University Library Postdoctoral Fellowship Program Jeff Trzeciak, John MacLachlan, and Noah Shenker 7. Cool Collaborations: Designing a Better Library Experience Robert Fox, Cathy Carpenter, and Ameet Doshi 8. The Third Place: The Library as Collaborative and Community Space in a Time of Fiscal Restraint Susan E. Montgomery and Jonathan Miller 9. Strategically Leveraging Learning Space to Create Partnership Opportunities Tomalee Doan and Hal Kirkwood 10. Hitching Your Wagon to the Right Star: A Case Study in Collaboration Lea Susan Engle 11. Delivering Information Literacy Instruction for a Joint International Program: An Innovative Collaboration Between Two Libraries Jiselle Maria Alleyne and Denyse Rodrigues 12. Building a Shared Digital Collection: The Experience of the Cooperating Libraries in Consortium Dora Wagner and Kent Gerber


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