Reorganizing Canadian Libraries: A Giant Step Back from the Front

  title={Reorganizing Canadian Libraries: A Giant Step Back from the Front},
  author={Roma M. Harris and Victoria Marshall},
  journal={Library Trends},
THENAGGING QcxmoivOF WIO DOES wHxr in libraries has been exacerbated in recent years by significant restructuring initiatives, driven by ongoing budgetary pressures and constant technological change. In the study reported here, senior administrators as well as middle managers and frontline librarians in public and academic library settings were asked to describe the nature of organizational change in their workplaces and how new technologies affect or fit into the pattern of restructuring… CONTINUE READING


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