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Изобретая себя: новые и зарождающиеся роли научных библиотек в канадских исследовательских университетах

https://doi.org/10.20913/13/1815-3186-2020-3-15-36

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Суть академической библиотеки переосмысливается в связи с изменением научного ландшафта, трансформацией высшего образования и развитием технологий. Для изучения новых ролей библиотекарей был проведен опрос в исследовательских университетах Канады. Это исследование посвящено деятельности библиотекарей в следующих областях: поддержка научных исследований, преподавание и обучение, цифровая грамотность, развитие опыта пользователей и научные коммуникации. В нем рассматриваются масштабы и характер новых функций, навыки, необходимые для предоставления новых услуг, а также уверенность библиотекарей в своих способностях выполнять новые задачи. В статье также анализируется удовлетворенность библиотекарей своей работой и своим влиянием на университет.

Об авторах

Ада Дукас
Университет Манитобы
Канада


Николь Мишо-Ойстрик
Университет Манитобы
Канада


Мари Спир
Университет Манитобы
Канада


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Для цитирования:


Дукас А., Мишо-Ойстрик Н., Спир М. Изобретая себя: новые и зарождающиеся роли научных библиотек в канадских исследовательских университетах. Библиосфера. 2020;(3):15-36. https://doi.org/10.20913/13/1815-3186-2020-3-15-36

For citation:


Ducas A., Michaud-Oystryk N., Speare M. Reinventing ourselves: new and emerging roles of academic librarians in Canadian research-intensive universities. Bibliosphere. 2020;(3):15-36. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.20913/13/1815-3186-2020-3-15-36

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