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The Resource The library's role in supporting financial literacy for patrons, edited by Carol Smallwood

The library's role in supporting financial literacy for patrons, edited by Carol Smallwood

Label
The library's role in supporting financial literacy for patrons
Title
The library's role in supporting financial literacy for patrons
Statement of responsibility
edited by Carol Smallwood
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"In a period of economic turmoil, library patrons of all types, ages, and educational levels require basic instruction in managing their finances. The Library's Role in Supporting Financial Literacy for Patrons is a collection of articles from librarians in different parts of the United States and Canada with a command of financial literacy who can communicate what they know to help users solve their financial literacy information problems. This collection has three sections: an overview of financial literacy (what it means, what needs exist among library patrons, and what approaches have been used to date), resources that are or should be available (such as collections, skill sets, and programs), and a series of case studies that demonstrate successes and best practices"--
Assigning source
Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
025.5/2
Index
index present
LC call number
Z711.6.F56
LC item number
L43 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1939-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Smallwood, Carol
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Reference services (Libraries)
  • Finance, Personal
  • Financial literacy
  • Finance, Personal
  • Financial literacy
  • Public libraries
  • Academic libraries
  • Public libraries
  • Academic libraries
Label
The library's role in supporting financial literacy for patrons, edited by Carol Smallwood
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Financial literacy is a lifetime skill
  • Joanne Kuster, Maryann Mori
  • Financial literacy : meeting the need
  • Kit Keller, Mary Jo Ryan
  • Information has value : financial literacy meets information literacy
  • Shana Gass, Joyce Garczynski
  • Library employee education programs
  • Jennifer Townes, Jacquelyn Daniel, Tanji N. Gibson
  • Myths and realities of consumer credit
  • Jenny Brewer
  • Part I:
  • The public library as financial literacy promoter and provider
  • Maryann Mori
  • What is financial literacy and why should we care?
  • Shin Freedman, Marcia Dursi
  • Why financial literacy matters
  • Ashley E. Faulkner
  • Part II:
  • Library resources.
  • Asking for help : finding partners for your financial classes
  • Kate Moody
  • Overview of financial literacy.
  • Best practices to implement financial literacy in a large public library
  • Melissa Jeter
  • Career information literacy at the academic reference desk
  • Frans Albarillo
  • Developing a personal finance collection for a public library
  • Lisa G. Liu, Roslyn Donald
  • Financial literacy collection development
  • Karen Evans
  • "How to present your best self" workshops
  • Jennifer Wright Joe
  • Academic libraries and financial literacy programs
  • Supporting financial literacy in homebuyers
  • Jenny Brewer
  • Teaching career information literacy in the academic library
  • Frans Albarillo
  • Quick tip guides on student financial aid
  • Jennifer Wright Joe
  • United States government resources on financial literacy
  • Karen Evans
  • Part III:
  • Case studies.
  • Lauren Reiter
  • Case study of financial literacy instruction in the library
  • Jeri Cohen
  • Collaboration fits the bill for best practices in programming to public housing residents
  • Roland Barksdale-Hall
  • Fraud alert : how libraries can help patrons recognize fraudulent schemes
  • Linda Burkey Wade
  • Getting the patron to "yes" : the academic librarian's role in supporting salary negotiations
  • Aliqae Geraci, Daniel Hickey, Kelly LaVoice
  • Marketing planning for library-based financial education programs
  • Mary Jo Ryan, Kit Keller
  • Developing services on community needs
  • MoneyFitness: one academic library's experience of building a financial literacy program at a small liberal arts college
  • Kate Moody
  • Money smart week activities for any library
  • Joanne Kuster, Maryann Mori
  • Presenting financial literacy in conferences to public librarians
  • Melissa Jeter
  • Start here @ the San Diego Public Library
  • Cindy Mediavilla
  • Volunteer tax assistance in libraries
  • Wayne Finley, Janene R. Finley
  • Lisa Fraser
  • Financial literacy in libraries : free and dependable resources for patrons of all backgrounds
  • Sonnet Ireland
Control code
ocn934746278
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xv, 341 pages
Isbn
9781442265929
Lccn
2016001007
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
40026189639
System control number
  • (OCoLC)934746278
  • (Sirsi) o934746278
Label
The library's role in supporting financial literacy for patrons, edited by Carol Smallwood
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Financial literacy is a lifetime skill
  • Joanne Kuster, Maryann Mori
  • Financial literacy : meeting the need
  • Kit Keller, Mary Jo Ryan
  • Information has value : financial literacy meets information literacy
  • Shana Gass, Joyce Garczynski
  • Library employee education programs
  • Jennifer Townes, Jacquelyn Daniel, Tanji N. Gibson
  • Myths and realities of consumer credit
  • Jenny Brewer
  • Part I:
  • The public library as financial literacy promoter and provider
  • Maryann Mori
  • What is financial literacy and why should we care?
  • Shin Freedman, Marcia Dursi
  • Why financial literacy matters
  • Ashley E. Faulkner
  • Part II:
  • Library resources.
  • Asking for help : finding partners for your financial classes
  • Kate Moody
  • Overview of financial literacy.
  • Best practices to implement financial literacy in a large public library
  • Melissa Jeter
  • Career information literacy at the academic reference desk
  • Frans Albarillo
  • Developing a personal finance collection for a public library
  • Lisa G. Liu, Roslyn Donald
  • Financial literacy collection development
  • Karen Evans
  • "How to present your best self" workshops
  • Jennifer Wright Joe
  • Academic libraries and financial literacy programs
  • Supporting financial literacy in homebuyers
  • Jenny Brewer
  • Teaching career information literacy in the academic library
  • Frans Albarillo
  • Quick tip guides on student financial aid
  • Jennifer Wright Joe
  • United States government resources on financial literacy
  • Karen Evans
  • Part III:
  • Case studies.
  • Lauren Reiter
  • Case study of financial literacy instruction in the library
  • Jeri Cohen
  • Collaboration fits the bill for best practices in programming to public housing residents
  • Roland Barksdale-Hall
  • Fraud alert : how libraries can help patrons recognize fraudulent schemes
  • Linda Burkey Wade
  • Getting the patron to "yes" : the academic librarian's role in supporting salary negotiations
  • Aliqae Geraci, Daniel Hickey, Kelly LaVoice
  • Marketing planning for library-based financial education programs
  • Mary Jo Ryan, Kit Keller
  • Developing services on community needs
  • MoneyFitness: one academic library's experience of building a financial literacy program at a small liberal arts college
  • Kate Moody
  • Money smart week activities for any library
  • Joanne Kuster, Maryann Mori
  • Presenting financial literacy in conferences to public librarians
  • Melissa Jeter
  • Start here @ the San Diego Public Library
  • Cindy Mediavilla
  • Volunteer tax assistance in libraries
  • Wayne Finley, Janene R. Finley
  • Lisa Fraser
  • Financial literacy in libraries : free and dependable resources for patrons of all backgrounds
  • Sonnet Ireland
Control code
ocn934746278
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xv, 341 pages
Isbn
9781442265929
Lccn
2016001007
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
40026189639
System control number
  • (OCoLC)934746278
  • (Sirsi) o934746278

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