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The Craft of Selling The book is a comprehensive guide for executives as well as new entrants for getting the best value of one’s skills in today’s competitive job market. It is practical, full of tips, and without complex theories.

Squawk 7500 Terrorist Hijacks Pacifica Flight 762This fiction thriller is based on the real life experiences of a commercial pilot and gives you an exciting insider view of what it takes to fly a jet while managing crew, passengers—and a terrorist!

Learn Multimedia Management First North American EditionThe book covers maintaining video and audio equipment, projectors, photocopiers, digital cameras, scanners and fax machines; making purchase proposals; keeping records; and managing booking systems. It includes principles of operation, practical tips for setting up, troubleshooting common operating problems, and basic preventive maintenance for a variety of equipment.

Learn Library of Congress Subject Access Second North American EditionThe book is suited to the needs of students of librarianship, both at the professional/master¿s level and at the paraprofessional/technician level, and to library staff seeking to upgrade their knowledge and skills¿.a useful self-teaching or classroom text. It should be considered for supplementary use even by teachers who may not assign it as a regular text, as its thorough explanations and exercises will be useful in any related teaching situation.

Learn Library of Congress Classification, Second North American Edition LEARN LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION Second Edition A Practical Workbook For Learning Every Aspect of Library of Congress Classification Plentiful, clear explanations and practice exercises illustrate every aspect of Library of Congress Classification and help students master creating LCC numbers. This 2007 revision of the first edition, published in 2000, includes updated text; examples and exercises that correspond with the latest print schedules and tables;

Learn Library Management: Library Education SeriesTwo veteran library administrators provide a concise, practical workbook to support busy managers for whom a 700-page management book would be too time consuming. It is intended for those on the front lines, facing the challenge of supervising a busy work environment, but at the same time aware that they need to delve a little deeper into management issues to gain a broader understanding of why some approaches work and some do not.

Learn Dewey Decimal Classification (Edition 22) First North American EditionThe current trend in cataloging courses is to emphasize theory with little or no practical experience given. However, it is important for professionals, paraprofessionals, and library students to at least have a working knowledge of cataloging basics. Both of these books cover the basic skills necessary to classify in either the Library of Congress Classification (LCC) or the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC).

Learn Descriptive Cataloging - Second North American EditionAll the fundamental skills of descriptive cataloging are covered here: using AACR2, and coding descriptions and access points into MARC format. All catalogers, whether professional or paraprofessional, need these basic skills. Consequently, this guide is equally suitable for college students studying library science, and library technicians and others who want to know more about cataloging, with a specific goal or as part of their professional development.

Learn Basic Library Skills Second North American EditionThis combination text and workbook describes skills needed by anyone beginning work in a library or other information agency, whether at a professional or paraprofessional level. It explains tasks performed by library trainees; aspiring library technicians; librarians starting their training; clerical, temporary, and volunteer staff; and others with no relevant education or experience.

Learn About Information First North American EditionThis study guide provides a comprehensive yet simple introduction to the information industry, the nature and uses of information, and information literacy. It covers the roles and functions of various information agencies, such as libraries and library networks, archives, records management sections, information brokers, and community information agencies.