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Education for Information

1991 Volume 9, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Learning by Others' Experience: An Analysis of "Library Journal" Cases 1983-1989

    John Erkkila & Margaret Erkkila

    Discusses the value and use of management case studies in library and information science education and provides an analysis of case studies that have appeared in "Library Journal." Type of library... More

    pp. 269-83

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  2. The College of Information Science: A Mechanism to Consolidate Information Science Education

    Guisseppi A. Forgionne

    Examines information needs in today's society; reviews major programs of information science education and research in areas including information science, computer science, business, professional ... More

    pp. 285-304

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  3. The Role of Distance Education in Library and Information Studies Education

    Josephine A. Haythornthwaite & Frances C. P. White

    Reports results of a survey conducted by the British Library to identify distance education packages relating to library and information science (LIS) education in the United States, Canada,... More

    pp. 305-16

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