Principles and practice of library and information education
thesisposted on 2017-11-02, 16:59 authored by Peter Havard-Williams
The basis of this submission was laid in the preparation for the Intergovernmental Conference on the Planning of National Documentation, Library and Archive Infrastructures held in Paris in 1974, and for which the candidate was one of the consultants. The series of papers for this Conference included 'Manpower planning, professional structures and education and training', (p. 13) which, with a paper by Dr. Franz on education and training for archives, was published under the general title ‘Planning information manpower’. [Continues.]
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NotesSubmission for the degree of Ph.D. by publication [at Loughborough University]. This version of the Thesis has been redacted for reasons relating to the law of copyright. For more information please contact Loughborough University Library.