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Author Ward, Patricia Layzell
Title Human Development : Competencies for the Twenty-First Century. Papers from the IFLA CPERT Third International Conference on Continuing Professional Education for the Library and Information Professions; a Publication of the Continuing Professional Education Round Table ..
Imprint Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 1997
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Series IFLA Publications ; v.80/81
IFLA Publications
Note Intro -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- SESSION 1. Continuing Education Planning: Individual and Institutional -- A Distance Independent/Open Learning Education Model For The Continuing Professional Education Of Librarians -- Continuing Professional Development And Flexible Information Workers: Problems And Opportunities -- Future Academic Library Skills: What Will They Be? -- SESSION 2a. Models to Cope with Growing Continuing Education Needs -- Hungarian CPE Efforts Intensified Through International Co-operation -- Users Training Programs Developed By The Brazilian University Libraries -- Constructs For Investigating Lack of Persistence In Experimental Distance Education: A Study Of Health Science Librarians -- SESSION 2b. Continuing Education Planning: Individual and Institutional -- The Changing Nature Of Continuing Education For The Individual: Will Libraries And Librarians Continue To Play A Role In Supporting Learners? -- On The Education Of Information Resources Management Professionals At High Level In China -- Closing The Information Technology Gap: Typical Training Concerns In A South African University Library In The 1990's -- SESSION 3. Models to Cope With Growing Continuing Education Needs -- LIS Educational Systems Within CMC (Computer Mediated Communication) -- Group Mentoring. : A First Experience In Continuing Education -- Facilitating Workplace Learning -- SESSION 4a. Training the Trainer -- Training Of Trainers And Professional Development: Estonian Prospective -- New Times - New Possibilities -- Librarians As Change Agents In The HE Community -- SESSION 4b. Measuring Continuing Education Needs -- Theory And Practice Of Law Librarianship Through Continuing Professional Education: The Nigerian Experience -- Continuing Education And Information Technology: A Study Of Content And Deliverables
Differences Between Librarians And Library Directors In Their Perception Of Continuing Professional Education -- Information Technology Developments As A Factor In Determination Of Continuing Education Needs In Some Southern African Academic Libraries -- SESSION 5. Workshops -- Measuring Continuing Education Needs And Results Competency For The Twenty-First Century -- SESSION 6a. Continuing Education Planning: Individual and Institutional -- Personal Professional Development: Competencies For The Solo Librarian -- Growing With The Customer: Challenges To The Estonian Librarian In The 21st Century -- Planning Professional Excellence In Library And Information Organisations - A South African Perspective -- SESSION 6b. Models to Cope with Growing Continuing Education Needs -- LIS Professionals In The Networked Learning Environment -- Russian System Of Continuing Education In Transition -- Continuing LIS Professional Education Through Distance Mode: Prospects For India -- SESSION 7a. Models to Cope with Growing Continuing Education Needs -- The Internet And Continuing Professional Education -- The Impact Of National Training Reform And The Restructuring Of Industrial Awards On Staff Development In Australian Academic And State Libraries -- Distance Education As A New Possibility For Library And Information Science Education In Estonia -- SESSION 7b. Continuing Education Planning: Individual and Institutional -- Evaluation As A Human Development For Professionals In The Twenty-First Century -- A Brazilian Experience -- An Approach To Identifying Skills Within An Information Culture: The Application Of Information Policy To Information Cultures -- Continuing Education For Croatian Librarians: Needs And Opportunities -- SESSION 8a. Training the Trainer -- The Academic Librarian And Scholarship: A Vision For The Twenty-First Century
Measuring Continuing Education Needs: Identifying Transferable Skills Through Mentoring -- Training The Trainer: A Perspective From The ALA / CLENE-RT' -- SESSION 8b. User Education: The Librarian as Educator -- Effectiveness Of An Academic Library As A Continuing Education Provider -- Applying Principles For Effective Staff Development To Large Urban Public Library Systems In Canada -- The New Role Of Librarians As Internet Trainers -- SESSION 9. User Education: The Librarian as Educator -- Information Exchange And Communication Between Researchers: The Specialised Librarian's Part In Scientific Research -- Information Skills Teaching In The Age Of The Electronic Library In The United Kingdom -- Libraries As Learning Organisations -- SESSION 10a. Continuing Education Planning: Individual and Institutional -- The Higher School Of Information Service In Prague -- Continuing Education Of Information Professionals In A Changing Environment: With Special Reference To Brazil -- The Library And Bibliometrics -- SESSION 10b. Continuing Education Planning: Individual and Institutional -- Polish Experiences In Continuing Education For Librarians -- Asian Institute For Education In Librarianship And Information Science: A Continuing Professional Development Proposal -- Librarians Continuing Education in the Libraries of Estonia -- Appendix A. Organising Committee -- Appendix B. Authors of the Papers
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) is the leading international body representing the interests of library and information services and their users. It is the global voice of the information profession. The series IFLA Publications deals with many of the means through which libraries, information centres, and information professionals worldwide can formulate their goals, exert their influence as a group, protect their interests, and find solutions to global problems
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