Protecting Patron Privacy: A LITA guide. with Bonnie Tijerina (May, 2017). Rowman & Littlefield.
Should Libraries Get Out of the E-Book Business (2013). In D.A. Miller (Ed.), E-Books. Greenhaven Press.
E-Books, Sea of Change in Public Libraries (with Michael Porter & Matter Weaver) (2012). In S. Polanka (Ed.), No Shelf Required II. American Library Association
Taking Readers Advisory Online (2010). In J.E. Moyer & K.M. Stover (Eds.),Readers’ Advisory Handbook.American Library Association.
Speaking, Consulting, and Training
I am available, and delighted, to speak on a variety of library, technology, and innovation related topics. You can see a list of past presentations and training on the presentations page.
If you are interested in a topic not listed here, please ask. If I am unable to speak on it, I keep a list of speakers and trainers so I may refer you to someone who can meet your needs.
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Email: bobbi.newman AT gmail.com
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