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Summer 8-27-2019


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This paper discusses the growth of the library and information science students as an information scientist in the digital age and what library and information science as a course is all about. It also discusses the evolution of knowledge and learning in the past, present and future. It further briefs out the different roles or fields a library and information science students can be applied in the digital age. This article also stresses that library and information science students are also information doctors. Finally, this paper recommends the need for Library and Information Science Students to see themselves as valuable assets in society and also the community at large, especially in the digital age.



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