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How do you ensure that the interview you so carefully recorded will be preserved and available in the future? Written in a practical style, MacKay guides readers to make the oral history "archive ready", offers planning strategies, and provides links to the most current information in this rapidly evolving field.
This book is the first to provide a comprehensive and systematic overview of oral history theory in an accessible format. Includes themes such as the peculiarities of oral history, the study of the self, subjectivity and intersubjectivity, memory, narrative, performance and power.
Including 66 focused snapshots of outreach in action, this resource reflects the creative solutions of librarians searching for new and innovative ways to build programs that meet customer needs while expanding the library's scope into the community.
Libraries foster mini-communities. These mini-communities help provide fellowship and develop relationships amongst the group members, but also help the larger community recognize and learn about the mini-communities that create the larger community.
This book illustrates the value of libraries and their resources through an array of alliances to improve health and enhance people's lives. It is unique in its illustration of key principles of collaboration, partner engagement, shared leadership, project development and outcomes measurement, as well as the challenges inherent in collaborations among diverse partners.