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Competency in media and health information literacy (MHIL) is important as a tool for lifelong learning, which provides people with opportunities to make informed decisions about healthy living. In order to improve knowledge about how senior citizens lifelong learning can be supported, the study investigated various aspects of MHIL among seniors: motivation, information seeking behaviour and evaluation of information in the Media, from Health specialists and on the Internet (Ágústa Pálsdóttir)

In order to fulfil comparative assessment of research activities of the universities of Ukraine and Belarus the authors introduced a set of bibliometric indicators. A comparative assessment of the research activities of corresponding universities was fulfilled; the data on the leading universities are presented (Vladimir Lazarev, Serhii Nazarovets, Alexey Skalaban)

The three volumes of the Treatise were published between 2013 and 2017. It is for the first time in the Romanian LIS literature when such an amount of specialized information is brought together, in a single source: this is the first library science treatise published in our country, therefore it has become shortly a reference for all Romanian librarians and information science specialists (Corina Apostoleanu)

 

Published: 2017-12-31

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