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Items in Bibliography, Library Science or Information Resources (General) that were added to the Concordia University Libraries collection in the last 30 days.


  • A.J.A. Symons, his life and speculations / Julian Symons
    Z 1004 S9S9 1986

  • A long way from the Armstrong beer parlour : a life in rare books : essays / by Richard Landon ; with an introduction by Marie Elena Korey
    Z 1001 L262 2014

  • Transforming libraries to serve graduate students / edited by Crystal Renfro and Cheryl Stiles
    Z 711.92 G73T73 2018

  • The library outreach casebook / edited by Ryan L. Sittler and Terra J. Rogerson
    Z 711.7 L536 2018

  • Institutional repositories / compiled and written by Brighid M. Gonzales
    ZA 4081.86 G66 2018

  • Digital preservation in libraries : preparing for a sustainable future / edited by Jeremy Myntti and Jessalyn Zoom
    Z 701.3 C65D535 2019
    "Comprehensive overview of all aspects of digital preservation with contributions from leading institutions the world over"--

  • Critical approaches to credit-bearing information literacy courses / edited by Angela Pashia and Jessica Critten
    ZA 3075 C746 2019

  • The changing academic library : operations, culture, environments / John M. Budd
    Z 675 U5B866 2018
    "In this newly revised and expanded third edition, The Changing Academic Library: Operations, Culture, Environments, number 74 in ACRL's Publications in Librarianship series, presents a critical examination of major issues facing colleges and universities and the unique challenges their libraries face. In twelve chapters--including a completely new second chapter on the state of higher education--the book presents an overview of higher education and the role of libraries within the institution, covering academic models from private colleges to public universities; discusses governance models, financing, and organizational culture, and the library's place within them; examines changes in scholarly communication; looks at the impact of the library on its community; and explores issues affecting library collections, access, services, and staffing"--

  • Augmented and virtual reality in libraries / edited by Jolanda-Pieta von Arnhem, Christine Elliott, Marie Rose
    ZA 4084 M85 A84 2018
    Augmented and Virtual Reality in Libraries is written for librarians, by librarians: understanding that diverse communities use libraries, museums, and archives for a variety of different reasons. Many current books on this topic have a very technological focus on augmentation and are aimed towards computer programmers with advanced technology skills. This book makes augmented reality, virtual reality, and mixed reality applications much more accessible to professionals without extensive technology backgrounds. This innovative title touches on possible implementation, projects, and assessment needs for both academic and public libraries, museums, and archives.

  • Register of erotic books, vel (sub haec specie) dubiorum : opus bibliographicum et praecipue bibliothecariis destinatum / compiled by Alfred Rose
    Z 5865 R28 1965
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