Staffing Standards for Art Libraries and Visual Resources Collections
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Published by Art Libraries Society of North America .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • History - General,
  • Art & Art Instruction

Book details:

Edition Notes

Occasional Papers / Art Libraries Society of North America

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11545327M
ISBN 100942740165
ISBN 109780942740165

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Staffing Standards for Art Libraries and Visual Resources Collections is intended to assist in the determination of staffing needs in art libraries and visual resources collections through institutional self-study and the setting of goals and objectives. Get this from a library! Staffing standards for art libraries and visual resources collections. [Art Libraries Society of North America.; Art Libraries Society of North America. Staffing Standards . "Staffing Standards for Art Libraries and Visual Resources Collections."4 This document was incorporated into the study protocol to insure uniformity in library directors' identification of staff levels. These will be paraphrased and shortened here to introduce the reader to the nature of the standards document. The Professional. Recommended Reading. ARLIS-NA Staffing Standards Task Force. Staffing Standards for Art Libraries and Visual Resources Collections: Facilities Standards for Art Libraries and Visual Resources Collections. ARLIS-NA. Order from US Amazon; CA Amazon; UK Amazon. Kopatz, Kim (editor).

This study builds on research conducted for the article "Staffing Standards and Core Competencies in Academic Art and Architecture Departmental Libraries: A Preliminary Study."(FN2) Areas Author: Sarah Mccleskey. Oct 24,  · The book focuses on common practices in the field as well as the individuals who work in art libraries and the collections they maintain. Instead of the standard primer on art librarianship, this book is an insightful look at how art librarians are unique in terms of the clientele they serve, their subject knowledge, and the variety of Cited by: 1. Many units of the American Library Association have developed documents that give advice to librarians on various aspects of library service. These documents may be called "standards " or "guidelines". The ALA Standards Manual gives definitions of those terms, describes the authority of units to develop them. Decimal System, BISAC (Book Industry Study Group), etc. With the adoption and implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), school library collections should reflect: o the balance of fiction and non-fiction according to grade bands, and o levels of text complexity. The collection of resources is aligned with the school’s.

ARLIS/NA and the VRA encourage institutions to comply with the ARLIS/NA Staffing Standards for Art Libraries and Fine Arts Slide Collections (Art Documentation (Winter, ), pp. ). Accreditation and Review. Visual resources collections should be included in program, library or departmental reviews. Libraries are evolving rapidly from physical spaces providing on-site services and resources to providers of electronic resources and virtual services. The book, Staffing the Modern Library: A How-To-Do-It Manual, written by Cohn and Kelsey, is designed to help library administrators staff this modern organization. This is accomplished by Author: Anne Linton. Public Library Staffing Measures. From Professionaltips. Neither the ALA nor our public library division, the Public Library Association (PLA), sets prescriptive standards for public libraries, including a number of staff needed per capita. Collection Development, and Human Resources on this wiki. However, individual states may have. Collection Management & Development Series, No Mary H. Munroe, John M. Haar, and Peggy Johnson (Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, ) 32p. $ ISBN To a new collection development librarian just learning the field or to an experienced practitioner attempting to reorganize a program, the options can be confusing and contradictory.