Guidelines for choosing a master’s program in library and information studies

Librarians select, develop, organize, store and use the library collections.
To provide advisory services and reference customers. They work in a library, in one of  services of a library or an organization with information needs.

Example Titles

  • Bibliographer
  • Librarian
  • Librarian Consultant
  • Cataloguer
  • Circadian
  • Supervisor, library

Classified Elsewhere

  • School librarian (see 4141 Teachers in secondary and 4142 Teachers in primary and preschool)
  • Medical records clerk (see 1413 File Clerks and Records Management)
  • Director, library (see 0511 Managers library, ...
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Internet Resources for Library and Information Studies

This guide is designed to point you in the direction of electronic resources available in your discipline. The Internet extends the reach of your Library to include a multitude of resources from all over the world, and it is hoped that this guide will provide you with a starting point from which you will be able to pursue your own interests.

For information on how to access electronic resources see the Guides to Internet Applications which are also available ...

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