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Information consulting; guide to good practice.


Information consulting; guide to good practice.

Wormell, Irene et al.

Chandos Publishing


195 pages



Chandos; information professional series


Writing for library and information science professionals, European information consultants Wormell, Mikulus, and Olesen offer guidance in building and enhancing the client-consultant relationship. They define information consulting and its roles and describe its advantages, challenges, and practicalities, such as business plans, legal issues, and marketing. They also present advice from other consultants and detail the steps in moving from librarianship to information consulting, followed by a discussion of the client's perspective and seven case studies of real situations. Technical aspects and searching are not addressed. Distributed in the US by Neal-Schuman Publishers.

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Date:Feb 1, 2012
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