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Table of Contents.
1: Conference Opening Address.
2: Continuing Professional Education to Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning: The Journey and Beyond.
3: Developing Models of Professional Competence to Enhance Employability in the Network World.
4: Different Approaches – Common Conclusions: The Skills Debate of the 21st Century.
5: Developing for the New Academic Library Function: Knowledge and Skills Requirements Among Library Personnel and Teaching Faculty.
6: The Changing Roles of Librarians and Information Professionals: Recommendations for Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning in Academic Libraries.
7: Educational Technology: Harnessing New Tools to Support Information Literacy.
8: The Bespoke Approach to Developing and Delivering Online Staff Development.
9: Becoming a Marketing Specalist in an Academic Library.
10: Preparing Academic Librarians for a Changing Role: A Case of a Canadian Information Literacy Programme.
11: Meeting the CPD Needs of the E-Librarian.
12: An Online Course for Research Library Assistants: Design, Implementation Issues, and Outcomes.
13: Effective Work Based Learning Across Professions and the Impact on the Roles of Library and Information Services: A Case Study of U.K. Probation Workers.
14: Understanding Librarians' Motivation to Participate in Professional Development Activities.
15: How Do They Know What They Don't Know? Creating a Digital Preservation Training Program.
16: Mulitfaceted CPD: Developing a Program to Meet the Diverse Needs of LIS Professionals.
17: Developments in Post-Masters Education for Public Library Administration in North America: With Particular Reference to the Public Library Administrators' Certificate Program at the Palmer School of Library and Information Science.
18: Competency Based Training: A Special Library Association (SLA) Strategic Professional Development Tool for the 21st Century.
19: Multi-Professional Working and Learning?: Teams or Territorialism in the E-Learning Age.
20: The Impact of National Board Certification for School Library Media Specialists.
21: Evaluating Effectiveness of CPD and Measuring Returns on Investments: A Case Study of UGC Refresher Courses (India).
22: Understanding the Big Picture: What Is Needed from a Professional Development Programme to Support Health Service Librarians in England?.
23: Leadership Training for All: Providing Opportunities for Degreed and Non-Degreed Librarians in a Regional Institute.
24: Where to from Here? Continuing Professional Development in New Zealand.
25: International Partnership, National Impact: The South African Library Leadership Project.
26: Recognition and Quality Assurance in LIS: New Approaches for Lifelong Learning in Europe.
27: Service Excellence: A Campaign to Build Capacity to Match Service Demands in a Large South African University Library.
28: Regional Academic Library and Information Training Consortia in the United Kingdom and Ireland: A Model for Success.