Librarian Career Development: Volume 2 Issue 3

Category:

Library and Information Science

Table of contents

The Changing Role of the Information Manager

Jennifer Rowley

Explores the implications of one model associated with the changingbusiness environment, for the nature of information management and therole of the information manager…

Planning Your Total Career and Life Portfolio – Part 1:: A Model for Management Development

Jay J. Zajas, Jann R. Mitchener Zajas

Accelerating technology and market changes are creating many newemployment opportunities and career challenges. With such changes,viable career development strategies are…

The Learning Experience: : Student Perceptions and Evaluations

Peter Stephen, Maria E. Burke

Describes the library and information course at Manchester′s Departmentof Library and Information Studies which has recently been updated topresent the course as a crucial…

The Changing Labour Market of the Information Professional: : Challenges for Library School Education

Niels Ole Pors

Presents results from investigations into the information labour market,library school students′ work preferences and orientations. Alsopresents the ordinary citizen′s…

Managing to Build a Career

Patrick Noon

Describes an approach to management development by undertaking an MBAprogramme. Examines the various programmes on offer and looks at thedifficulties involved in their…

A Sense of Direction: : Librarianship and CPD

Mike Freeman

The arrival of continuing professional development (CPD) in the publicconsciousness of librarianship is a relatively new phenomenon, spurredon by rapid change in the…

Follow the Yellow Brick Road: : Some Tricks of Professional Navigation

Marigold Cleeve

Compares the pattern of a career in the late 1960s, with a careerpattern today. Outlines some of the opportunities and associatedproblems which might be encountered by…

ISSN:

0968-0810

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 1999

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Merged to become:

Library Management