As a result of emerging technologies, courses on digital content creation have been offered at library and information science programs in different countries. Each program presents unique considerations based on its own academic environment; campus expectations and demands; professional development; as well as standards of national education reform. The digital content creation courses are often related to the topics of digital humanities, institutional repositories, digital scholarship, digital archives, learning technologies, and information services. The purpose of this panel is to discuss the current development of those courses, share the best practice strategies, and identify issues for future development from an international perspective.
Chen, H., Aparac-Jelušić,, T., Brown, R., Hastings, S., & Leng, Y. (2012). Digital Content Creation: A Global View on Curriculum Design. , 48(1) John Wiley & Sons Inc..
Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (2011: Oct. 9-12, New Orleans, LA)
Library and Learning Resources
Keywords and Phrases
LIS education; digital content; international curriculum development
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