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Reference Education and the New Technology
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Reference Librarian Volume 25,

Abstract

Presents the results of a survey of library schools regarding: (1) the content of basic reference courses; (2) the extent to which electronic retrieval has been integrated into general reference courses; and (3) faculty opinions on the potential impact of electronic retrieval on the role and responsibilities of the reference librarian. (20 references) (MES)

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Jackson, S.M. (1989). Reference Education and the New Technology. Reference Librarian, 25, 541. Retrieved January 28, 2020 from .

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