The library collection supports the department’s offerings which guides students as they “explore, research and reflect on leadership topics to include foundations of leadership, team building, diversity and inclusivity, ethics, communication, public relations and innovation” (Departmental homepage).
3: Instructional Support (see description of collecting levels)
Titles dealing with contemporary issues and practices receive the highest priority.
Emphasis is on collecting current imprints. Reprints and classic works are acquired as needed, or as replacements for lost or damaged items.
Resources are selected in a variety of print and electronic formats, including books,videos, and special reports and studies local, state, and national government agencies for the study of leadership and organizational administration, including hospitality and culinary arts.
|Call # Ranges||Subject||Collection Level|
|BF 408-426||Creativity. Imagination||3|
|BF 441-449||Thinking. Problem-solving. Information
|BF 636-637||Applied psychology||3|
|HD 30.3||Organizational communication. Internet||3|
|HV 7231-9960||Criminal justice administration||3|
|JF 1315.2-2112||Public administration||3|
|TX 341-644||Nutrition. Food supply||3|
|TX 851-900||Dining-room service||3|
|TX 901-954||Hotels, restaurants, etc.||3|
|TX 955-1099||Building operation and housekeeping||3|
Department of Leadership and Organizational Administration
Dr. Robyn Hulsart
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