Library and Information Science Publications

Library and Information Science

Resources within IGI Global’s Library and Information Science subject area aid in the implementation of new techniques and technologies that advance library services and processes. The ability to access content expeditiously, whether for leisure or research, is of the utmost importance to library patrons. While at the same time, the ability to effectively manage information and service development is undoubtedly important to librarians. New advancements such as the print to digital conversion are allowing patrons to get the exact materials they need as quickly as they need them, thus creating a demand for librarians to become even more technologically proficient. Librarians looking for professional development materials for themselves or their staff will find that these titles examine both technological and organizational progressions in K-12, college and university, joint-use, special, corporate, and public libraries, taking into consideration budgetary, staffing, and space concerns.


  • Contains nearly 600 books and 10+ journals.
  • Covers over 45 topics within 8 different categories.
  • Highlights research from and for librarians and other experts in the field specializing in collection development, acquisitions, archiving, technology, administration and leadership, media, serials, circulation, and education.
  • Used as supplemental sources in library science courses through IGI Global’s Course Adoption program.
  • All titles are available as part of InfoSci®-Books (5,300+ reference books), InfoSci®-Journals (185+ scholarly journals), and InfoSci®-Library and Information Science (nearly 600 e-books)

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