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Education for Information

2007 Volume 25, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. How Relevant Are Library and Information Science Curricula outside Their Geographic Domain?

    Lawrence Wai-hong Tam, Ross Harvey & John Mills

    Australian library and information science (LIS) courses are popular outside Australia, and Australia is a popular study destination for students in the region. This paper takes a comparative... More

    pp. 73-91

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  2. Divided by a Common Degree Program? Profiling Online and Face-to-Face Information Science Students

    Maria Haigh

    This study examines profiles of online and face-to-face students in a single information science school: the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Information Studies. A questionnaire was... More

    pp. 93-110

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  3. Corporate e-Learning: Justification for Implementation and Evaluation of Benefits. A Study Examining the Views of Training Managers and Training Providers

    Robert Newton & Nitin Doonga

    This study examines the experience and perceptions of training managers and training suppliers with respect to provision of e-training to corporate clients--a rapidly growing area of commercial... More

    pp. 111-130

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