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Digital collections assessment and outreach
Ochoa, Marilyn N., author
Washington, DC : Association of Research Libraries, 2014
Digital collections homepages -- Digital project selection criteria -- Outreach and assessment guides -- Assessment reports and instruments -- Marketing plans -- Promoting digital collections -- Lesson plans and classroom resources -- Works created from digital collections -- Job descriptions.
Each section consists of documents from 3-5 libraries.
Baker Berry Z670 .A85 v.341
Open source software
Thacker, J. Curtis, author
Washington, DC : Association of Research Libraries, 
Survey of ARL members' adoption and/or development of open source software for functions such as an integrated library system, discovery layer, electronic resource or digital asset management system, scheduling, digital preservation, publishing, reserves, and other library-related functions.
Baker Berry Z670 .A85 v.340
Evolution of library liaisons
Miller, Rebecca K., author
Washington, DC : Association of Research Libraries, 2015
Baker Berry Z670 .A85 v.349
Rapid fabrication/makerspace services
Altman, Micah, author
Washington, DC : Association of Research Libraries, 
Baker Berry Z670 .A85 v.348
Book matters : the changing nature of literacy
Sica, Alan, 1949- author
New Brunswick, New Jersey : Transaction Publishers, 
Baker Berry Z1003 .S585 2016
Critical library pedagogy handbook
edited by Nicole Pagowsky and Kelly McElroy
Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2016
"A collection designed by instruction librarians to promote critical thinking and engaged learning, this volume provides teaching librarians detailed, ready-to-use, and easily adaptable lesson ideas to help students understand and be transformed by information literacy threshold concepts. The lessons in this book, created by teaching librarians across the country, are categorized according to the six information literacy frames identified in the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education"--
Baker Berry ZA3075 .C75 2016
Tschichold in St. Gallen Jan Tschicholds Arbeitsbibliothek in der Kantonsbibliotek Vadiana St. Gallen = Jan Tschichold's reference library in the Vadiana Cantonal Library St Gallen
Hochuli, Jost, author
Göttingen : Wallstein Verlag, 
Baker Berry Z232.T863 H63 2016
Bat books : a catalogue of folded manuscripts containing almanacs or other texts
Gumbert, J. P., author
Turnhout, Belgium : Brepols Publishers, 
"The first serious study of a curious and underestimated type of Medieval book. This work represents an important contribution to the history of medieval books, providing full scholarly description and discussion of an otherwise very little known category of written artefact in quasi-book form, but one that the 60-odd identified examples suggest was relatively common. This volume will be of interest not only to medieval book-historians and codicologists but also to historians of medieval science and of the liturgy, and of medieval written culture and cultural practice more broadly. Although a large proportion of the volume takes the form of a catalogue, the information and explanatory material presented in the introduction to the catalogue as a whole and to each of the sections into which the catalogue is divided give the volume the coherence and value of a historical and codicological survey of this form of artefact, the kind of texts they contained, and how and by whom they were made and used. The way in which the catalogue is structured in chronological and thematic sections, each with their own introduction, also contributes to enhance this aspect of the volume."--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry Z105 .G86 2016
Art and book : illustration and innovation
edited by Peter Stupples
Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016
"Art has been as significant as text in the history of book design and production. This collection of papers examines the place of illustration and innovation, both conceptual and technical, in the relation of image to text in books of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, both in Europe and that outreach of European culture in the Pacific, New Zealand. Topics of the papers range from the work of Marcel Duchamp and Kazimir Malevich to the design of multimodal books and the early development of 3D printing" -- Provided by publisher's website.
Baker Berry Z4 .A78 2016
Tocar los libros
Marchamalo, Jesús, 1960- author
Madrid : Fórcola, 
Baker Berry Z987.5.S7 M37 2016
Bodoni y Azara en Barcelona : el Prospecto de caracteres nuevamente inventados por Fray Joachín de la Soledad (1801)
Joachín de la Soledad, fray, active 18th century-19th century, author
Parma : Biblioteca Bodoni, 2016
Baker Berry Oversize Z251.S75 B66 2016
Who are we really? : Latin American family, local and micro-regional histories, and their impact on understanding ourselves
Roberto C. Delgadillo, editor
[New Orleans] : SALALM Secretariat, Latin American Library, Tulane University, 
From the colony to the republic: bibliographic notes on entrepreneurial dynasties in Cuba from 1800 to 1958 / Rafael E. Tarragó -- Linkages, lineage, and kinship in the Anglo-Caribbean family experience: a genealogical case study / Judith E. Toppin -- Ordinary images: appreciated photographs of children in pictorial archive / Claire-Lise Bénaud -- Discovering oneself through ancestors' diaries / John B. Wright -- Latino history is Oregon history: preserving Oregon's Latino heritage through the Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste Archive / David Woken, Sonia De La Cruz, Stephanie Kays -- An intellectual history of Dominican migration to the United States / Nelson Santana -- Identity politics and Puerto Rican visual resources / María del Mar González-Gonzáles -- Challenges and alternatives to Caribbean family history and genealogy: archives and sources in Puerto Rico / Antonio Sotomayor -- Shaping student learning through embedded librarianshp in area studies / Betsaida M. Reyes -- Revistas culturales de América Latina : un proyecto de adquisición y digitalización del Instituto Ibero-Americano, Berlín / Ricarda Musser -- From clueless to compadre: SALALM, when the sessions are over / Paula Covington.
Baker Berry Z688.L4 S46 2014
Libros desde el Paraíso : ediciones de textos indianos
Manuel Pérez (coord.)
Frankfurt am Main : Vervuert, 2016
Apuntes para una edición de Luz y método de confesar idólatras y destierro de idolatrías [...] (1692) de Diego Jaimes Ricardo Villavicencio / Manuel Pérez y Ana Silvia Valdés Borja -- La edición crítica del Neptuno alegórico de Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz / Claudia Parodi -- El manuscrito Origen de la Santístima Cruz de Milagros [...]: consideraciones para su edición / David Charles Wright Carr -- Diego de Herrera, Oración fúnebre a las honras del rey N.S.D. Felipe Cuarto el Grande / Ángela Helmer -- Diego de Rosales, Conquista espiritual del reino de Chile / Manuel Contreras Seitz.
Baker Berry Z1609.I6 L53 2016
Los paratextos y la edición en el libro medieval y moderno
Helena Carvajal González (ed.)
Zaragoza, España : Prensas de la Universidad de Zaragoza, 2016
Baker Berry Z242.P37 P27 2016
Sich verlieben hilft : über Bücher und Serien
Wagner, David, 1971- author
Berlin : Verbrecher Verlag, 2016
Baker Berry Z1003 .W15 2016
The reader in the book : a study of spaces and traces
Orgel, Stephen, author
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2015
List of illustrations -- Reading in action -- Learning Latin -- Writing from the stage -- Spenser from the margins -- Scherzo: the insatiate countess and the Puritan revolution -- Reading with the Countess of Pembroke and Montgomery -- Coda: a note from the future -- Bibliography -- Index.
A study of the archaeology and sociology of the use of margins and other blank spaces. Marginalia constitute a significant dimension of the book's history, and what readers did to books often added to their value. This study deals with books in which the text and marginalia are in intense communication with each other, in which reading constitutes an active and sometimes adversarial engagement with the book. The underlying questions is at what point marginalia, the legible incorporation of the work of reading into the text of the book, became a way of defacing it rather than of increasing its value--why did we want books to lose their history?
Baker Berry Z4 .O74 2015
Garden of broken statues : exploring censorship in Russia
Choldin, Marianna T. author
Boston, MA : Academic Studies Press, 2016
Baker Berry Z658.R9 C46 2016
The book in history, the book as history : new intersections of the material text
essays in honor of David Scott Kastan ; edited by Heidi Brayman, Jesse M. Lander, and Zachary Lesser
New Haven, Conn. : Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale Univ Press, 2016
The essays in this collection reach beyond book history to address fundamental questions about historicism with a broad range of issues such as gender and sexuality, religion, political theory, economic history, adaptation and appropriation, and quantitative analysis and digital humanities.
Baker Berry Z1003 .B66 2016
The book thieves : the Nazi looting of Europe's libraries and the race to return a literary inheritance
Rydell, Anders, 1982- author
New York, New York : Viking, 
A fire that consumes the world: Berlin -- Ghosts at Berliner Stadtbibliothek: Berlin -- Goethe's oak: Weimar -- Himmler's library: Munich -- A warrior against Jerusalem: Chiemsee -- Consolation for the tribulations of Israel: Amsterdam -- The hunt for the secrets of the Freemasons: The Hague -- Lenin worked here: Paris -- The lost library: Rome -- Fragments of a people: Thessaloniki -- The mass grave Is a paper mill: Vilnius -- The Talmud unit: Theresienstadt -- "Jewish studies without Jews": Ratibor--Frankfurt -- A wagon of shoes: Prague -- A book ends its way home: Berlin--Cannock.
"While the Nazi party was being condemned by much of the world for burning books, they were already hard at work perpetrating an even greater literary crime. Through extensive new research that included records saved by the Monuments Men themselves--Anders Rydell tells the untold story of Nazi book theft, as he himself joins the effort to return the stolen books. When the Nazi soldiers ransacked Europe's libraries and bookshops, large and small, the books they stole were not burned. Instead, the Nazis began to compile a library of their own that they could use to wage an intellectual war on literature and history. In this secret war, the libraries of Jews, Communists, Liberal politicians, LGBT activists, Catholics, Freemasons, and many other opposition groups were appropriated for Nazi research, and used as an intellectual weapon against their owners. But when the war was over, most of the books were never returned. Instead many found their way into the public library system, where they remain to this day. Now, Rydell finds himself entrusted with one of these stolen volumes, setting out to return it to its rightful owner. It was passed to him by the small team of heroic librarians who have begun the monumental task of combing through Berlin's public libraries to identify the looted books and reunite them with the families of their original owners. For those who lost relatives in the Holocaust, these books are often the only remaining possession of their relatives they have ever held. And as Rydell travels to return the volume he was given, he shows just how much a single book can mean to those who own it,"--Amazon.com.
Baker Berry Z702 .R93 2017
Der Lektor und sein Autor : Vergleichende Fallstudien zum Suhrkamp Verlag
Sprengel, Marja-Christine, author
Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz Verlag, 2016
Baker Berry Z315.S92 S67 2016
American model printer : a journal devoted to the typographic art and kindred trades
New York : Kelly & Bartholomew, 1879-
Rauner Rare Book Z119 .A48
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