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The librarian‐writer recounts through his personal narrative why writing for publication should be an important aspect of professional performance and leadership for librarians in all libraries, and how professional communication creates even greater opportunities and rewards in developing...
As public libraries in Europe change to meet the challenges of the Millennium, so must the professional staff who operate them. The implications of the changes in current public library functions and services for future professional roles and identities are examined, based on a review of a...
Libraries and learning resource centres occupy unique positions in campus networked information services. Managers and staff in academic libraries are in transition. Their roles as information specialists may not change; however, their methods of delivery will. Strategic planners recognize the...
Examines the competencies which will be required by the information worker of the twenty‐first century. Emphasis is placed on those new technology skills which are constitutive of the information industries of the future. The paper challenges the assumption that there will always be a role for...
Conjecture over the past few years on the negative impact of local government reorganization on public library staff at the most senior level (Malley, 1993 et al. ), is now being supported by evidence emerging from the local authorities which have been reorganized. Recent research on Wales...
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