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Мировые тенденции развития библиотек: оптимизм vs пессимизм (по материалам зарубежной литературы) Часть 1

https://doi.org/10.20913/1815-3186-2018-4-87-94

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Рассмотрены современные направления деятельности библиотек с учетом воздействия внешней технологической и социальной среды, изменений в области научных коммуникаций, образования, модернизации систем управления данными и др. Внимание в обзоре уделено в большей степени выявлению тенденций развития научных и публичных библиотек. Материал структурирован по блокам и представлен в двух обзорах. В первую часть обзора вошли разделы: 1) вызовы внешней среды и будущее библиотек, 2) современные информационные технологии в развитии библиотек (мобильные технологии и приложения, облачные вычисления, большие данные, «интернет вещей», виртуальная и дополненная реальность, технические новинки и др.), 4) концепция Библиотеки 4.0 (Library 4.0) - новые направления развития библиотек.

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Н. С. Редькина
Государственная публичная научно-техническая библиотека Сибирского отделения Российской академии наук
Россия


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Редькина Н.С. Мировые тенденции развития библиотек: оптимизм vs пессимизм (по материалам зарубежной литературы) Часть 1. Библиосфера. 2018;(4):87-94. https://doi.org/10.20913/1815-3186-2018-4-87-94

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Redkina N.S. Global trends of libraries development: optimism vs pessimism (foreign literature review) Part 1. Bibliosphere. 2018;(4):87-94. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.20913/1815-3186-2018-4-87-94

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