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E-Books for Library Professionals

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Information issues for older Americans / edited by William Aspray.
Publication: Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2022.
Subject: Older people -- Services for -- United States.
Subject: Information behavior -- United States.
Subject: Information literacy -- United States.
Call No.: E-BOOK
Also available in print. 

Cataloging and classification: an introduction / Athena Salaba and Lois Mai Chan.
Publication: Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2023.
Subject: Cataloging -- United States.
Subject: Classification -- Books.
Call No.: E-BOOK
Also available in print. 

Copyright: best practices for academic libraries / Donna L. Ferullo and Dwayne K. Buttler.
Publication: Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2023.
Subject: Copyright -- United States.
Subject: Fair use (Copyright) -- United States.
Subject: Copyright -- Electronic information resources -- United States.
Subject: Library copyright policies -- United States.
Subject: Academic libraries -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Subject: Interlibrary loans -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Subject: Electronic reserve collections in libraries -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Subject: Photocopying -- Fair use (Copyright) -- United States.
Call No.: E-BOOK
Also available in print.

Pioneers in librarianship: sixty notable leaders who shaped the field / Christian A. Nappo.

Publication: Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2022.
Subject: Librarians -- Biography.
Call No.: E-BOOK
Also available in print.

Web metrics for library and information professionals / David Stuart.
Publication: [Place of publication not identified]: Facet Publishing, 2023.
Subject: Resource description & access.
Subject: Webometrics.
Subject: Data mining.
Subject: Library science.
Call No.: E-BOOK

For FY2023-24, the percentage of total costs for the State Library and Statewide Resource Sharing program financed with federal money is 67%; the federal dollar amount to be spent on the program is $1,465,913. Local match, which includes non-governmental funding, is $742,070.31.

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