ustainable manner, the diverse supply of graduates with the appropriate attributes to develop and maintain high quality professional practice in the rapidly changing 21st century? This report presents the key findings of a project that has examined this question through research into future directions for LIS education in Australia. Titled Re-conceptualising and re-positioning Australian library and information science education for the twenty-first century, the purpose of the project was to establish a consolidated and holistic picture of the Australian LIS profession, and identify how its future education and training can be mediated in a cohesive and sustainable manner. The project was undertaken with a team of 12 university and vocational LIS educators from 11 institutions around Australia between November 2009 and December 2010.
|ISBN (Electronic)||ISBN 978-0-9871983-6-5|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
Patridge, H., Carroll, M., Combes, B., Hider, P., Reynolds, S., Genoni, P., Henniger, M., Yates, C., Tanner, K., Burford, S., & Ellis, L. (2011). Re-conceptualising and re-positioning Australian library and information science education for the twenty-first century: Final Report. ALTC. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/46915/