Library and information science research : current trends / Goretti Kabatangare [and seven others].
Contributor(s): Kabatangare, Goretti  | Mangi, Leela Dhar  | Benoit, Gerald  | Ju, Boryung  | Jin, Tao  | Okello-Obura, Constant  | Kigongo-Bukenya, I.M.N  | Soutter, Jennifer Lyn .Material type: BookCopyright date: New York, NY : Magnum Publishing LLC, ©2016Description: xv, 200 pages : illustration (some color) : 32 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781682502532 (hardback); 1682502538.Subject(s): Library science -- Research | Library science literature
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1. Analysis of Library and Information Science/Studies (Lis) Education Today. 2. Bric's Research Output in Library & Information Science From 1996-2012 -- A Qualitative Analysis. 3. Critical Theory and the Legitimation of Library and Information Science. 4. Incorporating Nonparametric Statistics Into Delphi Studies in Library and Information Science. 5. Library and Information Science Education and Training in Uganda: Trends, Challenges, and the Way Forward. 6. Academic Librarian Competency as Defined in the Library and Information Science Journal Literature of 2001-2005 and 2011. 7. International Library and Information Science Research: A Comparison of National Trends. 8. Basic Research Methods for Librarians. 9. Financial Management of Libraries: Past Trends and Future Reports. 10. Principles of Library and Information Science. 11. Cataloging and Classification Skills of Library and Information Science Practitioners in their Workplaces: A Case Analysis. 12. Review of Related Literatureast.
Library and information science is a profession that is full of people passionate about making a positive change in the world and they tend to be wildly happy about what they do. Also it work to design and develop knowledge organization systems. This book presents the latest scientific achievements of library researchers and professionals on the qualitative and quantitative methods of Libraries.