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ERIC Number: ED059742
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 95
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
LTA'S; Their Teachers, Their Training; Proceedings of the Council on Library Technology (COLT) Central Region Workshop held February 5 and 6, 1971.
Taylor, Richard L., Ed.
In an effort to obtain grass roots information, a panel composed of employers and library technical assistants (LTAs) presented views and ideas which were important to them and of concern when looking toward program evaluation. The group then considered the four courses which seem to be basic to most programs. Objectives, content, and teaching methods were discussed in order to gain insight and assistance in meeting the needs of both employers (or potential) employers and students. This was an exploratory workshop which revealed that: (1) there is a need for an understanding of LTAs and the programs initiated for them, (2) the curriculum needs to be reevaluated constantly, (3) curriculum content must be relevant, (4) honest counseling is essential and (5) more reflection should come about locally in light of national trends. The appendices contain bibliographies of: (1) Public Services, (2) Technical Processes, (3) Audiovisual Services and (4) Introduction to Libraries. The fifth appendix is a Job Description for Library Media Center Technical Assistant. (Author/NH)
Council on Library Technology, 3800 Peterson Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60659 ($3.50, $4.75 outside U.S.A.)
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Sponsor: Chicago City Colleges, IL. Wilber Wright Coll.
Authoring Institution: Council on Library Technology.
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