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A Cultural Comparison


I feel fortunate to have worked as an academic librarian in two similar, yet different countries. First I worked as a general librarian for the Department of Services at the University of Canberra, then as a contracted Science & Engineering Research Librarian at Macquarie University. I have a Master of Arts in Information and Knowledge Management from the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), which is equivalent to an ALA-accredited degree in Library and Information Science. Last December, I graduated with a Master of Arts in Library and Information Science from University of South Florida (USF). In my story, I have integrated the similarities and differences between Australian and American university libraries and universities.



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