7 THINGS THEY DON'T TEACH YOU IN LIBRARY SCHOOL: Library Science Student Rants About School and Work

Faulkner, Marcel H.
March 2007
Access (1204-0472);Spring2007, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p52
The article provides information concerning the facts that students knew at the library and information community in Canada. It is said that a public library is a very noisy place, that libraries are crime scenes, that anyone who wants to eat and drink in the library can already do, that most public library customer transactions still involve books, that there are still armies of people who have never used a computer for anything, and others.


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