Library Leadership & Management (LL&M) is the journal of the Library Leadership and Management Association. LL&M focuses on assisting library administrators and managers at all levels as they deal with day-to-day challenges. In-depth articles address a wide variety of management issues and highlight examples of successful management methods used in libraries. Features include interviews with prominent practitioners in libraries and related fields, and columns with practical advice on managing libraries.
Vol 31, No 1 (2016)
Table of Contents
|Campus-wide Information Literacy Assessment: An Opportunity for Library Leadership|
|Diana K. Wakimoto, Stephanie Alexander, Jeffra Diane Bussmann, Peg Winkelman, Jiansheng Guo|
|Managing an Information Literacy Needs Assessment Over Multiple Campuses|
|Daniel Earl Wilson|
|From Zero to Sixty in Under One Year: A Practical Approach to Building New Programs and Services, Managing Change, and Embracing Innovation as a New Library Administrator|
|Teaching a New Dog Old Tricks: Supervising Veteran Staff as an Early Career Librarian|
|Pilot Implementation of a Leadership Framework in the National Library of Medicine Associate Fellowship Program|
|New and Noteworthy - Workplace Bullying: A Silent Epidemic|
|Jennifer Ann Bartlett|
|Stereotype Threat and the Senior Library Patron|
|Patricia F. Katopol|
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