ERIC Number: ED327190
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989
Reference Count: N/A
Library and Information Education for the Information Society.
Shubert, Joseph F., Ed.; Josey, E. J., Ed.
The Bookmark, v48 n1 Fall 1989
There are 17 articles in this theme issue on library and information education: (1) "Educating Library and Information Professionals for the 21st Century" (E. J. Josey); (2) "Ready or Not Here It Comes: Library Education for 21st Century New York State" (Richard Halsey); (3) "The Challenge of Technology: An Opening Discussion" (Thomas Surprenant); (4) "Master's Students in Library and Information Science: A Selective Comparison of Some Statistical Studies" (Emmett Corry); (5) "How Do Current Library School Curricula Prepare Librarians for All Types of Specializations?" (George Bobinski); (6) "Educating Rural Librarians: Is the Sky Falling?" (Bernard Vavrek); (7) "Ethics and Intellectual Freedom in the Education of Library and Information Science Professionals" (Virgil Blake); (8)"Archival Education in the New York Library Environment" (Richard Cox); (9) "Educating a New Generation of Librarians for Work with Young People" (Amy Spaulding); (10) "The International Environment of Information Education" (Marta Dosa); (11) "What Do Library Schools Teach about Professional Organizations?" (Inez Sperr-Brisfjord); (12) "Toward a Lifelong Student Body" (Elizabeth Stone); (13) "Minority Representation in Library and Information Science Programs" (E. J. Josey); (14) "Accreditation of Library Educational Programs Reexamined" (Herman Totten); (15) "From the Beginning: Two Pioneers in Library Education" (Robert Karlowich and Rhoda Garoogian); (16) "Eight Paths to Information Excellence" (Suzanne Hildenbrand); and (17) "An Additional Means of Delivering Library Education" (Joseph Shubert and Patricia Dyer). (SD)
Descriptors: Accreditation (Institutions), Archives, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Evaluation, Distance Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethics, Futures (of Society), Higher Education, Information Technology, International Education, Library Associations, Library Education, Library Services, Professional Continuing Education, Rural Areas, School Libraries
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: New York State Library, Albany.
Identifiers: New York