November 29, 2015

October 2013 Issue of IFLA Journal (39.3) Now Online

Library and information issues in seven nations are featured in the new IFLA Journal (92 pages) from the International Federation of Library Associations.

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  • The death of the Right to Information Bill in Botswana
    Emmanuel Kopang Botlhale and Kaelo Molefhe 
  • Non-librarians as managers: The case of state university libraries in Saudi Arabia
    Zahiruddin Khurshid 
  • Knowledge sharing behaviour influences: A study of Information Science and Library Management faculties in Bangladesh
    Md. Anwarul Islam, Mitsuru Ikeda and Md. Maidul Islam
  • Establishment of the Election Commission Library in Nepal
    Ramesh Prajuli and Susan Garner
  • The information economy of Turkmenistan: A seven-year update
    John V. Richardson Jr. 
  • Enhancing awareness of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in academic libraries: A Jamaican case study
    Sasekea Harris 
  • Establishing information literacy principles as a foundation for cross-curricular scholarly investigation in England
    Andrew K. Shenton 
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