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A Greek perspective on information literacy
The article discusses information literacy (IL) in Greece. It highlights the failure of Greek librarians to recognize the importance of developing IL skills in their academic institutions and the lack of IL programs in ...
The article provides an overview of different events and news from the library world. Mentioned themes include the awarding of the Access to Learning Award of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation 2010 to the library of ...
Βράβευση της Βιβλιοθήκης του Πανεπιστήμιου Κύπρου από την ΕΕΒΕΠ
(Ένωση Ελλήνων Βιβλιοθηκαρίων, 2010)
An Information Behaviour Investigation of the Community Pharmacists in Greece for Developing Library and Information Services
Background and objectives: Community pharmacists require a constant provision of high quality information for updating their knowledge and improving their practices and skills. The development of library and information ...
Meta-composer: synthesizing online FRBR works from library resources
Next generation display and indexing of cataloging records are mainly influenced from the development of the FRBR conceptual model. While the process for collecting all relevant bibliographic records in a catalogue to an ...
Mining user communities in digital libraries
The interest in the analysis of library user behaviour has been increasing rapidly since the advent of digital libraries and the Internet. In this context, the authors analyze the queries posed to a digital library and ...
Developing a Web Tool for Searching and Viewing Collections of High-Quality Cultural Images
Searching for information and viewing visual representations of products in e-organisations is a common activity of the e-visitors to these organisations. For example, in e-museums, users are shown images or other visual ...
Lack of Congruence between Analyses and Conclusions Limits Usefulness of Study of Socio-cultural Influences on Student Choice of LIS Field in Greece
The article discusses a research study which found that lack of congruence between analyses and conclusions limits the usefulness of study of socio-cultural influences on undergraduate student's decision to study library ...
Independence Day through the Colonial Eye: a View from the British Archive
The confidential report of the Acting United Kingdom Representative in Cyprus, Ian F. Porter, to the British Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations from September 1960s gives a detailed account of the actual events ...