3rd Bachelor in Library and Information Technology

International libraries and documentation centres

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ECTS Credits2
Number of Hours (h/year)15
Teaching staffONCKELINX, Jean-Luc
Course UnitCompulsory
TermQuad. 1

Internet skills

Aims and Objectives

Show the variety, potential and wealth of information available in international agencies


The course aims to guide students through the complexities of international relations and the great variety of international agencies, both governmental and non governmental.

A first theoretical chapter attempts to identify objects and agents of international relations, and to examine international strategies.

The second part is devoted to an analysis of major institutions in greater detail.

The course is based on current world events. It tries to highlight roles played by large organizations and describe their operational methods. It also shows the kind of information available in these organizations.

It is a critical of information resources provide to the public and attempts to give some advice to compensate loopholes and shortcomings of available systems.


Manuel d’introduction aux sciences politiques

Introduction au droit international

Information en provenance des institutions visitées


Teaching and Learning Methods

Lectures and practical activities

Assessment MethodsOral examinations

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