Attributes of Librarianship as Academic Discipline

Jennifer Crowell, 56th Force Support Squadron library director, helps Airman 1st Class Zoie Cox, 56th Fighter Wing Public Affairs photojournalist, find an entry in a book April 8, 2019, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. The library houses more than 30,000 books, magazines, and other reference materials as well as internet access, computer stations, and more. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Brooke Moeder)

The phrase ‘academic discipline’ certainly incorporates many elements, such as school discipline, college discipline, and so on. In the institutional scenario, a discipline means a teacher, professor, or a proctor who controls the organization with stipulated rules and regulations. The terms for academic disciplines like Science, Humanities, Arts, and so on are technical terms for the organization of learning and the systematic production of new knowledge {…}


Author: Mulugeta Woldetsadik, Librarian/Information Professional at Hawassa University, Ethiopia [21st Century LIS Network: Information_Knowledge Retrieval & Dissemination Platform]

Mulugeta Woldetsadik, Librarian/Information Professional @ Hawassa University, , Sidama Region, Ethiopia

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