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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

hi hi hi

oh suda lame x layan blog..haha....why?....bosan + bz......
well dh bulan april suda~

semenjak dh abis blaja @ uitm trcinte ni....slalu la tringat cite2 lame...haha..
blaje pe ek kt uitm tue?....haha
me = Bachelor of Science in Information Management (Honors) Library and Information Management (IS220)

apekah itu?...well,sye adlh future librarian.....hihi

...here some explanation ok dude~

what is LIBRARIAN~

Librarians select materials, organize those materials and help people use them effectively. Many work with the public, while others work behind the scenes in technical support and acquisitions or in administration. Although librarians traditionally worked with printed resources, they have kept up with ever-evolving technology and now work with electronic resources that include the Internet, computerized databases and ebooks. Librarians are also referred to as information professionals.

education requirements for LIBRARIANS

A Master's Degree in Library Science (MLS), generally from a program accredited by the American Library Association, is required for most librarian jobs in public, academic, or special libraries. Librarians employed by the Federal government must have an MLS. It usually takes one to two years to complete an MLS program. All MLS programs include computer-related coursework. A Ph.d. can help one get a teaching position at a college or university or a top administration position in a college or university library. Some librarians have an additional degree in the area in which they specialize.

other requirements for LIBRARIANS

Most states require that librarians working in local libraries are certified. Certification for school librarians (also called school media specialists) vary by state. Some states require that school media specialists are certified teachers, while others require they have an MLS. Some require a master's degree in education with a specialization in library science. Many librarians take continuing education classes to keep up with changing technology.

advancement of LIBRARIANS

With experience, librarians can advance to administrative positions, such as department head, library director or chief information officer.

a day in a LIBRARIAN'S life

On a typical day a librarian might perform some of the following duties:

. . : : . . analyze users' needs and provide the information they need

. . : : . . show users how to efficiently search for information on the Internet and in other online resources

. . : : . . select and purchase materials and prepare those materials by classifying them according to subject matter

. . : : . . supervise assistants who prepare cards, computer records, or other access tools that direct users to resources

. . : : . . collect and organize books, pamphlets, manuscripts, and other materials in a specific field, such as rare books, genealogy, or music

. . : : . . conduct classes

. . : : . . publicize services

. . : : . . write grants

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ok,skrg smua dh tau....so,sile tkr mind set kamu y brpendapat nk jd librarian senang & xperlu blaja smpai masuk uni!!..huhu...

we, the librarian org y handle all xtvt dlm lib...

duk dlm pejabat,wat planning&lain2

staff y ade kt kaunter,y susun buku bkn librarian,mereka d panggil staff library..hihi

so...show some respect...^_*