Librarian Career Development: Volume 1 Issue 4

Category:

Library and Information Science

Table of contents

ON BECOMING AN EX‐LIBRARIAN

Carol Bagnall

Follows the author′s story of her mid‐career change from being alibrarian in a polytechnic to becoming a person‐centred counsellor andtherapist, via a part‐time course at…

ERASMUS: ITS PLACE IN PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

Anthony Beard

A number of students have come to the University of North London′sSchool of Information Studies from EC universities and polytechnicsunder the ERASMUS scheme. They attend…

TIME FOR A CHANGE

Verena Thompson

Examines the reasons behind deciding to change career and is apersonal account of the factors to consider when applying for a positionin fields related to librarianship…

THE PLACE OF INFORMATION IN CAREER CHOICE

Paul Greer

Careers information is important, but its nature varies, and inrecent years technology‐related products have come to rival printedmaterial. The recognition of different…

CASUAL PROFESSIONAL LIBRARY STAFF: CONTRADICTION IN TERMS OR NEW STAFFING PARADIGM?

Anne Bell, Roy Kirk, Christine Lee, June Page

Pressure to introduce longer opening hours with declining budgetshas led to the use of evening and Saturday casual staff at LeicesterUniversity. Professional support from…

EMPLOYER SPONSORSHIP OF MBAs

Alison Smith

Aims to review the attitudes of corporate sponsors within theUnited Kingdom to MBA provision and to identify areas of concern whichproviders might wish to consider with a…

ISSN:

0968-0810

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 1999

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Merged to become:

Library Management