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Learning Today for Professional Development Tomorrow
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EFLISA Volume 13, Number 3, ISSN 1039-222X

Abstract

Because of rapid changes in the information profession, librarians must actively pursue their own professional development. Presents strategies to enhance this skill in future librarians, including journal discussion clubs, portfolios, peer review, action learning, current awareness strategies, and learning to approach new technologies independently. Analyzes strategy implementation, student reactions, and the impact on lifelong learning. (LAM)

Citation

Bruce, C. (1996). Learning Today for Professional Development Tomorrow. Education for Library and Information Services: Australia, 13(3), 3-20. Retrieved October 16, 2021 from .

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