Distance learning and LIS professional development

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Robinson, L.; Bawden, D.;

The nature of distance learning in general, and for the specific case of LIS professional development, is reviewed, in the context of wider changes in the learning environment. This leads to an analysis of the kind of materials and activities which may be required to su... View more
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