Mrs Lisa Thompson

 

Qualifications:

BA, UKZN

HDE, UKZN

BEd, UKZN

HDLS, UKZN

MIS, UKZN

 

Consultation Hours:
Tuesdays:  10:30 - 12:30
Wednesdays:  11:30 - 13:30 


Modules Offered:

AIM 101, 111, 112, Summer & Winter schools

INL 210 - Information Seeking & Retrieval (Practical) (Co-ordinator)

INL 230 - User Studies & Dissemination (Co-ordinator)

INL 220 - Representation & Organisation (Co-ordinator)

INL 360 - Information & Knowledge Society

INL 370 - Experiential Learning Project (Co-ordinator)

INY 730 - Information Communincation (Co-ordinator)

 

Lisa Thompson joined the Department as a lecturer in 1999 where apart form lecturing she was involved in writing the course material for CIL 174.

She has worked as a professional librarian in a number of libraries since 1988. Prior to that, she was a lecturer in a teachers’ training college in Kwa-Zulu Natal.

 

Recent Publications:

Hartzer et al. 1998. Web information services at the University of South Africa: a work in progress. Library trends 47(1):91-116.

Thompson, J. E. 1998. Work in progress: development of Research Information Skills course for master’s students. Mousaion 16(2):125-129.

Thompson, J. E. 1999. An information literacy initiative at the University of Pretoria. Innovation 19:36-37.

Thompson, J. E. 2000 Information literacy - collaboration between the University of Pretoria and the Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education. Proceedings of the 21st annual IATUL conference Queensland University of Thechnology, Bribsane Queensland Australia 3rd-7th July 2000.

Thompson, J E. and Cronjé 2001 A dynamic model of information literacy acquisition. Mousaion 19(2):3-14.

Thompson, J.E. 2002 Gender research methods and techniques 1: the Internet. Institute for Women’s and Gender Studies. University of Pretoria. Occasional paper No. 3. ISBN 186854477X. (Wyckoff-Wheeler, D. (ed)

Carr, A & Thompson, L.Using Brookes equation of Information Science to define teaching and learning

Vreda Pieterse, Marko Van Eekelen, & Lisa Thompson, Performance of Short-lived Software Engineering Student Teams is Unpredictable.

 

Conference presentations

Thompson, J. E. 2000 Information literacy - collaboration between the University of Pretoria and the Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education. 21st annual IATUL conference Queensland University of Technology, Bribsane Queensland Australia 3rd-7th July 2000.

Thompson, J E. and Cronjé, J. 2001. Information literacy acquisition, a dynamic model. SAOUG Gauteng 19-21 June 2001.

Jane Elizabeth Thompson. 2001. Teaching information literacy to undergraduates at the university of Pretoria - a progress report. Liasa, Gauteng South Africa 24-28 September 2001.

Jane Elizabeth Thompson. 2001. The role of the Black Sash journal Sash in information provision during the apartheid era. Liasa, Gauteng South Africa 24-28 September 2001.

Thompson, J E. and Cronjé, J. 2001 Information literacy acquisition and university education in a South African context. Online Information 2001 3-5 December 2001, Olympia, London UK.

Jane Elizabeth Thompson. 2002. Are we really educating information workers for the 21st century? Liasa, Port Elizabeth Gauteng South Africa 1-4 October 2002.

Jane Elizabeth Thompson, 2002 Gender research methods and techniques: the Internet. Institute for Women’s and Gender Studies. University of Pretoria. January 2002.

Pieterse, V. and Thompson, L. 2006. “A model for successful student teams,” paper presented to the Southern African Computer Lecturers Association (SACLA), Somerset West , 25-27 June.


 
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