- Checklists to help public libraries take stock of current services, programs, and resources for serving the college bound, with pointers on how to make improvements
- Tips for using, marketing, and expanding the collection effectively
- Ready-to-adapt program ideas
- Advice on shoring up support among stakeholders, overcoming objections, and taking advantage of outreach opportunities
- Worksheets to help library administrators evaluate staff skills and interests
- Reviews of online college-planning tools
- A directory of college-related organizations, publishers, resources, and education authority agencies
Monday, January 5, 2015
Successfully Serving teh College Bound (book)
Successfully Serving the College Bound. Chicago, IL: ALA Editions. 978-0-8389-1272-0.
Whether they’re students taking the traditional path of entering college from high school, or adult first-time or re-entry students, navigating the admissions and financial aid process can be overwhelming for the college bound. Public libraries can help provide information and guidance for a successful start, and this book shows how to do it. Incorporating insight gleaned from interviews with librarians serving college-bound patrons, this book includes
With the assistance of this book, public libraries can provide truly outstanding service to this important population.