Lankes, R. David (2023). The Lankes Corollaries. Access: An International Journal of Nepal Library Association. 2(1). Available: https://doi.org/10.3126/access.v2i01.58999
ABSTRACT: This piece explores a series of corollaries to Ranganathan’s five laws of librarianship. These corollaries talk about how librarians work with community’s to ensure that service is shaped throughout the community. Such shaping moves libraries away from some pre-determined standard model, and into hyper local organizations ultimately facilitating knowledge creation.
Lankes, R. David (2023). The Vital Role of Libraries and Democracy Needs Protection. Clip de SEDIC, Revista de la Sociedad Española de Documentación e Información Científica. Available: https://doi.org/10.47251/clip.n87.112
ABSTRACT: The current spate of materials challenges in libraries globally calls out for new defenses.Concepts of library neutrality and librarian objectivity fall flat in light of current developments, and against organized challengers not interested in objectivity. New defenses of library services must be based on librarian expertise and activated network of diverse community members. The field needs to strengthen societal protections for librarians in the conduct of their work.
Guida alla biblioteconomia moderna. Lankes, R. David (2022). Milan, Italy: Editrice Bibliografica
Lankes, R. David (2022). The Future of Korean Libraries. World Library. Registration date: 2022-11-18. Available: bit.ly/3v3uKFc and bit.ly/3HM2JJQ
Lankes, R. David (2021). Forged in War: How a century of war created today’s information society. New York, NY: Rowman & Littlefield.
Lankes, R. David (2021). Bibliotecários construindo o novo normal. Revista Brasileira de Biblioteconomia e Documentação Vol. 17
Lankes, R. David (2021). The Library as a Movement. In Slijkerman & van Vlimmeren (Eds.), Living Libraries: The House of the Community around the World. De Bibliotheek Utrecht.
Lankes, R. David (2020). Never Neutral, Never Alone. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 61(3). Available: https://doi.org/10.3138/jelis.61.3.2020-0007