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Describes the importance of team management to career development, as well as the meshing of organizational and individual needs, and views the career as a longitudinal concept. Describes the Team Management Index and the Types of Work Index and their application to career development. Presents...
Argues the hypothesis that practical placements for students of librarianship are especially problematic as the student, often straight from school, needs experience of the “world of work” and its expectations as well as specifically library and information work. These two needs may conflict,...
Centres attention on the curriculum and through this reflects on several aspects related to librarianship as a discipline, and the different approaches which have been part of it in the past, present and perhaps even in the future. Challenges of librarianship as a discipline are put forth in the...
Outlines, via a series of letters, the problems and rewards of mentorship among librarians.
Discusses the design of job application forms, why they exist, and what they are designed to do. Offers a number of hints on filling in application forms, before turning to CVs and suggesting what should and should not be included on a CV. Concludes that the “perfect” CV does not exist, but that...
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