International Perspectives on the New Librarian Experience

Garcia-Febo, Loida
April 2007
Feliciter;2007, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p77
The article presents the views and activities of some qualified librarians, specifically in library associations in the U.S. Study shows that 64 percent of those responded the questionnaire were librarians. It was found out that library associations have developed initiatives to include new librarians in their activities. This indicates that new librarians are participating in their national associations. 58 percent said that their associations offer leadership programs for new librarians.


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