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Information and Library Technologies

Are you looking for a profession that will give you flexibility in job choice and a wide range of career paths? Then Information & Library Technologies (ILT) might be the field for you!

Using the latest technologies, information technicians retrieve and organize information for clients ranging from corporate records centres, database providers and archives to public, academic and corporate libraries. Many jobs involve working directly with the public, while others, such as database maintenance and document conservation, focus on the technical aspects. Organizing web data, implementing the Access to Information Act in companies, helping elementary school students research a project, entering film information in a national database - these are all jobs done by information technicians.

John Abbott College (JAC) offers Quebec's only English-language CEGEP training in Information & Library Technologies. The three-year program emphasizes basic information management procedures, research and analytical techniques, plus computer and communication skills. A two-year intensive program is now available for students who already have a DEC. In ILT students learn how to use the latest information resources, from cd-roms to the Internet, and receive on-the-job experience through fieldwork placements in local companies.

JAC's Information & Library Technologies program appeals to both high school students and adult learners returning to the work force or changing careers. Mature students find that their previous education and experience provide an advantage in the labor market.

Information and Library Technologies (ILT) - John Abbott College

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