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Education for Information

2003 Volume 21, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Bologna, the Netherlands and Information Science

    Albert K. Boekhorst & John S. Mackenzie Owen

    This paper addresses the development of the department of Information Studies at the Universiteit van Amsterdam over the years and especially the impact of the Bologna Agreement on the content and ... More

    pp. 7-19

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  2. Library Education in Greece: New Challenges, New Dimensions--European Convergence and European Diversity

    Daphne Kyriaki-Manessi

    The paper presents some of the current issues in library and information science education in general and in Greece in particular. It examines the forming of professional identity of information... More

    pp. 21-29

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  3. Experiences of Library and Information Science (LIS) Studies Accreditation in the Context of Quality Assurance Systems in Poland

    Bronislawa Wozniczka-Paruzel

    This paper is devoted to the first experience of LIS studies accreditation in Poland. There are 12 academic institutions in Poland where librarians and information specialists are educated. Six of ... More

    pp. 49-57

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