Fall 2012, v. 62, no. 2

Welcome to the Fall 2012 issue of The Idaho Librarian! Please enjoy the articles and feel free to comment or share using WP’s features.


Fall 2012, v. 62, no. 2

Peer Review

Using Idaho’s Court Assistance Publications to Enhance Public Library Service

by Ruth Patterson Funabiki

What Librarians Can Learn About the Mentoring Model Through the Professional Career of Louis H. Sullivan

by Spencer J. Jardine

Featured Articles

Creative Commons – Saving the Internet One License at a Time

by Michelle Armstrong

Libraries vs. Google in the 21st Century

by Shawn Behrends

Joint-Use Libraries: An Annotated Bibliography

by Cheryl Hoover

Tech Talk

Biblion: Frankenstein

by Lizzy Walker

Folksonomies and Social-Tagging

by Kate Baker

Open Access Primer: Issues and Resources

by Mark Williams

WTF? Why should I care about my e-reputation? Why e-reputations matter for teens and young adults

by Amy Campbell and Kath Ann Hendricks

Field Notes

ILA Chapter of ACRL

by Rami Attebury

Libraries as Brain Health Centers

by Erica Compton and Sue Walker


Dawn Wittman 2012 Idaho Librarian of the Year by Sue Walker

Dr. Kathleen Hedberg Receives 2012 Friend of the Year Award by Marilia Y. Antunez

Jillian Huang 2012 Special Services to Libraries Award by Amy Vecchione

Katelyn Volle Recipient of the 2012 ILA Scholarship by Amy Mortensen

Kiebert Named 2012 ILA Gardner Hanks Scholarship Recipient by Kristi Brumley

Senator Bart Davis 2012 Legislator of the Year by Jeremy Kenyon

Susan Tabor-Boesch 2012 Idaho Library Media Program Winner by Kit Parker


Complete Copyright for K-12 Librarians and Educators [Review]

reviewed by Kay Flowers

Multicultural Storytime Magic [Review]

reviewed by Erica Littlefield

Organizational Storytelling for Librarians: Using Stories for Effective Leadership [review]

reviewed by Laura Abbott

The Readers’ Advisory Guide to Horror, Second Edition [Review]

reviewed by Lizzy Walker

True Stories of Censorship Battles in America’s Libraries [Review]

reviewed by Alex Kyrios

War Upon the Land: Military Strategy and the Transformation of Southern Landscapes

during the American Civil War [Review]

reviewed by Julia Stringfellow

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