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Careers in Technology - Books
Career Opportunities in the Internet, Video Games, and Multimedia by
Call Number: TK5105.875.I57 T376 2007b
Publication Date: 2007-10-01
Details more than 90 jobs in these thriving industries and features extensive appendixes of resources and other useful information. Career profiles include: *Animator *Content editor *Lead programmer *Online sales manager *Sound designer *Video game developer *Web security manager *Webpage designer *and more.
Game Development Essentials by
Call Number: QA76.76.C672 M62 2010
Publication Date: 2009-10-01
An up-to-date and highly practical insider's guide to the game industry that maps to the growing number of courses in Game Development programs that introduce students to the workings of the industry and to job search/career growth strategies. The book offers a clear and thorough analysis of the game industry, knowledgeably exploring its culture, career paths, and typical company structure.
Information Nation by
Call Number: Z668 .S73 2010
Publication Date: 2010-07-06
Provides insight into the future of the information society and an understanding of the educational paths and career options available to the information professional of tomorrow.
The New Information Professional by
Call Number: Z682.35.V62 L39 2010
Publication Date: 2010-04-01
Provides in-depth coverage of career opportunities in eight core information fields, including: Archives and Preservation Management, Human Computer Interaction, Information Analysis and Retrieval, Information Management, Information Policy, Library and Information Services, Records Management, & Social Computing.
Career Development in Bioengineering and Biotechnology by
Call Number: TA164 .C37 2008
Publication Date: 2008-09-30
This guide provides a roadmap to the broad and varied career development opportunities in bioengineering, biotechnology, and related fields. Eminent practitioners lay out career paths related to academia, industry, government and regulatory affairs, healthcare, law, marketing, entrepreneurship, and more. Lifetimes of experience and wisdom are shared, including "war stories," strategies for success, and discussions of the authors' personal views and motivations.
Careers in Technology - eBooks
Careers in Health Information Technology (HIT) by
Publication Date: 2014-08-01
This practical, one-stop career guide describes the depth and breadth of job opportunities and careers currently available in health information technology (HIT). It includes a description of educational requirements for success in the HIT field and major themes of the HIT workforce such as informatics, provider-based jobs, vendor, government, and payer-based employment.
Information Technology: Field Guides to Finding a New Career by
Publication Date: 2009-07-01
Offers interviews with professionals working in the field, helpful self-assessment questions, and more. Careers profiled include: Computer programmer, Computer repair technician, Computer software engineer, Computer systems analyst, Cyber security specialist, Database administrator, Forensic computing specialist, Network administrator Systems engineer.
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