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Brenda Vogel examines all aspects of establishing prison library service.
Brenda Vogel examines all aspects of establishing prison library service. Vogel's Down for the Count is the better of the two. Rhea Rubin's Libraries Inside: A Practical Guide for Prison Librarians (Professional Reading, LJ 4/1/95) covers the same material but comes up with conflicting solutions
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In The Prison Library Primer: A Program for the Twenty-First Century, Brenda Vogel addresses the unique challenges facing the prison librarian. This volume also includes an information-skills training curriculum, sample administration policies, essential digital and print sources, and community support resources.
In Down for the count: A prison library handbook (pp. 31-43). Metuchen, NJ: The Scarecrow Press. Covering all aspects of establishing, developing, or providing a prison library service, Brenda Vogel describes procedures and models to help any librarian overcome the often-negative reactions of outreach to the incarcerated.
Brenda Vogel examines all aspects of establishing prison library service, describing process models and procedures that can result in overcoming negative sentiment. The book is rich in detail, including examples of prison library regulation, state prison library standards, recommended readings, and a list of advocacy organizations. An outline of a clerical training program for inmate assistants and a user satisfaction survey are also included
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In The Prison Library Primer: A Program for the Twenty-First Century, Brenda Vogel addresses . Equipped with practical library science tools and creative solutions, The Prison Library Primer is an invaluable resource that will help the librarian and library advocate develop, grow, and maintain an effective, user-centered library program.
Prison libraries are provided in many prisons. Reading materials and information are provided in almost all federal and state correctional facilities in the United States. Libraries in federal prisons are controlled by the Federal Bureau of Prisons, . Department of Justice. State prison libraries are controlled by each state's own department of corrections. Many local jails also provide library services through partnerships with local public libraries and community organizations.
Down for the Count: A Prison Library Handbook. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press. Third World Libraries, 5(2), 74-75. Yamaguchi, A. (2002). Toshokan Zasshi (The Library Journal), 96, 761-763. Filiaal zonder collectives: Penitentiaire inrichting besteedt bibliotheekwerk uit aan OB Lelystad. Bibliotheek en Samenleving, 24(3), 15-20. Werner’s Manual for Prison Law Libraries.