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Continuing Education for the Library Information Profession

Joan C. Durrance, William G. Asp
1985 Journal of Education For Library and Information Science  
Continuing Education for the Library Information Profession. Hamden, CT, Shoe String Press, 1986.  ...  Two chapters of the book are devoted largely to the discussion of library schools and continuing education. Part I is an overview of continuing education by Elizabeth W.  ... 
doi:10.2307/40323215 fatcat:6gcgjdyutnhx7gqmarlxebo57e

The Second World Conference on Continuing Education for the Library and Information Science Professions Barcelona, Spain, August 19-21, 1993

Darlene E. Weingand
1994 Journal of Education For Library and Information Science  
WEINGAND, EDITOR The Second World Conference on Continuing Education for the Library and Information Science Professions Barcelona, Spain, August 19-21, 1993 Barcelona was the setting for the fifty- ninth  ...  Prior to the opening ses- sion, the Continuing Professional Edu- cation Round Table presented a pre- conference: “The Second World Conference on Continuing Education for the Library and Information Science  ... 
doi:10.2307/40323154 fatcat:3nhmkld3trgyfblugd5dhn2r3m

Continuing Professional Education for the Information Society: The Fifth World Conference on Continuing Professional Education for the Library and Information Science Professions. Ed. Patricia Layzell Ward. Munchen: Saur (IFLA Publications 100), 2002. 263p. EUR 98 (IFLA Members EUR 73.50) (ISBN 598218303). ISSN 0344-6891

Janice M. Krueger
2003 College and Research Libraries  
The papers included in Continuing Professional Education for the Information Society are useful and well written.  ...  Institutions with schools of education or information and library studies would benefit greatly from the research and discussion presented in these papers.-Janice M.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl.64.3.241 fatcat:yaaeaqvd5bfntdrktt76uiosbi

Delivering Lifelong Continuing Professional Education across Space and Time: The Fourth World Conference on Continuing Professional Education for the Library and Information Science Professions. Eds. Blanche Woolls and Brooke E. Sheldon. Munchen: K.G. Saur (IFLA Publications 98), 2001. 283p. 68 Euro (49.80 Euro for IFLA members) (ISBN 3598218281). ISSN 0344-6891

Barbara J. D'Angelo
2003 College and Research Libraries  
Delivering Lifelong Continuing Professional Education across Space and Time: The Fourth World Conference on Continuing Professional Education for the Library and Information Science Professions. Eds.  ...  This interesting project provides continuing education opportunities in Africa; Moyo presents it as a model for the library profession.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl.64.3.242 fatcat:z4ioiossvrbsdghiaxaibfbbku

Continuing Education

Darlene E. Weingand
1987 Journal of Education For Library and Information Science  
Rather, this is a plea for posi- tive reinforcement throughout the professional lifetime through the mechanism of continuing education.  ...  There would probably be little ar- gument among library schools that li- brarianship and other information professions work at improving the hu- WInTER 1987 man condition.  ... 
doi:10.2307/40323675 fatcat:di7ne2gz55hbjahpn6qm4uutaq

Library Education: Its Past, Its Present, Its Future

Beverly P. Lynch
2008 Library Trends  
This paper traces the history of library education primarily as it developed in the United States.  ...  The issues pertaining to curriculum, students, and faculty are presented as are the current questions of whether the educational program should have a professional, vocational, or discipline-based focus  ...  The ALA has continued to develop standards for library and information science education, the most recent statement was adopted in 2008.  ... 
doi:10.1353/lib.0.0016 fatcat:rjkgf6hfmfev5l2nj5srfhuv7q

The Librarian - A Redefined Profession for the 21st Century

Elena Tîrziman
2017 Revista Română de Biblioteconomie și Știința Informării  
The digital environment and related technologies transform the professions in the fields of Library and Information Sciences.  ...  If for a long time it has been regarded as a humanist profession, it has been seen in the last few decades that we are finding it more and more as a socio-technical profession that necessarily requires  ...  We thus witness an extension of the labour market for the graduates from Library and Information Science. Professional training can be achieved in two ways: academic and continuous education.  ... 
doi:10.26660/rrbsi.2017.13.4.101 fatcat:j3zl3pv5w5chzdbxudsviwcarq

Library and Information Professional Education for the Learning Society: A Model Curriculum

Robert J. Grover
1985 Journal of Education For Library and Information Science  
LIBRARY and information science education continues to be a vital issue in the library profession.  ...  GROVER Library and information science education continues to be an important issue within the library and information professions.  ... 
doi:10.2307/40323182 fatcat:eg62jgzqybd2fbor3m2bq2nstm

Page 14 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 5 [page]

1995 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
Includes a questionnaire aimed at members of the profession for a continuing education and professional development survey. EB 5316 Graduate education in library and information science in China. S.  ...  AG 2.12 EDUCATION AND TRAINING 5315 Issues in continuing education. F. Nicholson. Education for Library and Information Services: Australia, 11 (2) Aug 94, p.38-46. refs.  ... 

In Appreciation of Betty Stone, Continuing Education Advocate

Jana Varlejs, Blanche Woolls, Brooke Sheldon
2003 Journal of Education For Library and Information Science  
issue of Library Journal, she chose Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, Vol. 44, No. 1—Winter 2003 ISSN: 0748-5786 ©2003 Association for Library and Information Science Education  ...  Her concern about continuing education for the profession dates back to 1965 when, inspired by Samuel Rothstein’s article, “Nobody’s Baby: A Brief Sermon on Continuing Professional Education” in the May  ... 
doi:10.2307/40323943 fatcat:yzah7sa575co7byd6dnbuzafme

Page 13 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 3 [page]

1995 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
OS, ont 1 2.0 PROFESSION (cont'd) management in library and information services by providing continuing education programmes, particularly in management skills for library staff.  ...  Presents the results of a survey conducted to investigate how library and information science students are being educated for careers in a changing reference/information environment.  ... 

COPE II: Implications for LIS Educators

Jana Varlejs
2001 Journal of Education For Library and Information Science  
develop a nation-wide program of continuing education for the entire range of library/information professionals.  ...  Libraries, and the Association of Library and Information Science Education.  ... 
doi:10.2307/40324003 fatcat:kqa5px3vgzaqzoqlukwzn47x7e

Continuing education & professional development programmes/resources for library professionals

2018 IP Indian Journal of Library Science and Information Technology  
The present paper encompasses professional development and continuing education programmes and resources run by various library agencies at both national and international level.  ...  The paper aims to bring out the resources one can required to keep abreast of the latest trends and information within the field of library science.  ...  The library profession, which overlaps to a significant extent with the education community, demonstrates a parallel commitment to continuing professional education.  ... 
doi:10.18231/2456-9623.2018.0006 fatcat:kan4c7mggnh2nenvlszp4q36au

Page 3 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 8 [page]

1991 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
Special attention is paid to the distant education and to the relation between library schools, LIS research and continuing professional education.  ...  the ways in which Ortega’s pivotal essay on the ‘Mission of the Librarian’ contributed to the clarification and argues for the eventual abandonment of the idea by the American library profession.  ... 

Continuing Education and Competencies: Whose Responsibility?

Darlene Weingand
1995 Journal of Education For Library and Information Science  
How does continuing education fac- tor into these questions, and what kind of continuing education: manda- tory or voluntary? These are important questions for our profession.  ...  In that issue, Duncan Smith, then vice president/president-elect of Continuing Library Education Network and Exchange (CLENE), contributed an editorial, “Against Competencies,” not- ing that, “at the present  ... 
doi:10.2307/40322984 fatcat:5c2di4frt5gedmvokzyj5gh2am
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