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Issue Title
Vol 30 (2005) Digitisation projects at the University of Cape Town Libraries Abstract
Janine Dunlop, Lesley Hart
Vol 24 (2002) DISA: an African Perspective on Digital Technology Abstract
Michele Pickover, Dale Peters
Vol 30 (2005) Doing it right – or are we? Basic principles in the acquisition, care of and access to photographs at the University Archives, University of KwaZulu-Natal Abstract
Bronwyn Jenkins
Vol 44 (2012) Editorial Abstract
Craig D Morris, Hilda M Munyua, Christine Stilwell
Vol 32 (2006) Educators and public librarians: unwitting partners in the information literacy education of South African youth? Abstract
Genevieve Hart
Vol 39 (2009) Electronic mentoring and academic librarians: a case study Abstract
A Finlayson
Vol 24 (2002) Ethical considerations for Zimbabwean archives and the digital challenge Abstract
Gerald Chikozho Mazarire
Vol 24 (2002) Ethical issues in Southern African archives and libraries: what should be done? Abstract
Peter Limb
Vol 32 (2006) Experiments in the provision of rural community libraries in South Africa: the family literacy project's initiatives Abstract
Jenny Aitchison
Vol 32 (2006) Family literacy projects and the public library Abstract
Myrna Machet, Nicoline Wessels
Vol 25 (2002) Five reasons why South African librarianship remains untransformed Abstract
Archie Dick
Vol 36 (2008) Free and Open Source Software for librarians and libraries Abstract
D Keats
Vol 23 (2001) Fundza libraries in Swazi schools: programme evaluation and implications for performance and policy Abstract
Ryan Walker
Vol 30 (2005) Gearing up for change: building digital resources in a South African cultural heritage context Abstract
Patricia Cheryl Liebetrau
Vol 33 (2006) Have trained school librarians made a difference for school libraries in South Africa? Abstract
S Zinn
Vol 22 (2001) How far we progressive library workers have come! Abstract
John Pateman
Vol 44 (2012) Information and knowledge needs, access and use for small-scale farming in Tanzania Abstract
Edda Tandi Lwoga, Patrick Ngulube, Christine Stilwell
Vol 41 (2010) Information literacy and law students at the University of Botswana Abstract
B Toteng, R Hoskins, F Bell
Vol 41 (2010) Information literacy for higher education institutions in Nigeria and Tanzania: efforts and prospects for educational reform in teaching and learning Abstract
V Lawal, P Underwood, M Lwehabura, C Stilwell
Vol 38 (2009) Information literacy for law students: an approach to meeting the challenges of professional training and practice Abstract
R Kuhn
Vol 41 (2010) Information literacy training for teachers in a developing South African context: suggestions for a multi-disciplinary planning approach Abstract
I Fourie, K Krauss
Vol 40 (2010) Information needs and information seeking behaviour of small-scale farmers in Tanzania Abstract
ET Lwoga, P Ngulube, P Stilwell
Vol 40 (2010) Information seeking behaviour of master’s students using library electronic databases in the Faculty of Humanities, Development and Social Sciences of the University of KwaZulu-Natal Abstract
T Hadebe, R Hoskins
Vol 33 (2006) Intergration of the school library into the curriculum Abstract
K Dubazana, J Karlsson
Vol 40 (2010) Interpreting the information behaviour of patients and families in palliative cancer care: a practical approach1 Abstract
I Fourie
Vol 35 (2007) Introduction: Book history, reading and publishing in South Africa Abstract
IM Hofmeyr, A Dick
Vol 35 (2007) Inventing an alternative through oppositional publishing: Afrikaans alternative book publishing in apartheid South Africa - the publishing house Taurus (1975-1991) as a case study Abstract
R Venter
Vol 44 (2012) Is indigenous knowledge accessed and used by agricultural researchers and extension workers in Zimbabwe? Abstract
Tinashe Mugwisi, Dennis Ocholla, Janneke Mostert
Vol 42 (2011) Knowledge and use of library resources by academic staff at the University of Kwazulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg (UKZNP) campus Abstract
Dumisani Nkosi, Athol Leach, Ruth Hoskins
Vol 44 (2012) Landscapes as libraries: a history of the uKhahlamba Drakensberg from 1818 to 2009 Abstract
Monique Salomon, Victor Bangamwabo, Terry Everson, Nicky Allsopp, Onisimo Mutanga, Robert Fincham
Vol 45 (2012) Leading the way: the managerial skills of library managers in South African university libraries Abstract
Praversh Sukram, Ruth Hoskins
Vol 38 (2009) Liberal arts and LIS paraprofessional education in the knowledge context: the cases of South Africa and Québec, Canada1 Abstract
J Raju, C Jacobs
Vol 37 (2008) Librarians and intellectual self-defence Abstract
Jane Duncan
Vol 43 (2011) Library amd information studies interdisciplinary practice in Africa Abstract
Stephen M Mutula
Vol 31 (2005) Library associations and social responsibilities: the cases of ALA and IFLA Abstract
Al Kagan
Vol 31 (2005) Library associations in Africa: past and present Abstract
Anthony Olden
Vol 22 (2001) Living in the real world: a decade of progressive librarianship in the U.S.A. and ininternational library organizations Abstract
Al Kagan
Vol 39 (2009) Local e-government websites in South Africa: accessibility for disabled users Abstract
C Kotze
Vol 26 (2003) Making reading a shared pleasure and a valuable skill: the Family Literacy Project in the southern Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal Abstract
Snoeks Desmond
Vol 44 (2012) Mapping and audting agricultural indigenous knowledge in Kenya: a case study of the Uasin Gishu and Keiyo districts Abstract
Joseph Kiplang’at, Daniel Chebutuk Rotich
Vol 27 (2003) Measuring knowledge management and the economics of information Abstract
Sue Myburgh
Vol 42 (2011) Methodology in action: exploring action research for Masters studies in information science Abstract
Nicoline Wessels
Vol 39 (2009) Missing voices: border war memories, meanings and archival musings Abstract
M Pickover
Vol 23 (2001) Mounting the barricades of intellectual freedom in defence of libraries Abstract
Christopher Merrett
Vol 31 (2005) National library associations in French-speaking Africa: challenges and concerns Abstract
Bernard Dione, Henri Séne
Vol 31 (2005) National library associations: websites and electronic discussion groups Abstract
Al-Amin Yusuph
Vol 30 (2005) Negotiations, contestations and fabrications: the politics of archives in South Africa ten years after democracy Abstract
Michele Pickover
Vol 39 (2009) New information seeking behaviours of academics in the Nelson R. Mandela School of Medicine at the University of KwaZulu- Natal Abstract
S Mitha
Vol 36 (2008) Open archives and collaboration: where to now? Abstract
S Timcke
Vol 34 (2007) Overview and observations: Workshop on the politics of digital initiatives concerning africa,August 4-5,2006 Abstract
A Kagan
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