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1 Curriculum Bachelor of Science in Library and Information Science / Librarian DB Curriculum The Royal School of Library and Information Science (RSLIS), Denmark 2004

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Foreword...3 The objective of the course...4 Curriculum for the Bachelor s Degree 2004: Overview...2 Overview of examinations on the Bachelor s Degree...2 Course descriptions...3 The Danish Library and Information Sector...3 Sociology of Knowledge and Scientific Communication...4 Culture and media...4 Information retrieval and communication I...5 Knowledge organisation I: indexing theory and the representation of documents...5 Research methods...6 Knowledge organisation II: Indexing languages and subject representations...7 Information retrieval and information communication II...7 Organisation and finance...8 Knowledge organisation III: Design of Information Systems...9 Optional courses th semester s optional choices: Knowledge organisation, information selection and information retrieval within subjects and domains th semester s subject choices: Information studies, communication studies and media studies th semester s subject choice: Optional library and information science subjects...11 The Final Year Project...11 Field practice arrangements...12 Syllabus and forms of tuition...12 s and assessments...13 Transfer rules...13 Evaluation of tuition courses...14 Appendix 1: The workplace-related project in the 7 th semester

3 Foreword The curriculum is drawn up in accordance with the Ministry of Cultural Affairs statutory order on Bachelor s Degrees and Master s Degrees, etc. at the Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark (no. 460 of 15 June 1998) and deals with the 3-year Bachelor s Degree in Library and Information Science. Following the Bachelor s Degree, the student can choose to continue for a further ½ year (seventh semester) to Librarian DB and achieve business competence to work as a librarian in the public and private library system. The Librarian DB course is covered by a special curriculum that is printed in this issue. The Bachelor s Degree in Library and Information Science also gives the opportunity for applying to the School s Master of Science in Library and Information Science or to other Master s Degree courses where it is judged that the subjects in the RSLIS s Bachelor s Degree can form an adequate and relevant basis for advanced education. conditions, rules on examinations, points scales and other exam-related conditions, including the appeal statutory order and suchlike, are printed in a separate publication: Rules regarding study conditions and examinations, etc. for the Bachelor s and Master s courses in Library and Information Science. The publication is available on the RSLIS Library homepage under Courses Study Guidelines. 3

4 The objective of the course The Bachelor s Degree in Library and Information Science has been set up with the objective of creating a course with a broad professional orientation. It is aimed particularly at public and research libraries but also at the private business world s information services; increasing the students options to themselves choose study areas and to specialise according to their interests and wishes for future fields of work; offering a course that is analytically orientated, interdisciplinary and methodical; giving the students a good basis for completing a Master s Degree. This is achieved, among other things, by the course being arranged with regard to the modern technological development, with emphasis on analysis and methods and optional systems so that the students can become more deeply involved according to their interests and on a businessorientated basis with selected areas. The study as a whole will help to give the student qualifications to be able to enter, analyse and evaluate specialist and theoretical problems use theoretical knowledge and creativity to analyse and solve practical and organisational problems establish a critical and analytical standard on theoretical problems work independently and make decisions cooperate with others, including working in teams or smaller groups vary and target communications communicate own work in writing or orally exceed or plan long-term study or work courses organise and structure own work. 4

5 Curriculum for the Bachelor s Degree 2004: Overview The following overview shows the courses that are included in the Degree. The weighting of the courses is shown in the ECTS (European Credit Transfer System). ECTS is a unit of measurement that shows the relative weight of the courses in accordance with a common EU system for the comparison of courses. A student s work in one study year corresponds to 60 ECTS. A student s work during one semester corresponds to 30 ECTS. Semester / Subject 1. Knowledge organisation I: Indexing theory and document representation theory 5 ECTS Knowledge organisation I: Indexing theory and document representation theory 5 ECTS Information retrieval and communication 5 ECTS Information retrieval and communication I 10 ECTS Library and society 7 ECTS Research methods 6 ECTS Science of sociology and scientific communication 5 ECTS Culture and media 8 ECTS Culture and media 9 ECTS 3. Knowledge organisation II: Indexing language and subject representations 6 ECTS Information retrieval and communication II 7 ECTS Research methods 4 ECTS Organisation and finance 13 ECTS 4. Knowledge organisation III: Design of Information Systems 6 ECTS 4 th semester s optional subject 24 ECTS 5. 5 th semester s subject studies I 15 ECTS 6. 6 th semester s optional subject 20 ECTS 5 th semester s subject studies II 15 ECTS Final Year Project 10 ECTS A dotted line between courses that last for 2 semesters indicates that the examination will not be until the end of the semesters. 2

6 Overview of examinations on the Bachelor s Degree The following overview shows the examination forms with which the courses can be concluded. Semester Course Scope - ECTS 1 st semester 2 nd semester 3 rd semester 4 th semester 5 th semester 6 th semester The Danish Library and Information Sector Sociology of Science and scientific communication Form Internal / external assessment 1) 7 Oral External 5 3-day home assignment Internal Culture and media (1 st 2 nd semesters) 17 Oral External Information Retrieval and 15 Oral External Communication as well as Advanced Information Retrieval I (1 st 2 nd semester) Knowledge Organisation I: Indexing Theory and Document Presentation (1 st 2 nd semester) 10 Written External Knowledge Organisation II: Indexing 6 Substitution paper Internal language and subject representations Information retrieval and communication 7 Substitution paper Internal II Research Methods (2 nd 3 rd semester) 10 Oral External Organisation and finance 13 7-day home assignment External Knowledge organisation III: Design of 6 Substitution paper Internal information systems 4 th semester s optional choice 24 Project assignment and oral presentation External 5 th semester s subject studies I 2) 15 Substitution paper in the form Internal of a written assignment with presentation 5 th semester s subject study II 2) 15 Study assignment External 6 th semester s optional choice 20 Substitution paper Internal Final Year Project 10 Final Year Project External 7 th semester The workplace-related project 30 Project assignment External Notes: 1) An internal test will be assessed by one or more tutors at the Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark (the examiner(s)). With an external assessment, in addition to one or more examiners, there will also be an external examiner appointed by the Minister of cultural affairs. 2) The student will choose two optional subjects during the semester and will himself choose which subject will be assessed by substitution paper and which by study assignment before an external examiner. 2

7 Course descriptions The curriculum describes the individual courses on a general level with an objective, a content and the form of tuition and examination of the courses. The curriculum s course descriptions are concretised semester by semester in the curriculum. The curriculum contains a syllabus for each course and any supplementary literature, a specified content description that will also include specifications of particular activities such as field practice, and finally state specific requirements and terms in connection with the examination. The curricula will be given out to the students together with the timetable before each semester. The Danish Library and Information Sector Description of objective The objective of the course is to give the students knowledge of important problems linked to Libraries, Documentation and Information (BDI or LIS), the emergence and development of the sector and its relations to various types of society and forms of culture. It endeavours to put the students in a position to evaluate important BDI subject, sociocultural and cultural policy problems and contexts, including the role of information, libraries and other knowledge communicating institutions in the modern knowledge society. The course also aims to help to develop an understanding of the identity, self-knowledge and professionalism of the librarian and the information specialist. The history of the libraries and information and knowledge communicating institutions in Denmark and abroad, with emphasis on knowledge of their emergence, development and function as a part of the national and international social and cultural development The objective of different types of library, user basis, assignments, function areas and services and service principles The organisation of the BDI area illustrated from an internationally comparative perspective (comparative librarianship) The cooperating Danish library system and the Nordic, European and international cooperation in the BDI area Cultural, education and information policy objectives over the times, formulated by legislation and licensing authorities, political and specialist organisations, the BDI area s institutions, individual persons, etc. Legislation, general rules and central guidelines of significance to the library, documentation and information field The BDI department s theoretical and methodological aspects. Lectures, group discussions, exercises and presentations by the students. Also included are study visits to libraries with subsequent written and oral presentations. The examination An oral examination with an external examiner and assessment in accordance with the 13-point scale. 3

8 Sociology of Knowledge and Scientific Communication Description of objective The objective of the course is to give the students knowledge of scientific communication systems and thereby impart to them an over all understanding of the specialist communities and principal elements included therein, e.g. researchers, newspapers, books, libraries and databases, lexical and key literature and communication literature. The aim of the course is also to put the students in a position to identify the main types of specialist literature and to include and evaluate various works and information channels in a sociological knowledge reference framework. Introduction to the sociology of knowledge The production of knowledge and organisation of research Communication models, producers of knowledge and user groups, formal and informal types of communication Differences and similarities between various domains (e.g. natural science, social science and the humanities) Functional systems (the primary, secondary and tertiary communication systems) Document types and their functions Development lines in the technical forms of communication, including the transition from printed to electronic documentation systems Research communications (e.g. popularisation) Scientific theory ideals behind production, documentation, communication and the use of information. Forms of Tuition Group instruction with student presentations, exercises and lectures at class level. 3-day home assignment with internal pass / fail assessment. Culture and media The objective of the course is to give students knowledge of central players, institutions and problems in the international and Danish cultural life and their special contemporary and historical relation to the BDI institutions. The course gives the students knowledge of the cultural vision and use of media and puts the students in a position to analyse production, storage, communication and consumption of aesthetic and other cultural products with a view to analysing and evaluating contemporary and future problems within culture communication. Principal features of the history of Western culture and media, particularly including the conditions that are of significance to the understanding of the libraries and their work assignments introduction to the circles and the literary market of the cultural products, historically and contemporarily introduction to Danish culture policy, especially including conditions concerning libraries, literature and child culture introduction to relevant cultural communication theories, media theories and media types with particular emphasis on information technology. 4

9 Group instruction, lectures, discussions, exercises, student presentations and minor projects. Oral examination with external examiner and assessment in accordance with the 13-point scale. Information retrieval and communication I The objective of this course is to put the students in a position to plan and implement fundamental searches in various types of information source, evaluate various information search tools, select relevant information sources in relation to a given information requirement, use appropriate search strategies and tactics, select and evaluate relevant information resources and implement quality searches. Typology: Sources of information retrieval, printed and electronic Information retrieval: theory and method, choice of tools, search strategies and tactics, subject entries Information seeking and information retrieval theories: the information communication process, the quality of reference work, borrower librarian dialogue and the nature of the information requirement. The course is continued in Information retrieval and communication II in the third semester. Lectures and group discussion, partly to cover theoretical introductions, partly the presentation of exercises with which the students will work out of hours. In addition to this, cases will be used where the students work independently on a subject, based on own literature choice. Oral examination with an external examiner and assessment in accordance with the 13-point scale. Knowledge organisation I: indexing theory and the presentation of documents The objective of the course is to give the students knowledge of central and basic problem areas in registration theory and methods and to put them in a position to analyse bibliographic units and evaluate the functionality of the document presentations. 5

10 Registration theory The universe of the registration Processes and methods of analysis Registration standards, including the Danish cataloguing rules, danmarc2,dk5, DBC s subject list Subject analysis Data quality of both descriptive, normative and subject data Functionality requirements Presentation of documents Group instruction with obligatory student presentation, exercises and lectures at class level. Written examination with an external examiner and assessment in accordance with the 13-point scale. Research methods The objective of the course is to give the students a broad basis for being able to work with and evaluate research processes and results within the subject areas aimed at by the course, including giving a library and information science-orientated introduction to central scientific theorists and the understanding of methods, as well as proficiencies in the use of concrete qualitative and quantitative methods and tools of relevance to practice and research in library and information science-related problems. Social science theorists and the understanding of methods Basic theoretical science and research policy problems Qualitative investigation methodology (qualitative research interviews, case studies, etc.) Quantitative investigation methodology (statistical analysis, experiments, correlative and descriptive investigations, method design, effect, investigations observation methods) Data collection, data processing, data analysis and data interpretation Investigation design, presentation and communication of results Research methodology terminology Exercises and student presentations, project work, lectures and tutoring. Oral examination with an external examiner and assessment in accordance with the 13-point scale. 6

11 Knowledge organisation II: Indexing languages and subject representations The objective of the course is to give the students knowledge about the development within indexing theory, various types of indexing language, their structure and function, and to put them in a position to use and evaluate various methods of designing classification systems and controlled verbal indexing language. Theories on indexing languages Theories on the designing of classification systems Structure of thesauri Indexing policies Evaluation of subject representation systems The relevance concept The history of the indexing languages Registration policy and economy The tuition is carried out as group instruction with obligatory student presentations, exercises, as well as lectures at class level. Substitution paper with internal assessment of pass / fail. The type of substitution paper will be stated at the start of the semester. Make up and re-take examinations will take place either as an oral examination, a 3-day home assignment or a 4-hour written examination. The re-take examination will be the same for all courses within the same subject and will be shown in the subject curriculum. Information retrieval and information communication II The objective of the course is to continue and expand the students knowledge of advanced information retrieval and the capacity to evaluate search results, information refinement and presentation, and to put them in a position to use advanced search methods and analyse and evaluate the content and search systems of information systems. The course will continue and expand on the subjects and problems dealt with in the course entitled Information retrieval and information communication I during the first and second semesters. It will emphasise advanced search methods and search strategies on the Internet and in various types of database. A central theme will be quality evaluation of both Internet documents and databases and search machines. The course includes the following subject areas: 7

12 IR techniques Advanced information retrieval (bibliographic databases, full text databases, fact databases) The relevance concept Evaluation of Internet documents, databases and search machines Information refinement and presentation. Lectures and group instruction. In addition, cases will be used where the students independently work with a subject based on own literature choice. Substitution paper with internal assessment of pass / fail. The type of substitution paper will be stated at the start of the semester. Make up and re-take examinations will take place either as an oral examination, a 3-day home assignment or a 4-hour written examination. The re-take examination will be the same for all courses within the same subject and will be shown in the subject curriculum Organisation and finance The objective of the course is to give the students knowledge on organisational theory concepts, methods and research results as a precondition for understanding and constructively participating in management processes and organisation analyses as employees or as managers. The objective of the course is also to put the students in a position to be able to critically evaluate results of organisation theory analyses and consultant reports. Various organisation theory standards and their consequences User options, including strengths and weaknesses, for various organisation theory access and analysis models, e.g. cultural analysis, market analysis and strategic analysis Management functions and management processes, e.g. planning, organising, control, evaluation and self-evaluation, strategic planning, quality control, innovation, management of change, organisation design, marketing, communication, organisational teaching, knowledge control and personnel management Modern management theories Economic problems and concepts in both the public and the private sector, such as budget and budgeting, accounts, expenditure and price Administration and case handling in the public sector Basic organisation theory concepts and terminology Organisation culture. Project work, student presentations, lectures, guidelines, field studies, study visits and case work. 7-day home assignment with an external examiner and assessment in accordance with the 13- point scale. 8

13 Knowledge organisation III: Design of Information Systems The objective of the course is to put the students in a position to use knowledge on the structuring of bibliographical data, functionality requirements and analysis, as well as evaluation methods and conceptual design of bibliographic information systems. The course deals with the following subject areas: General analysis methods Concrete analysis methods Functional requirements Conversion of bibliographical data Data quality The conversion of attributes into various formats Design of bibliographic retrieval systems Group instruction with student presentations, exercises and lectures at class level. Substitution paper with internal assessment of pass / fail. The type of substitution paper will be stated at the start of the semester. Make up and re-take examinations will take place either as an oral examination, a 3-day home assignment or a 4-hour written examination. The re-take examination will be the same for all courses within the same subject and will be shown in the subject curriculum. Optional courses The course includes 4 optional courses: 4 th semester s optional subject Knowledge organisation, information selection and information retrieval within subjects and domains 5 th semester s subject choices Information studies, communication studies and media studies (the student chooses 2 courses) 6 th semester s optional subject Optional library and information science subject The optional courses are offered by the institutions, and the resource frameworks of the institutions determine which courses are offered and carried out. Curricula for optional courses are sent out in April and November each year, applicable to the following semester. The students will state their chosen options in order of priority, and both first and second priority choices will always be given. Even though it is our aim, it cannot always be guaranteed that all students will be able to do their first choice. The students that are not able to do their first choice will be given preference in their following choice. 9

14 4 th semester s optional choices: Knowledge organisation, information selection and information retrieval within subjects and domains This tuition course will include 24 ECTS in the 4 th semester. The objective of this course is to put the student in a position to analyse and evaluate the way in which domain-specific terms and criteria affect knowledge organisation, information selection and information retrieval within a chosen subject or area. The course deals with knowledge organisation, information selection and information retrieval within a defined subject or area (domain). The course is related to larger subject groups, such as social subjects, the humanities, natural science / technology or culture, but with the option of going deeper into more specific subjects and domains. Lectures, projects and workshops. Project assignment with oral presentation. External examiner. Assessment in accordance with the 13-point scale. 5 th semester s subject choices: Information studies, communication studies and media studies The course will cover 30 ECTS points divided between two subjects with 15 ECTS for each subject. The objective of the 5 th semester s subject choices is to develop the students competences from a theoretical and a practical standard to independently implement more detailed analyses and evaluations within the frameworks of the subjects offered. The 2 project courses are implemented within the following thematic areas: User and media studies, which deals with both different user groups specific information structures and information behaviour, and various media (e.g. children s literature, fictional literature for adults, image media, music, newspapers, CD ROMs and the Internet). Knowledge organisation, information retrieval and communication, which deals with theories, methods and models concerning the organisation of knowledge, information retrieval, search behaviour and interaction between systems and people. Information management and information economy, which gives the students a basis for understanding the fundamental principles and methods within information management, knowledge management and information economy, with particular focus on knowledge and information in commercial and organisational contexts. Cultural planning and communication, which places the cultural policy practice in a theoretical cultural context and puts the student in a position to analyse, evaluate and plan within the institutional and project frameworks of the cultural area, as well as to analyse problems within the culture and media debate. 10

15 Problem-orientated project work with regard to the special content of the themes offered. One of the two chosen subjects will be examined by a substitution paper in the form of a written substitution assignment with oral presentation. The make up and re-take examinations will take place either as an oral examination, a 3-day home assignment or a 4-hour written examination. The re-take examination will be the same for all courses within the same subject and will be shown in the subject curriculum. The second of the two chosen subjects will be examined in the form of a study assignment and an external examiner in accordance with the 13-point scale. 6 th semester s subject choice: Optional library and information science subjects This course is offered within the whole of the School s subject area. The objective of the course is to put the students in a position to analyse and evaluate selected library and information science problems and thereby develop the students ability to select and use important theories, methods and research results in relation to the subject. The content lies within central library and information science problems, but varies depending on the student s choice. The tuition can be arranged as collected courses or as a mixture of group instruction, seminars, project work and individual supervision hours. Substitution paper with assessment of pass / fail. The Final Year Project The Final Year Project covers 10 ECTS. Objective The objective of the Final Year Project is for the students to be in a position to work independently with a central problem within the BDI area in a way that shows lateral thinking in the use of the subject s theories and methods and demonstrates knowledge of and the ability to evaluate the most important research / literature and other materials of relevance to the Final Year Project subject. The Principal form of tuition is supervision. 11

16 The Final Year Project will fulfil the normal requirements for study assignments. Assessment will take place in accordance with the 13-point scale by an external examiner. Field practice arrangements Field practice is a common designation for various activities where students come into contact with libraries, organisations, institutions and businesses outside of the Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark, and to observe or investigate various conditions that may illustrate subjects from the tuition at the School or form the basis for drawing up assignments. Field practice is normally carried out as one or more visits, and will always be agreed in advance with the contact person at the relevant place. Field practice can be used within all of the Degree course disciplines. Objective The objective of the field practice is to give the students an insight into practical work within the library and information science area with a view to illustrating and putting the theoretical tuition into perspective. Forms There are three Principal forms of field practice. The lines between the individual forms can be flexible, however: 1. Visiting practice, which comprises short visits with participation by up to a whole group or perhaps half a class of students 2. Secondment practice, which is more long term or visits undertaken by a small number of students, and where it is possible to study, for example, a work function in greater depth 3. Investigation practice, where the students undertake an actual investigation of a problem at the place of practice, e.g. a questionnaire or an interview investigation. Syllabus and forms of tuition The basis for tuition is described in the curriculum. The tuition on the Bachelor s Degree course will be a combination of pegagogic forms, including: Group tuition Lectures Exercises Supervision Project work Field practice The scope of the set literature is established as a number of normal pages. A normal page in this curriculum means one page of an average of characters, including spaces. 12

17 The scope of the syllabus varies from course to course, but normally around 100 normal pages are read per ECTS point. The literature is at a scientific level. s and assessments The following types of examination are used: 1. Oral examinations 2. Written examinations Written examination Study assignment Study assignment with oral presentation Home assignment Final Year Project 3. Substitution paper Substitution paper assignment in connection with the tuition Project work and project assignments Oral presentation in connection with the tuition Combinations of these Portfolio assessment. s may be individual examinations or group examinations. Assessments may be internal or external. An external assessment involves an external examiner appointed by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs. An internal examination is assessed by the head of the subject. The examinations may be assessed in accordance with the 13-point scale or with the mark of pass / fail. An external examination will always be assessed in accordance with the 13-point scale. In accordance with 19 of the statutory order on the course, a student may enter for the same examination or another form of assessment no more than 3 times. If a student fails twice in one examination wherein there is no external examiner, the student may request that the third examination take place with the use of an external examiner. If it is a question of a course where the form of examination is a substitution paper, any third examination with an external examiner will take place either as an oral examination, a 3-day home assignment or a 4-hour written examination. The form of re-take examination will be the same for all courses within the same subject and is shown in the curriculum for the subject. Rules regarding examinations are laid down in more detail in Rules regarding study conditions and examinations, etc. for the Bachelor s and Master s Degrees in Library and Information Science. Transfer rules Amended rules apply to the form of make up and re-take examinations for substation papers for years 2002 and 2003, so that the make up and re-take examinations will take place either as an oral examination, a 3-day home assignment or a 4-hour written examination. For the year 2002, the amendment applies as of and including the 5 th semester, and for year 2003 the amendment applies as of and including the 3 rd semester. 13

18 Evaluation of tuition courses Continuous evaluations are undertaken to adjust and improve on the tuition. Evaluations can be used to both see new perspectives on each subject and to implement or produce concrete proposals for amendments and improvements to the tuition. This requires both lecturers and students to participate actively and positively in these evaluations. It must be emphasised that the evaluation is reciprocal, as a tuition course must be viewed as a cooperation situation between two responsible parties. Evaluation can be divided into 2 phases. The first phase is the continuous evaluation of the individual courses throughout the semester. Here, the students and the individual tutor will together jointly evaluate and discuss the tuition (e.g minutes a month). The final part is the evaluation of the whole semester, that will be organised by an evaluation committee appointed by the Board of Studies. The following checklist will be understood to constitute a basis or a catalogue of ideas for an evaluation. The students and the tutor will use the catalogue of ideas or a part thereof if it appears that it could be appropriate in the given situation. A. Evaluation of subject aims and their fulfilment evaluation of the content of the subject aims fulfilment of the subject aims B. Evaluation of the course of study presentation of the semester and the individual course in relation to the curriculum subject cooperation link with the other courses in the semester interdisciplinary nature preparation requirements C. Evaluation of the pedagogic form form of tuition group work, group instruction, dialogue, monologue link between theory and practice D. Evaluation of examination requirements content level relevance in relation to subject aims pedagogic structure. 14

19 Appendix 1: The workplace-related project in the 7 th semester (Curriculum produced by the School Council on 17 April 2001) Objective The overall objective of the workplace-related project is for the students to be able to test theoretical competences from the Bachelor s Degree in Library and Information Science on a practical reality basis in the BDI sector. Furthermore, the students will gain knowledge of relevant problems in the BDI sector. Scope and content The semester consists of the following elements with the following weighting: ECTS (Per cent) Seminar tuition Supervision 8 (25 %) Field practice Project assignment 22 (75 %) Total 30 (100 %) Progress of the semester Introduction to the project work Approximately the first three weeks will consist of an intensive course as a mixture of: Project supervision Tuition / Workshops Contact with practice library / practice business Drawing up a project plan. Field practice / project period. The practice / project will be implemented in a library or another business Drawing up a project assignment Submission of a project assignment. Guidelines for the project assignment Types of project assignment It is possible to visualise various methods of implementing this semester. This means that the form of the project assignment can also vary. Two options can be imagined overall: Type A: One option is for the student to develop an own product during the semester: a service, an IT-based product, an arrangement, a display, a report or something else. Type B: Another option is for the student to select a project assignment that is to a greater extent like an investigation or an analysis of a practice-orientated problem. More detailed rules on the scope of the project assignment will be established in the curriculum. The project assignment will also follow the general guidelines on written assignments at the Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark. 15

20 Objective of the knowledge For the students to gain knowledge: regarding relevant problems in the BDI sector regarding practical and concrete problems linked to the work life in the BDI sector regarding work methods and work tools used in the BDI sector regarding real forms of management and cooperation in the BDI sector regarding the surrounding relations of the project library / project business (policies, administration, users / customers, suppliers) Objective of the proficiencies For the students to gain concrete proficiencies in: contributing independently and constructively to the development of a concrete service, a product, an IT service or similar entering into or solving practical and day-to-day problems of significance to the solution for a work assignment entering into cooperation relations using and transferring theory and knowledge from the Bachelor s Degree into a practical context in a library / a business using and analysing the significance of the surrounding relations of the project library / project business (policies, administration, users / customers, suppliers) for the success of the project. Syllabus will vary, depending on the character of the individual project. Form of The project assignment will be assessed by an external examiner in accordance with the 13-point scale. Rights The library or the business in which the practice / project is carried out will have the right to use the results of the project work and will be entitled to obtain a copy of the project assignment and any product. Any expenses in connection therewith will fall to the library / business. The library / business and the student will establish agreements on the rights to the results of the project work in connection with the project plan. 16

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