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Informatization is a term of Japanese provenance denoting major systemic change resulting from the application of information technology. At the macro (economic and sociological) level, authors such as Fritz Machlup and Daniel Bell have outlined the shape of a supposed new order. In modern...
This paper reports the findings of a study of knowledge management courses included in the curriculum of academic disciplines of business, computing, and information. Based on a review of course descriptions selected from Web sites of universities in different countries, the paper describes...
In order that librarians may achieve research success within the academic environment, a convenient working schedule equivalent to that of teaching colleagues is a sine qua non . To investigate this issue, a descriptive survey, including a questionnaire, was used to examine the opinions of...
Today more and more organisations are involved in research, action‐research and advocacy on development issues, particularly in the social services and human development sector. Most of these issues and themes are inter‐disciplinary in nature and characterised by overlapping subject boundaries....
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