Category:Library and Information Studies
Table Of Contents: Volume 57 Issue 2
The CIBER group at University College London are currently evaluating a distance education initiative funded by the Department of Health, providing in‐service training to…
Information and communication technology (ICT) education in The City School, Pakistan: A success story in the large‐scale introduction of the UK National Curriculum's ICT component in PakistanIftikhar Ali, John Proctor
In an age of information technology some developing countries are more vulnerable than others to international competition through failure to utilize fully the benefits of…
To evaluate the impact of an interactive online tutorial aiming to improve student citing and referencing practice.
To examine how introducing an institution‐wide managed learning environment impacts on the processes of organisational change using City University, London as a case study.
To provide a review of the interface between e‐learning, digital libraries and learning content.
The use of the internet in higher education: Academics’ experiences of using ICTs for teaching and learningRebecca Eynon
To explore academics’ experiences of using information and communication technologies (ICTs) for teaching and learning.
From prescribed reading to the excitement or the burden of choice: Information literacy: foundation of e‐learningSusie Andretta
The paper focuses on e‐learning from an information literacy perspective and promotes the view that information literacy education needs to play a central role within any…