Cross-Generational Valuing Among Peer Academic Librarians
Munde, Gail; Coonin, Bryna
This study investigated the skills, knowledge, abilities or dispositions that are most valued and respected by academic librarians, and determined how these qualities might, or might not, be associated with generational membership. Other variables included institutional classification, career length, years since first professional degree, and broad library job function. The article explains survey design, proportional random sampling method, statistical analyses and tests, and resulting findings that may have implications for recruitment, mentoring, succession planning, and for assisting in the transmission of knowledge among academic librarians, especially from career mature librarians to their younger colleagues.
Munde, Gail, & Coonin, Bryna. (January 2015). Cross-Generational Valuing Among Peer Academic Librarians. College & Research Libraries, (76:5), p.. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10342/8109
Munde, Gail, and Coonin, Bryna. "Cross-Generational Valuing Among Peer Academic Librarians". College & Research Libraries. 76:5. (.), January 2015. March 03, 2021. http://hdl.handle.net/10342/8109.
Munde, Gail and Coonin, Bryna, "Cross-Generational Valuing Among Peer Academic Librarians," College & Research Libraries 76, no. 5 (January 2015), http://hdl.handle.net/10342/8109 (accessed March 03, 2021).
Munde, Gail, Coonin, Bryna. Cross-Generational Valuing Among Peer Academic Librarians. College & Research Libraries. January 2015; 76(5) . http://hdl.handle.net/10342/8109. Accessed March 03, 2021.