Spiridion Wukadinović. From the history of librarian education at the Jagiellonian University between 1920 and 1923
In the inter-war period librarians in Poland were trained mainly at various courses organised by
libraries and education institutions. A university-level course was offered only by the private Wolna Wszechnica Polska (Free Polish University). Between 1920 and 1923 a course in library science was organised at the Jagiellonian University by Spiridion Wukadinović (1870–1938), a professor of German and formerly librarian at university libraries in Graz and Prague. After completing the course, one of its graduates, Maria Kuszowa, went on to organise the Main Library Academy of the Mining in Kraków (1922–1932).