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Bester C, and Malan B. 2016. Information ethics in Africa: curriculum design and implementation. In Innovation: A Journal for Appropriate Librarianship and Information Work in Southern Africa, 52, pp 19-35.
Borgstrom LJ. 2016. Teaching publishing as information technology: a description of a structural editing curriculum at a South African university. In Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 47(4), pp 328-335.
de Beer CS. 2016. Om digitaal te wees: ’n Waarborg of ’n bedreiging vir die toekoms? In South African Journal for Science and Technology/Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Natuurwetenskap en Tegnologie, 35(1), pp 1-9.
de Beer JW, and Bothma TJD. 2016. Alternate reality games (ARG) as innovative digital information sources. In Library Hi Tech, 34(3), pp 433-453.
de Beer M, van der Merwe M, Ball LH, and Fourie I. 2016. Legal deposit of electronic Books - a review of challenges faced by national libraries. In Library Hi Tech, 34(1), pp 87-103.
Dick AL. 2016. Librarians and crises in the ‘old’ and ‘new’ South Africa. In IFLA Journal, 42(2), pp 102-108.
Fourie I, and Meyer A. 2016. Role of libraries in developing an informed and educated nation. In Library Hi Tech, 34(3), pp 422-432.
Kleinveldt L, Schutte M, and Stilwell C. 2016. Embedded librarianship and Blackboard usage to manage knowledge and support blended learning at a South African university of technology. In South African Journal of Libraries and Information Science, 82(1), pp 62-74.
le Sueur C. 2016. Citizenship in the Information Society: protecting cyber-citizens from emerging problems through government regulation, ICT design and Information Ethics. In Innovation: A Journal for Appropriate Librarianship and Information Work in Southern Africa, 52, pp 3-18.
Lor PJ. 2016. Risks and bene ts of visibility: librarians navigating social and political turbulence. In Library Trends, 65(2), pp 108-127.
Marshall L, Pieterse V, Thompson JE, and Venter D. 2016. Exploration of participation in student software engineering teams. In ACM Transactions on Computing Education, 16(2), pp 1-38.
Nel MA, and Fourie I. 2016. Information behavior and expectations of veterinary researchers and their requirements for academic library services. In Journal of Academic Librarianship, 42(2), pp 44-54.
Sturges RP. 2016. Intellectual freedom, libraries and democracy. In LIBRI, 66(3), pp 167-177.
van Wyk B, and du Toit ASA. 2016. A survey of sustainable curation in research repositories of higher education institutions in Southern Africa. In African Journal of Library Archives and Information Science, 26(2), pp 107-117.
Sturges RP, Burnett P, and Dick AL. 2016. Anglophone Africa: Ibadan sixty years on an historical survey and review of trends in African LIS education. In Educating the profession: 40 years of the IFLA section on education and training. De Gruyter.
Fischer R, Bester C, and Britz JJ. 2016. The train has left the station: chronicles of the African Network for Information Ethics and the African Centre of Excellence for Information Ethics. In Information cultures in the digital age: a festschrift in honor of Rafael Capurro. Springer.
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