Glassman, Paul,, Dyki, Judy,Phillpot, Clive. (Eds.) () The handbook of art and design librarianship /MLA Citation
Glassman, Paul,, Dyki, Judy,Phillpot, Clive,eds. The Handbook Of Art And Design Librarianship. : . Print.
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The handbook of art and design librarianship /
edited by Paul Glassman and Judy Dyki.
|Names:||Glassman, Paul, | Dyki, Judy, | Phillpot, Clive,|
|Published:||[London] : Facet Publishing, |
|Topics:||Art libraries - Handbooks, manuals, etc. | Librarians. | Art schools. | Library science. | Art and design.|
|Genres:||Handbooks and manuals.|
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|245||04|aThe handbook of art and design librarianship /|cedited by Paul Glassman and Judy Dyki.|
|264||1|a[London] :|bFacet Publishing,|c|
|300|||axx, 342 pages :|billustrations (black and white), plan ;|c25 cm|
|504|||aIncludes bibliographical references and index.|
|505||00|tForeword /|rClive Phillpot --|tThe governance and administration of the art and design library /|rPaul Glassman --|tEvolution not revolution: evolving trends in art and design libraries /|rBarbara Opar --|tExpanding roles for fine arts liason librarians: re-visioning the liason model /|rStephanie Kays --|tAccreditation and visual arts libraries /|rJudy Dyki --|tDesign thinking for design librarians: rethinking art and design librarianship /|rRachel Ivy Clarke --|tVisual resources: from analogue to digital and beyond /|rMolly Schoen --|tDeveloping digital collections /|rGreta Bahnemann and Jeannine Keefer --|tInspirational encounters: the management and use of archives and special collections in the art and design library /|rJess Crilly, Gustavo Grandal Montero and Sarah Mahurter --|tWhat is special about special collections? /|rLee Sorensen --|tArtists' books in the art and design library /|rTony White --|tArt documentation: exhibition catalogues and beyond /|rGustavo Grandal Montero --|tTactile libraries: material collections in art, architecture and design /|rRebecca Coleman and Mark Pompella --|tSeeing the bigger picture: archival description of visual information /|rAlyssa Carver --|tEmbedded in their world: moving mentally into the studio environment /|rMichael A. Wirtz --|tTeaching with threshold concepts and the ACRL Framework in the art and design context /|rAlexander Watkins --|tTeaching by the book: art history pedagogy and special collections /|rSandra Ludig Brooke --|tMetaliteracy in art and design education: implications for library instruction /|rLeo Appleton --|tThe art of evidence: a method for instructing students in art history research /|rCatherine Haras --|t"I want students to research the idea of red": using instructional design for teaching information literacy in the fine arts /|rKatie Greer and Amanda Nichols Hess --|tCultural differences and information literacy competencies /|rNancy Fawley --|tThe ever-shifting landscape: mapping the present and future of digital art histories /|rColin Post --|tCritical cARTography: mapping spaces for dialogue about identity and artistic practices /|rAndy Rutkowski and Stacy R. Williams --|tMore than just art on the walls: enhancing fine arts pedagogy in the academic library space /|rRachel Muszkiewicz, Jonathan Bull and Aimee Tomasek --|tBeyond the monograph? Transformation in scholarly communication and their impact on art librarianship /|rPatrick Tomlin --|tNew, renovated and repurposed library spaces: responding to new demands /|rLeo Appleton, Karen Latimer and Pat Christie --|tWhy is that column in the middle of the room? Success in creating classrooms for library instruction /|rPaul Glassman --|tFinding common ground: creating library spaces for collaboration /|rBeverly Mitchell --|tMarketing plans made simple /|rPaul Glassman --|tEngaging with social media /|rKen Laing and Hillary Webb --|tWebsite strategies for art and design libraries /|rJudy Dyki --|tAppendix: Library profiles /|rBeth Morris.|
|520|||aIntegrated theory and practice to offer guidelines for information professionals working in art and design environments who need to support and anticipate the information needs of artists, designers, architects, and the historians who study those disciplines. Since the first edition of this title, the world of art and design libraries has been transformed by rapid advances in technology, an explosion in social media and the release of new standards and guidelines. This new edition, offering mostly entirely new chapters, provides an accessible, fully updated, guide to the world of academic art and design libraries from a range of international experts who reflect current practice at a global level. Coverage includes: case studies and library profiles, providing benchmarks for developing facilities; teaching and learning, including the ACRL Framework, teaching with special collections, meta-literacies, instructional design and cultural differences; developments in institutional repositories, digital humanities and makerspaces; contemporary library design, spaces for collaboration and sustainability. This book will be useful reading for students taking library and information science courses in art librarianship, special collections, and archives, as well as practicing library and information professionals in art and design school libraries, art museum libraries and public libraries.|
|650||0|aArt libraries|vHandbooks, manuals, etc.|
|650||0|aArt and design.|
|650||7|aArt and design.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01741278|
|655||7|aHandbooks and manuals.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01423877|
|700||1 |aGlassman, Paul,|eeditor.|
|700||1 |aDyki, Judy,|eeditor.|
|700||1 |aPhillpot, Clive,|ewriter of foreword.|