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Innovation in public libraries : learning from international library practice / Kirstie Nicholson.

By: Nicholson, Kirstie, author.
Call number: Z665 N48 2017 Material type: TextTextSeries: Chandos information professional series.Publisher: Cambridge, MA : Chandos Publishing an imprint of Elesvier, [2017]Description: vi, 150 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780081012765 (pbk.) ; 97800814012963 (ebk.) (Invalid ISBN) ; 9780081012963 (online) (Invalid ISBN) Subject(s): Public libraries | Public libraries -- AdministrationDDC classification: 027.4 Summary: "Innovation in Public Libraries examines the recent activities of successful and innovative libraries aroundthe world, presenting their initiatives in areas including library design, events and programmes, and creating customer experiences. It provides an overview of these libraries' successful experiences and identifies emerging global trends and themes. The author offers library practitioners guidance on how to pursue these trends in their own library environment, identifying achievable goals when planning programming, building and design improvements, and in developing customer interactions in order to emulate the experiences of international libraries." -- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"Innovation in Public Libraries examines the recent activities of successful and innovative libraries aroundthe world, presenting their initiatives in areas including library design, events and programmes, and creating customer experiences. It provides an overview of these libraries' successful experiences and identifies emerging global trends and themes. The author offers library practitioners guidance on how to pursue these trends in their own library environment, identifying achievable goals when planning programming, building and design improvements, and in developing customer interactions in order to emulate the experiences of international libraries." -- Provided by publisher.

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