Category:Library and Information Studies
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Aims to describe a peer‐mentoring program in one academic library and to provide suggestions and recommendations for setting up a similar program in other libraries.
To share the library school field experience paradigm that the authors developed after their successful participation as a supervisor and student.
Knowledge processes: A strategic foundation for the partnership between the university and its libraryMaija‐Leena Huotari, Mirja Iivonen
To explore the nature of the university's knowledge processes and to specify the library's role in these processes.
The broad objective of this study was to present a model for strategic human resource management through an effective staff performance appraisal system in Botswana Public…
Using Weick's sensemaking theory within a KM framework, and storytelling methodology, this study aims to deconstruct a recent public internet access policy crisis at the…
Seeks to investigate the extent to which public libraries in Belfast were affected by the Northern Ireland Troubles between 1969 and 1994.
Risking knowledge management: An information audit of risk management activities within the Hobart City CouncilHeather Jones
To describe the process of conducting an information audit at the Hobart City Council and to demonstrate how the audit contributed to knowledge management at the Council.
Online date, start – end:1979
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
Merged from:Librarian Career Development
- Mr Steve O'Connor