Susan Awe studied at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, which in 1970 she graduated with a B.A. degree.
Susan Awe studied at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh where in 1972 she became a M.S.L.S..
(Selected from the last ten years of ARBA (1986-1996), wit...)
Selected from the last ten years of ARBA (1986-1996), with a number of new articles added, these reviews identify, describe, and evaluate subject dictionaries and encyclopedias that are useful in all types of libraries. Focus is on works still available, with only the most serviceable sources chosen for inclusion. Reviews discuss the usefulness or importance of a given work; its organization and contents; and its intended audience, special features, and strengths and weaknesses. Providing complete bibliographic information as well as reviews, this guide is an excellent tool for reference collection development. The reviews have been carefully re-edited and updated as necessary. Entries include title, author or editor, imprint, pagination, price, and ISBN. The organization of the text reflects the arrangement of ARBA, with 36 subject chapters divided into three main sections-Social Sciences, Humanities, and Science and Technology. Within chapters, works are arranged from the general to the specific.
(For 21st-century entrepreneurs, this book provides the pr...)
For 21st-century entrepreneurs, this book provides the practical guidance they need to overcome the often intimidating challenges of starting, organizing, and running a new business effectively and efficiently. 400 unique evaluative descriptions of print and electronic resources for initial start-up, creating a business plan, management, marketing, personnel and HR, and competitive analysis. Screenshots of important and useful web pages. A glossary of relevant terms and acronyms. An index provides access by author, title, subject, and webpage.
(This title helps small and medium-sized enterprises disco...)
This title helps small and medium-sized enterprises discover the advantages and disadvantages of international business and plan their entry or expansion strategies. Includes chapters on specific aspects of developing and expanding an SME globally, including creating a business plan and building a website. Lengthy bibliographies are included at the end of each chapter, listing and evaluating print and electronic resources for the international SME entrepreneur. A brief glossary defines international trade terms. A helpful index provides additional access points to information resources including authors, titles, and keywords. An appendix of additional resources organized by regions of the world includes many additional resources not described in individual chapters. Takes readers through a step-by-step process, from planning and market analysis to sustaining international trade and using the internet globally.
Susan Awe studied at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, which in 1970 she graduated with a B.A. degree and where in 1972 she became a M.S.L.S.
Since 1980 Susan Awe worked as information specialist in various libraries at universities and of regional importance. Since 1990 she was professionally involved in reviewing books including books on tape. This predefined the nature of her own books that give a review of the literature on the given topics (business and encyclopedic). In 2000s Awe became a Professor of Library Science and a Director of University of New Mexico Parrish Library and held this position until her retirement which was followed by her death of cancer on October 29, 2018.
(Selected from the last ten years of ARBA (1986-1996), wit...)1997
(For 21st-century entrepreneurs, this book provides the pr...)2006
(This title helps small and medium-sized enterprises disco...)2009
Awe married an artist Steven H. Maddock on April 15, 1977.