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  • 1. New digital directions and library education: sustaining library education programs Session 123 — Education and Training Anna Maria Tammaro August, 13th, 2010
  • 2. Session themes • The impact of new information technologies : reconceptualizing, and/or globalizing library education? • Library education in iSchools • Pedagogy for online/virtual library education and training • Employability of graduates in the digital library world • Interdisciplinarity, synergies and/or convergences of digital archives, libraries and museums in library education
  • 3. Selected paper’s areas
  • 4. 1° Presentation • Sustainable LIS education in a global world • Dr. Mats Dahlström & Dr. Helena Francke Swedish School of Library and Information Science, University of Borås, Borås, Sweden
  • 5. 2° presentation • New paradigm, new educational requirements?Australian viewpoints on education for digital libraries • Katherine Howard Royal Society for the Blind, Adelaide, Australia
  • 6. 3° Presentation Factors affecting re-usability of learning objects across national boundaries: an exploratory study of information organization and knowledge management Christopher S.G. Khoo Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (chriskhoo@pmail.ntu.edu.sg Abdus Sattar Chaudhry University of Kuwait, Kuwait (abdussattar.chaudhry@ku.edu.kw) Sujin Butdisuwan Mahasarakham University, Thailand (sujin.b@msu.ac.th) Joyce Chao-chen Chen National Taiwan Normal University (cc4073@ms73.hinet.net)
  • 7. 4° Presentation Exploratory Study of Instructors’ Perceptions and Practices Online Bharat Mehra Assistant Professor (corresponding author), School of Information Sciences, University of Tennessee, 454 Communications Building, 1345 Circle Park Drive, Knoxville, USA bmehra@utk.edu Hope A. Olson Professor and Interim Dean, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA holson@uwm.edu Suzana Ahmad Graduate Student, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA ahmads@uwm.edu
  • 8. 5° Presentation Sustaining learning for LIS through use of a virtual world Sheila Webber Senior Lecturer, School of information: the iSchool, University of Sheffield, UK & Diane Nahl Professor, Library and Information Science Program, Information and Computer Sciences Department University of Hawai’i, USA

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