The full working bibliography is available here.
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Cantwell, L. (2012a, June). The Term or Temporary Position and Making the Most of a Short Time (Part 1 of 2). Library Worklife, 9(6). Retrieved from http://ala-apa.org/newsletter/2012/06/10/the-term-or-temporary-position-and-making-the-most-of-a-short-time-part-1-of-2/
Cantwell, L. (2012b, July). The Term or Temporary Position and Making the Most of a Short Time (Part 2 of 2)). Library Worklife, 9(7). Retrieved from http://ala-apa.org/newsletter/2012/07/07/the-term-or-temporary-position-and-making-the-most-of-a-short-time-part-2-of-2/
Chan, D. C., & Auster, E. (2003). Factors contributing to the professional development of reference librarians. Library & Information Science Research (07408188), 25(3), 265. doi:Article
Chervinko, J. S. (1986). Temporary Employees in Academic and Research Libraries. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 12(4), 217. doi:Article
Clapp, J. (2004, January 1). Part-time Librarian, Full-time Parent. Info Career Trends. Retrieved from http://lisjobs.com/career_trends/?p=251
Collins, S., & Brungard, A. (2006, October 30). The Art of Part-Time. Library Journal. Retrieved from http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6386517.html
CRS Technology. (2009, January). Automated Scheduling Saves Hennepin Time. American Libraries, 40(1/2), 87.
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Dinerman, G. (1988). Temp in a teapot. New Jersey Libraries, 21, 14.
Falk, P. K., & Boettcher, B. J. (2001). Grant-Funded Temporary Employees in Libraries. Technical Services Quarterly, 18(3), 35–46.
For Temp Workers, “Temp” Looking More Permanent : NPR. (n.d.).NPR.org. Retrieved July 26, 2012, from http://www.npr.org/2012/07/26/157130818/for-temp-workers-temp-looking-more-permanent
Ford, E. (2011, February 9). Struggling to Juggle: Part-time Temporary Work in Libraries. In the Library with the Lead Pipe. Retrieved from http://www.inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2011/struggling-to-jugglepart- time-temporary-work-in-libraries/
Galarneau, Diane. (2010). Temporary employment in the downturn. Perspectives on Labour and Income, 22(4), 5–17.
Goulding, A., & Kerslake, E. (1996). Flexible information workers: training and equal opportunities. Librarian Career Development, 4(2), 5–12.
Gover, H. R. (1994). Whose bargain? The use of part-time employees in libraries: a call for further study. Alki, 10(3), 17.
Hakansson, K. (2012). Work Organizational Outcomes of the Use of Temporary Agency Workers. Organization Studies.
Hereld, G. (1992). Job sharing: A reality for the “90”s? New Jersey Libraries, 25(Summer), 24–25.
Hogue, E., & Sisson, L. (1994). Bargains of the Century: Part-Time Librarians. Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances, 7(2), 18–22.
Jacoby, D. (2006). Effects of Part-Time Faculty Employment on Community College Graduation Rates. Journal of Higher Education, 77(6), 1081–1103.
Johnston, J. (2004, August). A Permanent Alternative: Temporary, Part-Time Library Work. LIScareer | Career Strategies for Librarians. Retrieved June 24, 2012, from http://www.liscareer.com/johnston_temporary.htm
Jones, W. (2011). Re-engaging/Engaging Part-time Librarians. College & Undergraduate Libraries, (18), 37–43.
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Mancuso, J. (2011). Laid Off? Here’s One Way to Land on Your Feet. In C. Smallwood (Ed.), The Frugal Librarian: Thriving in Tough Economic Times (pp. 26–32). Chicago, IL: American Library Association.
Maxwell, N. K. (1997, December). Part-timer’s plea: Where am I now? American Libraries, 28(11), 58.
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MILLER, J. G., & MILLER, M. (2012). The rise of the supertemp. Harvard Business Review, 90(5), 50–62.
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Pontau, D. Z. (1989). Temporary librarians in California academic libraries: results of a statewide survey of library directors. Library Personnel News, 3, 57–58.
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