Librarian Career Development: Volume 1 Issue 3

Category:

Library and Information Science

Table of contents

ALTERNATIVE CAREERS: INFORMATION WORKERS, SKILLS AND FUTURES

M. Clare Nankivell

Reports on the experiences of recently qualified library andinformation workers who work in a different field, taking its findingsfrom the Class of ′88 National Cohort…

MAKING A SWAP: MAKING THE MOST OF SECONDMENTS

Beryl Morris

Provides support and information for those who might be interestedin going on secondment or encouraging it in their organizations.Includes practical details which need to…

EXCHANGE IS NO ROBBERY: AN ACCOUNT OF AN EXCHANGE OF EXPERIENCE EXPERIMENT AT PROFESSIONAL AND PARA‐PROFESSIONAL LEVEL

Roy Kirk

Describes first a local professional exchange of experienceexperiment for a period of one week. Outlines personal aims and gives asummary of the benefits and problems…

’I WAS JUST A CATALOGUER UNTIL I DISCOVERED SECONDMENT’: THE PRACTICALITIES OF THE SMIRNOFF FACTOR IN A LIBRARIAN’S CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Marigold Cleeve

Secondment can be a major turning point in a librarian′s careerdevelopment and a cost‐effective method of management training. It isessential that a secondment can be…

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FROM AN AFRICAN POINT OF VIEW

Peter Havard‐Williams

Stresses the organization of continuing education to promoteprofessional development in Africa. The LIS profession has been helpedby willing donors who have done much for…

CERTIFICATE IN TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

Penny Simmonds

Describes the qualification of the Certificate in Training andDevelopment and evaluates why this proved beneficial to the professionaldevelopment of the author. One of the…

ISSN:

0968-0810

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 1999

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Merged to become:

Library Management