Librarianship in the South

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KIT Dossier Librarianship in the South

Last update: Tuesday 16 October 2012

This webpublication is a spin-off from the Portal Librarianship in the South, which is managed and developed by KIT Information & Library Services (ILS) with support and contributions from its project partners.

The focus of this webpublication is on:

·        information on library operations and systems

·        information and knowledge management

·        open access databases

·        open source cataloguing systems

·        institutional repositories, and

·        digital libraries in low-resource environments

The target audience of this portal is formed by the global community of information professionals, librarians, ICT personnel as well as (university) library users: researchers, students, and lecturers. This Dossier focuses on providing relevant information to information professionals in the South.

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What are dossiers?

Thematic guides to selected key documents & links, an to expertise of the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT). Most dossiers cover themes as part of a KIT information portal.

Related information portal
Portal Librarianship in the South

For questions and suggestions, please contact the editor, Wiebe de Boer: