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Ian Cornelius BA, M.Litt., Ph.D., currently an Honorary Research Fellow in University College London (UCL) Department of Information Studies, formerly worked in the School of Information and Library Studies in University College Dublin. His main research interests are in Theories of Information, Interpretation in Information Science, and Information Policy. Recent publications include 'Quantum Leaps in Information Retrieval', Aslib Proceedings 61(3), 2009, pp. 331-336; and Information Policies and Strategies, published by Facet Publishing, March 2010.
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The UCL Department of Information Studies offers postgraduate qualifications and training for all the information professions.
Based in Nairobi, Kenya, NRC Nairobi focuses on understanding the unique needs of the African mobile phone user and creates concepts and visions to fulfill these needs. NRC Nairobi is working with University of Nairobi (Kenya), University of Cape Town (South Africa), and Grameen Foundation to solve the unique African language, cultural, educational and infrastructure challenges that can all be improved through mobile technologies. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Cursos impartidos : XIX Curso de Formación de Historiadores de la Fundación “Sánchez Albornoz” como profesor del curso “Bibliotecas digitales@virtuales: profesionales e investigadores de nuevas formas de comunicación del conocimiento, dirigido por D. José López Yepes (Ávila, 14 al 25 de julio de 2003).
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Carol Collier Kuhlthau is Professor Emerita of Library and Information Science at Rutgers University where she directed the graduate program in school librarianship that has been rated number one in the country by U.S. News. She achieved the rank of Professor II, a special rank at Rutgers requiring additional review beyond that for full professor.
I always blog about "essential reading," well here's some essential watching. Barbara Tillett, Chief of the Cataloging Policy and Support Office, Library of Congress, speaks about RDA in these two new webcasts: Resource Description and Access: Background / Overview