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From Library School to Information Studies: Professional Education for Oregon Librarians Then and Now

TitleFrom Library School to Information Studies: Professional Education for Oregon Librarians Then and Now
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsKing, V, Cherbas, A, Malone, LV
Journal{OLA} Quarterly
Volume15
Pagination16–20
ISSN10937374
KeywordsAndrew, Linda V., Oregon, Valery, {CHERBAS}, {INFORMATION} science – Study & teaching, {KING}, {LIBRARY} schools, {MALONE}
AbstractThe article narrates the experiences of three authors on information science education. Valery King, associate professor at Oregon State University Libraries, shares her experience in attending the University of Oregon's last library science class. Andrew Cherbas, librarian at Corvallis-Benton County Public Library, and Linda V. Malone, interim director of West Linn Public Library, discuss the significance of the delivery method and information services program to their careers.
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