Descriptive Impressions of the Library and Information Education Evolution of 1988-1998 as

Callison, Daniel; Tilley, Carol L.
June 2001
Journal of Education for Library & Information Science;Summer2001, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p181
Academic Journal
Reports attempts to adjust and reorganize education programs in Library and Information Science in the United States. Consideration of schools' need for teaching and research expertise; Characteristics of education programs; Significance of curriculum changes to educational content.


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