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                                                 AND ISSUES

                  FORTHCOMING                      FORTHCOMING                      A Brief History
                Library Patrons’                  The Complete Guide              of the Book
              Privacy                           to Open Scholarship               From Tablet to Tablet

              Questions and Answers                       VICTORIA MARTIN                   STEVEN K. GALBRAITH
                        SANDRA J. VALENTI,
              BRADY D. LUND, AND
              MATTHEW A. BECKSTROM

                                                 May 2022 ,  160pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4    August 2020 ,  164pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
                                                Paperback: 978-1-4408-7280-8      Paperback: 978-1-4408-6939-6
                                                 $75.00 ,  £56.00 ,  €63,00        $50.00 ,  £38.00 ,  €42,00
                                                eBook: 978-1-4408-7281-5           eBook: 978-1-4408-6940-2
               January 2022 ,  152pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
              Paperback: 978-1-4408-7410-9
               $65.00 ,  £49.00 ,  €55,00         Offers librarians an authoritative   Accessible for library school
              eBook: 978-1-4408-7411-6           overview of the full spectrum of   “ students, undergraduates, even
                                                significant issues and controversies   high school students—really
               “ to patron privacy issues       related to open scholarship in a candid   anyone with an interest in book
                 An excellent introduction
                                                and fair-minded manner.
                                                                                    history but no background in
                with current and emerging         FEATURES                          the field. ”
                technologies and how all types   •  Uses scholarly literature, professional   —Technical Services Quarterly,
                of libraries can address them. ”  experience, and real-life examples to              April 30, 2021
                  —John J. Burke, Library Director and   discuss openness           This book leads readers through an
                  Principal Librarian, Miami University
                           Regionals, July 8, 2021   •  Tackles barriers to openness and   intriguing examination of how books
                                                  concerns about openness         began and have evolved through history
                A quick, easy-to-read synthesis of   in scholarship               and explores where future technologies
              theory, guidelines, and evidence-based   •  Shows how openness fits into the full   may lead them.
              research, this book offers timely,   life cycle of scholarship, from idea
              practical guidance for library and   creation to data collection and the     FEATURES
              information professionals who must   distribution of final research results  •  Provides faculty and students with a
              navigate ethical crises in information   •  Interrogates the likely future of  brief but fascinating and engagingly
              privacy and stay on top of emerging   open scholarship                written textbook
              privacy trends.                                                     •  Includes hands-on activities and
                                                                                    course assignments that encourage
                                                  VICTORIA MARTIN  is a librarian with   student learning
                                                more than 18 years of professional
                SANDRA J. VALENTI  is assistant
              professor in the School of Library and   experience in academic librarianship.
              Information Management at Emporia   Currently, she is a full-time researcher     STEVEN K. GALBRAITH  is curator
              State University.                 and creative nonfiction writer who lives   of the Cary Graphic Arts Collection
                                                in Virginia.                      at Rochester Institute of Technology
              BRADY D. LUND  is a doctoral student                                and former Andrew W. Mellon Curator
              at Emporia State University’s School of                             of Books at the Folger Shakespeare
              Library and Information Management.                                 Library in Washington, D.C.
              MATTHEW A. BECKSTROM is systems
              manager/librarian at the Lewis and
              Clark Library in Helena, MT.
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