Competencies for Electronic Information Services
Public-Access Computer Systems Review Volume 4, Number 6, ISSN 1048-6542
Defines electronic information services and the competencies required for librarians providing them. Highlights include personal characteristics; basic skills, including computer use, navigation, and word processing; general knowledge, including information storage and retrieval, copyright, and ethics; and education, including formal education, on-the-job training, self-education, apprenticeship, and continuing education. (LRW)
Corbin, J. (1993). Competencies for Electronic Information Services. Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 4(6), 5-22.