Education for Information
ISSN: 0167-8329
Volume 28; 4 issues
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 27:4) online on 8 June 2011
Next issue (volume 28:1) scheduled for September 2011

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Dick Hartley
Manchester Metropolitan University
Department of Information and Communications
Humanities Building
Rosamund Street
Manchester M15 6LL
United Kingdom
Tel.: +44 161 247 6144
Fax:+44 161 247 6351

Andrew Large
School of Information Studies
McGill University
McLennan Library Building
3459 McTavish Street
Montreal, QC H3A 1Y1
Tel.: +1 514 398 3360
Fax:+1 514 398 7193

Book Reviews Editor
Valerie M. Nesset
Department of Library and Information Studies
Graduate School of Education
State University of New York at Buffalo
544 Baldy Hall
14260-1020 Buffalo, NY
Tel.: +1 716 645 1485
Fax:+1 716 645 3775

Editorial Board
W.O. Aiyepeku I.M. Johnson
A.K. Boekhorst J. Kennedy
T. Bothma M.E.D. Koenig
T. Burrows M.J. Menou
S. Corrall M. Moreleli-Cacouris
R. Cullen D.N. Ocholla
P.W. Dalrymple S. Ornager
E.N. Efthimiadis A.M. Tammaro
L.S.J. Farmer P. Underwood
R.F. Guy S.R. Urs
P. Hípola S. Virkus
O. Harbo G. Wersig
K. Hosono S. ur Rehman

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Aims and Scope 
Information is widely recognized as a vital resource in economic development. The skills of information handling traditionally associated with libraries, are now in great demand in all sectors, including government, business and commerce. The education and training of information professionals is, therefore, an issue of growing significance. Education for Information has been since 1983 a forum for debate and discussion on education and training issues in the sphere of information handling. It includes refereed full-length articles and short communications on matters of current concern to educators and practitioners alike. Its News section reports on significant activities and events in the international arena. In-depth book reviews complete each issue of this quarterly publication, essential reading for those involved and interested in education and training for information handling.
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CPX, Cabell's Guide or Directory, Computer Literature Index, EBSCO database, Educational Research Abstracts, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (ISTA), Internet & Personal Computing Abstracts (IPCA), PsycINFO, ulrich's periodicals

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