ERIC Number: ED081438
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Mar-2
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Perspectives and Plans for Graduate Studies. 1. Library Science 1972.
Council of Ontario Universities, Toronto.; Ontario Council on Graduate Studies, Toronto. Advisory Committee on Academic Planning.
The Advisory Committee on Academic Planning was established by the Ontario Council on Graduate Studies in January 1971. Its terms of reference are directed toward the effective planning and rationalization of long-term graduate development in Ontario's universities both at the level of individual disciplines and at a more general level. The Committee's activities are based on the premise that graduate work requires specialization among universities, cooperative arrangements and comprehensive planning. Consultants are asked to make recommendations on programs to be offered in Ontario, desirable annual enrolments, the ranges of enrolment distribution among universities, the division of responsibility for programs among universities, and the desirable extent of collaboration with related disciplines. The formal planning assessment for library science, as reported upon in this document, was one of the first studies carried out by the Committee. Recommendations of the consultants are reported upon under the following headings: MLS Programmes, Relationship with the Field, School Librarianship, the Ottawa Situation, Francophone Education, the Ph.D. Programmes, and Research Support. (Author/SJ)
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Authoring Institution: Council of Ontario Universities, Toronto.; Ontario Council on Graduate Studies, Toronto. Advisory Committee on Academic Planning.
Identifiers - Location: Canada