Reference librarians as a group of professional staff are facing an uncertain future. The position of subject librarian in the 1960's & 1970's was designed to actively exploit and promote the library, its services and collections. This traditional knowledge-based role as the gatekeeper to library resources is under threat from many directions.
|Title of host publication||Reference and Information Service Section Conference and Exhibition|
|Subtitle of host publication||1999 & beyond : partnerships and paradigms|
|Place of Publication||Paddington, N.S.W.|
|Publisher||ACMS - Conventions & Exhibitions|
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 1999|
|Event||Reference and Information Service Section Conference and Exhibition - Sydney|
Duration: 6 Sep 1999 → 8 Sep 1999
|Conference||Reference and Information Service Section Conference and Exhibition|
|Period||6/09/99 → 8/09/99|
- reference librarians
McCullagh, L. (1999). Reference librarians: survival strategies in a digital age. In Reference and Information Service Section Conference and Exhibition: 1999 & beyond : partnerships and paradigms Paddington, N.S.W.: ACMS - Conventions & Exhibitions.