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Library Aide Training Institute for American Indians. Narrative Evaluation Report on the Institute for Training in Librarianship. August 23, 1974 to August 23, 1975.
Smith, Lotsee – 1975
An institute was designed to train 14 American Indians in basic library and audiovisual skills so that they could function as paraprofessional librarians in the pueblos and reservations of western New Mexico. The institute, funded under the 1965 Higher Education Act Title II-B, was based at the University of New Mexico, although most of the…
Descriptors: American Indian Reservations, American Indians, Audiovisual Aids, Childrens Literature
Proceedings of the HEA Title II-B Institute on Continuing Education Program Planning for Library Staffs in the Southwest, March 17-28, 1975.
Foos, Donald D., Comp. – 1975
The proceedings of the Institute on Continuing Education Program Planning for Library Staffs in the Southwest contain historical and state-of-the-art information, needs assessments, program planning information, program descriptions and the Continuing Education for Library Staff program. The continuing education needs of medical, school, special,…
Descriptors: College Libraries, Conference Reports, Disadvantaged, Educational Media