ERIC Number: ED262827
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1985-Apr-26
Reference Count: N/A
Competencies for Librarians. Proceedings from the 1985 Spring Meeting of the Nebraska Library Association: College and University Section (Omaha, Nebraska, April 26, 1985).
Krzywkowski, Valerie I., Ed.
Based on the conference theme, "Competencies for Librarians," papers presented at the 1985 meeting of the association include: (1) "Planning a Library-Based Public Access Microcomputer Facility" (Suzanne Kehm); (2) "Processing and Circulating Microcomputer Software in the Academic Library: A Sharing Session" (Jan Brumm and Carole Schmidt); (3) "Periodical Current Awareness Services for Faculty: A Comparison of In-House and Commercially-Produced Services" (Carol A. Singer); (4) "How to Sell Your Library: A Salesperson's Approach to Promoting Library Services" (Janet C. Lu); (5) "Bibliotherapy; What the Academic Librarian Might Need to Know" (Anita Norman); (6) "An Introduction to Computer Concepts: Basic Competencies for Librarians Who Use Desktop Computers" (Melvin M. Bohn); (7)"Competencies for Librarians in an Automated Environment: The Union College Experience" (Sue Job and Larry Onsager); (8) "The Reference/Interloan Center at Kearney: Making the Academic-Public-School Connection in Central Nebraska" (Valerie I. Krzywkowski); (9) "Towards a Definitive Listing of World War I Posters" (Gerald A. Rudolph); (10) "Records Management and the Relational Database" (Louis Laudermilk); (11) "Small Databases in the Library: The Programmer's Perspective versus the Librarian's Perspective" (Stanford Mark Olson); (12) "What Do They Want From Us: Changes in Job Ads in Recent Years" (Joseph A. Starratt, Robert P. Nash, and Thomas A. Tollman); and (13) "An Examination of Comparable Worth" (Carol Walton and Jill Ellis). (THC)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Nebraska Library Association, Lincoln.
Identifiers - Location: Nebraska