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2018Some Salient Points to be Considered in Designing and Developing Undergraduate Honors Curriculums: An Experience from BA Honors Degree in Library and Information Science (LIS) in the Department of Library and Information Science, University of Kelaniya, Sri LankaWeerasooriya, W.A.
2010Strategic planning for the University Libraries in Sri LankaWeerasooriya, W.A.
2019Study of Information Literacy Skills among Male Prison Inmates in Sri LankaChandani, J.G.; Weerasooriya, W.A.
2008Teamwork: an essential change management strategy for university libraries in Sri LankaWeerasooriya, W.A.; Deshpande, N.J.
2009Teamwork: an essential change management strategy for university libraries in Sri LankaWeerasooriya, W.A.
2011Threats and opportunities in library education in Sri Lanka: with special reference to Department of Library and Information Science, University of Kelaniya, Sri LankaWeerasooriya, W.A.
2014Threats and opportunities in library education: new strategies in the curriculum development in the Department of Library and Information Science, University of Kelaniya, Sri LankaWeerasooriya, W.A.
2015Threats and opportunities in library education: new strategies in the Curriculum Development in the Department of Library and Information Science, University of Kelaniya, Sri LankaWeerasooriya, W.A.
2014Trend of degree of collaboration of journals related to Humanities and Social Sciences published by Sri Lankan UniversitiesNavaneethakrishnan, S.; Weerasooriya, W.A.
2020Use of Industrial Training for enhancing soft skills of undergraduate in Library and Information Science (LIS), University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka: Present status and future perspectivesWeerasooriya, W.A.
2014Use of management role approach and the relevant competencies for developing the service of public libraries in Sri LankaWeerasooriya, W.A.
2017Use of Top Down and Bottom Up approaches in Library and Information Management (LIM) research with particular reference to the identification of a research problem: A best method for undergraduate and postgraduate study programs.Weerasooriya, W.A.