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The program will give students the opportunity to gain the skills in teaching or research appropriate for careers at major research universities, teaching institutions, and library systems. As libraries expand, the task of managing a library becomes more complex so it’s imperative that librarians keep track with the latest developments in information science to stay ahead. Independent Publisher is known for reviewing work s not reviewed elsewhere. A professional magazine for librarian s published since 1907 by the American Library Association, AL provides news and announcements, analysis of trends, feature article s, job posting s, and advertising by library-related businesses in 11 issue s per year.
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Librarians in the Information Age: Alternative Uses of MLS Degrees From LIScareer.com, this article notes that "The definition of traditional librarian jobs should be changing, since technology has changed the way knowledge is stored and disseminated. In 1973 upon the retirement of Florida Atlantic University’s founding president, Dr. Henderson University School, a public laboratory school that was established in 1968.