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Bibliotekerne i det multiteknologiske samfund

November 1st, 2010 af Søren Madsen

Transliteracy er et lidt svært begreb at oversætte. Det drejer sig om tværgående kompetencer.

Libraries in a Transliterate, Technology Fluent World
Bobbi L. Newman, Digital Branch Manager, Chattahoochee Valley Libraries
Colleen S. Harris, Head of Access Services, University of Tennessee – Chattanooga

Transliteracy er mange ting. Den normale bruger skal kunne mange ting og kende mange teknologier. Det er vigtigt at biblioteket/bibliotekarerne forstår disse og kan vejlede i dem.

Det er ikke længere nok kun at kunne læse og skrive. Så hvad indeholder transliteracy?
• digital literacy
• media literacy
• information literacy
• 21st-century literacy
• news literacies
• ….

Forandringer er det eneste sikre. Er vi sikre på at vi uddanner personalet godt nok til at møde nye krav? Mange har været med fra skrivemaskiner til pc’er, fra kortkataloger til online.

  • Hvilke teknologier skal personalet kunne? Har vi en liste over dem?
  • Hvordan holder vi os opdaterede med nye teknologier? Står det i jobbeskrivelserne at vi skal følge med i udviklingen.
  • Har vi klare forventninger til teknologierne og brug?
  • Hvordan evaluerer vi personalet og dermed afklarer hvordan der kan forbedres?
  • Har vi klare mål?
  • Er vi klar til forandringer?

Alvin Tofler: Rethinking the Future
“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn“

Links

librariesandtransliteracy.info | Libraries and Transliteracy – Information on all literacies for all types of libraries and librarians

Libraries in a Transliterate, Technology Fluent World #intlib10

Libraries and Transliteracy | Facebook

View more presentations from Bobbi Newman.

Beskrivelse af præsentationen:
The skills needed to be an active participant in today’s society are rapidly evolving. More is needed than the ability to read and write; digital literacy, media literacy, information literacy, 21st-century literacy, and other new literacies are all included in transliteracy. Newman begins the session, looking at the importance of transliteracy, the roles libraries play in educating patrons. and what we can do to ensure our staff and patrons are transliterate. Harris discusses the skills library staff must have to adapt to rapidly changing technologies and innovative implementations and how library managers can help staff develop and maintain the technical skills libraries need by using skill evaluation, development planning, peer-to-peer training, and more.

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