Initiating an Effective Personnel Development Program

@inproceedings{Baldwin1997InitiatingAE,
  title={Initiating an Effective Personnel Development Program},
  author={Virginia Ann Baldwin and William J. Gibbs and Marlene M. Slough},
  year={1997}
}
This study identified the educational interests of library personnel and investigated whether level of interest was a valid indicator of program participation. In the fall semester of 1993, Eastern Illinois University’s Booth Library surveyed all administrators, faculty, and staff. The objectives of the survey were to identify: (1) indicators of educational interests of library personnel at a medium-sized university; (2) departmental differences in educational interests; and (3) the… CONTINUE READING

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