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 Dr. Gavin Davis

Position: Senior Lecturer
Faculty: Faculty of Arts
Qualifications: B.Bibl. B. Bibl (Hons), M. Bibl PhD (UWC)
Tel: 021 9592137




Davis, G. 2016. Langarm musiek vanaf die Kaap tot in Gauteng: 'n Bruinmens-ding. In W.A.M. Carstens & M. Le Cordeur (eds) ​Ons kom van ver: in memory of Adam Small. Tygervallei: Naledi, pp.272-283

Davis, G R. 2009. Towards a transformed library and information sector in South Africa: rethinking roles. 2009. South African Journal of Libraries and Information Science. 75 (2): 131 – 137

Davis, G R. 2008. Information behaviour and the undergraduate student: a South African perspective. In  Mahdollisuuksien ikkunoita (Finnish publication), Holma, A and Punelpuro, N (Eds): pp188 – 210

Review of article: Identifying KM in the Subject Librarians' unit of Pietermaritzburg campus Main library: article submitted to SAJLIS, 2007

Davis, G R. 2006. Information skills for knowledge management in developing communities: complexity or complacency? In Mchombu, K et al. (eds.). Librarianship as a bridge to an information and knowledge society in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa . Proceedings of the XVII Standing Conference of Eastern, Central and Southern African Library and Information Associations.  Dar es Salaam : Library and Information Association of Tanzania : 245 ' 265.

Davis, G. R. 2006. Information searching skills of undergraduates at two historically disadvantaged institutions in the Western Cape : a cognitive approach. PROLISSA 2006. Fourth Biennial DISSANET conference (CD Rom)

Theron, C. & Davis, G R. 2005. Indexing in context. In Indexing for Southern Africa : a celebration of Asaib's first decade. Burger, M (ed.). Pretoria : Unisa, pp. 7 ' 19

An appraisal of Indexing for Southern Africa : a celebration of Asaib's first decade. Burger, M (ed.). Pretoria : Unisa., 2005




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