Information & Knowledge Management Education for Nigeria’s LIS Schools

Uzuegbu, C. P., Igwe, K. N. & Nnadozie, C. O. (2015). Education and training of information and knowledge management practitioners in the knowledge economy: Arguments, inferences and sample curriculum for tertiary institutions in Nigeria. In: K. N. Igwe, C. O. Nnadozie, A. O. Unagha, C. P. Uzuegbu & M. M. Naga (Eds.), Fundamentals of knowledge management for the knowledge economy (pp. 290-303). Umuahia: Zeh Communications.

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  • Nnadozie, C. O., Igwe, K. N. & Nwosu, M. C.: Nomenclature Change for Library and Information (LIS) Schools in Nigeria: Implications for Interdisciplinary Research and Emerging Opportunities in the 21st Century. International Journal of Library & Information Science (IJLIS), Volume 6, Issue 1, Jan–Feb 2017, pp. 23–36 Full text » (publisher), Full text » (author)
  • Igwe, K. N. & Ugwuogu, U.O (2015). Addressing nomenclature crises and institutionalizing contemporary programmes for the education and training of information and knowledge management practitioners in Nigeria. Library School Curriculum Review and Development of Benchmark Summit, Lokoja, Kogi State, Nigeria, 14th – 18th June, 2015.
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