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Title: The historical evolution of university and technikon education and training in South Africa and its implications for articulation between the two types of higher educational institutions with particular reference to LIS education and training
Authors: Raju, Jayarani
Keywords: Education, Higher--South Africa;Library and information science;Innovation;Educational change--South Africa
Issue Date: 2006
Abstract: The paper provides discussions on articulation between university and technikon LIS education and training in the context of: the historical evolution and traditional purposes of university and technikon education and training; major similarities and differences between university and technikon LIS education and training; and current changes in higher education in South Africa to effect a new ethos of transformation, equity and efficiency. In doing this the paper highlights issues that are critical to deliberations on the matter of articulation between LIS programmes at universities and technikons. This, the paper claims, is important because increasingly higher education institutions are faced with the articulation dilemma as students seek greater mobility within a transforming higher education sector.
Description: Originally published in: Innovation, 2006
Appears in Collections:Research Publications (Accounting and Informatics)

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