Z - Bibliography & Library Science Acquisitions during August 2018
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Libraries, presses, and publishing
Taylor, Laurie N., 1978- author
Washington, DC : Association of Research Libraries, 
"This SPEC Kit gathers information on the breadth of practice taking place at the intersection of research libraries, presses, and publishing, and on the blurring of boundaries as libraries engage in publishing and press activities in new ways. It explores which activities are associated with library publishing, the level of library/publishing/press integration and collaboration with or creation of formal publishing/press operations, and the organizational structuring of these activities and programs. It includes examples of publishing service options, press staffing, publishing information for authors and editors, and publication lists."--Publisher's website.
Baker Berry Z670 .A85 v.357
La cultura en el bolsillo : historia del libro de bolsillo en España
Juan Miguel Sánchez Vigil (coord.), José Luis Gonzalo Sánchez-Molero, Fermín de los Reyes Gómez, María Olivera Zaldua
Gijón : Trea, 2018
Baker Berry Z413 .C85 2018
Librorum studiosus : miscellanea palaeographica et codicologica Alberto Derolez dicata
edited by Lucien Reynhout and Benjamin Victor
Turnhout : Brepols, 
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z105 .L53 2018
정 희진 처럼 읽기 / 정 희진 지음
정 희진, author
Sŏul : Kyoyangin, 2014
Baker Berry Korea Z1003.5.K8 C46 2014
Human operators : a critical oral history on technology in libraries and archives
edited by Melissa Morrone
Sacramento, CA : Library Juice Press, 2018
"A collective oral history covering many of the issues in technology in librarianship in the early 21st century. Via edited and compiled interview transcripts, readers get to "hear" the voices of librarians and archivists discussing tech topics from perspectives that are critical, social justice-oriented, feminist, anti-racist, and ecologically-minded. This readable, conversational book aims to bring out specific critiques of technology as well as more inspiring aspects of what's going on in the instructional, open source, free culture, and maker worlds in the field. The book is less about the technology per se and more about critical thinking around technology and how it actually works in people's lives"--Publisher.
Baker Berry Z678.9 .H582 2018
The typewriter : a graphic history of the beloved machine
Calgary, Alberta, Canada : Uppercase Pub. Inc., 2015
"A richly illustrated book full of never-before published typewriter memorabilia, intriguing historical documents and entertaining anecdotes, The Typewriter: a Graphic History of the Beloved Machine is a beautiful ode to an all-but-obsolete creative companion."--Publisher's website.
Baker Berry Nash Z49.A1 V36 2015
Remarkable books : the world's most beautiful and historic works
contributors, Father Michael Collins, with Alexandra Black, Thomas Cussans, John Farndon, and Philip Parker
New York, New York : DK Publishing, 2017
300 BCE to 999 CE -- 1000 to 1449 -- 1450 to 1649 -- 1650 to 1899 -- 1900 onward.
"A beautifully illustrated guide to more than 75 of the world's most celebrated, rare, and seminal books and handwritten manuscripts ever produced, with discussions of their purpose, features, and creators. From ancient masterpieces such as The Art of War, written on the leaves of bamboo, to the stunningly illustrated Birds of America, to Chairman Mao's Little Red Book, [this book] delves into the stories behind the most incredible tomes ever produced, offering an insight into their wider social and cultural context, and is chronologically ordered to demonstrate the synergies between the growth in human knowledge and the bookmaking process."--From the publisher.
Baker Berry Nash Z4 .R46 2017
History of the phototypesetting era
Romano, Frank J., author
San Luis Obispo, CA : Graphic Communication Institute at Cal Poly, 
"Typesetting was simultaneously a process, a machine, a person, a service, and an industry. It was manual, mechanical, automated, and electronic -- and almost all of these methods overlapped over 50 years. The phototypesetting era began in 1945 with Higgonet and Moyroud established the basis for electro-mechanical phototypesetting. The roots of phototypesetting go back to the 1930s when the first patents were filed by Intertype, Monotype, and others to adapt mechanical typesetters to photographic typesetting. One can even go back to the early 1900s when photographic typesetters were envisioned. The last phototypesetter was manufactured in the late 1980s as laser imagesetters and CTP replaced them. This book covers the almost 400 models of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd generation phototypesetters and ends in 1985. It is a time capsule of a bygone era."--Back cover.
Baker Berry Nash Z253.2 .R65 2014
What our lettering needs : the contribution of Hermann Zapf to calligraphy & type design at Hallmark Cards
Rochester, N.Y. : RIT Cary Graphic Arts Press, ©2011
What our lettering needs -- The art of Hermann Zapf & its effects -- The lettering manual -- Typographic transition -- Hallmark Editions -- Unfinished projects -- More than a business relationship -- Appendix. Hermann Zapf and the Crabgrass Press.
Baker Berry Nash Z250.A2 Z374 2011
Digital libraries and crowdsourcing
Andro, Mathieu, author
Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2018
Baker Berry ZA4080 .A53 2018
História da Feira do Livro de Santa Maria : memórias e registros
Barichello, Eugenia Mariano da Rocha, author
Santa Maria, RS : Editora FACOS-UFSM, 2013
Baker Berry Z521.86.S25 B37 2013
El placer de los libros inútiles y otras lecturas en los Siglos de Oro
Castillo, Antonio author
Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 2018
Baker Berry Z1003.5.S7 C278 2018
Saberes inestables : estudios sobre expurgación y censura en la España de los siglos XVI y XVII
Dámaris Montes, Víctor Lillo, María José Vega (eds.)
Frankfurt am Main : Vervuert, 2018
Baker Berry Z658.S7 S23 2018
Designing English : early literature on the page
Wakelin, Daniel, 1977- author
Oxford : Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, 2018
Making space for English -- Making pages -- Pages for reading -- Decorating pages -- Pages for voicing -- English in space.
"How did scribes choose to arrange the words and images on the page in each manuscript? How did they preserve, clarify and illustrate writing in English? 'Designing English' is an overview of eight centuries of graphic design in manuscripts and inscriptions from the Anglo-Saxon to the early Tudor periods. Working beyond the traditions established for Latin, scribes of English needed to be more inventive, so that each book was an opportunity for redesigning. 'Designing English' focuses on the craft, agency and intentions of scribes, painters and engravers in the practical processes of making pages and artefacts. It weighs up the balance of ingenuity and copying, practicality and imagination in their work. It surveys bilingual books, format, ordinatio, decoration and reading aloud, as well as inscriptions on objects, monuments and buildings. With over ninety illustrations, drawn especially from the holdings of the Bodleian Library in Old English and Middle English, 'Designing English' gives a comprehensive overview of English books and other material texts across the Middle Ages."--
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z106.5.G7 W345 2018
Digital audiobooks : new media, users, and experiences
Have, Iben, 1970- author
London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016
The digital audiobook in between -- Aesthetics, sound, senses -- Modes of reading as listening -- Intersensorial situations -- Affordance and voice -- Affordances of the digital audiobook -- The performing voice of the audiobook -- Usage and mediatization -- Empirical notions of audiobook use and users -- The audiobook in a mediatized soundscape -- The digital audiobook revisited.
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z286.A83 H38 2016
The art of reading
Young, Damon, author
London : Scribe, 2017
"In The Art of Reading, philosopher Damon Young delights in the pleasures of this intimate pursuit through a rich sample of literature: from Virginia Woolf's diaries to Batman comics. He writes with honesty and humour about the blunders and revelations of his own bookish life. Devoting each chapter to a literary virtue - patience, curiosity, courage, pride, temperance, justice - The Art of Reading celebrates the reader's power: to turn hieroglyphics into a lifelong adventure"--Publisher.
Baker Berry Z1003 .Y66 2017
Coding with XML for efficiencies in cataloging and metadata : practical applications of XSD, XSLT, and XQuery
Cole, Timothy W., author
Chicago : ALA Editions, 2018
Introduction -- A quick review of XML basics -- Library metadata in XML -- XML validation using schemas -- An introduction to XPath and XSLT -- Cataloging workflows using XSLT -- Using XSLT to connect libraries to the semantic web : transforming XML metadata into HTML+RDFa -- An introduction to XQuery for library metadata work including use cases -- XQuery basics -- XQuery functions including regular expressions -- Metadata workflow using XQuery : creating HathiTrust submission files for monograph and serials print holdings.
"This new handbook from the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS) is for experienced catalogers and copy catalogers who know their way around the tags and strings of a MARC record as well as for coders and new librarians coming from iSchool or software backgrounds who need examples of how to use XLML or XSLT scripting with library records"--
Baker Berry Catalog Offic Z678.93.X54 C647 2018