Reference Education and the New Technology
Reference Librarian Volume 25,
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)
Jackson, S.M. (1989). Reference Education and the New Technology. Reference Librarian, 25, 541.
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