The placement of Library and Information Studies within universities.
What is it about?
Our paper looks at where staff teaching Library and Information Studies are located within universities - whether they are in standalone departments or whether they are within larger schools or faculties. We discuss what the different arrangements mean for our subject.
Why is it important?
The placement of Library and Information Studies can tell us something about how our subject is viewed within the university and how it is understood. Is it considered a technical subject, for example? There have been a lot of changes in Library and Information Studies - is this reflected in our management within the university?
The following have contributed to this page: Professor Anne Goulding and Dr Chern Li Liew
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