Human resources for library and information services, Julita Nawe

I.M.N. Kigongo-Bukenya


The book focuses on a broad spectrum of issues regarding of human resources and related issues in library and
information services (LIS) in the East, Central and Southern African regions. There is also a strong focus on the problems
facing the library and information workforce in these regions, as well as suggested solutions, such as the establishment of
links between information professionals with those in other professions and the users; the quality and practical aspects of
the training programmes; the need for LIS professionals to recognise, embrace and manage change; and the necessity for
consensus in solutions to unique problems in the profession.

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