Library and information science trends and research : Europe / edited by Amanda Spink, Jannica Heinström.

This volume provides an understanding of directions in library and information science/management, education and research in Europe.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Spink, Amanda., Heinström, Jannica, 1970-
Format: Book
Published: Bingley : Emerald, 2012.
Edition:First edition.
Series:Library and information science (New York, N.Y.)
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Amanda Spink and Jannica Heinström
  • The emergence and impact of neoliberal ideology on UK public library policy, 1997-2010 / Margaret Greene and David McMenemy
  • EBLIP and organisational recipes : an analysis of the adoption and interpretation of EBLIP in the library and information sector / Carl Gustav Johannsen and Niels Ole Pors
  • The "Europeanisation" of cataloguing codes : an analysis of the evolution of RDA / Alan Poulter
  • Virtual path and Häme-Wiki as examples of library 2.0 services in Finland / Terttu Kortelainen [and others]
  • The assessment of research quality in UK departments of library and information management / Peter Willett
  • Research assessment and the shaping of library and information research in the United Kingdom / David Ellis
  • Challenges for globalised inforamtion systems in a multilingual and multicultural context / Matthias Görtz [and others]
  • The Bologna process impact on library and information science education : towards europeisation of the curriculum / Anna Maria Tammaro
  • Education for digital librarias : some european observations / Sue Myburgh and Anna Maria Tammaro
  • New directions in information management education in Denmark : on the importance of partnerships with the business community and the role of interdisciplinary theory to create a coherent frameork for information management / Dorte Madsen
  • Information science in France : emergence, evolution and perspectives / Fidelia Ibekwe-SanJuan.