Educating library and information science professionals for a new century the KALIPER report, executive summary. by KALIPER (Project)

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Published by KALIPER Advisory Committee, Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) in Reston Va .

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  • Library education -- United States.,
  • Information scientists -- Study and teaching -- United States.

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Other titlesKALIPER report
ContributionsAssociation for Library and Information Science Education. Kaliper Advisory Committee.
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