Daily Archives: June 22, 2012

What constitutes the ‘nature’ of professional academic librarianship?” Here is one perspective…

In recent years there has been a lot of discussion about what defines a profession from para-professionals or in the library world, library technicians, as responsibilities and jobs in our field have shifted. Often our administrators forget where the divisions … Continue reading

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Shared Governance Issues: UTFA Expresses the Community’s Concerns

F.Y.I.  Raised voices from the teaching faculty, academic librarians and students at UTM and UTSC has resulted in UTFA has contacting David Naylor about changes to the governance structures at UTM and UTSC. For a full account of how faculty … Continue reading

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