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Education for Information

2002 Volume 20, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Library and Information Science Education in Thai Public Universities

    Sujin Butdisuwan & G E. Gorman

    Formal library and information science (LIS) education in Thailand was initiated in 1951 at Chulalongkorn University, when Fulbright Foundation scholars developed basic courses that evolved into a ... More

    pp. 169-181

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  2. Teaching and Assessment Methods in UK Information Science: A Ten Year Review of Professional and Scholarly Journal Content and Predictions for 2011

    Francis Odhiambo, Derek Stephens & Anne Goulding

    Presents the results of a research project investigating teaching and learning methods in information science in the United Kingdom. An overview of the forces leading to the higher profile of... More

    pp. 183-198

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  3. The Internationalisation of Baltic Library and Information Science Education with Emphasis on the Cooperation with Nordic Partners

    Sirje Virkus & Ole Harbo

    This paper describes the development of library and information science education (LIS) in the Baltic and Nordic countries and gives a brief overview of the historical and present connections of... More

    pp. 217-235

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  4. Internet Simulations for Teaching, Learning and Research: An Investigation of E-Commerce Interactions and Practice in the Virtual Economy

    K Horton, E Davenport, H Hall & H Rosenbaum

    In this paper we report upon the Virtual Economy (VE), an Internet simulation which operated for the first time in Spring 2000 involving students at Indiana University, USA and at Napier University... More

    pp. 237-252

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