6 edition of Unions for academic library support staff found in the catalog.
|Statement||James M. Kusack.|
|Series||New directions in information management,, no. 10|
|LC Classifications||Z682.4.C63 K87 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 108 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||86007709|
Academic libraries in higher education institutions are meant to support the study of students and the research of faculty. Students and academic staff require materials that would support. Chapter 2, “The academic library as an educational system,” addresses the library’s powerful role as an educational system within its parent institution – a role that is almost always overlooked not only by those who do not work in the library, including teaching faculty and students, but also by academic .
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For the most part, in small academic libraries, we’re all generalists when it comes to subject matters and library expertise. We know a little bit about a lot of things. At larger academic libraries, of course, you have generalists, but you also have specialists too. On the left are librarian job titles from Carroll. resources in the form of books, serials and electronic resources. According to Kotso () libraries support research process by collecting, preserving and making available an array of information resources relevant to their research community. Academic library plays a vital role in teaching andFile Size: KB.
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: Unions for Academic Library Support Staff: Impact on Workers and the Workplace (New Directions in Information Management) (): James Kusack: BooksCited by: 3.
Unions for academic library support staff: impact on workers and the workplace. [James M Kusack] The book covers support staff/union dynamics and my interest is with professionals, especially regarding librarians relationship to faculty unions.
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For example, library workers are estimated to gain 4 to 8% wage improvements through unions as compared to % increases for workers in industrial occupations.
While it is undoubtedly true that unions can slow activities and significantly obstruct progress, several studies have shown that collective bargaining contributes to improved operational : James Kusack. Unions in Public and Academic Libraries Authors: Kathleen de la Peña McCook The role of unions and collective bargaining in U.S public and academic libraries is stated with a summary of historical development.
After noting the lack of national association attention to unionization, the evolution of. Academic librarians in the University of California (UC) system recently Unions for academic library support staff book something strange about their contracts: They didn’t have intellectual freedom protections, the very thing they advocate for their patrons.
Librarians realized this when their union, the University Council of the American Federation of Teachers (UC-AFT) U filed grievances against the UC administration.
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Abstract. This chapter sets the scene for the case-study chapters which follow. It explores the nature of customer service in academic libraries, discusses the importance of establishing and maintaining the highest possible levels of customer satisfaction in support of institutional goals and in relation to enhanced student attainment, and describes the benefits of “thinking like a customer.”.
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Discusses the unionization of support staff in academic and public libraries based on experiences in Ohio. Highlights include the legal framework for labor relations; reasons that library support staff are attracted to unions; negotiating the contract with union and library management; and administering the collective bargaining agreement.
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Academic libraries serve two major communities: students, and faculty researchers. For students, they serve as educational support, providing study areas, textbooks, supplemental reading, and research materials for papers, etc.
The librarians are. Academic libraries are usually described as places for research and study, and rarely does academic literature, or even informal literature (such as professional blogs) acknowledge the possibility of dysfunction and toxicity in relationships between upper management of libraries, on the one hand, and librarians or other library support staff.
The value of academic libraries The library is not just a repository, or a service like any other, or a place for study: it is all these things. It can also be a partner in research and in teaching, and institutions which fail to capitalise fully on this asset will find it harder to compete in the future.
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