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performance, ten course units, learning objectives, course handouts and learning activities, as listed in Table 1 . Table 1: Cataloging competencies and information organization course design. Competency Unit topic Learning objectives Activities Information Organization Concept 1. Introduction into Information Organisation 1. Understand the nature of information and types of information resources Instruction; Pre-test test 1; Assignment 1 2. Understand the meaning and functions of information organization 3. Discuss information organization methods and metadata 4. Describe

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Effective Use of Social Media Marketing for Customer Engagement in Information Organizations Rajesh Singh Assistant Professor, School of Library & Information Management, Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas, United States Abstract The rise of social media has provided ample opportunities to cultivate mean- ingful relationships with consumers, yet some information organizations still may find it difficult to engage the community effectively by employing social media tools. This paper briefly reviews the changing landscape of services marketing

Principles of information organization in L2 use: Complex patterns of conceptual transfer MONIQUE FLECKEN, CHRISTIANE VON STUTTERHEIM AND MARY CARROLL IRAL 51 (2013), 229–242 0019042X/2013/051-229 DOI 10.1515/iral-2013-0010 c©Walter de Gruyter We will start the discussion of this special issue by placing the present do- mains of investigation within the broader context of the debate on language- specificity in conceptualization processes. The debate has gained momentum in recent years, but central issues are still theoretically controversial and em- pirically

PLANNING PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE IN LIBRARY AND INFORMATION ORGANISATIONS - A SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE Fransie Teiblanche Senior Lecturer University of South Africa Pretoria, Republic of South Africa Abstract: This paper provides the justification for the need to plan for the professional excellence of library and information services. It explains the importance of the competency of human resources in order to render an excellent library and information service. INTRODUCTION Achieving world class excellence and service depends on people - how well

Typology and information organisation: per- spective taking and Language-specific effects in the construal of events Mary Carroll and Christiane von Stutterheim 1. Introduction In order to convey meaning through language, speakers do not sim- ply acquire a set of lexico-grammatical elements with rules or con- ventions which determine their possible combinations. In acquiring such means they also discover the principles whereby representations of states of affairs are typically paired with the lexico-grammatical structures which each language provides. This

Part I: Concepts 1 From local to global: the expanding horizons of libraries and related information organizations . . .I hold that library service, bibliographic organisation and library classification rec- ognise no national or political boundaries. They are international. The library profes- sion is international. Bibliographers and documentalists are international. As librarian and classificationist, I belong to the world and not merely to any particular country (S.R. Ranganathan 1951, 94). By its nature librarianship has always looked beyond the narrow

Eine Einführung für deutschsprachige Anwender
Eine Einführung für deutschsprachige Anwender