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List of Textbooks Being Used in Archival, LIS, and Related Courses: A Comparative Tool for Curriculum Development

See also, Technical Handbooks and Guides and e-books


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  1. Baker. Consumer Health Information for Public Librarians
  2. Choo. Knowing Organization
  3. Clark. E-learning and Science of Instruction
  4. Davenport. Working Knowledge
  5. Draze. Project Planner
  6. Durrance. How Libraries and Librarians
  7. Edupress. Quick Flip Questions for Critical Thinking
  8. Evans. Developing Library and Information Centers
  9. Fitzpatrick. Program Evaluation
  10. Gerantabee. Dynamic Learning Flash CS3
  11. Gladwell. Tipping Point
  12. Harada. Assessing Learning
  13. Hernon. Comparative Perspectives...
  14. Herron. Social Sciences
  15. Hughes. School Reform and School Library Media
  16. Ingersoll. Managing Information Technology
  17. Jurafsky. Speech and Language Processing
  18. Loertscher. Beyond Bird Units
  19. Koechlin. Build Your Own Information
  20. Kroenke. Database Processing
  21. Kuniavsky. Observing the User Experience
  22. Lightstone. Physical Database Design
  23. Matthews. Bottom Line: Determining Communicating
  24. McKibbon. PDQ: Evidenced Baseed Principles and Practices
  25. Morris. Administering School Library Media Centers
  26. Macho-Stadler. Introduction to the Economics of Information
  27. Perkins. Actionscript 3.0 For Adobe Flash CS3 Pro
  28. Ramakrishnan. Database Management Systems
  29. Schneier. Secrets and Lies
  30. Shapiro. Information Rules
  31. Solomon. Information Security Illuminated
  32. Strauss. Handbook of Business Information
  33. Wallace. Library Evaluation
  34. Yarger. Managing and Using MySQL

Patron Privacy

  • Westby. International Guide to Privacy

Rare Book Librarianship

  1. Carter. ABC for Book Collectors
  2. Eisenstein. Printing Revolution in Early Modern Europe
  3. Febvre. Coming of the Book


  1. Bell. Librarian's Guide to Online Searching
  2. Bopp. Reference+Information Services
  3. Cassell. Reference and Information Services in the 21st Century, 2006 edition. | Book Review
  4. Jennerich. Reference Interview as a Creative Art
  5. Katz. Introduction to Reference Work
  6. Kuniavsky. Observing the User Experience, 2003 edition | Book Review
  7. Librarian's Guide to Online Searching | Book Review
  8. Mann. Oxford Guide to Library Research
  9. Meadow. Text Information Retrieval Systems
  10. Ross. Conducting Reference Interview
  11. Weinberg. Everything is Miscellaneous

Research Methods

  1. Statistics for People who Hate Statistics. 3rd ed. | Book Review
  2. Babbie, E. The Practice of Social Research. 11th ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2006. ISBN 0495093254, ISBN 978-0495093251. | Book Review
  3. Leedy. Practical Research
  4. Matthews. Measuring for Results
  5. Powell. Basic Research Methods for Librarians
  6. Smith. Collecting and Using Public Library Statistics
  7. Trochim. Research Methods Knowledge Base
  8. Verzani. Using R for Introductory Statistics
  9. Walter. Output Measures for Public Library Services
  10. Welkowitz. Introduction to Statisics for Behaviorial Science

Social Sciences

  1. Social Sciences: Cross-Disciplinary. 3rd ed. (Herron). | Book Review


  1. Hoffer. Modern Systems Analysis and Design
  2. Stair. Succeeding with Technology
  3. Walters. Essential Guide to Computing

Technical Services

  1. Burke, John J. Library Technology Companion. 2nd edition. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc., 2006. | Book Review
  2. G. Edward Evans, Sheila S. Intner, Jean Weihs. Introduction to Technical Services. 7th ed. Libraries Unlimited, 2002. ISBN 156308922X, ISBN 978-1563089220. | Book Review
  3. Kochtanek, Thomas R. and Joseph R. Matthews. Library Information Systems: From Library Automation to Distributed Information Access Solutions. ISBN 1-59158-018-8. | Book Review
  4. Lesk. Understanding Digital Libraries
  5. Mayo. Technology for Results
  6. Parsons, J. J., & Oja, D. New Perspectives on Computer Concepts. 10th ed. Cambridge, MA: Thomas, 2007. ISBN 978-1-4239-0610-0, ISBN 1-4239-0610-1. | Book Review
  7. Whitehead. HTML: Your Visual Blueprint for Designing


  1. Kuniavsky. Observing the User Experience
  2. Rubin. Handbook of Usability Testing

Records Management

  1. Shepherd. Managing Records


Research Guide

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