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He had more than thirty years of combined teaching and library experience. He coauthored The Guide to Internet Job Searching with Margaret Riley and Frances Roehm, and he developed two books through the Job and Career Information Services Committee of the Public Library Association called The Basic Guide to Resume Writing and The Basic Guide to Cover Letter Writing. The day was structured so that Steve worked on the reference desk for two hours, and then he was off for two hours. While at the desk, he helped people with general reference questions on a variety of topics and assisted patrons with the Internet and CDROMs.
They help teachers develop curricula, acquire materials for classroom instruction, and sometimes team teach. Librarians also work in information centers or libraries maintained by government agencies, corporations, law firms, advertising agencies, museums, professional associations, unions, medical centers, hospitals, religious organizations, and research laboratories. They acquire and arrange an organization’s information resources, which usually are limited to subjects of special interest to the organization.
Shepherd, Elizabeth. Management Skills for Archivists and Records Managers. London: Facet Publishing, 2008. Taylor, Arlene G. Introduction to Cataloging and Classification, 10th ed. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2006. A Final Thought This chapter has introduced you to librarians and archivists, scholars whose love of organizing information resources and helping others to use them led them to challenging careers. These professions are well-suited to scholarly types who have the right combination of research skills and personal attributes to pursue the necessary training.