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Review of Staff Development on a Shoestring
Public Services Quarterly (2012)
  • Kirstin Duffin, Eastern Illinois University
Budgets are tight, yet it remains important for library staff members to keep current with evolving technologies and improve their skills in providing services to library users. Staff development programs can spark creativity, increase motivation, and augment productivity. In these lean times, Marcia Trotta provides guidance on how to maintain library staff development opportunities. Trotta is a consultant and adult program coordinator of the Connecticut Humanities Council. She is a retired public library director and has written a number of books on library management-related issues.
  • libraries,
  • library staffing,
  • library budgets
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Kirstin Duffin. "Review of Staff Development on a Shoestring" Public Services Quarterly Vol. 8 Iss. 1 (2012)
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