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Education for Information

1994 Volume 12, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Library and Information Science Education in South Asia: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka

    P B. Mangla

    Reviews formal postgraduate-level library and information science programs offered by universities, documentation centers, and research institutions in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka.... More

    pp. 399-427

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  2. Persistent Issues in Library and Information Science Education in Africa

    A A. Alemna

    Discusses issues relating to library and information science education in Africa. Topics include a historical background; professional recognition; standards; student recruitment; physical... More

    pp. 429-36

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  3. Information Management and Librarianship: Development of an Innovative Program through a Cooperative Link Scheme

    John Evans & Andrew Treloar

    Describes the development of a cooperative initiative between the Department of Library and Information Studies at the University of Papua New Guinea and the Information Management department at... More

    pp. 437-49

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  4. Demand for Information Managers: A Canadian Survey

    Dale H. Bent & Jim S. McLachlan

    Describes the results of a survey of senior managers in Canada that was conducted by the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Western Ontario to estimate the... More

    pp. 451-62

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