[Infografik] Acht Möglichkeiten wie Bibliothekare und Bibliothekarinnen für die Zukunft relevant bleiben

Quelle: Stephen’s Lighthouse


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Wie Kunstvermittlung in Bibliotheken erfolgreich sein kann (Teil 1)

Celia Caro und Jane Fisher sind Bibliotheksnetzwerkmanagerinnen und erzählen im folgenden Video, wie ältere Erwachsene zu einem Engagement durch Künstler und BibliothekarInnen aktiviert, inspiriert und unterstützt wurden.

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Eine Infografik über den Mehrwert von Schulbibliotheken

Am 12.10.2012 wurde hier im Blog das Video des Bibliotheksverbands der Schulbibliothekare im US-Bundesstaat New Jersey zum Einfluß von Schulbibliotheken auf den Schulerfolg gepostet. Das Video, als auch die Infografik und deren Argumente beziehen sich auf die Studie „The Impact of School Libraries on Student Achievement“. Wer sich gerne tiefer in die Thematik einarbeiten will, dem sei die Bibliografie von „US school library impact studies“ empfohlen und das am Ende des Blogposts angefügte Video.
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Ein Imagevideo der Bibliothek der University Park Grundschule

UPK’s library is a welcoming environment which invites students, staff and families to enter and use its resources frequently. Our library promotes literature, encourages the use of technology and supports reading and research. UPK’s library is the heart of our school.“ K. Aizstrauts


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Das Handbuch „bischu“ zur Zusammenarbeit von Bibliotheken und Schulen ist online

Das Handbuch „bischu“ zur Zusammenarbeit von Schule und Bibliothek steht seit dem 6. Dezember 2012 online zur Verfügung. Auch wenn es dabei um ein Online-Handbuch geht, das in der Schweiz entwickelt wurde und von der Bildungsdirektion des Kantons Zürich herausgegeben wurde, halte ich es durchaus für eine wertvolle Anregung und Ideenbörse, wie Schulen und Bibliotheken gemeinsam Lese-, Medien- und Informationskompetenz fördern können. Es enthält wertvolle Materialien

Das Handbuchprojekt geht auf eine 2010 lancierte Initiative der Bildungsdirektion des Kantons Zürichzurück, um vorhandenes Wissen zu bündeln und Schulen und Bibliotheken zugänglich zu machen. Es stand den Entwicklern des Buchs eine Fachgruppe von Schulleitern, Lehrenden und BibliothekarInnen zur Verfügung, die deren Verwirklichung wissenschaftlich begleiteten. Die Hauptautorin des Online-Handbuchs ist Kathrin Amrein, die Bibliothekspädagogin und Grundschullehrerin ist und am Schweizerischen Institut für Kinder- und Jugendmedien das Projekt „Literale Förderprojekte für Kindergarten und Primarschule“ leitet.

Der Aufbau und das Inhalte mit denen sich das Handbuch auseinandersetzt besteht aus konkrete Ideen zur Zusammenarbeit von Schule und Bibliothek. Darüber hinaus gibt es ein großes Kapitel zum Thema Pädagogik, das unter anderem die Kapitel „Mehr als Bibliothek“, Spiele und Games oder Sprachvielfalt enthält.

Hilfreich sind beispielsweise Angebote, welche die Hörfähigkeit schulen. Auch kommentierte Links zu Informationskompetenz, Lesen, Schreiben und Sprachenvielfalt stehen im Online-Handbuch zur Verfügung. Ein Kapitel widmet sich der Partizipation in der Bibliothek, dessen Ziel ist es, Kinder und Jugendliche in die Bibliotheksarbeit einzubinden.

Es bleibt zu hoffen, dass das Online-Handbuch bischu auch in Deutschland und anderswo intenstiv genutzt wird.

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Wie das Wort Bibliothekar auf chinesisch geschrieben wird

Xi Chen zeigt in dem folgenden Video, wie das Wort Bibliothekar bzw. Bibliothekarin mit chinesischen Schriftzeichen geschrieben wird und wie die korrekte Aussprache lautet.


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„I try to make my library a comfortable, attractive and modern place …“

KAROLINA IVANIŠEVIĆ

PRVA GIMNAZIJA SPLIT (The First Grammar school)
TESLINA 10
21 000 SPLIT
CROATIA

About me:
I am 28 years old. After one year of living and working in London in order to improve my English, I finished a five-year study of Information and Library Science in Zadar in Croatia and gained the title of master of Library science, specialized in digitizing. I started working in the school library in Split in November 2011. Split is the largest city in Dalmatia. It is situated at the East coast of the Adriatic Sea, centred around the ancient Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian and its bay and port. With a population of 220,000 citizens and a metropolitan area numbering up to 349,314.

Split

Split is by far the largest Dalmatian city and the second-largest city of Croatia.

About school:
We are a four-year grammar school focusing on modern and classical languages. Our 673 students achieve exellent academic results and show keen interest in a variety of subjects, preparing them for university studies. Our over 50 staff members teach subjects ranging from Humanities (Croatian, foreign languages, classical Latin and Greek, history, philosophy, ethics, logic, sociology, psychology, religious education), IT, PE and Arts to Sciences (mathematics, physics, biology, chemistry, geography). The school also offers different extracurricular activities such as sports, creative writing and journalism, drama, photography, volunteer work.

We have modern classrooms with 30 computers, biology and chemistry cabinet. Each classroom has an LCD projector, cabinets with audio devices, books and dictionaries for foreign languages and all teachers use portable computers. Schools headmaster is Marijan Puljiz.

About library:
The library was founded in 1992. Its collection consists of titles that are in function of language teaching and classical fields. The library has a valuable collection of historic rarities. Since 1993. it is registered by the Regional Bureau for the Protection of Cultural Monuments as a cultural heritage for preservation.

Today we are using computers, Internet and multimedia to access any content for school. Our objective is to provide our customers with prompt and accurate information about the amenities that interest them and help them to develop their creativity potential and to use their gained knowledge.

1. How long have you been a member of the library circus? (eg, the first library experience, first job in the library, etc.)

University education gave me a wide range of theoretical knowledge, but also insight into the practical aspects. My first library experience was during the practice work in a public library as a part of my first year on the University 2005./2006.. Since then I worked in many different libraries during my education and after my graduation I worked in an elementary school and my current job is in this high school in Split, Croatia.

2. What has driven you to look for / accept a job in the library area? (your motivation)

I have always been a huge book lover and combined with my passion for technology, this makes it a perfect job to me. I enjoy working with customers, particularly with students in the school library. My one year of internship in Elementary School helped me acquire desirable experience in working with children through workshops and lectures that I did in each class based on the Curriculum for school libraries in Croatia.

 3. What are your responsibilities and how has your opinion changed as most clearly?

As a school librarian in charge of the entire library, I have many chores. This includes developing book collection, online catalouging, organizing it on shelves and preservation. I also participate in all the important school events, cooperating with other teachers. I organize many workshops or lectures with students and make posters about important events. I have also formed a group of students interested in librarianship in order to develop literacy skills and encourage reading.

Knjiznica

Knjiznica (School Library)

4. What kind of role does Social Media play in your life? What does it offer for your work?

Like many other people I use social media, preferably Facebook. It helps me a lot to improve social interaction by staying in touch with friends and relatives I know in real life. It is a brilliant use of the web, it has many of the features as well as the platform and news feed and that’s really beneficial. It helps me a lot with my work as well. Even though I tend to avoid giving away too personal information and uploading too many personal photos, because it is common for our future employers to check out our profiles in order to collect as much information about potencial employees. As far as my colleagues, I prefer talking to them through Facebook group „Knjižničari“ (meaning Librarians) where I can get all the neccessary information and where we help each other with different advice and ideas.

Since I’m currently working in a school library there is much controversy regarding students‘ use of Facebook in a library at school. My opinion is that it should not be completely forbbiden, since the Internet browsing is already censored while we use CARNET (Croatian Academic Research Network) connection and students‘ computers are censored for all the inappropriate content. I try to make my library a comfotable, attractive and modern place as much as I can, so I allow them to use Facebook and other social networks while I unobtrusively monitor their behaviour and they appreciate it. Not only do they come to the library to relax and chat during the break, but they also use it to gain some knowledge, share information and help each other.

So to me, social media is crucial to use as a tool to expand my social and professional network.

 5. What priorities will emerge for the future development/evolution for your job/ the library you work for?

My future professional ambition is to work in a multicultural environment and explore different approaches in Librarianship. I am very passionate about Information literacy, digital libraries and the future of Information science. I am very much looking forward to new opportunities in the same field and I hope to fulfil my desire for long life learning.


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BOOKBRIDGE & Mildenberger Verlag GmbH: „Gemeinsam Brücken bauen“

BOOKBRIDGE strebt ein weltweites Bildungsgleichgewicht an. Dabei handelt es sich um eine Stiftung, die Bildungszentren in Entwicklungsländern aufbaut. Firmen wird eine Plattform geboten, um verschiedene Interessensgruppen einzubinden und Nachwuchsführungskräfte auszubilden.

Bis 2014 sollen 3 Millionen Menschen in 5 Ländern erreicht werden. Außerdem will BOOKBRIDGE bis dahin finanziell unabhängig werden.

BOOKBRIDGE setzt sich weltweit für Chancengleichheit im Bildungsbereich ein – ungeachtet religiöser, ethnischer, ökonomischer oder geographischer Herkünfte oder Kriterien ein. Mit starken lokalen Partner wird eine Zugang zu Bildung ermöglicht, die Qualität von Bildung verbessert  und Jobchancen im Bildungssektor in Entwicklungsländern schafft. Durch die Partizipationsförderung der Jungen wird auch das (soziale) Engagement in diesen Ländern verbessert. In der Mongoleu erhielt 100,000 Menschen einen Zugang zu Bildung. Ingesamt nahmen 230 Lehrer an dieser Fortbildung teil. 70.000 Bücher wurden in Deutschland, der Schweiz und in Großbritannien gesammelt und auf 200 Schulen verteilt, die einen Bedarf hierzu anmeldeten. Continue reading »


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[Zitat] Unkommentiert – 2011

When a library is staffed by a professional, it becomes the most far-reaching service in the school, nurturing the rich and poor, the literate and those learning to be literate, the athlete, the musician, the class clown and the class artist. The school library is often a gathering place and safe haven for students. It is a service for which every person on campus benefits. […] Library programs need the public’s support now more than ever. We cannot afford to lose the academic enrichment that a library brings to a school community. Please urge your congressional representatives to restore the federal budget for libraries in the coming year. Restored funding would go to improving literacy through school libraries, a Department of Education program to update books, materials and other important school library programs. Let’s choose to be a literate society.“

Pam Muñoz Ryan


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[Zitat] Unkommentiert – 2011

„[…] Wikipedia and the huge databanks of information have basically eliminated the library as the best resource for anyone doing amateur research (grade school, middle school, even undergrad). Is there any doubt that online resources will get better and cheaper as the years go by? Kids don’t shlep to the library to use an out of date encyclopedia to do a report on FDR. You might want them to, but they won’t unless coerced. They need a librarian more than ever (to figure out creative ways to find and use data). They need a library not at all. […] Librarians that are arguing and lobbying for clever ebook lending solutions are completely missing the point. They are defending library as warehouse as opposed to fighting for the future, which is librarian as producer, concierge, connector, teacher and impresario. […] The next library is a place, still. A place where people come together to do co-working and coordinate and invent projects worth working on together. Aided by a librarian who understands the Mesh, a librarian who can bring domain knowledge and people knowledge and access to information to bear. […] The next library is a house for the librarian with the guts to invite kids in to teach them how to get better grades while doing less grunt work. And to teach them how to use a soldering iron or take apart something with no user servicable parts inside. And even to challenge them to teach classes on their passions, merely because it’s fun. This librarian takes responsibility/blame for any kid who manages to graduate from school without being a first-rate data shark. The next library is filled with so many web terminals there’s always at least one empty. And the people who run this library don’t view the combination of access to data and connections to peers as a sidelight–it’s the entire point. […] We need librarians more than we ever did. What we don’t need are mere clerks who guard dead paper. Librarians are too important to be a dwindling voice in our culture. For the right librarian, this is the chance of a lifetime.“

Seth Godin (zur „Zukunft der Bibliothek„)


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