The very small library, especially the 'One Person Library' (OPL), has all of the problems of a big library but with litle or no help to handle the multiple tasks. Books must be ordered, checked into the system, checked out and back in, and eventually disposed of. In addition to all this there are the problems of any other business or organization: budgets, technology, the impact of the internet and planning for the future.
This book covers all of these aspects of small library management including ten brilliant comments on time management (Sample: Myth: Get more done, and you will be happier. Truth: No, you will just get more done.)
All in all, this book reeks of the experience of one who has 'been there, done that.' She clearly has worked in small libraries and had the ability to understand what she was doing, what was going on, how this differed from big libraries and what was taught in library school.
The last half, or maybe a bit more, of the book is on resources that vary from using computers to the legal aspects of copyrights, seeking grants to professional organizations, and many more.
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