The Role of Librarians' Expertise in the Learning Process
The unique knowledge on which librarianship is based will be explored and the prototype view of expert librarian will be created.
||Theory of Expertise, Learning in the Information Society, Librarians' knowledge and expertise
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 3, pp.149-154.
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Jitka Hurych is a Professor and the Head of Science, Engineering and Business Department at the library of Northern Illinois University. She holds two Master’s degrees—MA in Czech and Russian language and literature and MA in Library Science. In addition to her tenure as a faculty member in the library, she has also worked as instructor of Russian and a translator. She has published numerous articles and reviews in library journals and presented papers at numerous international library conferences. Her areas of interest are: ethics in the information society, values of librarianship, continuing professional education and health science librarianship, among others.
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