Head of Department
Course Director for LIS programmes
Main subjects taught:
- Collection development
- Information sources and reference
- Information systems
- Social media, Library 2.0
- Research methods
+36 57/502-489 firstname.lastname@example.org
Room number: 120
Dr. habil.: University of Debrecen, Debrecen;
PhD.: Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest;
Certificate of Advanced Studies in Library and Information Science: Kent State University, Kent, OH;
M.A. Russian: Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest;
B.A. Hungarian and Russian: Juhász Gyula College, Szeged;
Since 1981 I worked as an information officer, then as director of different academic libraries. From 1992 I was also involved in part-time teachingactivitiesin different institutions, including translator and library and information science education. From 2004 I have been working as a full-time LISteaching staff member at Szent István Universityand (until 2012)the University of West Hungary.
I won ten exchange scholarships for short term study tours to several European countries, two of them allowed one month research activities each.
In 2011 I studied the content, structure and methods of the Information Architecture and Knowledge Management (IAKM) program at the School of Library an Information Science of Kent State University, Kent, Ohio as a Fulbright Research Scholar. See a video (from 2:59)
Conceptions, Ideas, What Else? Information Literacy in Hungary. (co-author) In:WorldwideCommonalitiesandChallengesinInformationLiteracyResearchandPractice. Springer International Publishing, 2013, 625-631.