Full text: Bibliotheksdienst (Rights reserved) Issue 35.2001 (Rights reserved)

Ausland THEMEN c) Training Courses This task is accomplished at both elementary and advanced levels by many Jordanian institutions, particularly the following: · JLA · Ministry of Education · Universities · Royal Scientific Society (RSS) Jordan also benefits from regional and international courses. As a result, Jordan has the following types of educated and/or trained mem- bers of staff: · Doctorates 14 · Masters 35 · Postgraduate Diploma 275 · BA 50 · Community College Postsecondary Diploma 2500 · Trainees of Courses 2500 5. Library Literature The early library literature in Jordan was in the form of articles published in "The Teacher`s message" published quarterly by the Ministry of Education. Later, the JLA quarterly "Risalat Al-Maktaba" was used as a vehicle. In 1965, the first book, entitled ,,Classification" authored by the late Mr. Mah- moud Al-Akhras, was published. Now some university and other institutions publish newsletters. The total number of publications is now more than 300 items in the form of books, bibliographic guides and dissertations. The major contributor to this is Mr. Mahmoud Ityem, who authored and/or translated about 100 titles in the form of books, manuals, cataloguing rules, the ISBDs handbooks, lists of subject headings and thesauri. He also prepared around 400 items in the form of journal articles, conference papers, consultancy stud- ies, mission reports, lectures, speeches and Arab standards. Other names contributed later to this activity. But pioneering remains to Mr. Al-Akhras who diversified his works in the form of books, articles, conference papers and bib- liographies. BIBLIOTHEKSDIENST 35. Jg. (2001), H. 7/8 839
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