Information Nation: Education and Careers in the Emerging Information Professions by Jeffrey M. Stanton, Indira R. Guzman, and Kathryn R. Stam

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Abstract

Wanted : information professionals -- Information wants to be disorganized -- Doctor, lawyer, scientist, chief : every profession depends on information -- Horseshoes to biofuels : why technology development gets easier all the time -- Where's my job? How outsourcing and offshoring change industries -- The student perspective on the information field -- Barriers and challenges : the student perspective -- The workplace perspective on the information field -- Barriers and challenges : the workplace perspective -- Stereotypes, culture, and the information professions -- Cyberinfrastructure : a long word for the future of information technology -- The original information professionals -- To iSchool or not to iSchool -- Where have all the students gone? Diversity and recruitment challenges in the information professions -- What's next. CN - Electronic book

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Aho, M. (2012). Information Nation: Education and Careers in the Emerging Information Professions by Jeffrey M. Stanton, Indira R. Guzman, and Kathryn R. Stam. Public Services Quarterly, 8(2), 157–158. https://doi.org/10.1080/15228959.2012.675281

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