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  1. Ambrose, Larry. Common Sense Mentoring. Chicago: Perrone-Ambrose, 2008.
  2. Lee, Marta K. Mentoring in the Library: Building for the Future. Chicago: American Library Association, 2011.
  3. Mavrinac, Mary Ann and Kim Stymest. Pay it Forward: Mentoring New Information Professionals (ACRL Active Guide #4). Chicago: ACRL, 2013.
  4. Maxwell, John C. Mentoring 101: What every leader needs to know. Nashville, Tenn: T. Nelson. 2008 and 2010.
  5. Shea, Gordon F. Making the Most of Being Mentored: How to Grow from a Mentoring Relationship.
  6. Smallwood, Carole and Rebecca Tolley-Stokes. Mentoring in Librarianship: Essays on Working with Adults and Students to Further the Profession. Jefferson City, NC: McFarland & Co., Inc., 2012.
  7. Stueart, Robert D. and Maureen Sullivan. Developing library leaders: a how-to-do-it manual for coaching, team buildingand mentoring library staff. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2010.
  8. Zachary, Lois J. and Lory A. Fischler. The Mentee's Guide: making mentoring work for you. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2009.



  1. Attributes of Effective Mentoring Relationships: Partner's Perspective
  2. Developing the Mentor/Protégé Relationship
  3. Mentoring
  4. Mentoring Group.
  5. Partnership for Success: Learn how having a mentor can help you develop personally and professionally.
  6. College Library Director Mentoring Program


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