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Title:Issues in LIS
Editor:Ngoepe, Mpho
Year:2009
Periodical:Innovation: Journal of Appropriate Librarianship and Information Work in Southern Africa (ISSN 1025-8892)
Issue:38
Pages:121
Language:English
Geographic term:South Africa
Subjects:library and information science
librarianship
information technology
electronic resources
Abstract:This issue of 'Innovation' covers various issues in Library and Information Science (LIS), such as the preservation of electronic records, liberal arts and LIS paraprofessional education, information literacy for law students, the use of social networking tools for service delivery, the role of the Carnegie Corporation in the provision of library services and the use of electronic databases by postgraduate students. Contents: Strategies for the preservation of electronic records in South Africa: implications on access to information (Mpho Ngoepe and Thomas van der Walt) - Liberal arts and LIS paraprofessional education in the knowledge context: the cases of South Africa and Québec, Canada (Jaya Raju and Christine Jacobs) - Information literacy for law students: an approach to meeting the challenges of professional training and practice (South Africa) (Rosemary Kuhn) - The use of social networking tools for innovative service delivery at the University of Pretoria Library (Cecilia Penzhorn and Heila Pienaar) - The role of the Carnegie Corporation of New York in the provision of library services to South Africa's 'non-Europeans' (covering the period 1928-1938) (Fiona Bell) - Use of electronic databases by postgraduate students in a university based Faculty of Science and Agriculture (University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg) (Lindiwe Soyizwapi and Ruth Hoskins). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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