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Title: IFLA Guidelines for Professional LIS Education Programmes
Authors: IFLA Section on Education and Training
IFLA Library Theory and Research Section
IFLA LIS Education in Developing Countries Special Interest Group
Building Strong LIS Education (BSLISE) – A working group of the IFLA Section on Education and Training (SET), Section on Library Theory and Research (LTR) and the LIS Education in Developing Countries SIG
Chu, Clara M.
Raju, Jaya
Cunningham, Chris
Ji, Jiuming
Ortíz-Repiso Jiménez, Virginia
Slavic, Aida
Talavera-Ibarra, Ana María
Zakaria, Sohaimi
Keywords: Subject::Library and information science education
Subject::Education and training
Issue Date: Jul-2022
Publisher: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Abstract: The IFLA Guidelines for Professional LIS Education Programmes serve as a framework for developing library and information science/studies (LIS) education programmes. They present key LIS foundational knowledge areas (FKAs) and the elements for a robust LIS education programme. They replace the 2012 IFLA Guidelines for Professional Library/Information Educational Programs. The new Guidelines promote the quality of LIS education programmes at undergraduate, graduate, or continuing education levels in the preparation of LIS professionals for a dynamic global information environment. The Guidelines should be consulted when planning and developing a new programme, or when assessing an existing programme to ensure that it meets local quality criteria and institutional missions, while being aligned with these international quality guidelines. The Guidelines, grounded in the principles of equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility, are of interest to LIS education administration, academic staff, students, professional practitioners, government, professional bodies, and other stakeholders engaged with knowledge and skills expected of LIS professionals.
URI: https://repository.ifla.org/handle/123456789/1987
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