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Aspects of the Digital Library
(Alvheim & Eide, 2006)
Marketing research in internet resources: User need analysis
(Angela Repanovici & Ane Landøy, 2008-10)
Faghistorisk prosjekt : kartlegging av faghistorisk materiale ved UiB
(Billedsamlingen, Universitetsbiblioteket i Bergen, 2005)
Skills acquired and passed on: the collaboration between the University of Bergen and Makerere University libraries and their new partners in the north and south
(Ane Landøy & Maria G. N. Musoke, 2009)
Makerere University in Uganda and the University of Bergen in Norway celebrate ten years of collaboration in 2009. The collaboration includes the libraries in the two Universities, focusing on continuing professional ...
Information Literacy Applied on Electronic Resources - Practices from Brasov, Romania and Bergen, Norway
(Angela Repanovici & Ane Landøy, 2007-08)
What does the widespread access to Internet mean for the use of libraries? And how can information literacy assist in helping people cope with the new information behaviour shaped by Internet? The Internet represents the ...
Enabling the student to write a good thesis : combining information retrieval with the writing process
(Swedish association for information specialists, 2006)
Working from the information retrieval model of Carol Kuhlthau (2004), and the pedagogical approach to writing of Bean (1996) and Dysthe (1999), we put their theories into practice. Through the project ”Digital literacy ...
Cooperation between librarians and teaching staff
(Asociaţia Bibliotecarilor din România (ABR), 2009)
The changing times with new challenges and new need means that university libraries must look closely at their own visions and missions. The libraries must be ready to accept new tasks and cover the needs of the student’s ...
How and why is the NORA project adding value to the institutional repositories established in Norway?
(Leuven University Press, 2006)
In this paper we study the Norwegian NORA project and discuss how and why the services rendered are of value to the participants. For background purposes we begin by looking into topics such as open access and institutional ...