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Education for Information

1992 Volume 10, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Dimensions of Competence: Interpersonal Skills Development within the LIS Curriculum

    Philippa Levy

    Discussion of curriculum innovation in the Department of Information Studies at the University of Sheffield focuses on a course in interpersonal skills development. Topics addressed include trends ... More

    pp. 87-103

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  2. Improving Education for Information at the University of Papua New Guinea--The Search for Resources

    John Evans

    Describes attempts to improve library and information science education at the University of Papua New Guinea. Missions and goals of the department are discussed, including school librarianship,... More

    pp. 105-14

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  3. Quality Assessment of Library and Information Science School Faculties

    William Brace

    Describes a study that examined the number of citations as an index of the quality of library and information science school faculties. Earlier studies are reviewed, publication productivity versus... More

    pp. 115-23

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  4. The Use of BookshelF in Teaching Students of Information and Library Management

    Jenny E. Rowley & Shelagh Fisher

    Describes how BookshelF software, a library management system, has been integrated into the library and information management curriculum at Manchester Polytechnic (England), and discusses the... More

    pp. 125-37

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