Bowker Annual Library and Book Trade Almanac, Volume 51

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Information Today Incorporated, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 830 pages
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As an on-the-job answer book, a statistical information resource, a planning and research guide, and a directory and calendar, The Bowker Annual Library and Book Trade Almanac 2006 delivers the hard-to-find industry news and information you need. This acclaimed must-have resource provides the following: Expert reviews of the key trends, events, and developments that will influence your work in 2006 and the years to come Clear explanations of new legislation and changes in funding programs and how this will affect libraries Definitive statistics on book prices, numbers of books published, library expenditures, average salaries, and other budget-crunching assistance A full calendar of events, key organizations, names and numbers of important individuals (including e-mail addresses and fax numbers), and much more This fully updated reference tool makes it easy to stay on top of the developments that affect libraries, booksellers, and publishers alike and to find fast answers to the countless on-the-job questions you encounter.

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Contents

Technology Blogs Wikis at Forefront for School Librarians Walter Minkel
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Digital Copyright Concerns Lead 2005 Publishing News Jim Milliot
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Federal Agency and Federal Library Reports
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Copyright

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Jeffrey M. Stanton is an associate professor in the school of information studies at Syracuse University. His work has been published in" Human Performance, "International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, "Information Technology and People, "Journal of Applied Psychology, "Journal of Information Systems Education, and "Personnel Psychology. He is the recipient of the National Science Foundation's CAREER award. He lives in Jamesville, New York. Kathryn R. Stam is an assistant professor of anthropology at the SUNY Institute of Technology-Utica. She is a founding member and the associate director of the Syracuse Information Security Evaluation (SISE) project. Her research has appeared in "Journal of Digital Information, "Journal of Information Systems Education, and "World Health Forum. She lives in New Hartford, New York.

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