Teaching DL-Related Topics Using
DL Applications
Jeffrey Pomerantz
School of Information & Library Science
UNC Chapel Hill
[email protected]
Tapping the vast reservoir of human knowledge --Louis Round Wilson, founder, 1931
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LIS
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Module name
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Additional information
Project website: curric.dlib.vt.edu
Supported by the NSF under Grant Nos. IIS-0535057 (VT) and
IIS-0535060 (UNC-CH)
With: Barbara Wildemuth, Ed Fox, Sanghee Oh, Seungwon
Yang
Previous work:
Pomerantz, J., Oh, S., Yang, S., Fox, E. A., & Wildemuth, B. M. (2006). The
Core: Digital Library Education in Library and Information Science
Programs. D-Lib Magazine, 12(11).
Pomerantz, J., Wildemuth, B., Fox, E. A., & Yang, S. (2006). Curriculum
Development for Digital Libraries. Proceedings of JCDL (pp. 175184).
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