Caption: UI Library School Alumni Newsletter - 36
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The Library School and the Future
sport of the American pe been I * S ^ S S ^ X T M f & * . ^ o n o f all tvpes and librarianship in all. its aspects have received t h e i ^ l ^ b o t h attention. Library schools ^ust therefore consder the plann r s ^ ^ sides-those in the educational field of which they a r a p a ^ ' U n i v e r s i t y in the library profession which they attempt to serve. of Illinois Library School is making ^ ^ £ £ 5 * * * ^ s , the experience and conclusions of J ^ " * t 0 av oid any tendency something new of its own. It is trying, howeve; , ; i n a t i o n for toward the substitution of unrestrained exercise sound thinking. * . . . _, comp leted important work The American Library Association has comp ^ on planning for various types of M * J " £ £ tQ d i s c o v e r t h e ,r circularizing all members in the ^ J ^ education ^
HAS BECOME THE FAVORITE INDOOR LANNING
future course alumni who have f rm I, , ing for specific i « ? ? ° | L ^ ~ B u t for long ten^* them when demobilization ^ f j ^ n i , whether in «n.M the ideas ana w ^ »;— c<,rvice . in war work, or in library service