This book, first published in 1981, is a crucial overview of the current and future issues in the training of science and engineering librarians as well as instruction for users of these libraries.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: Training of Sci-Tech Librarians and Library Users James M. Matarazzo 2. The Indiana University Chemical Information Specialist Program: Training the Library User and the Librarian Gary Wiggins 3. Courses for Special Librarianship Offered in ALA Accredited Programs and Implications for the Education of Science/Technology Librarians Constance M. Mellott 4. Online User Training: A ‘Team’ Approach Katherine M. Markee 5. Training of Users of Online Services: A Survey of the Literature Glenn R. Lowry 6. Trends in Industrial Information Resource Centres Ralph J. Coffman and M. Hope Coffman 7. English Language Trends in German Basic Science Journals: A Potential Collection Tool Tony Stankus, Rashelle Schlessinger and Bernard S. Schlessinger