LIS education and training in South Africa : a historical review

J. Raju

Abstract


The article aims to provide a more complete historical review of LIS education and training in South Africa, particularly the involvement of technikons as well as how changes in the post-1990 era in South African society generally and in the higher education sector specifically, have impacted on LIS education and training.

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LIS education and training-South Africa; LIS education and training-South Africa-History

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7553/71-1-656

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