ERIC Number: ED348049
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991
Reference Count: N/A
ELISS Conference (Melbourne, Australia, June 27-29, 1991). Conference Papers.
Education for Librarianship: Australia, v8 n2 Win 1991
These papers address three themes in the education of library and information professionals: organizational change, industrial change, and professional development. The 12 papers are: (1) Opening Address; "Educating for Change: Grasping the Vision" (Jennifer Evans); (2) Keynote Address: "Organizational Change and Its Management" (Alison Crook); (3) "Human Aspects of Organizational Processing: Implications for Educating Information Professionals" (Kerry Grosser); (4) "Amalgamations and the Implications for Library Education" (Sue McKnight); (5) Keynote Address: "Major Industrial Issues" (Tom McKeown); (6) "Multiskilling: Implications for Library and Information Science Education" (Fay Nicholson); (7) "Performance Based Pay Systems" (Norm Amos); (8) Keynote Address: "Relevance for Reality: Whose Responsibility?" (Margaret Trask); (9) "Job Satisfaction and Professional Development: Congruent and Achievable Goals?" (Eric Wainwright); (10) "Career Planning, Part 1: An Educator's Perspective" (Angela Bridgland); (11) "Career Planning, Part 2: An Employer's Perspective" (Meg Paul); (12) "Attitudes of the Library Profession to Training and Development Issues..." (Carol Kenchington). (KRN)
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Career Planning, Change Strategies, Education Work Relationship, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Industrial Structure, Information Science Education, Information Scientists, Information Technology, Job Performance, Job Satisfaction, Library Education, Organizational Change, Professional Continuing Education, Professional Development, Salaries, Technological Advancement
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Australian Library and Information Association. Education for Library and Information Services Section.
Note: ELISS = Education for Library and Information Services Section (of the Australian Library and Information Association).