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WHERE IN THE PUBLISHING WORLD?. The Library Part of the Equation. Katie Dunneback Consultant East Central Library Services - Bettendorf, IA. What is Reader’s Advisory?.

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where in the publishing world

WHERE IN THE PUBLISHING WORLD?

The Library Part of the Equation

Katie Dunneback

Consultant

East Central Library Services - Bettendorf, IA

what is reader s advisory
What is Reader’s Advisory?
  • “A patron-centered library service for adult leisure readers. A successful readers’ advisory service is one in which knowledgeable, nonjudgmental staff help fiction and nonfiction readers with their leisure-reading needs.”
    • Joyce Saricks, Readers’ Advisory Service in the Public Library, 3rd edition (2005)
iowa spending
Iowa Spending

FY09 (7/08 to 6/09)

  • Total: $14,121,073
  • Print: $10,175,460
  • Electronic: $1,104,697

FY10 (7/09 to 6/10)

  • Total: $14,077,241 (-.31%)
  • Print: $9,762,105 (-4.1%)
  • Electronic: $1,132,325 (+2.5%)
ranganathan s 5 laws of library science
Ranganathan’s 5 Laws of Library Science
  • Books are for use.
  • Every reader his [or her] book.
  • Every book its reader.
  • Save the time of the reader.
  • The library is a growing organism.
2 ways to save time
2 Ways to Save Time
  • Better Metadata
  • Slicker DRM (if no DRM in the first place)
a little wisdom of the ages
A little wisdom of the ages
  • Leon: A radio's a little box that you buy on the installment plan, and before you tune it in, they tell you there's a new model out. - Ninotchka, 1939
photo credits
Photo Credits
  • “Library of Celsus at Ephesus” by QuartierLatin1968 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/22174859@N00/382186961/
  • “generic book shots” by Michael Casey - http://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelcasey/2547447735/
  • “Ranganathan Has A Posse” by Aaron Schmidt - http://www.walkingpaper.org/128
  • “Clocks” by jim crossley- http://www.flickr.com/photos/raindog/2701083851
  • “Running Fast, Running True” by Balaji Dutt M V- http://www.flickr.com/photos/mvbalaji/315527168/