Spreading library ed

May 1989
American Libraries;May89, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p394
Trade Publication
Discusses the distance library education programs that Emporia (Kans.) State University will be offering for Colorado and Wyoming residents through American Library Association-accredited library schools. Cooperative effort between the University of Arizona, the University of Wyoming, and the Wyoming State Library; Details of how the plan works, including where residents can go to earn credit; Amount of students enrolled in a test of the program over the summer; Other places that Emporia State University already offers the program, including Minnesota.


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