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LSC: Everyday Library Skills & Reference Sources – New Arrivals

2011 November 16
by Christina Manz

Browse our Fall 2011 New Arrivals as they are added to the collection.

Texas residents can borrow directly from the Library Science Collection by e-mailing requests for materials and information to lsc@tsl.texas.gov, and non-Texas residents can access the collection via interlibrary loan services.

Library Management Tips that Work (2011)
Editor: Carol Smallwood
What’s the best way to deal with unreturned library materials, manage more than one school library with one FTE librarian, or hire and train graduate students for an academic library? Contributors from all types of libraries tackle the stumpers of library management with insight, and offer best practices for handling a variety of situations that often occur while running a library, but may not have been covered in other management books.
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Book Repair: A How-To-Do-It Manual, 2nd edition revised (2011)
Author: Kenneth Lavender, revised by Artemis BonaDea

Lavender’s authoritative repair manual has been updated and revised for the latest in basic book repair techniques to preservation practices. Illustrated methods for cleaning, mending, hinge and spine repair, strengthening paperbacks are presented step by step, as well as dealing with wet and water-damaged books, mold and mildew, and where to find affordable repair tools and supplies. Over 110 detailed diagrams, photographs, and drawing illustrate this comprehensive resource.
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Ready-Made Book Displays (2011)
Author: Nancy M. Henkel
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Finding the Law: Legal Research for Librarians and Paralegals (2011)
Author: Bryan M. Carson
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