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|Title:||METHODS OF TEACHING LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE : AN EMPIRICAL APPROACH|
|Abstract:||Due to increasing impact of information technology on libraries and information centres,our traditional method of teaching and curricula has become outdated. Most LIS departments have changed their curricula but their method of teaching remain unchanged. In this scenario right teaching methods is the need of the hour. The basic theme of the present paper is to discuss the methods for teaching library and information science. Also highlights the knowledge and skills required for future library and information science professionals.|
|Appears in Collections:||ALIS Vol.49(4) [December 2002]|
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