Bachelor und Laufbahnbefähigung für den gehobenen Bibliotheksdienst an wissenschaftlichen Bibliotheken – das Eine schließt das Andere nicht aus!

Behm-Steidel, Gudrun
March 2008
Bibliotheksdienst;mar2008, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p266
Trade Publication
This article discusses the possibilities of earning a bachelor's degree while setting the career path in library science is possible at scientific libraries. The Fachhochschule Hannover, in Hannover, Germany, offers a bachelor's in information management and options to pursue a master's degree in information and knowledge management.


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