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    • A contextual study of information literacy of aspirant barristers in Nigeria. 

      Lawal, Victoria Ladi.; Stilwell, Christine.; Kuhn, Rosemary Jean.; Underwood, Peter Graham. (LiASA, 2012)
      The study upon which the article is based investigated the information literacy of aspirant barristers in Nigeria and examined the efforts undertaken to restructure the legal education system in Nigeria. It explored the ...
    • Information literacy for higher education institutions in Nigeria and Tanzania: efforts and prospects for educational reform in teaching and learning. 

      Lawal, Victoria Ladi.; Lwehabura, Mugyabuso J. F.; Underwood, Peter Graham.; Stilwell, Christine. (University of KwaZulu-Natal., 2010)
      This article reviews efforts made by higher education institutions in Nigeria and Tanzania in transforming student learning through information literacy (IL). It examines the need for higher education institutions in the ...
    • Intelligent libraries and apomediators: distinguishing between Library 3.0 and Library 2.0. 

      Stilwell, Christine.; Underwood, Peter Graham.; Kwanya, Tom Joseph Mboya. (SAGE, 2013)
      Many terms and concepts have appeared in and disappeared from the history of librarianship. Currently, the use of “point oh” naming system to label developments in librarianship is prevalent. Debate on the appropriateness, ...
    • Library 2.0 principles and Ranganathan's fifth law. 

      Kwanya, Tom Joseph Mboya.; Stilwell, Christine.; Underwood, Peter Graham. (UNISA, 2010)
      Ranganathan’s five laws of library science were first published in 1931. Although initially devised for the Indian context, these laws have been adapted – in form and spirit – by libraries all over the world. With the ...
    • Library 2.0: revolution or evolution? 

      Kwanya, Tom Joseph Mboya.; Stilwell, Christine.; Underwood, Peter Graham. (2009)
      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 ...