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Education for Information

2012 Volume 29, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Towards an Online Bachelor of Information Science Degree Programme in a Nigerian University: Part 1--Lessons from the Literature and Existing Curricula

    Isola Ajiferuke, Mutawakilu Tiamiyu, Folake Longe, Williams Nwagwu, Kemi Ogunsola, Adeola Opesade & Wole Olatokun

    Training programmes for the information professions worldwide have been shifting and diversifying the scope of their claimed domains and curricula in order to empower their graduates with diverse... More

    pp. 89-119

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  2. Towards an Online Bachelor of Information Science Degree Programme in a Nigerian University: Part 2--Lessons from a Market Survey

    Mutawakilu Tiamiyu, Isola Ajiferuke, Folake Longe, Williams Nwagwu, Kemi Ogunsola, Adeola Opesade & Wole Olatokun

    This is the second of two articles that reports aspects of a study that was undertaken to assess the information industry and job market needs that the curriculum of the proposed programme must... More

    pp. 121-145

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