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Education for Information

1993 Volume 11, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Computer Programming in LIS Education: A Necessity?

    Jamshid Beheshti

    Discusses computer programming and why it is important in library and information science (LIS) education. BASIC programming language is recommended as the most appropriate for LIS students, and an... More

    pp. 123-36

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  2. The Design and Implementation of Internet Seminars for Library Users and Staff at McGill University

    Marcos Silva & Glenn F. Cartwright

    Describes seminars developed at McGill University library to teach faculty, students, and staff about the Internet. Topics discussed include growth in use of the Internet and other developments... More

    pp. 137-46

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  3. Producing the Basic Competencies in Information Science Education in Nigeria

    Michael G. Ochogwu

    Provides a theoretical overview of the concept of information science as a discipline and analyzes the problems in information science in Nigeria. Highlights include a lack of or inadequate... More

    pp. 147-54

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