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- The Demise of the Library School: Personal Reflections on Professional Education in the Modern Corporate University
The Demise of the Library School: Personal Reflections on Professional Education in the Modern Corporate University
Author: Richard J. Cox
Publisher: Library Juice Press
Physical Description: 6X9; 348p.
In The Demise of the Library School, Richard J. Cox places the present and future of professional education for librarianship in the debate on the modern corporate university. The book is a series of meditations on critical themes relating to the education of librarians, archivists, and other information professionals, playing off of other commentators analyzing the nature of higher education and its problems and promises.
Richard J. Cox is Professor, Archival Studies, University of Pittsburgh School of Information Sciences. He has worked as both an archivist and records manager in a private historical society and in state and local government. Dr. Cox is the author of fifteen books on archives and library and information science topics. He is the only three-time winner of the Waldo G. Leland Award given by the Society of American Archivists for the best book on archives in a given year. He is also a Fellow of the Society.