Disconnect Between Literature And Libraries: The Availability Of Mentoring Programs For Academic Librarians
Collins Memorial Library
Our goal in this study was to determine the likelihood that a recent graduate entering his or her first professional position or a transitioning librarian would have access to formal mentoring programs. The study suggests that, while formal mentoring is valuable, more emphasis needs to be focused on creating formal mentoring programs to make them more widely available. ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Robbeloth, Hilary L., Alice Eng, and Stephanie Weiss. 2013. "Disconnect Between Literature and Libraries: The Availability of Mentoring Programs for Academic Librarians." Endnotes 4(1): 1-19.
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