For over 100 years colleges of higher and further education have played important roles in the education of library and information professionals. However, the last decade has seen some significant changes in both the structure of teaching departments and the types of courses they deliver. This paper, delivered by Martin De Saulles at the 39th Annual BIALL Conference held in Dublin in June 2008, outlines some of the pressures currently facing the library and information profession and describes how teaching departments have responded in terms of course developments.
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||Legal Information Management|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2008|
Bibliographical note© 2008 Cambridge University Press
- library schools
- information work