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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    BORTOLUCI, Lauci;

    The presentations treats about bibliographical heritage in exhibition. It brings all the bibliographical types os materials when they are in a curatorial process along with the others collections, like the artistics works.

  • Publication . Presentation . 2022
    Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Guallar, Javier;

    Presentation on content curation strategies in the face of disinformation. A curation process according to the 4S's method is synthesized, sense making techniques are presented with examples and the ethics and limits of curation are discussed. Two curation strategies in the face of misinformation are presented: curation as a selection of digital content on a topic and curation as a support for verification. They are exemplified with the analysis of five cases in Twitter threads.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Lauci Bortoluci Quintana;

    This communication deals with the university library of arts and its relationship with cultural sustainability. I will deal with a bibliographic collection belonging to the Museum of Contemporary Art MAC USP and how informational resources can be participants in the process of building cultural sustainability. The work deals with the donation of Walter Zanini's private library and its role as an informational resource insofar as it is willing to be a public resource for research. Secondly, the text also proposes the question of inserting a new bibliographic collection in a public and university space. The third question seeks to understand in which situation this resource can be the new potential for the transformation of this university and cultural institution into a reference center for research in the field of the arts. The fourth issue is that the new collection can be the link and connection in the interrelationship of sustainable development, combining socio-economic as well as organizational aspects in a process of building cultural sustainability. Fifth, there is the question of the collection as a participant in the cycle that includes the three main actions of heritage: collect, preserve and research, in a planning of actions aimed at making the bibliographic collection available. Access to the bibliographic collection will be the central action in the search for the construction of a conscious space for research focusing on the various subjects of the donated collection.

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Cascón Katchadourian, Jesús; Boté Vericad, Juan José; Guallar, Javier;
    Country: Spain

    Presentación de la investigación "Curación de información con marca de autor: análisis y evaluación de newsletters independientes" en el contexto del Congreso Encuentros internacionales sobre Sistemas de Información y Documentación - IBERSID 2022. En esta presentación se muestra un resumen de un artículo ya publicado Presentation of the research "Curación de información con marca de autor: análisis y evaluación de newsletters independientes" presented in the International Conference on Information and Documentation Systems - IBERSID 2022. This presentation shows a summary of a published article. Este trabajo forma parte del proyecto "Parámetros y estrategias para incrementar la relevancia de los medios y la comunicación digital en la sociedad: curación, visualización y visibilidad (CUVICOM)”. PID2021-123579OB-I00(MICINN), Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (España)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Pérez, Mónica Beatriz; Luchetti, Laura Viviana;

    The aim of this paper is to demonstrate mentorship’s current relevance in the academic, educational and professional fields and its evolution over the last decades. This study is based on the scientific publications on mentorship released in the 1997-2021 period that are indexed in Scopus. For this purpose, the study was carried out through a quantitative methodology and bibliometric techniques. Stages: research strategy outline; indicators and variables selection; result analysis; five-year comparative analysis with other relevant subjects. The results show a consistent increase in the number of publications, particularly in the last five years, during which 47% of the publications were issued; a significant interest in mentorship from Health Sciences (53%), especially in Education; a notable increase in the number of publications on mentorship in comparison to other important subjects during the last five years. The conclusion is that mentorship continues to stay relevant and that there has been an evident interest, particularly from the Health Sciences field regarding Education, which might be due to the noteworthy role of mentors in guarding and encouraging proper practices in Medicine and Research.

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Uribe-Tirado, Alejandro; Pinto, Maria;
    Publisher: Comunicación Social Ediciones y Publicaciones

    In recent years, articles have begun to be published, both theoretical and theoretical-practical as well as applied, that aim to develop the integration between information literacy and media literacy. Based on a thematic review of the literature from 2009 to 2020 in the Ibero-American context, this chapter aims to analyze that production and identify the main trends and perspectives.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ravindra S Bankar; Lihitkar, Shalini Ramdas;
    Publisher: BS Publishers, Hyderabad

    With the advent of globalization, there has been an explosion of information in every sphere of life. Various new electronic gadgets emerged to make information accessible anytime and anywhere. ICT has made our daily lives by profoundly altering our social interactions, affecting our social bonds. As the android smartphone environment has changed the picture of connectivity between people, their engagement with the world has been connected through these small screens. As libraries are service-based institutions for satisfying the information needs of end users through different means. Nowadays libraries are also adapting these different mediums and technologies to cater the information needs of their users efficiently and effectively. This paper will focus on different services provided through smartphones and the use of smartphones for outreach services. The study will raise awareness about the importance of smartphones for implementing various library and information services

  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Routh, Anup Kumar; Halder, Sambhu Nath;
    Publisher: New Delhi: Swastik Publications

    The socio-cultural disaster is one of the challenges in present era. We cannot simply ignore it. It is not too difficult to assume that no matter how advanced we are in technology, our mental deviation from culture of the community particularly in social life has started for a long time. Today’s parents are in a state of suspense whenever they are thinking about their child’s prospects. At the same time, the people of the new generation feel very much anxiety about choosing their profession. They change their aim of life many times. Sometimes they are now able to find out their way. That leads to the loss of human resources. In this juncture, the present paper focuses on the major problems of the young generation in respect like their profession, education and their personal life, relationship, creativity etc. If a man or woman has been satisfied by his or his activities then they become prosperous in their life. Students at the very early stage of education should be guided by moral and ethical education. Only moral and ethical values can save the life of distress people. However, this paper finds some famous Bengali thinkers own way of life philosophy. This is needed for the new generation and the generations to come. Life is not like a machine for material production. It has another aim of personal freedom and happiness. Socio-cultural disaster leads to unsatisfied generation. It also produces uneven circumstances in the land we live in. It may not be possible to live a happy fruitful life in the space of socio-cultural disaster. It has been concluded that only proper education system aiming character building and skill development can be the measure to defend socio-cultural disaster. Self-respect and freedom of thinking are very much essential for proper education. {"references": ["De Lange, F. (2007). 'Having faith in yourself': self-respect and human dignity. Scriptura: Journal for Contextual Hermeneutics in Southern Africa, 95(1), 213-223.", "Halder, S. N. (2021). Assessment of Reading Habits of Public Library Users in the Digital Era: An Empirical Study. SRELS Journal of Information Management, 58(1), 59-66.", "Halder, S. N., & Jana, S. (2013). Library and Information Science in Changing Paradigm. New Delhi: Ess Ess Publications.", "Mayner, L., & Arbon, P. (2015). Defining disaster: The need for harmonisation of terminology. Australasian Journal of Disaster & Trauma Studies, 19.", "Mujtaba Ali, Sayed. (1962). Sresthya ramyarachana. Kolkata: Mitra o Ghosh. p. 52", "Tagore, Rabindranath. (2002). Chotoder lekah. Kolkata: Asia Publishing. pp. 429-431.", "Veereshwar, S. A. (1983). Jealousy and the Abyss. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 23(2), 70\u201384. https://doi.org/10.1177/0022167883232008"]}

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Bayón-Sánchez, Javier;

    Municipal Libraries of León: A proposal to create a digital institutional repository. In this thesis we mention the role of libraries in the new framework of digital information and communication, seen as an adaptation to a new society that has arisen from the intensive use of ICT and that has left behind the days of card catalogues and book loans which were noted down with a pen. After that, we will see how libraries have evolved as a result of the huge amount of information generated by a world overloaded with data and news, the enormous flow of information and the included data that circulate through the net at a dizzying and difficult to control pace, and which has made that, for years, the need to collect all that information, select it, filter it and guard it has arisen, so that, where appropriate, we can use it to be able to make decisions that will help us to carry out our daily work. From this need arises the idea of creating a digital institutional repository to safeguard all that huge amount of information, so that it can be recovered for consultation whenever it is needed. This master’s dissertation examines the way forward to achieve this goal, which is, through innovation, to provide services that meet the needs of as wide a target population as possible. This dissertation ends with the steps that have to be taken, both technically and theoretically, to make the creation of the repository viable.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Lee, Kyungmee; Kim, Tae-Jong; Bozkurt, Aras; Zawacki-Richter, Olaf; Cefa Sari, Berrin; Marín, Victoria I;
    Publisher: Commonwealth of Learning

    This paper aims to identify dominant discourses of distance education that emerged in Korean society before, during, and after the COVID-19 outbreak in January 2019. To achieve the aim, the authors have conducted a Topic Modeling analysis of 8,865 news articles published by 54 South Korean media outlets between 2019 and 2021. As a result, five key topics and the top 10 keywords associated with each topic have been identified for 2019, 2020, and 2021, respectively—15 topics and 150 keywords in total for the three years. There have been meaningful shifts not only in the quantity of news articles published each year but also in the quality of conversations presented in those articles on distance education. This article carefully analysed and reflected both continuity and discontinuity of distance education discourses in Korean society. Based on the results, we have drawn four discussion points: a) the normality of DE discourses, b) the historicity of DE discourses, c) the maturity of DE discourses, and d) the partiality of DE discourses. Despite the specific cultural context from which the four points were drawn, the discussions offer valuable insights applicable to different cultural contexts.

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