From Winnie the Pooh to AACR2: The Application of Technical Training in a Changing Library Environment

Harris, Tressa
April 2008
Feliciter;2008, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p60
The author reflects on the importance of experience and skill in handling difficulties and adjustments on the impact of technological innovation on the library technician's role in managing library functions. She discusses the importance of cross training in a variety of practical disciplines and daily laboratory work to reinforce classroom theory. She emphasizes the importance of library technician programs and how they can help the library technician's proficiency and competence.


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