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Title: Undergraduate distance education in LIS in Spain 1999-2014: A historical perspective
Author: Cobarsí Morales, Josep  
López Borrull, Alexandre
Ortoll Espinet, Eva  
Sanz Martos, Sandra  
Roig Telo, Antoni  
Keywords: Spain
education
library and information science
Issue Date: 9-Oct-2016
Publisher: de Gruyter
Series/Report no.: Educating the Profession 40 years of the IFLA Section on Education and Training Edited by Seadle, Michael; Chu, Clara M.; Stöckel, Ulrike; Crumpton, Breanne.
Abstract: The Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) was created in 1994, with its headquarters in Barcelona, as an initiative of the Catalan Government. It was set up from the very beginning as a fully Internet-based distance e-learning university, with a very specific model to deliver distance education (Duart and Sandrà 2000; Cobarsí 2008). Keeping into account such organizational features, the UOC was called to be a key actor in LIS distance education. With this goal in mind, a new undergraduate degree in LIS (Llicenciatura en Documentació) was set up in 1999.
Description: Peer-reviewed
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/57584
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