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Monday, April 04, 2011

Facet Publishing E-books (UK)

Facet Publishing has a selection of titles available as e-books. Initially, twenty two titles will be available to libraries and institutions through the web-based portals of the two popular vendors. Facet will continue to add to the list of available e-book editions in the future and customers will be notified about new additions through the monthly Facet Publishing e-bulletin and other channels. The titles available as e-books are:

Access, Delivery, Performance edited by Jillian R Griffiths and Jenny Craven

Blended Learning by Barbara Allan

Building an Electronic Resource Collection by Stuart D Lee and Frances Boyle

Competing with Knowledge by Angela Abell and Nigel Oxbrow

E-books in Libraries edited by Kate Price and Virginia Havergal

Evaluating the Impact of Your Library by Sharon Markless and David Streatfield

Evidence-based Practice for Information Professionals edited by Andrew Booth and Anne Brice

How to Give Your Users the LIS Services they Want by Sheila Pantry and Peter Griffiths

Introducing Information Management edited by Elena Macevičiütè and T D Wilson

Libraries Without Walls 5 edited by Peter Brophy, Shelagh Fisher and Jenny Craven

Libraries Without Walls 6 edited by Peter Brophy, Jenny Craven and Margaret Markland

Libraries Without Walls 7 edited by Peter Brophy, Jenny Craven and Margaret Markland

Managing Information Resources in Libraries by Peter Clayton and G E Gorman

Managing the Crowd by Steve Bailey

Planning and Implementing Electronic Records Management by Kelvin Smith

Qualitative Research for the Information Professional by G E Gorman and Peter Clayton

Setting up a Library and Information Service from Scratch by Sheila Pantry and Peter Griffiths

Supporting E-Learning edited by Maxine Melling

The Library in the Twenty-first Century by Peter Brophy

The Public Library by David McMenemy

Transformative Learning Support Models in Higher Education edited by Margaret Weaver

Web Accessibility edited by Jenny Craven

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