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Going the Distance: Distance Education in Library and Information Science Education
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|Title: ||Going the Distance: Distance Education in Library and Information Science Education|
|Authors: ||Julien, Heidi|
Dalrymple, Prudence W.
|Keywords: ||KALIPER;distance education;library and information science|
|Issue Date: ||14-Jan-2010|
|Abstract: ||The purpose of the KALIPER project, a collaboration between Kellogg and the ALISE Information Professions and Education Renewal project, was to analyze the nature and extent of major curricular changes in library and information science (LIS) education using surveys, case studies, content analysis, and interviews. From the broader analysis of twenty-six LIS programs, some specific areas were targeted for more detailed investigations. Distance education (DE) was selected along with archives and school media programs for this additional analysis.|
|Description: ||Published in the Journal of Library and Information Science Education 42(2001): 200-205.|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty Research and Publications (IST)|
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