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An IFLA Guidebook ; A Publication of the Continuing Professional Education Round Table (CPERT) of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions

v Continuing Professional Education W HEN interviewed in 1989 on the goals or purposes of the UKOU, Lord Walter Perry, first Vice-Chancellor, had this to say:z One main purpose was to offer those who had not earned a basic degree, for whatever reason, a chance to do so . .. . A second goal, one that I always believed was of the utmost importance, was to offer to many the chance of updating their education with refresher courses that could be taken without having to drop out of the work force and without having to build extensive new brick and mortar

52 MARKETING CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION Dartene E. Weingand Assodate Professor and Director Continuing Education Services Universityof Wisconsin-Madison, School of Library and Information Science, Heien C. White Hall, Room 4623, 600 North Park Street, Madison WI 53706, USA ABSTRACT This paper expands seven major points in the definition of 'marketing.' These points highlight the managerial quality and usefulness of the marketing process in relation to CPE. Introduction Marketing is a process o f exchange. It is a relationship that provides

. Pharm. Edu., 65, Spring 2001. 13. Rules for the implementation of the continuing professional education of pharmacists. Available at: http://www.bphu.eu. 14. Sinclair, H. K. et al. Training pharmacists and pharmacy assistants in the stage-of-change model of smoking cessation: A randomised controlled trial in Scotland. - Tobacco control, 7, 1998, № 3, 253-261. 15. Srumova , Continuous education of pharmacists in Czech Republic. - Farm. Obzor, 74, 2005, № 11, 288-295.

Past, Present, and a Vision for the Future ; Papers from the IFLA CPERT Second World Conference on Continuing Professional Education for the Library and Information Science Professions. A Publication of the Continuing Professional Education Round...
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The Fifth World Conference on Continuing Professional Education for the Library and Information Science Professions

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION: TOWARDS EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE Ken Haycock Professor and Director Graduate School of Library, Archival and Information Studies University of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada. Abstract: This paper reports the outcomes of two Congresses on Professional Education and suggests propositions for evidence-based practice that both sharpen the focus their recommendation and extend their reach. Issues surrounding continuing professional education (CPE) continue to attract considerable attention from the profession and its

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION AS AN ETHICAL ISSUE Prof. Jitka Hurych Science, Engineering and Business Department Northern Illinois University Libraries USA You should keep on learning as long as there is something you do not know. (Seneca) Learning is not compulsory ...neither Is survival (W. Edwards Deming) Abstract: Professional knowledge, building on a theoretical basis, core competencies and professional values have been recognised as hallmarks of professions. Articulation of principles and practices should ensure that members of the profession

THE INTERNET AND CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION Laurel A. Clyde Faculty of Social Science University of Iceland Abstract: The paper describes the application of the Internet to continuing professional development, discussing models, tools and services, current practice, and issues, problems and challenges. There is a comprehensive list of sources appended. 1. INTRODUCTION Within the formal tertiary education institutions, "the term distance education represents a variety of educational models that have in common the physical separation of the faculty