Library Education as a Continuing Process

Teskey, John
April 2010
Feliciter;2010, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p36
The article focuses on the skills that are essential for the future of library education in Canada. The author believes that continuing education is fundamental for the sector because it provides librarians the ability to evolve and reinterpret what they learned and to add new information. He views that library schools need to improve the availability and range of programs that are available to practicing librarians.


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