How to buy Internationalization of LIS Education in the Asia-Pacific Region book

For librarians and schools offering Library and Information Science programs, this book might be of interest: Internationalization of Library and Information Science Education in the Asia-Pacific Region  edited by Reysa Alenzuela (The University of the South Pacific Emalus Campus, Vanuatu), Heesop Kim (Kyungpook National University, South Korea), and Danilo M. Baylen (University of West Georgia, USA); and published by IGI Global, ©2020.

The book also features papers authored by Filipino librarians such as Lourdes David, Dante Perez, Alicia Esguerra, Ana Mae Cantel, and Reysa Alenzuela.

Book description from the Publisher:
"A critical scholarly resource that examines the internationalization of LIS education to promote, develop, and facilitate engagement and mobility of library professionals around the world with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region. This book can open doors for greater global engagement and cooperation among LIS schools and professional governing bodies in countries that can mutually benefit and propel development to be on par with European and North American counterparts. While highlighting various topics such as global engagement, curriculum design, and knowledge sharing, this book is ideal for academicians, library professionals, instructional designers, researchers, curriculum designers, librarians, educators, and students."

The publisher IGI Global is currently offering a 50% discount on all eBook and eJournal orders from their online bookstore. Here are the steps on how to purchase:

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