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Определение новых ролей библиотек университетов в поддержке исследований, основанных на больших данных

https://doi.org/10.20913/1815-3186-2019-4-97-102

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Появление исследований, основанных на больших данных, побуждает научные и университетские библиотеки предоставлять услуги ученым, которые работают с исследовательскими данными. Несмотря на то что это является императивом для библиотек во всем мире, уровень их готовности к участию в соответствующей деятельности отличается от страны к стране. В то время как некоторые из услуг, связанных с этим направлением, являются довольно новыми, другие в значительной степени опираются на традиционные, хорошо известные навыки библиотекарей. В работе на основе обзора новейшей литературы представлены как теоретические, так и практические вопросы, которые помогут в постановке задач и составлении перечня необходимых навыков и умений. Показано, что наиболее очевидными направлениями развития сервиса в университетских библиотеках для поддержки информационно-интенсивной науки являются управление исследовательскими данными, курирование данных, обучение пользователей и библиотекарей информационной грамотности.

Об авторе

Т. Колтай
Университет им. Кароя Эстерхази
Венгрия

Колтай Тибор, доктор наук, профессор, Институт обучающих технологий

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Колтай Т. Определение новых ролей библиотек университетов в поддержке исследований, основанных на больших данных. Библиосфера. 2019;(4):97-102. https://doi.org/10.20913/1815-3186-2019-4-97-102

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Koltay T. Identifying new roles for academic libraries in supporting data-intensive research. Bibliosphere. 2019;(4):97-102. https://doi.org/10.20913/1815-3186-2019-4-97-102

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