4 edition of education of library and information professionals in the Arabian Gulf region found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Mohammed-Saleh Jamil Ashoor and Abdus Sattar Chaudhry.|
|Series||The education of library and information professionals : an international series, Education of library and information professionals.|
|Contributions||Chaudhry, Abdus Sattar, 1948-|
|LC Classifications||Z669.5.P35 A84 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 159 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||99012597|
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Last summer I received an e-mail, which at first I thought must be a mistake. It was an invitation to present at the 21st annual conference of the Arabian Gulf Chapter of the Special Libraries Association in Abu Dhabi. The invitation was for Mary Beth, Mary Krautter of UNC-Greensboro and me. This book provides a collection of studies on the state of education in Arab countries with a special focus on the Arabian Gulf, where currently there is increased activity and investment in education. The book is composed of three major sections. The first section is a collection of nine papers on current practices and challenges in education.
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Get this from a library. The education of library and information professionals in the Arabian Gulf region.
[Muḥammad Ṣāliḥ ibn Jamīl ʻAshūr; Abdus Sattar Chaudhry]. Education for a Knowledge Society in Arabian Gulf Countries (International Perspectives on Education and Society) [Alexander W. Wiseman, Alexander W. Wiseman, Naif H. Alromi, Saleh A.
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This annotated guide of English-language material on education in the Arab world includes books, journal articles, national and international reports and documents and Ph.D. dissertations. The author opens with an introductory essay on the development of education in the Arab Gulf states and an analysis of current issues in educational research.
Abstract: Presents the collective judgments of a group of academics from North America, Southeast Asia and the Arabian Gulf region, as well as leading practitioners from the Arabian Gulf region, about the content of graduate degrees in information studies.
The participants generally agreed about the content of the curriculum of information studies. Its’ main objective is to collect resources and references about the United Arab Emirates, Arabian Gulf Region, the Arab World and Islamic Civilization.
The Emirates Library pledges support for the research and outreach missions of the National Archives. ACADEMIC LIBRARIES AND USER EDUCATION. library and information professionals, The aim of this paper is to provide a clear picture of how the Arabian Gulf region library.
The Arabian Gulf has, since the early 's, been one of the most promising areas of research in ancient near-eastern archaeology. Until now, however, there has been no attempt to synthesize the archaeology and history of this region from the beginnings of human settlement to the rise of Islam.
Drawing on a wide array of archaeological, epigraphic, and literary sources, Dr. Potts. A Cultural History of Education in the Arab World with Special Reference to the Arabian Gulf Region. Sobeih, Nabil Ahmed Amer An overview of the development of formal education in the Arab countries over the past 12 centuries is presented.
from 6th-8th March6 - 8 MarchMuscat, Oman The Special Libraries Association "SLA" is a specialized global organization founded in with Head Office in the United States. It adopts innovations of specialists and professionals in the field of information and libraries.
The one millionth book will be placed on library shelves at the opening ceremony, which has a total book display capacity of million books. in the Arabian Gulf region.
the Persian Gulf Region. The Middle East and its sub-region, Persian Gulf region, have long been amongst the most volatile regions of the world and major centers of world affairs; strategically, economically, politically, culturally, and religiously sensitive areas.
The location of the Persian Gulf has given the region aFile Size: KB. 5 bodies of water = Persian Gulf, Gulf of Oman to the east, Arabian Sea, and Gulf of Aden to the south, Red Sea to the west What countries comprise the Arabian Peninsula Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Iraq, and Iran.
The historical map collections at the Heritage Library provide a wealth of materials for studying the history of cartography, with special emphasis on the European encounter with the Arab and Islamic world and its increasing knowledge of the Arabian Peninsula and the Gulf region, as well as the Islamic cartographic and geographic traditions.
Ninth Biannual Gulf Comparative Education Society (GCES) Conference. The GCES is an academic society that was formed in to enable comparative and professional discourse on educational issues in the Arabian/Persian Gulf region.
The Society aims to promote and develop collaborative and individual research activities that explore educational.
The Arabian Oil-Rich Gulf Countries Today. Islam, Neoliberalism and Education in the GCC Region. Researching Neoliberal Language Education Orientations in the Arabian Gulf Countries.
Neoliberalism and English Education Policy in Saudi Arabia. Neoliberalism and English Language Education Policy in the UAE. This book addresses issues surrounding writing centers in the Arabian Gulf region. Including a foreword by Professor Ken Hyland, it brings together a number of thought-provoking chapters on the history, concept, and ground realities coupled with critical comparative discussions of writing centres in the region.
Therefore, the focus was shifted to create a grass root maintenance society to represent all maintenance and reliability professionals in the Arabian Gulf Region. From there, 26 maintenance professionals from major companies in the Gulf (Saudi Aramco, SABIC, BAPCO, KOC, QP, PDO, ALBA and others) started meeting in early with an intent to.
Investigates the attitudes towards women held by 5, Kuwaiti and 7, Qatari professional men and women respectively, 53 men and 67 women Qatari college students, 26 Qatari college men student‐father pairs, and 36 Qatari women student‐mother pairs.
Explains the predictive utility of sex, nationality, age, education, marital and parental status, and sex‐role Cited by: Education, development and sustainability in Qatar: A case study of economic and knowledge transformation in the Arabian Gulf.
Building a knowledge society on sand - When the modernist project confronts the traditional cultural values in the Gulf. Abstract. The purpose of this chapter is to provide a historical perspective on the origins of excellence in education in addition to an explanation of provisions available to gifted and talented children in the Arabian Gulf region and the Arabic countries in the Middle by: 9.
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