Monthly Archive for June, 2017

The changing landscape of academic libraries in South Africa from subject librarianship to functional librarianship by Reggie Raju and Jill Claassen

Restructuring for relevance: the restructuring of a South African research-led university library The higher education system in South Africa is poised for significant change. However, that change is a double edged sword. On the one hand, there is the positive change with regard to pedagogy, rapid growth of commensurate technology, […]

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Trends with European academic libraries by Adelaida Ferrer Torrens

In the last year, European university libraries have continued to work on topics such as research support, the new role of learning in their institutions and changes in the roles of their professionals. However, the theme that has led to more projects and more interest has been the implementation from […]

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