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The New Professional's Toolkit

A handbook for new information professionals wanting to thrive in their careers. Drawing together the experiences and advice of rising stars in the information world, it covers topics such as: utilizing technologies and social media; generating funding and how to do more with less; and managing people and communication skills.

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  • "A handbook for new information professionals wanting to thrive in their careers. Drawing together the experiences and advice of rising stars in the information world, it covers topics such as: utilizing technologies and social media; generating funding and how to do more with less; and managing people and communication skills."@en
  • ""The Toolkit aims to support new professionals and help them develop themselves and their services. It draws together case studies on various aspects of Library and Information work, aimed at new professionals and supported by exercises, hints and tips, and further reading."--Companion website."
  • ""The Toolkit aims to support new professionals and help them develop themselves and their services. It draws together case studies on various aspects of Library and Information work, aimed at new professionals and supported by exercises, hints and tips, and further reading."--Companion website."@en
  • "This is the definitive handbook for all new information professionals wanting to thrive in their careers. Drawing together the experiences and advice of rising stars in the information world it provides a comprehensive and dynamic resource which will help you to understand and tackle every challenge you encounter in the information world. Each chapter will interweave expert and cutting-edge narrative introducing the topic with international case studies from all sectors examining personal experiences and how these have shaped their roles. Advice, practical exercises and activities will guide the reader in their own professional development. Some of the topics covered include: utilizing technologies and social media; engaging stakeholders and promoting library services and the information role; user analysis, metrics, quantitative measures and SWOT analysis; generating funding and how to do more with less; getting involved in digital preservation; managing people and communication skills; up-skilling and professional development; and, networking, promoting yourself and staying up to date. This is essential reading for all new professionals in academic, public and special libraries, archives and records management and those who want to further develop their career. It's also an invaluable guide for students of these disciplines hoping to get to grips with the profession."

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  • "Einführung"
  • "Handbooks, manuals, etc"
  • "Handbooks, manuals, etc"@en
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Electronic books"@en

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  • "The New professional's toolkit"
  • "The New Professional's Toolkit"@en
  • "The new professional's toolkit"
  • "The new professional's toolkit"@en