La biblioteca en proceso de cambio

Alonso-Arévalo, Julio La biblioteca en proceso de cambio. BiD: textos universitaris de biblioteconomia i documentació, 2016, n. 36. [Journal article (Unpaginated)]

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English abstract

Like other social environments, libraries are being required to adapt to a world where information is becoming increasingly digitized and can be accessed at any moment in any place. For this reason many library institutions are redesigning the spaces in which they offer services and the rules by which they operate, tailoring these to suit the changing behaviour, needs and habits of users and communities. Many centres are creating spaces enhanced by advanced tools and applications that inspire and facilitate learning, discovery, creation and experimentation. One of the most innovative models for change considers the library as a vehicle for content generation and a space where communities can be created and promoted.

Spanish abstract

El contexto de las bibliotecas está mutando al igual que ocurre en otros entornos sociales. Las bibliotecas deben adaptarse a un mundo en el que cada vez más y más información está en formato digital, accesible en cualquier momento y en cualquier lugar, por ello las bibliotecas están rediseñando sus espacios y sus reglas para dar cabida a los nuevos comportamientos, necesidades y hábitos que demandan los usuarios y sus comunidades. Por este motivo, muchas bibliotecas están creando espacios ricos con herramientas y tecnologías avanzadas que inspiran y facilitan el aprendizaje, el descubrimiento, la creación y la experimentación. Entre las propuestas más innovadoras está la relativa a la biblioteca como generadora de contenido, un espacio para la creación y dinamización de su comunidad.

Catalan abstract

El context de les biblioteques està mutant de la mateixa manera que passa en altres entorns socials. Les biblioteques s'han d'adaptar a un món en què cada vegada més i més informació està en format digital, accessible en qualsevol moment i en qualsevol lloc. Per això les biblioteques estan redissenyant els seus espais i les seves regles per tal de donar cabuda als nous comportaments, necessitats i hàbits que demanen els usuaris i les seves comunitats. Per aquest motiu, moltes biblioteques estan creant espais rics amb eines i tecnologies avançades que inspiren i faciliten l'aprenentatge, el descobriment, la creació i l'experimentació. Entre les propostes més innovadores hi ha la que fa referència a la biblioteca com a generadora de contingut, un espai per a la creació i dinamització de la seva comunitat.

Item type: Journal article (Unpaginated)
Keywords: Bibliotecas, Innovación, tecnologías de la infmación, Libraries, Innovation, Information technologies
Subjects: A. Theoretical and general aspects of libraries and information.
L. Information technology and library technology
Depositing user: Julio Alonso Arévalo
Date deposited: 05 Jul 2016 06:54
Last modified: 05 Jul 2016 06:54
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/29504

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