Show simple item record Moshoeshoe-Chadzingwa, M. M. 2017-02-27T10:55:10Z 2017-02-27T10:55:10Z 2017-02-24
dc.description.abstract The course introduces students to concepts of ethics in general, and information ethics specifically. The Course aims to impart knowledge to learners, of information ethics and understanding the legal aspects as pertaining production, use, management and ownership of information and information services. The aim is for students to appreciate the importance of the protection of the rights of all stakeholders thereon. The issue of legal aspects in terms of Access to, Availability and use of information is looked at in relation to the historical practices of ownership of information, versus access. Learners are then exposed to latest trends worldwide & in such matters as Professionalism, Open Access, Copyright, Marrakesh Treaty, Digital Wellness, users with physical disabilities such as the VIPs and the role of professional bodies locally and globally. en_ZA
dc.language.iso en en_ZA
dc.title Library and Information Ethics en_ZA
dc.type Presentation en_ZA
dc.identifier.coursecode LIS 231

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