Continuing Library and Information Science Education: Final Report to the National Commission on Libraries and Information Science, Volume 61
Continuing Library and Information Science Education Project, Elizabeth W. Stone, Ruth J. Patrick, Catholic University of America. Department of Library Science, Barbara Conroy
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974 - Information science - 422 pages
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Page 2-60 - Governments and such organizations as the International City Management Association, the National Association of Counties, the National League of Cities, and the United States Conference of Mayors are assisting us in this effort.
Page 3-52 - Compatibility is the degree to which an innovation is perceived as consistent with existing values, past experiences, and needs of potential adopters.
Page xxiv - CLENE are: [1) to provide equal access to continuing education opportunities, available in sufficient quantity and quality over a substantial period of time to ensure library and information science personnel and organizations the competency to deliver quality library and information services to all...
Page 3-32 - CEU is defined as 10 contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction.
Page 4-23 - ... (2) to create an awareness and a sense of need for continuing education of library personnel on the part of employers and individuals as a means of responding to societal and technological change.
Page 29 - Report on an International Symposium on the Role of Books and Other Educational Materials in Meeting the Educational and Economic Goals of Developed and Developing Countries. New York: National Book Committee, Inc. , 1973. Kieckhefer, Janice. "Individualization: A Theory.
Page D-29 - Library education: An international survey. Papers presented at the international conference on librarianship conducted by The University of Illinois Graduate School' of Library Science June 12-16, 1967.
Page 4-16 - Council of State Governments, International City Management Association, 'National Association of Counties, National Governors' Conference, National League of Cities, and United States Conference of Mayors.