A keynote paper ranging widely over the future of the profession. It considers four key areas: the organization of knowledge; the transformation of publishing and quality assurance of information; user support; user instruction and takes the view that these areas can be developed from a base of existing skills to provide a bright future for the profession, even in the face of dynamic external threats.
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|
|Event||LIANZA Conference 2002: Winds of Change, Libraries in the 21st century - Wellington, New Zealand|
Duration: 17 Nov 2002 → 20 Nov 2002
|Conference||LIANZA Conference 2002: Winds of Change, Libraries in the 21st century|
|City||Wellington, New Zealand|
|Period||17/11/02 → 20/11/02|
- organisation of knowledge
- user instruction
- content creation
Law, D. (2002). Electrical storms: electronic information management issues and their impact on libraries. Paper presented at LIANZA Conference 2002: Winds of Change, Libraries in the 21st century, Wellington, New Zealand, .