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The Power of One. And yet it takes a dynamic duo to present this program . Judy Calhoun, Director Southeast Arkansas Regional Library & Anna Bates, Assistant Director Stuttgart Public Library. 1 In 3 Librarians in the world works in a One Person Library – Siess, 2006 .

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The Power of One

And yet it takes a dynamic duo

to present this program

Judy Calhoun, Director

Southeast Arkansas Regional Library

&

Anna Bates, Assistant Director

Stuttgart Public Library

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1 In 3 Librarians in the world works in a

One Person Library

– Siess, 2006

10 traits librarians share with super heroes

1. Superheroes never give up.

2. Superheroes always get the job done.

3. Superheroes are the best at what they do.

4. Superheroes have a purpose that is crystal clear.

5. Superheroes are NOT flawless.

6. Superheroes do not seek glory.

7. Superheroes help others.

8. Superheroes can do it by themselves, but are more

powerful in teams.

9. Superheroes’ true strength comes from their character.

10. Superheroes accomplish huge feats.

10 Traits Librarians Share with Super Heroes
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Books

Smallwood, Carol & Clapp, Melissa. (2011). How to Thrive as a Solo Librarian. Scarecrow Press.

Lewis, Linda. (2013). Effective Time Management (Management Skills). Vizenio S.R.L. (Free to read on Amazon Prime).

Siess, Judith. (2006). The New OPL Sourcebook: A Guide for Solo and Small Libraries. Information Today, Inc.

St. Clair, Guy & Williamson, Joan. (1995). Managing the New One-Person Library (Information Services Management). Bowker-Saur.

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Blogs

The Proverbial Lone Wolf Librarian - http://lonewolflibrarian.wordpress.com/

Flying Solo (SLA Solo Librarians Division) - http://solo.sla.org/

OPL Plus (not just for OPL’s anymore) - http://opls.blogspot.com/

Wikis

http://wiki.sla.org

http://wiki.sla.org/display/Toronto/Solot+Librarians

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Listservs:

SOLOLIB-L: http://listserv.silverplatter.com/archives/sololib-l.html

ARSL: [email protected]

ALA: http://www.ala.org

Association for Library Service to Children: http://www.ala.org/alsc/

Young Adult Library Services Association: http://www.ala.org/yalsa/

Your State’s Library Association listserv

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Websites

Fantastic Fiction - http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/

Order in the Library - http://web.archive.org/web/20070127034103/http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/s2s/utopia/library4/src/library4.swf

Organizations:

SOLO Librarian Division, Special Libraries Association

Suggested Continual Reading:

Library Journal

Your State’s Library Association publication

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