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Full text: Bibliotheksdienst (Rights reserved) Issue 44.2010 (Rights reserved)

Erschließung Themen Bibliotheksdienst 44. Jg. (2010), H. 10 969 The U.S. 9/11 Commission Records: history, collection access, and issues JERRY W. MANSFIELD (Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, Washington, DC, USA) http://www.ifla.org/files/hq/papers/ifla76/105-mansfield-en.pdf Session 107 – Knowledge Management, Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning with Information Technology Congress track 3: Users driving access and services. Global learning systems: how they foster learning and sharing of information Part 1 Using global learning systems to expand access to knowledge Methods of knowledge gathering and the role of the knowledge worker in sharing relevant information for sustainable development and learning VH (HEIN) SPINGIES (Information Resources and Services, National Research Foundation, Pretoria, Südafrika) http://www.ifla.org/files/hq/papers/ifla76/107-spingies-en.pdf (engl.) Impact of intranet as a knowledge sharing tool: experiences of ZIMRA LINDIWE MPINDIWA (Zimbabwe Revenue Authority, Harare, Simbabwe) http://www.ifla.org/files/hq/papers/ifla76/107-mpindiwa-en.pdf (engl.) Practical approaches for incorporating online training into staff development initiatives RACHEL VAN NOORD and JENNIFER PETERSON (OCLC/WebJunction.org, USA) http://www.ifla.org/files/hq/papers/ifla76/107-noord-en.pdf (engl.) From information to impacts: using global learning systems to expand access to knowledge in ADB ARUN RAMAMURTHY (Information Resource Unit, Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippinen) http://www.ifla.org/files/hq/papers/ifla76/107-ramamurthy-en.pdf (engl.) Evolving roles of library & information centres in e-learning environment ANIL KUMAR DHIMAN (Information Scientist, Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar, Indien) http://www.ifla.org/files/hq/papers/ifla76/107-dhiman-en.pdf (engl.) Part 2 Global learning systems: how they foster learning and sharing of information Library assistants as situated learners: how they can learn more effectively TERESA TO (Access Services and Public Relations Unit, Run Run Shaw Library, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China) http://www.ifla.org/files/hq/papers/ifla76/107-to-en.pdf (engl.)
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