The Atlas of New Librarianship by David R. Lankes

By: Lankes, R. DavidMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Cambridge The MIT Press 2011Description: 408p Color MapISBN: 9780262529921Subject(s): Librarianship | Library Science - PhilosophyDDC classification: 020
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An introduction to the Atlas
1. Navigating the future
2. The foundations of the atlas
3. Finding a center in the dynamic
4. A note on rhetoric

The atlas
5. A note on visualization
6. How to navigate the atlas
7. Readers of the atlas
8. Limitations of the atlas

Threads
9. Mission
10. Knowledge creation
11. Facilitating
12. Communities
13. Improve Society
14. Librarians
15. Threads Postscript
16. Ability to work in interdisciplinary teams
17. Academic
18. Access
19. Administration
20. Agreements
21. Ambiguity is essential for professional work
22. Annotations
23. Application builders
24. Archives
25. Artifacts
26. Assessment
27. Authoritative versus authoritarian
28. Avoiding the Florentine dilemma
29. Bachelor of information and instructional design
30. Boundary issues
31. Cataloging relationships
32. Circulation
33. Co-learning
34. Collection development
35. Communications
36. Community as collector
37. Computer science
38. Constructivism
39. Conversants
40. Conversation theory
41. Core skills
42. Core values
43. Creating a new social compact
44. Creating an agenda
45. Credibility
46. Curriculum of communication and change over traditional ideas of leadership
47. Death of documents
48. Democracy and openness overshadowed by technology
49. Department of Justice
50. Dialectic theories
51. Different communities librarians serve
52. Digital environments
53. Education
54. Embedded librarians
55. Entailment mesh
56. Entrepreneurium
57. Environment
58. Ethics
59. Every course has symposia and practica
60. Evolution of integrated library systems
61. Evolution of systems
62. Evolution of the social compact
63. Extrinsic
64. Free Library of Philadelphia
65. From authority to reliability
66. From school to school of thought
67. Gaming
68. Getting past the L V I debate
69. Go to the conversation
70. Government
71. Growing importance of two-way infrastructure
72. Humanities
73. Hybrid environments
74. Importance of a worldview
75. Importance of action and activism
76. Importance of technical skills
77. Importance of theory and deep concepts
78. Increase friction in the process
79. Information organization
80. Information science
81. Information seeking
82. Information services
83. Infrastructure providers
84. Innovation
85. Innovation versus entrepreneurship
86. Institute for advanced librarianship idea
87. Intellectual freedom and safety
88. Intellectually honest not unbiased
89. Internet model example
90. Intrinsic
91. Invest in tools of creation over collection of artifacts
92. Issues of institution repositories
93. Knowledge
94. Knowledge is created through conversation
95. Lā‚€
96. Lā‚
97. Language
98. Leadership
99. Learning
100. Learning theory
101. Libraries are in the knowledge business, therefore the conversation business
102. Library instruction
103. Limitations of tagging
104. LIS education
105. Longitude example
106. Mapping conversations
107. Massive scale
108. Means of facilitation
109. Meeting spaces
110. Members not patrons or users
111. Memory
112. Motivation
113. Motivation theory
114. Music center
115. Need for an executive doctorate
116. Need for an expanded definition of literacy
117. Need to expand the educational ladder
118. Obligation of leadership
119. Open source
120. Openness
121. Paraprofessionals
122. Physical environments
123. Policy
124. Postmodernism
125. Pressure for participation
126. Public
127. Public service
128. Publisher of community
129. Recognize a school as a participatory network
130. Reference
131. Reference extract
132. Relation to other domains
133. Risks of data
134. Scapes
135. Scholarly communications
136. School
137. School information management systems
138. Selective dissemination of information
139. Sense-making
140. Service
141. Service is not invisibility
142. Shared shelves with the community
143. Shelving
144. Shift in innovation from academy to ubiquity
145. Social justice issues
146. Social literacy
147. Social network sites
148. Source amnesia
149. Special
150. System view
151. TCP-IP
152. The mission of librarians is to improve society through facilitating knowledge creation in their communities
153. Topical centers with curriculum
154. Transition of traditional skills
155. True facilitation means shared ownership
156. Truly distributed digital library
157. User
158. User systems
159. User-based design
160. Vital roles of mentors
161. Warehousing functions
162. Web 2.0
163. Writing center

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