The Shifting Information Landscape: Re-inventing the Wheel or a Whole New Frontier for Librarians
Australian Library Journal Volume 49, Number 1, ISSN 0004-9670
Discusses information ecology and changes in information management and provision. Concentrates on trends towards evidence-based practice in health care, challenges posed and opportunities offered by information technology, resource limitations and users' and management's perceptions and expectations, roles librarians can play, and core competencies for future librarians. (Contains 24 references.) (AEF)
Cheng, G. (2000). The Shifting Information Landscape: Re-inventing the Wheel or a Whole New Frontier for Librarians. Australian Library Journal, 49(1), 17-26.
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Lee E. Allen, University of Memphis, United States; Deborah M. Taylor, University of Tennessee Health Sciences Library, United States
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