Making the Career Switch to the Library Profession

Absolutely Changing. A career switch is that most common of workday thoughts. You’re fed up. You’re not going to take it any longer. So what’s next?

If you are considering a switch into the library or information management field, then you are likely to have one or more of the following characteristics:

  • Already working in information management
  • Already have a college degree
  • Have previously worked in a library
  • Working in an Education profession
  • Have a large collection of books
  • Are included ...
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Journal of Education for Library and Information Science

Semantic and Epistemological Elements of the Teaching of Research in LIS by John M. Budd

One of the challenges facing teachers of research or research methods in library and information science programs is creating in students an understanding of the vocabulary of both library and information science and research. There may be a linguistic gap between the language used by the teacher and that used by the student. The linguistic gap may lead to a gap ...

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