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ERIC Number: ED101738
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974-Nov
Pages: 4
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Reference Count: 0
On Information Science Education: A Rebellious View.
Meadow, Charles T.
The first of information science is in something of a jumble, because there is no universally accepted definition of the field, much less an agreement on what the core information is or what curriculum should be followed. Information science teachers must decide what kind of graduate they are trying to turn out in order to be competitive with business and computer science graduates. The job market for information science graduates is potentially larger than the current one composed of libraries and information marketing companies. In order to be competitive in this larger job market, information science curriculum should be strengthened so that library science graduates know information technology and how to use it on an equal basis with computer and business graduates. An attempt should be made to attract more business and science students into the field of information science. (KKC)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
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Authoring Institution: Drexel Univ., Philadelphia, PA. Graduate School of Library Science.
Note: Paper presented at the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting (Atlanta, Georgia, October 15, 1974)