25 juin 2019

Métiers de l'enseignement supérieur et de la recherche - Bibliothèques

Screenshot-2018-4-21 Journal de mise en ligne - ESR enseignementsup-recherche gouv frLes métiers de l'enseignement supérieur et de la recherche sont très nombreux et variés.

Bibliothèques

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23 juin 2019

La bibliothèque numérique des ministères sociaux : une nouvelle collection de documents officiels anciens

Screenshot-22018-5-4 Direccte NormandieLa bibliothèque numérique des ministères sociaux s’adresse aux chercheurs et aux personnes s’intéressant à l’histoire des sciences sociales. Elle met à disposition du public une partie des collections anciennes constituées par les ministères sociaux. Plus...

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14 juin 2019

The (Digital) Library Environment: Ten Years After

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Lorcan Dempsey[Edit][Delete]: The (Digital) Library Environment: Ten Years After, Ariadne [Edit][Delete]ARIADNE [Edit][Delete] February 16, 2006
Good article, from the recent issue of Ariadne, summarizing the evolution of library services in the digital age. What I appreciate most of all, I think, is the understanding in this article that library services need to become dynamic and integrated into the flow of a person's online experience, "supporting the remix of content and services in user environments, and developing digital curation services." There is an enormous need for intelligent information flows - consider this newsletter, for example, which serves just such a purpose. More...

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11 juin 2019

How I Became a Librarian

By Barbara Fister. As the year finishes and the library becomes quiet, I find myself thinking about how I became a librarian. More...

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Agreement From an Unlikely Source

By Matt Reed. Working from a basically libertarian perspective, the book tackles the question of college tuition increases.  Given the source, I would have expected the usual villains in the libertarian narrative: “rent-seeking” liberal academics who use their sinecures isolated from the market to feather their own nests, or some variation on the theme. More...

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09 juin 2019

Why IT and the Library Should Work Together

Techno-News BlogHigher education IT departments and libraries have long had overlapping responsibilities, yet for the most part they have remained separate entities. Could it be time for a new kind of alliance. More...

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24 mai 2019

Libraries and E-Learning

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Various authors: Libraries and E-Learning, Canadian Association of Research Libraries December 23, 2005

Librarians and libraries will play a key role in e-learning. This, not surprisingly, is the conclusion of a recent report from the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL). The report "recommends that librarians take the lead in the consolidation of Learning Object Repository management and licensing practices, in order to bring an orderly approach to management and use of shared instructional across Canada." I would certainly hope that librarians find their future in protecting and supporting free access to information, rather than becoming front-people for publishers' licenses and access restrictions. More...

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23 mai 2019

Web 2.0: Building the New Library

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Paul Miller: Web 2.0: Building the New Library, Ariadne November 3, 2005

It was only a matter of time, I suppose, before we saw Web 2.0 morph into Library 2.0 (and I suppose I'm the last person who should be critical, hm?) but this article could have benefitted from a wider reading of the work on web 2.0 and a more modest approach than "Paul's Principles" of web 2.0. More...

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19 mai 2019

Fighting Doug Ford’s budget cuts to Ontario libraries

The ConversationOntario’s Doug Ford government recently tabled a budget imposing substantial cuts to the Southern Ontario Library Service (SOLS) and Ontario Library Service North (OLSN). These provincial agencies provide numerous services to local libraries including training, technical support and inter-library loans. More...

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18 mai 2019

How Cold Is That Library? There's a Google Doc for That

HomeBy Colleen Flaherty. What a difference preparation makes when it comes to doing research in Arctic-level air-conditioned academic libraries (or ones that are otherwise freezing -- or not air-conditioned at all). More...

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