Abstract: Programs to prepare librarians and information professionals of all types often begin with on-the-pb training of volunteers, students, and paraprofessionals who go to work in a library while they are in school or as part-time of full-time employment when such non-professional jobs are available. On-site training is not unusual. In early days of libraries, librarians were often trained through an apprentice-type program. The newest methods for training librarians include an expansion of a tried and true 'distan… Show more

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