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dc.contributor.authorBruyn, Ton de-
dc.description.abstractOver the past five to ten years the paradigm of competence learning has played an important role in Dutch professional higher education. Library information sciences (LIS) are, traditionally, mostly offered by institutes for professional higher education. Here, I want to give a short overview on the developments within Dutch LIS curricula over the past two decades and to explain the role of competence learning in LIS at Deventer. Although the Dutch ICT curricula play a prominent role in the later developments and these curricula have their own, very interesting history, that history will not be discussed here.en
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dc.relation.ispartofseriesDigital Library Education;6-
dc.subjectLIS educationen
dc.titleLIS and its competence frameworken
dc.title.alternativeLa biblioteconomia e le competenze di contestoen
dc.typeConference paperen
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