Monday, June 11, 2007

BBB news

Die neuesten Einträge in meiner Bibliographie Berufsbild BibliothekarIn im Überblick. Dieses Mal die Artikel aus dem Sonderheft "Library and Information Science Education in Developing Countries" der International Information & Library Review = Ausgabe 39 (2007) 2:
  • Eustache Mêgnigbêto: "LIS curriculum in French-speaking West Africa in the age of ICTs: The case of Benin and Senegal", S 158 - 165
  • Wondimeneh Mammo: "Demise, renaissance or existence of LIS education in Ethiopia: Curriculum, employers' expectations and professionals' dreams", S. 145 - 157
  • John N. Gathegi / Peter G. Mwathi: "Creating a needs-responsive LIS curriculum in a developing country: A case study from Kenya", S. 134 - 144
  • Lukman I. Disoa / Ifeanyi Faith Njoku: "Library and information science education in Nigeria: Curricula contents versus cultural realities", S. 121 - 133
  • Eva M. Méndez / Aida E. Montero: "Assessing information professionals in Dominican Republic: Are they prepared to deal with the new democratic libraries?", S 89 - 102
  • Bernadette Welch / Janet Murray: "Delivering LIS education into Viet Nam: A narrative of teaching, interpreting, and translating", S. 80 - 88
  • Catherine A. Johnson: "Library and information science education in developing countries", S. 64 - 71
  • Maria Haigh: "Escaping Lenin's library: Library and Information Science education in independent Ukraine", S. 72 - 79
  • Johannes J. Britz / Peter J. Lorc / Theo J. Bothma: "Building library leadership in Africa: A proposed education initiative", S. 103 - 108
  • Kendra Albright / Dick Kawooya: "Libraries in the time of AIDS: African perspectives and recommendations for a revised model of LIS education", S. 109 - 120
  • Mary Nassimbeni / Peter G. Underwood: "Two societies: Duality, contradictions…and integration: A progress report on South Africa", S. 166 - 173
  • Leon D. Megrian: "Library education in the higher educational systems of Australia and Canada, 1960–1970". In: International Library Review 6 (1974) 4, S. 387 - 396
  • No comments:

    Post a comment