Carrigan, Dennis P.
August 2008
Kentucky Libraries;Summer2008, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p8
Academic Journal
The article analyzes the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and risk (SWOT) in the programs of the University of Kentucky's School of Library and Information Science in Lexington. These include the merger of the university's College of Library and Information Science that resulted to the formation of the College of Communications and Information Studies. Other developments in the library program are the appointment of Professor Jeff Huber as the director of the school and the increasing number of students applying for Master of Science in Library Science.


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