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career of Isadore G. Mudge
John Neal Waddell
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Dr. Brian Coutts (MLIS, ) was selected as the recipient of the Isadore Gilbert Mudge Award from the Reference and User Services Association (RUSA) in honor of his distinguished. Library, library, a collection of books or other written or printed materials, as well as the facility in which they are housed and the institution that is re Digital Libraries, The term "digital library" was coined relatively recently and is used to describe distributed access to collections of digital information. The terms Library Of Congress, The Library of Congress, located in.
distinguished picture book" (see ALA Bulletin, March , p. ). Granville Hicks, author, critic, teacher, and lecturer, was cited for his outstanding work in encouraging the love of books. The well-known contributing editor to the Saturday Review was cited for giving "each author a sensitive hearing with an implied encouragement to his readers. Isadore Gilbert Mudge Award “This year’s winner is Cheryl LaGuardia, research librarian at the Widener Library of Harvard University. The Isadore Gilbert Mudge Award was established in It presents a cash award of $5,* and a citation to an individual who has made a distinguished contribution to reference librarianship.
More than years ago, Isadore Gilbert Mudge used the phrase “Material, Mind and Method” to describe her approach to teaching reference skills. She edited a number of editions of Guide to Reference Books. Mudge edited editions of The Guide to Reference. One of the most important and useful books with which the reference assistant should become acquainted is Miss Kroeger’s “Guide to the study and use of reference books,” (A. L. A. Publishing board, ; Supplement, by Isadore G. Mudge, ).
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Consists of a typed, unpublished manuscript entitled The Career of Isadore G. Mudge, submitted as a dissertation for a Doctorate in Library Science by John Waddell in Series III: Correspondence Includes correspondence with Isadore G.
Mudge and her family regarding her life and work as well as unidentified letters. Isadore Gilbert Mudge was born on Ma in Brooklyn, New York.
She attended Brooklyn's Adelphi Academy and received a bachelor of philosophy degree from Cornell University, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa for her outstanding scholarship.
Following. To honor her career, the American Library Association created the Isadore Gilbert Mudge Citation in for career of Isadore G. Mudge book who make distinguished contributions to reference librarianship.
*Monetary award amounts are subject to change without notice and are contingent upon donor funding supplied at the time the award is presented. MUDGE, Isadore Gilbert (14 Mar. May ), reference librarian, was born in Brooklyn, New York, the oldest child of Alfred Mudge, a lawyer, and Mary Gilbert Ten Brook, daughter of Andrew Ten Brook, the one-time librarian of the University of Michigan.
Mudge graduated from Brooklyn’s Adelphi Academy in and enrolled that fall in. Isadore Gilbert Mudge (Ma – ) was ranked by the magazine American Libraries as one of the top important leaders that libraries have had in the 20th Century. Mudge was a defining influence on what a contemporary reference librarian is and was essential for helping organize and promote reference books for use in helping patrons find information and answers to questions.
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Isadore Gilbert Mudge () Her Guide to Reference Books made her America’s foremost reference librarian and the undisputed authority on reference books throughout the s and ’30s.
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James Danky, a Wisconsin Historical Society librarian, has received the Reference and User Services Association’s Isadore Gilbert Mudge-R.R.
Bowker Award in recognition of contributions to reference librarianship. Danky will donate the $5, award to the Center for the History of Print Culture in Modern America.