Editorial - LIS Pedagogy in the "New Normal" Learning Environment
Keywords:library and information science education, new normal, COVID-19
In the Philippines, besides public health and the economy, one of the most affected sectors of the pandemic is education. Schools and universities have launched distance and flexible learning modalities accompanied by applicable platforms to continue the learning of the students while ensuring their safety. This is no different for colleges and universities offering library and information science degrees in the undergraduate and graduate levels. In the midst of closed libraries and other cultural institutions such as museums, archives, and local studies centers due to the ongoing community health protocols, the LIS schools continue their role in providing education and training to their students who are set to become librarians, information professionals, archivists, and cultural workers in the near future.
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