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Integrating library instruction into student education.

By Bas Savenije


The present article is by no means a technical account regarding the formulation of library instructions. In this article we rather go into the phenomenon of library instruction within the context of student education. The views expressed here concern my personal observations regarding the library. More specifically, they regard the library's future as well as university education and its future in general.\ud \ud In the first part of this article I shall concentrate on the question whether there is an actual need for library instructions, and if so, why there exists a necessity for library instruction as a separate activity.\ud Furthermore, I will briefly describe the consequences the technical developments entail for the library, as well as a number of future library trends that matter to the relation between the library and the process of student education.\ud On the basis of this analysis I will draw up several conclusions concerning the future of library instruction

Topics: 06.60, 81.80, library instruction, higher education
Year: 1999
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