For those working in a small library, particularly one that may have little technical support, a foundational knowledge of technology is crucial. Written for librarians, library staff, and administrators at libraries serving populations of 15, 000 or less, this LITA guide shows how to successfully develop, implement, sustain, and grow technology initiatives. The contributors draw from personal experience in rural libraries and regional state university libraries to offer guidance for making sound technology decisions. Whether looking for a quick answer or starting an in-depth technology project, readers will quickly find basic information on the full range of library technology, organized into chapters with numerous headings for easy scanning. Topics include An overview of library technology basics Electronic resource fundamentals, including a look at licensing issues Webpage development, Open-source (OS) applications, and a six-step plan for social media and social networking How to create and sustain an effective technology strategyNetbooks support most standard software but are not robust enough to efficiently run advanced gaming software and other packages that ... Because Amazon and Barnes aamp; Noble (Baamp;N) have cre- ated Kindle and Nook apps for a variety of device platforms including ioS ... While Kindle and Nook e-book accounts can be registered to iDevices, it is important to note iBook pur- chases are not viewable onanbsp;...
|Title||:||Technology for Small and One-Person Libraries|
|Author||:||Rene J. Erlandson, Rachel A. Erb|
|Publisher||:||American Library Association - 2013|