« Save Our Stacks »

If a college library moves 170,000 of its books to storage, to make room for sumptuous new administrative offices—which is happening at Maine’s Colby College—does it still count as a library? Or, as an impassioned open letter from concerned faculty attests, is it no longer “a place for reflection and deep thought, research and scholarship,” but rather merely “a waiting room” sans books and a reference librarian, and surrounded by temples to the new gods of the American university?

http://www.slate.com/articles/life/education/2014/05/college_libraries_should_keep_their_books_in_the_stacks.html

LILAC 2014 – présentations en ligne

En ligne à : http://www.lilacconference.com/WP/past-conferences/lilac-2014/

Les thèmes :

  • Innovative approaches to IL (sponsored by York St John University)
  • Putting theory into practice (sponsored by Aberystwyth University)
  • Transitions – IL from cradle to tomb
  • Outreach and collaboration (sponsored by Information School, University of Sheffield)
  • IL on a shoestring
  • Health literacy (sponsored by the CILIP Health Libraries Group)

Ranganathan contre le monde : [N']Épargnons [pas] le temps du lecteur

Brian Mathews a publié un billet d’actualité sur un message que nous recevons régulièrement : nous rendons la vie trop facile aux étudiants. Faut-il donc leur mettre des bâtons dans les roues?

À lire.

Mathews, Brian. (2014).[DON’T] SAVE THE TIME OF THE READER: a disconnect between librarians and teaching faculty? The Chronicle of Higher Education. En ligne à http://chronicle.com/blognetwork/theubiquitouslibrarian/2014/02/25/dont-save-the-time-of-the-reader-a-disconnect-between-librarians-and-teaching-faculty/

L’avenir des normes CI ACRL (Communications in Information Literacy [CIL])

Vol 7, No 2 (2013)

En ligne à : http://www.comminfolit.org/index.php?journal=cil&page=issue&op=current&path[]=showToc

Articles

  • Proposing a Metaliteracy Model to Redefine Information Literacy
  • Rethinking the 2000 ACRL Standards: Some Things to Consider
  • Info lit 2 .0 or Deja Vu?
  • A Threshold Concepts Approach to the Standards Revision
  • Refreshing Information Literacy: Learning from Recent British Information Literacy Models
  • Minding the Gaps: Exploring the Space Between Vision and Assessment in Information Literacy Work
  • The New ACRL Information Literacy Competency Standards: Revising Reception
  • Affective Learning and Personal Information Management: Essential Components of Information Literacy
  • A Reconsideration of Information Literacy
  • Marketing Information Literacy
  • Transforming Information Literacy in the Sciences Through the Lens of e-Science
  • How AASL Learning Standards Inform ACRL Information Literacy Standards
  • Information Literacy and Digital Literacy: Competing or Complementary?
  • Time for a Paradigm Shift: The New ACRL Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education
  • Moving Forward: A Discussion on the Revision of the ACRL Information Literacy Standards for Higher Education

Recherches sur Internet : Y a-t-il une vie sans Google?

Pour sa dixième manifestation, le secteur Veille et recherche sur Internet de l’ADBS a organisé un atelier sur la thématique « Recherches sur Internet : Y a-t-il une vie sans Google ? Quelques pistes pour les professionnels de l’information ». – See more at: http://blog.recherche-eveillee.com/2013/12/recherches-sur-internet-y-t-il-une-vie.html#sthash.OMVu5JWw.dpuf

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