從台大圖資系學生參加外所甄試入學考試之心路歷程思考圖書資訊學大學部教育之發展

Translated title of the contribution: The mental process of NTU-LIS undergraduates applying for the admission from non-LIS graduate schools : A reflection of LIS undergraduate education in Taiwan

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Abstract

This article explores the problems of LIS undergraduate education in Taiwan
using the methodology of qualitative research. After analyzing interview transcripts,
the researcher induces three major factors (personal, LIS department, and social
environment) as the reasons for these interviewees to apply for the admission from
non-LIS graduate schools. Among these three factors, the “LIS department factor”
is further discussed. The common characteristics among interviewees are then described. At the end, three suggestions are proposed as the conclusion.
Translated title of the contributionThe mental process of NTU-LIS undergraduates applying for the admission from non-LIS graduate schools : A reflection of LIS undergraduate education in Taiwan
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)109-119
Journal中國圖書館學會會報
Volume67
Publication statusPublished - 2001

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