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Showing posts from November, 2009

Sheila Corrall in Hong Kong

Prof Sheila Corrall is visiting Hong Kong this week to present a paper on Evaluating Intellectual Assets in University Libraries at the International Conference on Knowledge Management. The paper is based on Somsak Sriborisutsakul's doctoral research in Thailand. During her visit Sheila will also be meeting colleagues at Hong Kong University to discuss further development of collaborative links with DIS.

Visiting scholar Nuria Ferran Ferrer

From August to October we were visited by Núria Ferran Ferrer, an academic in Information and Communication Science Studies, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Open University of Catalunya). Núria has been involved in research projects related to cultural heritage (COINE), and open educational content (OLCOS). Her Ph.D. research is about the information behaviour of e-learning students in their academic, workplace and daily life contexts. Núria is pictured here with Sheila Webber (centre), Director of the Centre for Information Literacy Research, and (on the right) Phussadee Dokphrom, a doctoral student in the Department.