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Continuing Professional Development: A guide for information professionals

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This useful resource helps information professionals with their continuing professional development (CPD). It focuses on evaluating skills, planning skills acquisition, developing a successful portfolio for recording skills, creating or finding programs for skill development, and plotting a path for a successful career. This book reinforces the importance of continuing pro ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Chandos Publishing
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Angel
Nov 13, 2008 Angel rated it it was ok
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This book is a pretty quick read. Actually, you can probably scan it and get the gist of it. The most valuable chapter is Chapter 3, which deals with developing your professional portfolio; it tells you what to include and why as well as provides some good tables and checklists. In fact, I went ahead and photocopied that chapter for later reference. For readers, each chapter has a helpful summary of what was covered. In fact, if you are in a rush, you can probably get away with reading those sum ...more
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