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Developing Library Policies
Guidelines for the Development and Implementation of Policies, Regulations and Procedures Affecting Access to Library Materials, Services and Facilities
The American Library Association has adopted the Library Bill of Rights and Interpretations of the Library Bill of Rights to provide library governing authorities, librarians and other library staff and library users with guidelines on how constitutional principles apply to libraries in the United States of America.
A Quick Reference Guide to Developing Library Policies and Procedures: Home
ISTC Library policies for collection development, patron confidentiality, interlibrary loan, and reference for other librarians to use as examples, as well as suggestions for further reading.
Writing a Library Training Policy
What Is a Training Policy? A training policy is not a panacea. Just because you write one doesn't mean you'll suddenly have a great library, super-smart patrons, or a self-actualized staff. But at the same time, the policy does indicate that you want to have those—it's just up to you to make it happen once you've committed to it.
Ebooks about Library Operations
Ebooks about Library Space
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