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Educaţia în informare – provocarea majoră a biblioteconomiei contemporane

  • Mircea Regneală


    (University of Bucharest)

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    Între marile mize ale tehnologiei şi biblioteconomiei secolului XXI (consorţiile de bibliotecă, evaluarea serviciilor de bibliotecă, educaţia în informare, tehnologia RFID şi depozite instituţionale), educaţia în informare se bucură de cel mai mare interes. Accesul oamenilor la informaţie este un proces complex care presupune o instruire permanentă desfăşurată de personalul bibliotecii care-şi asumă şi funcţii didactice. Utilizatorii sunt învăţaţi să identifice, să localizeze şi utilizeze informaţii cu eficienţă şi responsabilitate. Ca această activitate să se desfăşoare optim, bibliotecile trebuie să dispună de o planificare detaliată din care să nu lipsească colaborările instituţionale

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    Article provided by University of Bucharest, Faculty of Letters, Department of Information and Documentation Sciences in its journal Studii de Biblioteconomie şi Ştiinţa Informării / Library and Information Science Research.

    Volume (Year): (2010)
    Issue (Month): 14 (December)
    Pages: 123-129

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    Handle: RePEc:buh:journl:y:2010:i:14:p:123-129
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