Professor Jean Rudduck will use a grant from BLRDD, over 18 months commencing in January 1987, to look at postgraduate teacher training courses in six settings. The project will cover issues related to the retrieval, organisation, presentation and criticism of information and knowledge. Among topics investigated will be formal introductions to the library, students' use of books and libraries, their management of course work assignments, their perceptions of knowledge and information handling and their experiences of study skills teaching as part of teaching practice. Much useful background information can be found in LIR Report 24, The sixth form and libraries problems of access to knowledge by Jean Rudduck and David Hopkins 9.50 from the British Library Publications Sales Unit, Boston Spa, Wetherby, West Yorkshire LS23 7BQ. For additional information please contact Professor Jean Rudduck, University of Sheffield, Division of Education, Arts Tower Floor 12, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TN Tel 0742768555. BLRDD is hoping to support a parallel study which will look at similar issues in undergraduate teacher training courses.
New Library World – Emerald Publishing
Published: Oct 1, 1986
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