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Library 2.0: revolution or evolution?
Library 2.0 is a controversial concept that stirs debate on many fronts. As the concept continues to arrest the attention of most library users and practitioners, a number of issues relating to its real nature emerge. One ...
From adversarialism to co-operation: key implications of the new South African labour dispensation for the library and information sector.
The concept of co-determination, which is a fundamental principle underpinning the new South African labour dispensation, is examined. Co-determination represents a deliberate move away from adversarialism to cooperation. ...
Getting the write message right: review of guidelines for producing readable print agricultural information materials.
Print agricultural information materials (PAIMs), such as leaflets, booklets and fact sheets, are used extensively to provide information to farmers. Such print materials can play a vital supportive role in extension, even ...
An investigation into the feasibility of unionising LIS workers: a case study of the tertiary sector.
This article reports on the findings of a study that investigated the feasibility of unionizing LIS workers with special reference to the tertiary education sector in South Africa. The primary objectives of the study were ...
Hello tomorrow? Sources of HIV/Aids information used by residential students at the University of Natal.
This article identifies sources of HIV/AIDS information used by residential students on the Pietermaritzburg campus of the former University of Natal (now the University of KwaZulu-Natal). A questionnaire targeted at ...