New LIS Series Keeps Students and Librarians Up-to-Date and Informed

By IGI Global on Oct 10, 2011
Are you a professor in library information science looking for the latest must-have publication to instruct the future librarians of the world? Look no further. IGI Global has responded to the needs of library science programs across the globe by developing a book series titled Advances in Library Information Science. This book series features releases from highly recognized librarians and information professionals and is made up of high-quality, research-oriented publications on the continuing developments and trends affecting public, school, academic, and specialized libraries and librarians around the world.ALIS

Just released within the book series is E-Reference Context and Discoverability in Libraries: Issues and Concepts, edited by the world-renowned librarian Sue Polanka, Head Reference and Instructional Librarian at Wright State University, as well as author and developer of " No Shelf Required," a blog dedicated to the discussion of e-books, librarians, and publishers. This book consists of over 20 informative chapters by librarians, publishers, and other industry professionals that propose new ideas for reinventing reference collections and interfaces to fit the needs of today's researchers. This publication is of great value to you because it instructs, prepares, and provides you with the knowledge and understanding of discoverability and e-reference in order to bring vetted reference sources to the forefront of every researcher's needs.

Click here to view the promotional brochure for this best selling publication!

We encourage you to adopt this publication for use in your classroom, as well as for additional reference support in the library science program at your university. To do so, please click on this link and submit a request to our course adoption specialist. Additionally, we would like to encourage you to recommend this book to your library. You can do so by clicking here.

Should you be interested in purchasing all of the publications in the Advances in Library Information Science book series for your university's library information science program by adding the series to your library's approval program, please contact IGI Global's marketing department by e-mailing

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