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Looks at the move from holdings to access in academic libraries with special reference to structures, working relationships and other management issues. Refers to the electronic document delivery; the integrated solution (EDDIS) project, a major initiative funded under the UK higher education’s...
Analyses the importance of international co‐operation in librarianship and describes the role of the British Council in this field. Reports that successful international co‐operation is based on an understanding of the other culture and how the culture influences working life and that this...
Looks at the role a mentor can play in the career development of librarians and information professionals. It uses research carried out in 1995‐96 as the basis for its focus on the value of mentoring as a career development tool for individuals. Follows a brief discussion of the nature of...
Describes experience at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK with regard to the training, development, career and pay structures of secretarial and clerical staff. Discusses action research which was based on an extensive survey of this group of workers’ needs and concerns. Among them were...
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