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|Title:||Training in library science (4) Teaching normative principles|
|Authors:||Ranganathan, S R|
|Abstract:||[Starts with the difference in the psychology of the adolescent and the child. Distinguishes between the techniques of teaching by "telling facts" and by "reasoning and inference." Examines the varying incidence of the latter technique in different subjects. Traces the evolution of its incidence in Library Science. Traces the clevage in the library profession and the secession of special librarians, to the delay in its incidence. Describes the emergence of the normative principles needed as the basis for the latter technique. Describes the experience of teaching Library Science, with the leven of the normative principles pervading everywhere].|
|ISSN:||0975-2404 (Online); 0972-5423 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||ALIS Vol.01(3) [September 1954]|
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