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by Cathy Costa
Australian Library Journal – 1 February 2007

This paper explores whether a professional development weblog could support work-based learning in a TAFE Library. The paper includes both a literature review of material dealing with work-based learning in the VET sector, weblogs and their possible use as a professional development tool and an evaluation of a weblog project devised to support professional development in the Library at Box Hill Institute.

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By Kyle Jones
Library Journal – 1 February 2009

Bright, young innovators in welcoming environments created Flickr and Gmail, but librarianship doesn’t always embrace its new members’ ideas. Student Kyle Jones asserts that the field needs to nurture its young and allow them to innovate and flourish.

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