The Library Student Advisory Board

The Library Student Advisory Board

Why your Academic Library Needs It and How to Make It Work

Book - 2009
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Baker & Taylor
"This practical guide written by two library professionals who established a library student advisory board at Penn State University's Schuylkill campus, explains the benefits and operation of such a board. The club at Schuylkill resembles a public library's "friends" group in which members provide feedback and guidance for librarians while promoting and raising funds for patron-selected materials"--Provided by publisher.

Blackwell North Amer
This is a practical guide written by two professionals with real-world experience establishing a library student advisory board.
Penn State University's Schuylkill campus library has such a board, operating beautifully. Different from traditional student advisory boards, the club at Penn State Schuylkill resembles a public library's "friends" group. The activities of the club benefit not only the library and campus but the club members themselves.
Just how much time, effort, and know-how is required to form a library student advisory board? Here is the answer. Useful advice is offered on how to get a club started, how to recruit new members and keep them active, the duties of the club advisor, basic "do's and don'ts" of fundraising, and how to build a successful relationship between the club, the library director, and the library staff.

McFarland Publishing
This is a practical guide written by two professionals with real-world experience establishing a library student advisory board. Penn State University's Schuylkill campus library has such a board, operating beautifully. Different from traditional student advisory boards, the club at Penn State Schuylkill resembles a public library's "friends" group. The activities of the club benefit not only the library and campus but the club members themselves. Just how much time, effort, and know-how is required to form a library student advisory board? Here is the answer. Useful advice is offered on how to get a club started, how to recruit new members and keep them active, the duties of the club advisor, basic "do's and don'ts" of fundraising, and how to build a successful relationship between the club, the library director, and the library staff.

Publisher: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Company Inc., Publishers, c2009
ISBN: 9780786435609
Characteristics: viii, 200 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Seiler, Marianne 1960-

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