The Small Public Library Survival Guide: Thriving on Less

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American Library Association, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 159 pages
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"[Herbert] Landau, a seasoned marketer, applied his three decades of corporate marketing experience to save a small library faced with funding cuts. His customer-centric approaches brought in resources, volunteers, and in-kind donations and earned the library local and national awards"-- Cover.

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Herbert Landau, author of the T/he Small Library Survival Guide: Thriving on Less,/ comes from the corporate world. After retiring, he hired on with his local public library, hoping to spend the end ... Read full review

Contents

ONE WHY THIS BOOK IS NECESSARY
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TWO DEFINING YOUR LIBRARYS ROLE IN YOUR COMMUNITY
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THREE TRANSLATING COMMUNITY NEEDS INTO A STRATEGIC PLAN
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About the author (2008)

Herbert B. Landau is director of the Milanof-Schock Library in Mount Joy, Pennsylvania.

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