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Title Musings, meanderings, and monsters, too : essays on academic librarianship / edited by Martin H. Raish.
Imprint Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 2003.

Subject Academic libraries -- Aims and objectives.
Academic libraries -- Automation.
Libraries -- Special collections -- Electronic information resources.
Information literacy -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Libraries and education.
Alt Name Raish, Martin.
Description xi, 195 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction : monsters in our closets -- Adamemic librarians offer the crucial human element in online scholarship / Martin Raish -- Slipping sanctuaries / Amanda Cain -- Moving beyond the "re" generation : making libraries and librarians count in the 21st century / Celia E. Rabinowitz -- Reference librarians as wild animals / David Isaacson -- Place and space : libraries and the cartography of knowledge / Barbara Fister -- Ketchup has always been a vegetable / Margaret Law & Randall Reichardt -- Creating that teachable moment / Ilene F. Rockman -- A bookless society : who says? / Diana D. Shonrock -- All we need is a fast horse : riding information literacy into the academy / William B. Badke -- Information literacy as liberal education : academic libraries, the teaching librarian, and collection marketing / Douglas M. Stehle -- From library-college to information literacy : an evolving strategy for educating library users / Jon R. Hufford -- Plexus and nexus, from Ramelli to Zappa and beyond / Fred Nesta -- From custodian to navigator : the amazing heroic journal of the new information specialist / William B. Badke -- Giving away the keys to the kingdom / Rebecca S. Graves -- Shining some light on the monster under the bed : a closer look at the "doubling of knowledge" / Martin Raish -- Using analogies to teach the research process / Monica Ollendorff -- On specialization / Kerry Smith -- To (pre)serve and protect / Tony Amodeo -- Will time tame this tyrant, too? / Martin Raish.
ISBN 0810847671 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 51637812
Table of Contents
 Introduction: Monsters in Our Closets 
Ch. 1Academic Librarians Offer the Crucial Human Element in Online Scholarship / Martin Raish1
Ch. 2Slipping Sanctuaries / Amanda Cain9
Ch. 3Moving Beyond the "Re" Generation: Making Libraries and Librarians Count in the Twenty-First Century / Celia E. Rabinowitz20
Ch. 4Reference Librarians As Wild Animals / David Isaacson31
Ch. 5Place and Space: Libraries and the Cartography of Knowledge / Barbara Fister41
Ch. 6Ketchup Has Always Been a Vegetable / Margaret Law, Randy Reichardt51
Ch. 7Creating That Teachable Moment / Ilene F. Rockman58
Ch. 8A Bookless Society - Who Says? / Diana D. Shonrock65
Ch. 9All We Need is a Fast Horse: Riding Information Literacy into the Academy / William B. Badke75
Ch. 10Information Literacy As Liberal Education: Academic Libraries, the Teaching Librarian, and Collection Marketing / Douglas M. Stehle89
Ch. 11From Library-College to Information Literacy: An Evolving Strategy for Educating Library Users / Jon R. Hufford106
Ch. 12Plexus and Nexus: From Ramelli to Zappa and Beyond / Fred Nesta117
Ch. 13From Custodian to Navigator: The Amazing Heroic Journey of the New Information Specialist / William B. Badke124
Ch. 14Giving Away the Keys to the Kingdom / Rebecca S. Graves137
Ch. 15Shining Some Light on the Monster under the Bed: A Closer Look at the "Doubling of Knowledge" / Martin Raish145
Ch. 16Libraries As Gardens: Using Analogies to Teach the Research Process / Monica Ollendorff157
Ch. 17On Specialization / Kerry Smith166
Ch. 18To (Pre) Serve and Protect / Tony Amodeo173
Ch. 19Will Time Tame This Tyrant, Too? / Martin Raish182

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