The Resource Creativity for library career advancement: : perspectives, techniques and eureka moments, edited by Vera Gubnitskaia and Carol Smallwood ; foreward by Deb Biggs Tenbusch

Creativity for library career advancement: : perspectives, techniques and eureka moments, edited by Vera Gubnitskaia and Carol Smallwood ; foreward by Deb Biggs Tenbusch

Label
Creativity for library career advancement: : perspectives, techniques and eureka moments
Title
Creativity for library career advancement:
Title remainder
perspectives, techniques and eureka moments
Statement of responsibility
edited by Vera Gubnitskaia and Carol Smallwood ; foreward by Deb Biggs Tenbusch
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
In today's diverse, ever-changing job market, creativity is more necessary than ever. In a profession offering a broad range of job opportunities, librarians are surrounded by myriad connections to be made. They are trained to recognize them. This collection of new essays covers a wide spectrum of methods for cultivating creativity. Topics include learning through role-playing games, libraries as publishers, setting up and using makerspaces, developing in-home support for early-career staff, creating travelling exhibits, creative problem solving, and organizing no-cost conferences
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Cataloging source
TTU
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
Z682.35.V62
LC item number
C73 2019
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • 1960-
  • 1939-
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  • Gubnitskaia, Vera
  • Smallwood, Carol
  • Tenbusch, Deb Biggs
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  • Library science
  • Librarians
  • Career development
  • Career development
  • Librarians
  • Library science
Label
Creativity for library career advancement: : perspectives, techniques and eureka moments, edited by Vera Gubnitskaia and Carol Smallwood ; foreward by Deb Biggs Tenbusch
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Growth lessons learned from a one-year fellowship in a nontraditional library environment
  • Dana E. Thimons
  • Applying improvisation in libraries and librarianship
  • Anthony Stamatoplos
  • Let your voice be heard: libraries as publishers
  • Kathleen Christy
  • The art of pseudo-archives and its role in advocacy
  • Anastasia S. Varnalis-Weigle
  • Reinvention through necessity: one librarian's evolution from one-shots to for-credit teaching
  • Mary Tood Chesnut
  • The power of incubation: slowing down to speed up creativity
  • The library as laboratory: using makerspaces to cultivate organizational and personal creativity
  • Courtney McAllister and Christine R. Elliott
  • Firing up personal growth with the spark of creativity: how to start a creativity group for library staff
  • Leslie A. Wagner
  • Following in the footprints of the master (detective)
  • Robert Perret
  • Poets and scholars: foregrounding librarians' creative writing in and out of the university classroom
  • Rochelle Smith
  • The tenure-track librarian as a scholarly researcher
  • Rachel K. Fischer
  • Jim Jipson and Kellie Sparks
  • The writerly librarian: creativity and writing
  • Addison Lucchi
  • The process of research and publication as a tool for personal and professional growth
  • Astrid Oliver
  • Small steps, big impact: professional and personal growth and development
  • Robin R. Breault, Brooke McDonald Shelton and James Ritter
  • Transparency and subterfuge: encouraging creativity in academic libraries
  • Jack Maness, Erin Elzi and Shannon Tharp using makerspaces to cultivate organizational and personal creativity
  • Creative accommodations: finding the best solution for library employees with invisible disabilities
  • Joy M. Perrin and Carrye Kay Syma
  • Two worlds, one outlet: zine making and critical reflection for professional and personal development
  • Contagious creativity: leveraging staff talents and interest to find career satisfaction
  • Shelia Gaines and Casey Parkman
  • Developing in-house support for early career staff
  • Paula Archey, Maggie Nunley and Erin E. Pappas
  • Music to my ears: using amateur music-making as a means of vocational specialty
  • Bruce R. Schueneman
  • A shutterbug in a world of bookworms: photography as a creative outlet in academic librarianship
  • Michelle P. McKinney
  • Artful information: lessons for librarians from visual artists
  • Tim Gorichanaz
  • Silvia Vong
  • Arts enrichment for a working artist librarian
  • Yolanda Poston
  • Finding your librarian voice: creative ways to get involved and share ideas
  • Holly Mills and Sharon Holderman
  • Collective creativity
  • Amy Gay and Kelsey Georgezational and personal creativity
  • Around the state in postcards: creating traveling exhibits
  • Ruth Elder and Jana Slay
  • Creative problem solving in libraries: budgets, staff and the lack thereof
  • Nora Franco and Maria Lobley
  • It's in the cards: using tarot reading to access professional creativity
  • Beyond the boot camp: no-cost conferences
  • Heather C. Seminelli
  • Laura Wimberley
  • What is your quest? Learning through role-playing games
  • Michael P. Buono
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
vii, 256 pages
Isbn
9781476674018
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1105757630
  • (OCoLC)on1105757630
Label
Creativity for library career advancement: : perspectives, techniques and eureka moments, edited by Vera Gubnitskaia and Carol Smallwood ; foreward by Deb Biggs Tenbusch
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Growth lessons learned from a one-year fellowship in a nontraditional library environment
  • Dana E. Thimons
  • Applying improvisation in libraries and librarianship
  • Anthony Stamatoplos
  • Let your voice be heard: libraries as publishers
  • Kathleen Christy
  • The art of pseudo-archives and its role in advocacy
  • Anastasia S. Varnalis-Weigle
  • Reinvention through necessity: one librarian's evolution from one-shots to for-credit teaching
  • Mary Tood Chesnut
  • The power of incubation: slowing down to speed up creativity
  • The library as laboratory: using makerspaces to cultivate organizational and personal creativity
  • Courtney McAllister and Christine R. Elliott
  • Firing up personal growth with the spark of creativity: how to start a creativity group for library staff
  • Leslie A. Wagner
  • Following in the footprints of the master (detective)
  • Robert Perret
  • Poets and scholars: foregrounding librarians' creative writing in and out of the university classroom
  • Rochelle Smith
  • The tenure-track librarian as a scholarly researcher
  • Rachel K. Fischer
  • Jim Jipson and Kellie Sparks
  • The writerly librarian: creativity and writing
  • Addison Lucchi
  • The process of research and publication as a tool for personal and professional growth
  • Astrid Oliver
  • Small steps, big impact: professional and personal growth and development
  • Robin R. Breault, Brooke McDonald Shelton and James Ritter
  • Transparency and subterfuge: encouraging creativity in academic libraries
  • Jack Maness, Erin Elzi and Shannon Tharp using makerspaces to cultivate organizational and personal creativity
  • Creative accommodations: finding the best solution for library employees with invisible disabilities
  • Joy M. Perrin and Carrye Kay Syma
  • Two worlds, one outlet: zine making and critical reflection for professional and personal development
  • Contagious creativity: leveraging staff talents and interest to find career satisfaction
  • Shelia Gaines and Casey Parkman
  • Developing in-house support for early career staff
  • Paula Archey, Maggie Nunley and Erin E. Pappas
  • Music to my ears: using amateur music-making as a means of vocational specialty
  • Bruce R. Schueneman
  • A shutterbug in a world of bookworms: photography as a creative outlet in academic librarianship
  • Michelle P. McKinney
  • Artful information: lessons for librarians from visual artists
  • Tim Gorichanaz
  • Silvia Vong
  • Arts enrichment for a working artist librarian
  • Yolanda Poston
  • Finding your librarian voice: creative ways to get involved and share ideas
  • Holly Mills and Sharon Holderman
  • Collective creativity
  • Amy Gay and Kelsey Georgezational and personal creativity
  • Around the state in postcards: creating traveling exhibits
  • Ruth Elder and Jana Slay
  • Creative problem solving in libraries: budgets, staff and the lack thereof
  • Nora Franco and Maria Lobley
  • It's in the cards: using tarot reading to access professional creativity
  • Beyond the boot camp: no-cost conferences
  • Heather C. Seminelli
  • Laura Wimberley
  • What is your quest? Learning through role-playing games
  • Michael P. Buono
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
vii, 256 pages
Isbn
9781476674018
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1105757630
  • (OCoLC)on1105757630

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