The Private Librarian

A collection cataloged becomes an information resource. With the technological and workplace transformations that are taking place, special libraries and librarians are essential. They provide the critical edge for information-based organizations by responding to knowledge needs.

The Private Library’s competencies relate to our knowledge of information resources, access, technology, management and research, and the ability to use these areas of knowledge as a basis for providing library and information services.

The Private Library supervises client collections by reading the core sources and key journals, developing the in-depth subject specialty required to build in-house library collections.

The Private Library has expert knowledge of the market, knows the “best edition”, the best resources in bibliography, and has specialized subject knowledge appropriate to the interest of the client.

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