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Local collections in public libraries are an essential resource for local and family historians. Suggests that librarians need relevant knowledge derived from a systematic training programme. Identifies the staff who need training, reviews existing provisions and suggests ways of structuring a...
Compares the two strands of women and management to the DNA molecule which consists of a double helix. Explores this relationship through the eyes of women managers in Iceland. Discusses the results of four seminars focusing on women′s efforts to be successful in management. Compares priorities...
Describes the Royal School of Librarianship, Denmark, the facilities offered and curricular changes, including a master′s programme leading to the qualification MLISc. Outlines a new two‐year postgraduate programme, “Culture and mediation”, a joint venture with the University of Odense. Gives...
Outlines, via a fictional dialogue, the preparations for a job interview strategy, focusing on the issue of technological change.
Discusses various interview techniques and approaches. Offers a number of suggestions, stressing that a genuine desire for the job is important. Gives reasons for conducting an interview; submits that not only does it offer the employer an opportunity to assess your suitability but also allows...
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