Continuing Professional Development- Preparing for New Roles in Libraries: A Voyage of Discovery: Sixth World Conference on Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning for the Library and Information Professions

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Paul Genoni, Graham Walton
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 2005 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 307 pages
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Librarians and information workers the world over are faced with the constant challenge of remaining abreast of developments in their field. Rapid changes in technology and workplace roles threaten to make their skills obsolete unless they undertake constant professional development. This international collection presents a comprehensive overview of current continuing professional development theory and practice for those who manage and work in library and information services. Papers by academics and practitioners describe numerous innovative responses to emerging continuing education and training needs, including workplace learning; individual learning and learning organisations.

 

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Contents

FOREWORD
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CONFERENCE OPENING ADDRESS
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THE JOURNEY AND BEYOND
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DEVELOPING MODELS OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE TO ENHANCE EMPLOYABILITY IN THE NETWORK WORLD
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THE SKILLS DEBATE OF THE 21st CENTURY
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KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIREMENTS AMONG LIBRARY PERSONNEL AND TEACHING FACULTY
53
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND WORKPLACE LEARNING IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES
75
HARNESSING NEW TOOLS TO SUPPORT INFORMATION LITERACY
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HOW DO THEY KNOW WHAT THEY DONT KNOW? CREATING A DIGITAL PRESERVATION TRAINING PROGRAM
170
DEVELOPING A PROGRAM TO MEET THE DIVERSE NEEDS OF LIS PROFESSIONALS
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WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE PUBLIC LIBRARY ADMINISTRATORS CERTIFICATE PROGRAM AT THE PALMER SCHOOL OF...
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A SPECIAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION SLA STRATEGIC PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TOOL FOR THE 21st CENTURY
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TEAMS OR TERRITORIALISM IN THE ELEARNING AGE
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THE IMPACT OF NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION FOR SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA SPECIALISTS
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A CASE STUDY OF UGC REFRESHER COURSES INDIA
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WHAT IS NEEDED FROM A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME TO SUPPORT HEALTH SERVICE LIBRARIANS IN ENGLAND?
237

THE BESPOKE APPROACH TO DEVELOPING AND DELIVERING ONLINE STAFF DEVELOPMENT
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BECOMING A MARKETING SPECALIST IN AN ACADEMIC LIBRARY
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A CASE OF A CANADIAN INFORMATION LITERACY PROGRAMME
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MEETING THE CPD NEEDS OF THE ELIBRARIAN
126
DESIGN IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES AND OUTCOMES
137
A CASE STUDY OF UK PROBATION
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UNDERSTANDING LIBRARIANS MOTIVATION TO PARTICIPATE IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
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PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR DEGREED AND NONDEGREED LIBRARIANS IN A REGIONAL INSTITUTE
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WHERE TO FROM HERE? CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NEW ZEALAND
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THE SOUTH AFRICAN LIBRARY LEADERSHIP PROJECT
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NEW APPROACHES FOR LIFELONG LEARNING IN EUROPE
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A CAMPAIGN TO BUILD CAPACITY TO MATCH SERVICE DEMANDS IN A LARGE SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
287
A MODEL FOR SUCCESS
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