Sunday, December 01, 2002

Librarians and Unions-Items to Read [rev. chrono]

SUZANNE MILTON. "Librarians: Key Players in Faculty Unions."Alki 21 no3 5-7 D 2005.

Library Trends, Summer 2002.

* Service to the labor community: a public library perspective
by Ann C. Sparanese

* A fifty-five year partnership: ALA and the AFL-CIO - American Library Association, American Federation of Labor, Congress of Industrial Organizations
by Arthur S. Meyers

* The information needs of local union officials
by Margaret A. Chaplan

* The evolution of research and information services at the American Federation of Teachers
by F. Howard Nelson

* Librarians and working families: bridging the information divide
by Gaye Williams

* Preserving the historical record of American labor: union-library archival services partnerships, recent trends, and future prospects
by Thomas James Connors

* Simple exhibits, effective learning: presenting the United Farm Workers' experience on the World Wide Web
by Daniel Golodner

* Labor on campus: academic library service to labor groups
by Deborah Joseph Schmidle
Hampton (Skip) Auld ed.
“The Benefits and Deficiencies of Unions in Public
Libraries,” Public Libraries 41, no. 3 (May/June 2002):
Nine articles from various library managers and
union representatives.

“Can Unions Solve the Low-Pay Dilemma?” American
33(Jan. 2002): 65–69

Cameron A.Johnson,“Library Unions: Politics, Power, and the Care of the
Library Worker.” Alki 17, no. 3 (Dec. 2001): 16–19
Washington Library Association journal.

Deanna D.Wood,“Librarians and Unions: Defining and Protecting
Professional Values,” Education Libraries 23, no. 1 (1999):

D.W. Schneider, "Library Service to Labor Groups." In Adult Services: An Enduring Focus for Public Libraries (Chicago: American Library Association, 1990), pp.283-313.

D. Michele Cash and Jerry Paar, Labor Education and Libraries: A Survey of Current Practices. ALA, 1990.

Martha Jane Soltow, “Public Libraries’ Service to Organized Labor: An Overview,” RQ 24:163–68 (Winter 1984).

Doreen Lilore, The local union in public libraries Hamden, Conn. : Library Professional Publications, 1984.

Leigh Estabrook, “Labor and Librarians: The Divisiveness of Professionalism,” Library Journal 106:126 (Jan. 15, 1981).

Kathleen Imhoff and Larry Brandwein, “Labor Collections and Services in Public Libraries throughout the United States, 1976,” RQ 17:149–58 (Winter 1977).

“Labor Groups, Library Service To,” Roberta McBride, in Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science (New York: Marcel Dekker, 1975).

Dorothy Bendix, “Labor Unions and Public Library Service” (D.L.S. diss., Columbia Univ., 1965).

Dorothy Oko and Bernard Downey, Library Services to Labor (New York: Scarecrow, 1963).

Margaret Ann Sullivan, “Work of Public Librarians with Trade Unions in the United States” (Master’s thesis, Catholic Univ., 1953).

Ida Goshkin, “Public Library Cooperation with Labor Organizations” (Master’s thesis, Columbia Univ., 1941).