Jeannette Woodward is a principal of Wind River Library and Nonprofit Consulting. After a career in academic library administration, she began a second career in public libraries, serving as director of the Fremont County Library System in the foothills of the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming. Woodward is the author of several books, including What Every Librarian Should Know about Electronic Privacy (2007), Nonprofit Essentials: Managing Technology (2006), Creating the Customer-Driven Library: Building on the Bookstore Model (2005), and Countdown to a New Library: Managing the Building Project (2000). She holds a master's degree in library and information science from Rutgers University, with doctoral study at the University of Texas at Austin.
The Transformed Library: E-books, Expertise, and Evolution--print/e-book Bundle
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"A timely and accurate assessment of the state of libraries in today's world relative to technology and economy. Woodward offers insightful advice to librarians on how to survive and thrive during these times of rapid technological transformation and dramatic budget cuts ... In the introduction Woodward states that she is writing for other librarians. However, I would highly recommend this read to first-year library science (LIS) students as her book provides an excellent overview and summary of where libraries have been, their current state of affairs, and their future outlook."
--Library Resources & Technical Services
"Valuable in providing one prominent librarian's snapshot of the current state of the profession, which includes public, academic, and school librarianship … a worthwhile and timely read for those interested in taking the current pulse of the library world."
--College & Research Libraries
"Offers readers a frank and honest examination of the current state of librarianship and the professionals that work in the field."
--Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries