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 = facultad universitaria. 

Ex.: Mr. Bierman received his B.A. degree from Hanover college, Hanover, Indiana and an M.L.S. from the University of Oklahoma, Norman.

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» college of arts and sciences = universidad.

Ex.: All state-operated colleges of arts and science in New York state were given funds in fiscal year 1987-88 for collection preparation and barcoding.

» SCONUL (Society of College, National and University Libraries) = SCONUL (Sociedad de Bibliotecas Nacionales y Universitarias).

Ex.: In 1966 SCONUL (The Society of College, National and University Libraries) arranged a course, which was really a seminar lasting several days.

» teachers college = facultad de ciencias de la educación.

Ex.: Library instruction for professional education was gaining acceptance in teachers colleges.

» teacher training college = facultad de ciencias de la educación.

Ex.: Students from a local teacher training college assist at times in the library.

» university college = facultad.

Ex.: This article describes the setting up of a permanent exhibition in the newly-created Clinical Research Unit Library at university college Galway, Eire.

                                                                                                                                                                                           

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college2

 = universidad. 

Ex.: Peckham College is a moderately small (1,600 students) private co-educational college in the mid-Atlantic region of the country.

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» community college = colegio universitario municipal. [En USA y Canadá institución académica universitaria donde se imparten cursos principalmente técnicos de dos años de duración y que está subvencionada por la ciudad]

Ex.: A community college district librarian is assigned the task of developing an in-service training program for five community colleges and answering some questions about learning.

» junior college = colegio universitario estatal. [En USA y Canadá institución académica universitaria donde se imparten cursos principalmente técnicos de dos años de duración y que está subvencionada por el estado]

Ex.: There is a real difference of interest between the needs and purposes of research libraries and the public libraries, and I would also throw in the school and almost certainly junior college libraries.

» Open College = Educación a Distancia.

Ex.: The aims of the Open College are described and the methods by which it intends to operate.

» open college = universidad a distancia.

Ex.: In this article the aims of the open college are described and the methods by which it intends to operate.

» state college = colegio universitario estatal. [En USA y Canadá institución académica universitaria donde se imparten cursos principalmente técnicos de dos años de duración y que está subvencionada por el estado]

Ex.: In most public institutions, school, academic, and public libraries, such programs are mandated by the parent institution -- the municipality or county, the state college or university, or the school district.

» university college = universidad.

Ex.: A disaster management workshop was held at Ballarat University College on 11-12 Feb 93.

» vocational college = universidad laboral.

Ex.: There is a strong case to be made for a legal requirement that library services be established in all recognised schools and vocational colleges.

                                                                                                                                                                                           

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college3

 = escuela, instituto, colegio. 

Ex.: Special colleges were established offering technical and practical programs for farmers and laborers.

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» catering college = escuela de hostelería, escuela de restauración, escuela de cocina.

Ex.: Edie's illness had been sudden and Emma had dropped out of catering college to care for the woman who had given birth to her.

» college of further education = institución de enseñanza superior no universitaria.

Ex.: The single term 'college library' covers a broad spectrum of further and higher education, ranging from those housed in colleges of further education, to those in polytechnics and colleges of higher education.

» college of higher education = institución de enseñanza superior no universitaria.

Ex.: The single term 'college library' covers a broad spectrum of further and higher education, ranging from those housed in colleges of further education, to those in polytechnics and colleges of higher education.

» electoral college = colegio electoral.

Ex.: As an institution, the electoral college has been controversial since it was created by the US Constitution.

» invisible college = colegio invisible. [Información que un investigador obtiene a través de contactos personales con otros colegas]

Ex.: It must be remembered that users do not depend solely on libraries for information; scientists, for instance, turn first to colleagues, then to their own journals, books, and reports, to conferences, and to the 'invisible college' (personal network of unprinted information that flows back and forth).

                                                                                                                                                                                           

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 = universitario. 

Ex.: This article argues that critical thinking, a long sought after goal in the US educational system, may be taught efficiently through the agency of library use instructions within the college environment.

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» ACRL (Association of College and Research Libraries) = ACRL (Asociación de Bibliotecas Universitarias y de Investigación).

Ex.: This is a paper presented at the luncheon in honour of academic leaders held at the 5th National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) in Cincinnati, USA, on 6 Apr 89.

» college-age = de edad universitaria.

Ex.: Owing to the end of the post-World War II `baby boom' and the subsequent decline in the absolute number of births, there is no question that the traditional college-age cohort of the population will be smaller in the years ahead.

» college-bound = preuniversitario.

Ex.: The programme is aimed at college-bound high school students and goes beyond the teaching of basic skills, concentrating on the accessing and manipulation of information.

» college campus = campus universitario.

Ex.: The article 'Wiring information to a college campus: a port for every pillow' describes a system for accessing on-line data bases via a campus-wide network of microcomputers.

» college degree = titulación universitaria, título universitario, carrera universitaria.

Ex.: A college degree translates into $20000 more in earnings per year and remains the goal nearly all parents set for their children.

» college dormitory = colegio mayor, residencia de estudiantes.

Ex.: Five of these fire incidents were attributed to incendiary actions, four involving college dormitories and one involving a fraternity house.

» college dropout = estudiante universitario que abandona los estudios.

Ex.: Those alternatives call for the tapping of new pools of potential students: high school graduates who are nonattenders; college dropouts; transfer students from two-year colleges; adults.

» college education = enseñanza universitaria.

Ex.: This book examines Dewey's enhanced educational views on topics such as the qualifications of a librarian, the value of personal qualities and a college education, and technical qualifications and the school programme.

» college educator = profesor universitario.

Ex.: The possession of a doctoral degree and the occupation of college or university educator are very likely to be colinear variables.

» college freshman = estudiante universitario de primer año.

Ex.: College freshman enrolled in English composition classes were polled to determine their attitudes towards two different methods of bibliographic instruction: the lecture-discussion practicum and the workbook.

» college graduate = titulado universitario, egresado universitario.

Ex.: It is fair to assume that the average Joe/Jane is neither a college graduate nor a high-school dropout.

» college librarianship = biblioteconomía especializada en las bibliotecas académicas.

Ex.: This article offers an account of the processes shaping the professionalisation of college and research librarianship within the framework of 4 contemporary sociological theories.

» college library = biblioteca universitaria. [Biblioteca que pertenece y sirve a una institución universitaria]

Ex.: The single term 'college library' covers a broad spectrum of further and higher education, ranging from those housed in colleges of further education, to those in polytechnics and colleges of higher education.

» college major = especialización académica, carrera universitaria.

Ex.: Selecting a college major is an incredibly important decision, and one that should be given ample time and serious consideration.

» college professor = profesor universitario.

Ex.: It should not take an economist or college professor to explain to college students the bind they will be in upon graduating.

» college student = estudiante universitario.

Ex.: She entered the 'in-crowd' when she was hired by a posh country club and befriended the charismatic leader of a clique of wealthy college students.

» college-trained = educación universitaria.

Ex.: People with a grade-school education, most of whose reading choices are in the low-brow category, cannot and do not easily read material written for the high-brow or even the increasingly college-trained middle-brow.

» non-college = no universitario.

Ex.: Becker concludes, pessimistically, that the library has 'no role to play in solving the problem of how non-college youth are to achieve maturity'.

» pursue + a college major = estudiar una carrera universitaria.

Ex.: Entrepreneurship has always taken priority over pursuing my college major, and I have no regrets about that = El espíritu empresarial siempre ha tenido prioridad por encima de estudiar una carrera universitaria, y no me arrepiento de ello.

                                                                                                                                                                                           

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