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Library School Curricula in the US Should Address Liaison Responsibilities for Students Interested in Academic Librarianship
Evidence Based Library and Information Practice
  • Nazi Torabi, The University of Western Ontario
Document Type
Review
Publication Date
1-1-2010
Notes

A Review of: Attebury, R. I., & Finnell, J. (2009). What do LIS students in the United States know about liaison duties? New Library World, 110(7), 325-340.

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Citation Information
Nazi Torabi. "Library School Curricula in the US Should Address Liaison Responsibilities for Students Interested in Academic Librarianship" Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (2010) p. 100 - 102
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ntorabi/2/