نتایج جستجو برای librarians

تعداد نتایج: 2226  
Journal: :C&RL 2010
Joseph Branin,

Our journal is mostly about articles. We consider around a hundred article manuscripts a year, and from those submissions , we select about thirty—we hope the best—for publication. These peer reviewed articles, running 3,000 to 6,000 words in length, usually report the research results of a focused study on a particular process, procedure, or policy stance in academic librarianship. In this cur...

Journal: :Webology 2012
Elaheh Hosseini, Mohammadamin Erfanmanesh,

This book is a collection of wide-ranging, informative and provocative chapters discussing the use of social networks to serve teens, both online and in the library. Comprehensive surveys on this topic are being discussed in this series. The application of social networks is a new era for library services to young adults. Social networking tools are the doorway into their worlds, and the librar...

Journal: :CoRR 2010
Jill Lagerstrom, Uta Grothkopf,

“You don’t look like a librarian” is a phrase we often hear in the astronomy department or observatory library. Astronomy librarians are a breed apart, and are taking on new and non-traditional roles as information technology evolves. This talk will explore the future of librarians and librarianship through the lens of some of the recent talks given at the sixth “Libraries and Information Servi...

2017
J. Cory Tucker, Cory Tucker,

This article addresses what challenges are faced by the mid-career librarian and discusses what challenges these librarians face during their career path. The article also analyzes how mid-career librarians can deal with these challenges through career development and planning using self evaluation and assessment.

2009
Michael Twidale, David M. Nichols,

This chapter discusses the role of technology in digital library education. It explores how elements of computer science and library science can be blended to produce an appropriate “computational sense” for future digital librarians. Elements of this approach include: metacognitive skills in learning about new computational resources, fluency in tailoring applications and a view of computing a...

Journal: :C&RL 2011
Noa Aharony,

Noa Aharony is a lecturer in the Department of Information Science at Bar-Ilan University; e-mail: aharonn1@mail.biu.ac.il. The purpose of this research is to develop an understanding of the factors that support or constrain the individual’s sharing knowledge in the organization. The current study seeks to explore whether personality (selfefficacy and self-esteem) and situational (cognitive app...

2007
F. KISTER,

IT IS TRUE, of course, that most early American librarians-believers in the logic of the Enlightenment-personally abhorred book censorship, and that some supported this conviction with appropriate words and deeds, But the profession’s putatively strong commitment to the right to read and to the wider concept of intellectual freedom is nevertheless largely a twentieth century development, beginn...

2008
Lesley S. J. Farmer,

The expertise of academic librarians in the area of using and teaching with information technology provides a solid foundation for increasing their level of collaboration with teaching faculty. Of course, differing degrees of collaboration exist in every university system depending upon status of the librarians and faculty culture. Many approaches have been taken by librarians to encourage and ...

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