Career Paths And Career Development Of Business Librarians

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  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 2009-04-15
  • Publisher: Routledge

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This book gives prospective and new librarians a glimpse into the work life of business librarians. For more experienced business librarians, it offers advice on career advancement.

Table of Contents

Forewordp. vii
Demand and Supply of Business Information Professionals: A Study of the Market from 2001-2005p. 1
Growing Our Own: Mentoring Undergraduate Studentsp. 13
The Orientation and Training of New Librarians for Business Informationp. 28
Early Career Librarianship in the Business Libraryp. 38
Development of Midcareer Librariansp. 51
Growing Your Own Leaders: Succession Planning in Librariesp. 59
Reframing Leadership: The ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute for Academic Librariansp. 71
The UCLA Senior Fellows Programp. 81
Transition from Staff to Faculty in an Academic Libraryp. 97
Transitions to Academic Libraries for Business Librarians and Librarians' Response to Adjunct Teachingp. 104
Taking Business (Librarianship) Publicp. 119
Transitioning to Corporate Librarianshipp. 128
Successful Mentoring Programs: Examples from Within and Without the Academyp. 142
The Mentoring Role of Professional Associationsp. 155
Keeping Up With Business Referencep. 168
Networking Strategies for Business and Economics Librariansp. 176
Burnout Strategies for Librariansp. 183
The Career Choices of Business Librarians: A Survey and Discussionp. 195
The MBA and Academic Business Librarians: More than Graduate Education for Subject Specialistsp. 209
The Value of International Experiencep. 222
Indexp. 234
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