Mentoring & Managing: Students in the Academic Library By Michelle Reale
If you take your librarian calling seriously, you don’t just do your job – You’re writing book reviews and articles, holding office in your library associations, and constantly gaining new skills. You’re busy, we all are. But are you grooming the next generation of librarians by mentoring and managing? While this book is written for librarians who supervise students in the academic library, librarians in every type of library will find ways to mentor and manage the next generation of librarians. While not every student or worker in the library wants to be a librarian, a good mentor might make the difference between a worker and a future librarian. Reale covers hiring to training to motivating to cultivating the mentor relationship. This concise, brief book (at about 100 pages) provides just enough information to start your mentoring today!
Posted on August 15, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged Academic library, American Library Association, Librarian, Libraries, Library, managing, mentoring, students. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.