Continuing professional education

Haycock, Ken
January 1998
Emergency Librarian;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p29
Focuses on what motivates teacher-librarians to pursue continuing professional education in the United States. Acquisition of new knowledge and skills through meeting and consultation with colleagues; Attendance at state conferences as a popular method of continuing education.


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