International Librarianship : An Alternative Perspective of Indonesian Library School Courses

https://doi.org/10.22146/bip.8347

Blasius Sudarsono(1*)

(1) PDII LIPI
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


The paper presents the writer's view about the course of International Librarianship that should be offered by library schools in Indonesia. As the course is relatively new to most library schools in Indonesia, the writer tries to propose the syllabus for the course which includes the goals and objectives and how the course should be conducted. Certain emphases are given for the course to be which comprises aspects such as library regional and international cooperation, comparative studies among libraries of particular region like South East Asia in relation to human resources, application of infoimation technology, services and problems encountered by libraries of different countries.

Keywords


International librarianship; Library cooperation; Library schools

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22146/bip.8347

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