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Continuing professional education for library and information science personnel

Continuing professional education for library and information science personnel

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Published by Matica slovenská in Martin, Czechoslovakia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Library education (Continuing education) -- Congresses.,
  • Professional education -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMatica slovenská, National Library of the Slovak Socialiste Republic [and] Center for Further Education of Slovak Librarians.
    ContributionsInternational Federation of Library Associations and Institutions., Matica slovenská., Center for Further Education of Slovak Librarians.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ668.5 .C63 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination321 p.
    Number of Pages321
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21169654M

    changing nature of library and information science education, and to exemplify the importance and necessity of continuing professional development for librarians, the newest manifestation of which is online professional development through Web tools and social media technologies. Core Journals in Library and Information Science 69 TABLE 1 Journals Ranked as Top 10 Titles in the Expert Opinion Studies Discussed Numbers in columns are the rank for each title from in each study. Row one has a brief author reference.

    Introduction to the Library and Information Professions, Second Edition presents a toolbox of models that enable this essential understanding for undergraduate and graduate students in library and information science programs as well as practicing professionals seeking continuing education. The materials in this second edition reflect the Reviews: 2. ” Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 50 (3): – Markey, Karen. “ Current Educational Trends in the Information and Library Science Curriculum.

    Library Staff. Continuing Education Librarian Angela Carritt Tel: +44 (0) Email: [email protected] Assistant Librarian Amy Wolstenholme Tel: +44 (0) This book should be the guide for both theory and practice of CPE in Malaysia Professor Dr. Shamsuddin Ahmad, School of Extension Education University Putra Malaysia Dr. Balan Dass has covered all aspects of how a professional provider should conduct and up-date continuing professional education (CPE) programmes. The book is a 'must read' for Author: Balan Dass.


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Continuous learning is critical to renewing the expertise and skills needed to assist patrons in this information age. Library workers must continually expand their knowledge in order to keep up with the rate of change. Whether you are an entry-level professional, mid-career librarian, support staff, senior management staff or trustee, the American Library Association has continuing education.

Continuing professional development (CPD) activities organized by library and information study programs in Southeast Asia. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 45(1): 58– Megginson, D., Whitaker, V.

and Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. Author: Anushie Moonasar, Peter G. Underwood. ALAAction No. 3 in a series Education and Continuous Learning is one of five key action areas adopted by the American Library Association to fulfill its mission of promoting the highest quality library and information services for all people.

Providing librarians, library staff and trustees with opportunities for professional development and promoting continuous, lifelong learning for all. Continuing Education Opportunities Continuing education (CE) credit is earned for participation in planned learning experiences designed to bring about changes in knowledge, skills, or attitudes which contribute directly to the delivery of quality library services and competent practice of librarianship.

Continuing education programs are open both to practicing librarians/information professionals and current GSLIS students who wish to earn professional credits while they update skills and knowledge. Current Simmons GSLIS students and Simmons GSLIS alumni qualify for special discounted rates on continuing education : Steve Cauffman.

The milestone year for the recovery and restructuring of professional education for library and information personnel in China was Wuhan University added information science as another specialized field in its Department of Library Science, and Beijing University offered library and information science courses to science students.

Scholarships – scholarship information for full-time employees in Arizona seeking aid to attend continuing education events. Summer Library Institute – professional development training for public library staff who do not have a Master's degree in Library Science and who work in predominantly rural areas of the state.

This book helps information professionals in their continuing professional development (CPD). The book shows them how to examine their own skills and plan their development over a period of time.

It also helps them to focus on their career path and begin the acquisition of skills necessary for the route they wish to follow in information work. The School of Library and Information Science offers a graduate-level program of preparation for careers in all types of libraries and information centers that provides students with a strong, well-rounded education through a curriculum that reflects the profession's immediate and long-range needs and prepares students to be leaders in a.

Special library education and continuing education in Canada. Law libraries as special libraries: an educational model. Library and information science education for the new medical environment and the age of integrated information. A survey of networking education in North American library schools.

The curriculum of Library and Information Science must be revised according to the need of the hour. Upgrading the skills of the working LIS professionals at all level to ensure the quality library services. Professional library staff should be accorded full academic and management status.

Fall Workshops - Continuing Education for library & information science professionals. The School of Library and Information Science is offering series of half day (3 hours) workshops on a variety of continuing education topics for students and professionals in library and information science, education, and related fields.

Get this from a library. Continuing professional education for the information society: the Fifth World Conference on Continuing Professional Education for the Library and Information Science Professions.

[Patricia Layzell Ward; International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. Continuing Professional Education Round Table.;]. American Library Association.

Library Administration Division. Personnel Administration Section. Model for Continuing Education Subcommittee of the Staff Development Committee (Graduate School of Library and Information Science.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, ). Employers of library/information personnel are responsible for providing staff development programmes and support for continuing education. Rationale: “The librarian is an active intermediary between users and resources.

Professional and continuing education of. Get this from a library. Delivering Lifelong Continuing Professional Education Across Space and Time: the Fourth World Conference on Continuing Professional Education for the Library and Information Science Professions.

[Blanche Woolls; Brooke E Sheldon]. Explore uses, contexts and users of information, and gain the skills required to impact change and development in any knowledge-intensive industry.

For more information, see the UW Master of Library & Information Science website. Local libraries, library systems, and district library centers that receive state aid must have staff certified at levels specified by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Certification levels (22 PA Code §§ – ) are: Library assistant - Completed at least 2 academic years of college education and 9 cred hours of library science course. Streamline for Success: Library Programs and Services Reboot am – pm each date. Choose the one that best fits your schedule: May 5, at New Berlin Public Library – Postponed.

More info coming soon. May 6, at Portage County Public Library, Stevens Point May 7. Library science is an interdisciplinary field that applies the practices, perspectives, tools of management, information technology, and education to libraries.

This also includes the preservation, organization, dissemination and collection of information resources, and the political economy of information. The purpose of these grants is to assist Nebraska libraries to improve the library services provided to their communities through continuing education and training for their library personnel and supporters.

Successful applications will show how the continuing education and/or training proposed will support the library's mission.Library Staff Development. Library Staff Development; Certification Program for Kentucky Public Libraries; Continuing Education; KDLA Archived Webinars LISTSERV® Mailing Lists; Professional Organizations; New Library Science Titles @ KDLA; Scholarships and Grants; Public Library Standards, Statistics and Directories.

Public Library Standards.The Continuing Education and Consulting (CEC) team provides answers and professional development to Texas library staff. Please contact us with questions or training requests.

CEC believes in the value of libraries to transform their communities and in the value of learning to create change.