Christie Koontz (szerk.) · Barbara Gubbin (szerk.)

IFLA ​Public Library Service Guidelines 2 csillagozás

Christie Koontz – Barbara Gubbin (szerk.): IFLA Public Library Service Guidelines

The public library is the prime community access point designed to respond to a multitude of ever-changing information needs.

These guidelines are framed to provide assistance to library and information professionals in most situations. They assist to better develop effective services, relevant collections, and accessible formats within the context and requirements of the local community.
In this exciting and complex information world it is important for professionals in search of knowledge, information and creative experience to succeed.

This is the 2nd edition of The Public Library Service IFLA/UNESCO Guidelines for Development.

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De Gruyter, Berlin/Munich, 2010
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Christie Koontz – Barbara Gubbin (szerk.): IFLA Public Library Service Guidelines

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Meg kell mondanom, ez a könyv komolyan megdöbbentett, mert sokkal jobb volt, mint vártam. Az első kiadás magyar fordítását és a második kiadás angolját olvastam össze (vannak különbségek), de az angol is nagyon jól érthető volt. És nagyon szimpatikus! Az IFLA nagyon jól közelíti meg a könyvtári feladatok kérdését ebben a kötetben. Végre nem csak arról olvasunk, hogy ezt is ezt kéne csinálni, a mezei könyvtáros meg áll és bámul, hogy igen és a gyakorlatban ezt miért és hogy? Hanem kapunk ép kéz láb magyarázatokat arra, hogy erre miért is van szükség, majd pedig számtalan példát, hogy ezt hogyan csinálják mások. Nagyon jó!

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Many forms of transport are used to deliver library services. Bookmobiles are common in many countries. There are book boats in Norway and Indonesia, where bicycles and pedicabs are also used. Donkeys in Peru transported laptop computers as well as books, camels were utillzed in Kenya and donkeycarts in Ethiopia. Mopeds are used in deliver books to home or office in Apeldoorn, Netherlands.

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The public library’s role is becoming one of mediator, of being the public’s electronic doorway to digital information and of helping citizens cross the ‘digital divide’ to a better future. The librarian’s role is increasingly one of ‘information navigator’ ensuring that the customer gets accurate and reliable information.

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In order to provide the best possible service to the community it is necessary to maintain well trained and highly motivated staff to make effective use of the resources of the library and to meet the demands of the community.

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The composition of the staff should, as far as possible, reflect the make-up of the population it serves. For example, in a community with a significant number of people from a particular ethnic group within the community, the library staff should include members of that group.The same can be said for multiple language groups. Reflecting these diversities within the population demonstrates that the library is a service for everyone and seeks to attract customers from all sections of the public.

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The opportunity to develop personal creativity and pursue new interests is important to human development. To achieve this, people need access to knowledge and works of the imagination. The public library can provide access, in a variety of different media, to a rich and varied store of knowledge and creative achievement, which individuals cnnot
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The public library is the responsibility of local and national authorities. It must be supported by specific legislation and financed by national and local governments. It has to be an essential component of any long-term strategy for culture, information provision, literacy and education.

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