U.K. continuing education: shortcomings pegged

May 1978
Library Journal;5/15/1978, Vol. 103 Issue 10, p1014
Trade Publication
Reports on the results of the survey conducted to determine the attitude of librarians in Great Britain towards continuing education. Preference for informal discussions; Tendency to shy away from formal continuing education for a variety of reasons.


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