Career Planning and Job Searching in the Information Age

1st Edition

Elizabeth A. Lorenzen

CRC Press
Published September 6, 1996
Textbook - 134 Pages
ISBN 9781560248385 - CAT# HW11950

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Summary

Career Planning and Job Searching in the Information Age answers key questions for today?s providers of career-planning and job-searching information. Librarians and career development professionals’concerns--such as cost-effective use of the Internet, the reliability and integrity of electronic resources, and successful search strategies--are addressed in this comprehensive collection.

In this follow-up to Library Services for Career Planning, Job Searching and Employment Opportunities (1992), real-life methods used by information providers to reduce costs and improve quality of service through a better understanding of today?s technology and audience needs and expectations are shown. Readers learn about:
  • issues and ethics in the electronic environment
  • job searches conducted on the World Wide Web
  • a university placement office?s gopher site for 24-hour access to job information
  • a university library and career service department?s collaboration on job search seminars
  • how a public library fit electronic job searching into its mission
  • an alumnae network?s evolution into a national career development organization

    Career Planning and Job Searching in the Information Age presents a broad base of knowledge from which readers are launched into tightly focused case studies offering details on how to deal with the issues of technology and service. This book makes it clear that in the ever-changing world of information technology, there is little room for the status quo. Professionals who don’t learn about electronic resources risk missing out on a wealth of up-to-the-minute information that is infinitely useful to patrons planning a career or searching for a job. Library professionals just beginning to address these issues, professionals already possessing a general knowledge of these issues, and students of library science and career development will all benefit from this collection.

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