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June Abbas: „The Library Profession and the Internet: Implications and Scenarios for Change“. In: Katharine Sharp Review 5 (1997)

Andrew Abbott: „Professionalism and the Future of Librarianship“. In: Library Trends 46 (1998), S. 430 – 433

Angela Abell / Nigel Oxbrow: Competing with knowledge. The information professional in the knowledge management age. Library Association 2001
– enthält u.a. Kapitel „KM skills and competencies“, „The role of IM in KM – core skills in new contexts“

Angela Abell: „Information Professionals? Knowledge Professionals? Or Support Staff?“ In: The Law Librarian 29 (98) 1, S. 11 – 14

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Stephen Abram / Maggie Weaver: „Professional Image: Ms. Wiggins Must Go“. In: Canadian library journal 47 (1990) 6, S. 401
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Stephen H. Aby: „Library faculty and collective bargaining: An exploration“. In: Advances in Library Administration and Organization 28 (2009), S. 283 – 321

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Michael Afolabi: „The application of Holland’s theory to the personality types of library science students“. In: Library Scientist 11 (1984), S. 1 – 23

Michael Afolabi: „Career Opportunities for Library and Information Science Professionals in Africa“. In: New Library World 95 (1994) 4

Michael Afolabi: „Career Opportunities for Library and Information Science Professionals in Africa“. In: Librarian Career Development 95 (1994) 4, S. 23 – 31

John Agada: „Profiling Librarians with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator: Studies in Self Selection and Type Stability“. In: Education for Information 16 (1998), S. 57 – 69

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Nerio Agostini: „Finalmente le biblioteche e i bibliotecari nel Contratto collettivo nazionale del personale degli enti locali“. In: AIB notizie 13 (2001) 10, S. 22

Nerio Agostini: „Mobbing in biblioteca?“. In: Biblioteche oggi 22 (2004) 1, S. 23 – 34

Noa Aharony: „The librarian and the information scientist: Different perceptions among Israeli information science students“. In: Library & Information Science Research 28 (2006) 2, S. 235 – 248

Melissa Aho: „Career College Libraries: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly“. In: LIScareer.com, November 2006

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Jaena Alabi: „Racial Microaggressions in Academic Libraries: Results of a Survey of Minority and Non-minority Librarians„. In: The Journal of Academic Librarianship 41 (2015) 1, S. 47–53

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Tiffany Eatman Allen: „To Whom It May Concern: A Guide for Giving Employment References“. In: LIScareer.com, November 2007

Patricia Mónica Allendez Sullivan: „El impacto de las nuevas tecnologías en la competencia laboral del bibliotecario del siglo XXI“. In: Biblios 17 (2004)

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– Various estimates from the library literature show that 50 to 80 percent of the questions answered by reference librarians in academic libraries are simply directional or informational. These questions could be answered effectively by library employees who have less formal education and training. This article discusses some of the implications this finding has for academic reference librarians. (Autor)

Julia Alvarez: „Why I Am in Love with Librarians – The noted poet pays homage to the profession“. In: Library journal 128 (2003) 1, S. 58 – 60

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– Rezension in: Library Review 53 (2004) 8, S. 416 – 417

ARLIS: „A day in the life of an art librarian…“

ARLIS: „Taking the Plunge: a career in art librarianship“

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Renata Augustyn / Micha Fija: „Between the image and the stereotype“. In: Biuletyn EBIB 10 (2006)

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Chris Avery / Kevin Ketches: „Do Instruction Skills Impress Employers?“. In: College & Research Libraries 57 (1996) 3, S. :49 – 258

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