Tuesday, December 21, 2010

LIS Research in Australia

Library & Information Science Research Journal has published a special issue about LIS Research in Australia. These are some of the papers in this issue:

Informed learning: A pedagogical construct attending simultaneously to information use and learning,

Beliefs, attitudes and perceptions about research and practice in a professional field,

Fifty years of LIS education in Australia: Academization of LIS educators in higher education institutions,

Australian PhDs by LIS educators, researchers and practitioners: Depicting diversity and demise,

The contemporary librarian: Skills, knowledge and attributes required in a world of emerging technologies,

The play's the thing: Theater professionals make sense of Shakespeare,

Developing and sustaining a sense of place: The role of social information.