Unit I: Understanding our users: information-seeking, user needs, and user interests

American Library Association. 2006. @ your library: Attitudes Toward Public Libraries Survey 2006.

American Library Association. 2011. The state of America's libraries: a report from the American Library Association. Outreach and diversity.
Available at: http://www.ala.org/ala/newspresscenter/mediapresscenter/americaslibraries/outreach.cfm

American Library Association. 2011. The state of America's libraries: a report from the American Library Association. Public libraries.
Available at: http://www.ala.org/ala/newspresscenter/mediapresscenter/americaslibraries/publiclibraries.cfm

Dervin, Brenda. 1983. Information as a user construct: the relevance of perceived information needs to synthesis and interpretation. In Ward, Spencer A. and Linda J. Reed, eds., Knowledge structure and use: implications for synthesis and interpretation. Temple University Press.

Jorgensen, Corinne; D'elia, George; Woelfel, Joseph; and Eleanor Rodger. 2001. The impact of the Internet on public library use: current status and trends for the future. Proceedings of the ASIST annual meeting 38:141-155.

Koontz, Christie M., Dean K. Jue, and Keith Curry Lance. 2005. Neighborhood-based in-library use performance measures for public libraries: a nationwide study of majority-minority and majority white/low income markets using personal digital data collectors. Library & information science research 27:28-50.

Nahl, Diane. 2001. A conceptual framework for explaining information behavior. Studies in media & literacy education 1(2) (May 2001).

Olsson, Michael R. 2009. Re-thinking our concept of users. Australian academic & research libraries 40(1):22-35.

Scheppke, Jim. 1994. "Who's using the public library?" Library journal 119(17): 35-37.

Sprink, Amanda and Charles Cole. 2006. Human information behavior: integrating diverse approaches and information use. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 57(1):25-35.

Wilson, T.D. 1999. Models in information behaviour research. Journal of documentation 55(3):249-270.

Unit II: From past to present: the history and mission of libraries

Garcia, Eric P. 2007. The destruction of a cultural heritage: with reference to the problems of Iraq. New library world 108(7/8):354-369.

Hafner, Arthur W. and Jennifer Sterling-Folker. 1993. Democratic ideals and the American public library. In Hafner, Arthur W. (ed.) Democracy and the public library: essays on fundamental issues, pp. 9-43. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.

Harada, Violet H. and Joan M. Yoshina. 2004. Inquiry learning through librarian-teacher partnerships. Worthington, Ohio : Linworth Pub.
Available in Hamilton Library:
LB1027.44 .H37 2004

Heath, Jay. 1997. The combined school/community library: an enhanced sense of community through shared public services. Journal of School Research Information 15(2) (Spring 1997):28-34.

McCook, Kathleen de la Peña. 2004. Introduction to public librarianship. New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers.
Available in Hamilton Library:
Z731 .M355 2004

McCook, Kathleen de la Pena, Barbara J. Ford, and Kate Lippincott (eds.). 1998. Libraries: global reach, local touch. Chicago: American Library Association.
Available in Hamilton Library:
Z 721 .L6 1998

Murgatroyd, Peter and Philip Calvert. 2006. Academic libraries in the South Pacific. The Journal of academic librarianship 32(3):330-333.

Ojala, Marydee. 2011. By the book: Egyptian protest and protection. Information today 28(3):9.

Peacock, Karen. 2004. Blue-light special: the Pacific Collection, Hamilton Library, UH. In Pacific places, Pacific histories: essays in honor of Robert C. Kiste, ed. Brij V. Lal, pp. 275-289. Honolulu: University of Hawai`i Press.

Phan, Tai. 2009. Academic libraries, 2008. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics.
Available in Hamilton Library in electronic format.

Riedlmayer, Andrs J. 2007. Crimes of war, crimes of peace: destruction of libraries during and after the Balkan Wars of the 1990s. Library trends 56(1):107-132.

Scammell, Alison, ed. 1997. Handbook of special librarianship and information work, 7th ed. London : Aslib.

Squires, Tasha. 2009. Library partnerships making connections between school and public libraries. Medford, N.J. : Information today, c2009.
Available in Hamilton Library in electronic format.

Webb, T.D. (ed.). 2000. Building libraries for the 21st century: the shape of information. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.
Available in Hamilton Library:
Z679 .B945 2000

Woodward, Jeannette A. 2009. Creating the customer-driven academic library. Chicago : American Library Association.
Available in Hamilton Library:
Z675.U5 W78 2009

Unit III: The roles of libraries and information workers in society

Berninghausen, David. 1993. Social responsibility vs. the Library Bill of Rights. And Wedgeworth et al. The Berninghausen debate. Library journal September 15, 1993:81-83; 83-88.

Budd, J.M. 2003. The library, praxis, and symbolic power. Library quarterly 73(1):19-32.

Campbell, Douglas. 2014. Reexamining the origins of the adoption of the ALA's Library Bill of Rights. Library Trends 63(1): 42-56. Available through the LIS 610 Laulima site for this semester (when you reach the LIS 610 site click on "Resources") and from the Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (LISTA) database, accessed via the University of Hawaii at Manoa Library website.

Finks, Lee W. 1981. Ranganathan's Five Laws of Library Science: Their Enduring Appeal. Southeastern librarian 31:142-145.

Gorman, Michael. 1995. Five new laws of librarianship. American libraries 26(8): 784-785.

Hitchcock, Leonard A. 2005. An examination of article two of the Library Bill of Rights. Public library quarterly 24(2):1-18.

Shera, Jesse. 1972. The foundations of education for librarianship. Wiley. Chapter Five: "The Role of the Library in the Social Process," pp. 135-162; and Chapter Six: "The Role of the Library in the Dissemination of Information," p. 163-194.

Willingham, Taylor L. 2008. Libraries as civic agents. Public library quarterly 27(2):97-110.

Unit IV: International and comparative librarianship

Bliss, Nonie. 1995. "International librarianship" in Kent, Allen (ed.) Encyclopedia of library and information Science. Vol. 56. 1995. New York: Marcel Dekker.

Kagan, Al. 2008. An alternative view on IFLA, human rights, and the social responsibility of international librarianship. IFLA journal 34(3):230-237.

Knuth, Rebecca. 1994. Five international organizations linking children and books. IFLA journal 20(4):428-439.

Mackey, Thomas P. and Trudi E. Jacobson. 2011. Reframing information literacy as a meta literacy. College & research libraries 72(1):62-78.

Marcum, James W. 2002. Rethinking information literacy. The library quarterly 72(1):1-26.

Unit V: The library and information professions

American Library Assocation. 2009. Core competencies.

Ang, Peng Hwa. 1999. "Censorship and the Internet" in Encyclopedia of library and information science, Allen Kent and Carolyn M. Hall, eds., 1999, v. 65, suppl. 28, pp. 12-22.

Bodi, Sonia. 1998. Ethics and information technology : some principles to guide students. Journal of academic librarianship (November 1998): 459-463.

Buttlar, Lois and Rosemary DuMont. 1996. Library and Information Science Competencies Revisited. Journal of education for library and information sciences 37(1): 44-62.

Dickinson, Gail. 2004. National Board effects on school library media education. Knowledge quest 32(3):18-21.

Gorman, Michael. 2001. Privacy in the digital environment.

Gremmels, Gillian A. 1991. Reference in the public interest: an examination of ethics. RQ 30(3):362-369.

Hess, LaPorte-Fiori, and Engwall. 2015. Preserving patron privacy in the 21st century academic library. Journal of academic librarianship 41:105-114.

Mason, Richard O. "What Is An Information Professional?" Journal of Education for Library & Information Science 31:2:122-138, Fall 1990.

Mason, Richard O., Florence Mason, & Mary Culnan. 1995. "Information and responsibility: new ethical challenges." in Ethics of Information Management. (Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, pp.1-34.)

McGuigan, Glenn S. 2011. Crisis of professionalism in public services: addressing challenges to librarianship from a public administration perspective. Library review 60(7):560-574.

Pawley. 1998. Hegemony's handmaid? The library and information studies curriculum from a class perspective. Library quarterly 68(2):123-144.

Robbins, Jane. 1990. Master's degree from a program accredited by the American Library Association required. Journal of Education for Library and Information Sciences 30(3):206-217.

Sheerin, William E. 1991. Absolutism on access and confidentiality: principled or irresponsible? American libraries 22:5:440-444.

Stichler, Richard N. 1992. On reforming ALA's Code of Ethics. American Libraries 23(1): 40-44.

Tees, Mirian H. 1987. "Accreditation and certification." In Education of library and information professionals: present and future prospects, pp. 108-120. Littleton, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited.

Thomas & Perritt. 2003. A higher standard. School library journal 49(12):52-57.

Virgo, Julie Carroll. "The Role of The Association in Developing Professional Competence." in Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing (20th). University of Illinois, 1983. pp. 109-123.

White, Herbert. 1986. The future of library and information science education. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 26: 174:81.

Wirth, Eileen. 1996. The state of censorship. American libraries (September 1996): 44-48.

Unit VI: Information policy

Line, Maurice B. 1993. National libraries. In American Library Association, World encyclopedia of library and information services 3rd ed., pp. 605-611.

Matz, Chris. 2008. Libraries and the USA PATRIOT Act. Journal of library administration 47(3-4): 69-87.

McCook, Kathleen de la Peña and Katharine J. Phenix. 2006. Public libraries and human rights. Public library quarterly 25(102):57-73.

United States. Copyright Office. 2008. Copyright basics.
Available at: http://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ1.pdf.

United States. Copyright Office. 2009. Fair use.
Available at: http://www.copyright.gov/fls/fl102.html.

Weiss, Robert & Katherine M. Shelfer. 2011. How copyright theory affects practices: a primer for information professionals. Journal of the Library Administration & Management Section 8(1):4-24.

Unit VII: Into the future

Anderson, Rick. 2011. Collections 2021: the future of the library collection is not a collection. Serials 24(3):211-215.

Barron, Peter [Google representative]. 2011. The library of the future: Google's vision for books. Learned publishing 24(3):197-201.

Cox, Richard J. 1997. Taking Sides on the Future of the Book. American Libraries 28(2): 52-55.

Distad, Merrill. 2011. The future of print: the book. Feliciter 57(5):182-184.

Gregson, Jon, John M. Brownlee, Rachel Playforth, and Nason Bimbe. 2015. The future of knowledge sharing in a digital age: exploring impacts and policy implications for development. Evidence report no. 125 : Policy anticipation, response and evaluation. Brighton, England : Institute of Development Studies.

Miksa, Fran. 1996. The cultural legacy of the 'modern library' for the future. Online document: http://www.gslis.utexas.edu/~miksa/modlib.html

Walter, Scott. 2011. "Distinctive signifiers of excellence": library services and the future of the academic library. College & research libraries 72(1):6-8.