Abstract

Librarian as Mentor explores in a highly readable fashion, the many ways mentoring can be an effective tool in recruiting, retaining, supporting and developing a diverse workforce in any library setting. Editor Johnson has assembled 14 librarians to share their experiences on the positive outcomes from not only being a mentor but a mentee as well. Topics include peer mentorship, intentional mentoring, mentoring the new generation and mentoring community advocates. This is a must book for any library to have in their collection, making it easy access to staff, faculty or anyone in the library who seeks to enhance their professional career.

Publisher

Mission Bell Media

Editor

Johnson, Eboni A.

Publication Date

1-1-2017

Department

Libraries and Archives

Document Type

Book

Document Version

published

ISBN

9780997175721

Language

English

Format

text

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