doi: 10.6017/ital.v30i3.1770

Librarians and Technology Skill Acquisition: Issues and Perspectives

Debra A. Riley-Huff, Julia M. Rholes

Abstract


Libraries are increasingly searching for and employing librarians with significant technology skill sets. This article reports on a study conducted to determine how well prepared librarians are for their positions in academic libraries, how they acquired their skillss and how difficult they are to hire and retain. The examination entails a close look at ALA-accredited LIS program technology course offerings and dovetails a dual survey designed to capture experiences and perspectives from practitioners, both library administrators and librarianss who have significant technology roles.

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