"There is no doubt that the future of research libraries, and possibly the future of libraries in general, will rely on greater collaboration than we have thus far seen. As [James] Neal maintains, “The future health of the research library will be increasingly defined by new and energetic relationships and combinations, and the radicalization of working relationships among research libraries, between libraries and the communities they serve, and in new entrepreneurial partnerships."

Kate Harcourt, Columbia University, and Jim LeBlanc, Cornell University

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Vol 6, No 4 (2014): Collaborative Librarianship

Table of Contents


Library Innovation and Collaborative Librarianship PDF
Ivan Gaetz 134

Scholarly Articles

From an Autonomous to a Collaborative Website Redesign Process: the University of Denver Libraries Experience Abstract PDF
Shea-Tinn Yeh, Christopher C. Brown 135-146
Published Librarian Research, 2008 through 2012: Analyses and Perspectives Abstract PDF
Selenay Aytac, Bruce Slutsky 147-159

From the Field

The Pivot: Phase 2 of 2CUL Technical Services Integration Abstract PDF
Kate Harcourt, Jim LeBlanc 160-168
Building Capacity of Librarians for Knowledge and Skill Development: A Case Study of Nine Institutions of the Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA) Abstract PDF
Oluwaseun Ireti Obasola, Ayo John Alonge, John Eyers, Benedict Oladele 169-174

Viewpoints: Technology Matters

MARC isn't Dying Fast Enough PDF
Lori Bowen Ayre 175-177


Review of The Machiavellian Librarian: Winning Allies, Combating Budget Cuts, and Influencing Stakeholders PDF
Courtney Fuson 178-179
Review of The Embedded Librarian’s Cookbook PDF
Megan E. Welsh 180-181