A resounding silence?

May 2001
Australian Library Journal;May2001, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p103
Academic Journal
Editorial. Discusses the arguments raised by Ross Harvey in the February 2001 issue of 'The Australian Library Journal,' concerning the quality of education for librarianship at the professional level and the academic quality of students admitted into the professional category through graduate diploma and masters' level courses. Perceived deterioration in the quality of practicing librarians; Key questions raised by Harvey.


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