Juried Paper Sessions 4-6
4.3 - Digital Libraries and Librarianship
Description: This paper examines the provision of e-government access and training by public libraries, community engagement related to e-government, and strategies for incorporating e-government as an aspect of librarianship into LIS education.
5.2 - Conceptions of Community
Description: Focusing on the use of information sources and social networking media among undergraduate students, the study aims to shed light on improving user service and LIS education for academic librarianship in the networked community.
Author(s) : Eun-Young Yoo (NC-Central) and Kyung-Sun Kim (Wisconsin-Madison)
Description: Can LIS education models integrate research, learning and practice? We’ll present research about research, the history of service learning, and a contemporary program that incorporates a profession-wide community of practice.
Author(s): Eric Meyers, Deborah Turner, Matthew Saxton and Lorraine Bruce (Washington)
Author(s): Peter Macauley (RMIT) and Rosemary Green (Shenandoah University)
6.2-Communities of Practice