volume 65, issue 6/7, P461-478 2016
DOI: 10.1108/lr-12-2015-0115
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Younis Al-Shwabkah, Faten Hamad, Nashrawan Taha, Maha Al-Fadel

Abstract: Purpose This study aims to explore undergraduate students’ perceptions of teaching information and communication technology (ICT) courses in the library and information science (LIS) program in Jordanian universities. It also aims at investigating the correlation between the impact of some variables, namely, gender, the type of university, academic year and student GPA on and their students’ views. Design/methodology/approach Quantitative methods were adopted. A questionnaire with 40 items was distributed o…

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