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Library and information careers in the 80's.

Library and Information Careers in the 80's, a 16-panel brochure, answers some questions you may have concerning careers in library science. In addressing what a librarian does, it demonstrates that the function of librarian is much more than that of administration. In today's information-oriented society, the field of library and information service is at the forefront of advanced computer technology, responding not only to the needs of the public and the academic community, but also to the specialized worlds of law, medicine, business, mathematics, and engineering. Included in the flyer are suggestions on whom to contact for further information and a bibliography of career information. For information on purchasing multiple copies, write to the address below. If requesting a single copy, enclose 50^ for postage and handling. Available from the American Library Association, Office for Library Personnel Resources, 50 East Huron Street, Chicago, Illinois 60611.
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Publication:Occupational Outlook Quarterly
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Sep 22, 1984
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