Novi trendovi u bibliotekarstvu

Filipi-Matutinović, Stela Novi trendovi u bibliotekarstvu. Infoteka, 2002, vol. 3, n. 1-2, pp. 43-54. [Journal article (Paginated)]

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English abstract

Starting from the viewpoint of the necessity for survival of the library and information profession, the author presents a series of factographic information and relevant findings. She stresses the liaison between library and information work and education and sees the future of the working with digital knowledge and lifelong learning. Though the education pushes away towards the knowledge industry, the libraries have to enable direct access to knowledge as much as possible under the equal conditions to all the users. The previous principle of the information management has to be transformed into knowledge management, that is, the librarians have to accept the role of knowledge manager. That means the measurement of the library holdings use and evaluation of the satisfaction degree of the library user needs, as well as the inevitable necessity for permanent education of librarians. Removing the intermediaries between an user and information can be reached by: 1. strengthening of librarians' educational competence, more exactly, developing users' information literacy; 2. library cooperation in building databases and portals, and 3. 24 hours working services for users. Despite of the scientific information crisis and communication problems in science, the actual trends are usefully for the librarians: 1. intensification of the interlibrary loan; 2. coordinating acquisition with the related libraries; 3. simple bibliographic processing and use of the electronic resources.

Serbian abstract

Polazeći od potrebe opstanka bibliotečko-informacione delatnosti, autor iznosi niz faktografskih informacija i relevantnih saznanja. Ističe vezanost bibliotečko-informacione delatnosti za obrazovanje i sagledava njenu budućnost uz "digitalno" znanje i doživotno učenje. Iako obrazovanje kreće putem industrije znanja, biblioteke treba da omogućuju što direktniji pristup znanju pod ravnopravnim uslovima za sve korisnike. Dosadašnji princip upravljanja informacijama treba brzo transformisati u upravljanje znanjem, odnosno, bibliotekari treba da prihvate ulogu menadžera znanja. To podrazumeva i merenje korišćenja fondova i ocenjivanje stepena zadovoljavanja potreba korisnika biblioteka, ali i neizbežnu potrebu stalnog usavršavanja bibliotekara. Cilj da što manje posrednika bude između korisnika i informacija može se realizovati: 1. jačanjem obrazovne funkcije bibliotekara, odnosno, informacionim opismenjivanjem korisnika, 2. saradnjom biblioteka u kooperativnoj izgradnji baza podataka i portala i 3. dvadesetčetvoročasovnim usluživanjem korisnika. Uprkos krizi naučnih informacija i problema u naučnoj komunikaciji za bibliotekare su korisni aktuelni trendovi: 1. jačanje međubibliotečke pozajmice, 2. koordiniranje nabavke sa srodnim bibliotekama, 3. jednostavna obrada elektronskih izvora i korišćenje elektronskih izvora informacija.

Item type: Journal article (Paginated)
Keywords: bibliotekarstvo, trendovi, upravljanje znanjem, bibliotekari, informaciona pismenost, elektronski izvori informacija, librarianship, trends, knowledge management, librarians, information literacy, electronic resources
Subjects: A. Theoretical and general aspects of libraries and information.
Depositing user: Biljana Kosanovic
Date deposited: 23 Aug 2004
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 11:59

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