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Carol W. Cubberley
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Tenure and Promotion for Academic Librarians

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For both new librarians and experienced veterans of the profession, the tenure and promotion process is often a mystery. There are so many uncertainties about building a dossier that accurately reflects ones contributions to the field and that the members of a promotion committee can send forward with pride. This work is a systematic guide to successfully navigating the te...more
Hardcover, 135 pages
Published August 1st 1996 by McFarland & Company
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This is a good read for new librarians. Probably best if read before searching the job market as there are helpful hints. It also contains a lot of information and tips on the Promotion and Tenure process. It is well written and easy to follow.
Debra S
A nice overview of the tenure and promotion process for academic librarians. Maybe dated in the details but still relevant on a higher level.
Good book - a little outdated.
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