Librarian Career Development: Volume 1 Issue 2

Category:

Library and Information Science

Table of contents

WOMEN MANAGERS – THE WAY FORWARD?

Lesley Whittaker

Discusses the barriers to women′s advancement, identifying the“male equals management” paradigm as a constraint. Alsoconsiders the implications of women′s role in the…

THE SPRINGBOARD WOMEN’S DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

Liz Willis, Jenny Daisley

Traces the development of the Springboard Women′s DevelopmentProgramme including the reason for its creation and how its content wasdecided on; in passing suggests reasons…

THE RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION OF MINORITY ETHNIC STAFF IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES: PROOF POSITIVE

Christopher Woodley

Why are people from minority ethnic communities under‐representedin public libraries? Suggests that the poor promotion of librarianshipas a career is a contributive…

THE BRITISH LIBRARY’S POLICY‐MAKING AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT COURSE: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL VIEW

Di Martin

One of the participants in “Policy Making and StrategicManagement: A Course for Managers of Library and Information Services(1991/92)” assesses her personal training and…

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES IN THE LIBRARY PROFESSION

Veronica Fraser

Gives a brief summary of the Library Association′s EqualOpportunities Survey results in the context of the Association′s work onequal opportunity issues.

PREPARING FOR THE TOP: THE BRITISH LIBRARY’S POLICY‐MAKING AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT COURSE

Ian Malley

Describes the first British Library‐sponsored Strategic PlanningCourse, which was held in 1991. Outlines the origins of the course, itsaims and the approaches used…

THE IMPORTANCE OF IT IN WOMEN’S CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Sandy Norman

Aims to demonstrate the importance of IT in women′s careerdevelopment with the LIS profession. Although many women feel inhibitedby computers and do not have the same…

ISSN:

0968-0810

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 1999

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Merged to become:

Library Management