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ENSSIB - École Nationale Supérieure de Sciences de l’Information et des Bibliothèques


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Aparecido Rodriguês da Silva e Rebeca Carrari.

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  • 1. Graduate Programs in FranceENSSIB - École Nationale Supérieure de Sciences de l’Information et des Bibliothèques, Lyon Klícia Silva Mendonça Paulo Aparecido Rodriguês da Silva Rebeca Carrari
  • 2. The city of Lyon• Lyon is one of the largest French cities, the capital of the Rhône- Alpes, and the department of Rhone. It has about 472 330 inhabitants.• The Rhône-Alpes Region is home to some 400 municipal libraries, 8 département lending libraries and 5 public libraries with heritage collections as well as large university libraries.• Its inhabitants are called "Lyon" and "Lyonesa".• It was founded by the Romans in 43 BC, was the capital of the province of Gaul.
  • 3. • Economy – Lyon is the third most populous city in France and second largest business center in the country, as well as a major economic centers of Europe. – Its economy has highlighted to the industry and technology cultural tourism.• Climate – The average annual temperature is 11.4 degrees. – The highest temperature in the year is usually between the months of June, July and August and is around 23 and 26 degrees. – The lowest temperature is between the months of December and January and is around 0.4 and - 0.8 degrees.
  • 4. Library and Information Science in France• There are in France, professional qualifications in Information Science at several levels: the level known as the first cycle corresponds to a training course for senior technician for two years, the second cycle corresponding to the levels of undergraduate and masters and the third cycle with a professional option and one for the doctorate.• Offering courses in France is out of balance: a greater number of students take technical courses, while employers require higher skill levels. Another problem is that only a small number of students choose the path of the research in the short term could lead to ashortage of teachers and researchers.
  • 5. The school• Enssib, Frances national school for information and librarianship, trains library and information managers and carries out research in the fields of information science, librarianship and the history of the book.• Enssib was founded in 1992, replacing the ENSB (National School for Librarians), which was established in 1963 and transferred to Villeurbanne, close to Lyon, in 1974. In 1999 Enssib merged with the Institute for Librarian Training, thereby becoming the only national establishment for the training of category A library staff.• Enssib is directly administered by the Ministry for Higher Education and Research. The director is Anne-Marie Bertrand.
  • 6. International Relations• Enssib has long been recognized abroad for its expertise in the specialist field of libraries and information science. It also has the additional virtue of directly addressing an audience of library professionals and teacher-researchers specializing in information.• A further distinctive feature is enssibs Masters courses for students and civil servants. Its plan for the period 2007–2010 stresses the structuring and redefining of its avenues of international activity.• In this context an enssib priority is the encouragement and facilitation of international mobility, together with the enhancement of its European partnerships.
  • 7. • Encouraging international mobility – Encouragement of student mobility – More places for foreign students – Encouragement of teacher mobility – More places for teacher-researchers and professionals from abroad• Enhancing European partnerships
  • 8. Researches• Research teams – The Gabriel Naudé Centre • the history of the book • the history of libraries • the socio-anthropology of the library of today – ELICO – Lyon Information and Communication Science Research Team • The teams four research strands are media, the library users and culture, documents and society, and communication and organizations.
  • 9. Resources• What enssib offers, then, is a resource centre for information and library science : – The enssib library comprises a specialist collection of over 40,000 books and a host of reviews. – Enssib makes available numerous digital resources (data bases, online reviews) and, notably, the digital library (complete texts, specializing in information and library science) and the list of SIBEL links. – The Ask a Librarian service answers your information and library science questions and provides access to its knowledge base. – Enssib publications brings together the Presses de lenssib, with its two major series Papiers (Papers) and Boîte à outils (Toolbox/BAO) and the leading national review, the Bulletin des Bibliothèques de France. – In addition enssib has been recognised as an authority in the field of information literacy training, thanks to its FORMIST division and its educational brochure REPERE.
  • 10. Courses• Basic Training – Masters in Information and Library Science (SIB) – Masters in Image and Book Culture (CEI) – Masters in Books and Knowledge (LS) – Trainee civil servants
  • 11. • Continuing Education – Continuing Education is a section of the Studies Department, which consolidates the links and avenues of cooperation between initial courses and ongoing education. – Drawn up in close collaboration with the Ministry of Higher Education and Research (Libraries and Scientific Information Division) and the Ministry of Culture (Books and Reading Division), enssibs continuing education catalogue annually offers fresh training courses covering the four main themes and issues in the library context : establishment and management ; collections and document policies ; library users and computer science and information and communication technology.
  • 12. Foreign students• Enssib will help you with the preparations for your stay and outline the administrative requirements for coming to France. These requirements vary according to whether you are from the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland, or a country outside these categories.• You must also register with Social Security in France.• The Egide association will help you organise your stay if you are a foreign student with a French government grant or a grant provided by a state institution or a private company.• Enssib publishes a student guide which covers all the administrative requirements for coming to study in France and will help make your arrival and stay in Lyon easy and agreeable.
  • 13. Initial training for state librarians • Aims and objectives – Accreditation as a librarian certifies that the skills objectives of the initial training course have been met. Successful candidates in the competitive entrance examination are appointed intern librarians and paid a monthly salary. The enssib course lasts 12 months. • Level required – A three-year degree or equivalent
  • 14. • Assessment – Assessment is designed to establish that the required knowledge has been acquired and made operational, and that the necessary skills have been mastered. This takes place in several phases : – Assessment of personal and group work carried out during the year – At the end of the first internship, the intern submits a report for marking – The initial training year closes with submission of a Personal Professional Project (PPP) Librarians who have met the obligations regarding regular attendance and obtained the overall average in the various marked assignments are given librarian accreditation.
  • 15. • Career possibilities – Usually working under a head librarian, librarians have a range of career possibilities. They may run a department. They may be put in charge of small libraries, a user services department or a documentary section. They may head up a small team and organize documentary liaison with the public. They may organize and coordinate such transversal services as catalogue quality control, instruction for users, digital information management, etc. They may head up projects and thus be called on to carry out short-term operations designed to establish a new form of organization or new departments.
  • 16. • Training programme – Initial librarian training takes place over a year. The enssib course comprises weeks of training, posting to an external internship, and personal work. The training alternates with the internship periods.• Training calendar – A 12-month period from the beginning of November to the end of the following October. See “calendrier prévisionnel détaillé de la formation”.
  • 17. Organization of training• A. basic education – These lessons are grouped into nine thematic modules: 1. Know and understand the environment 2. Design and implement services to the public 3. Establish a dynamic policy document 4. Communicate and develop collections and services 5. Effectively inform users 6. Understand the catalog 7. Scan and upload 8. Managing a project 9. Operation of a service – Each module consists of 2-5 weeks, with theoretical, testimonies, observation visits and tutorials. Each week has a specific purpose of acquiring skills. • Two modules can finally cross to strengthen students knowledge in the following areas: 1. Office tools and evaluation 2. Proficient in English professional
  • 18. • B. Specialization – Librarians are invited to join students specialization options at the end of training. These options can be chosen in relation to their position in their school work, but also allow them to discover, to explore certain areas in which they wish to specialize. These options may include: 1. Training of trainers 2. Supporting employment 3. Cultural Action 4. Administer an ILS 5. Evaluation and quality management in libraries 6. Childrens Literature 7. Supervise, direct service – The options list is not fixed to allow the school to the proposed modules meet the demands of students. – These options can be installed specifically for librarians or be offered in connection with the enssib offered by Continuing Education.
  • 19. • C. stage – During their training, trainees must complete an internship librarians a month out of his school work in order to compare the teachings and his own experience of a specific organization. – This is an internship program, students must complete a mission and carry out work of benefit to their host institution will be evaluated by the school.
  • 20. • Methods of assessment – The assessment is structured to ensure that knowledge is acquired and operational skills are similar. – Student assessment involves several steps: • Assessment of personal and group work done during the year. • At the end of the internship, the student presents a report to be observed. – Librarians responding to service provision and the average obtained in several notable works are certified librarian.
  • 21. Degree of state or territorial Conservative• Training Objectives – The librarian Diploma (DCB) is designed to validate the initial training of trustees of the library. Successful candidates for the entrance examination are appointed trustees and interns receive a monthly salary. The training lasts 18 months enssib. – The training aims to prepare future conservative in their library management functions, such as scientific personnel can adapt to any type of, and prepared for professional versatility.
  • 22. • Hearings – The training is for the winners to recruit conservatives. After their training, they are assigned to positions either state officials or employees of territorial offices or positions of employees of the city of Paris.
  • 23. • Opportunities – Conservatives are leading libraries of the State of the State and its institutions. – The curator is organized, enriches, evaluates and operates the collections of all types of libraries. Placed in front of a territorial institution, national or head of a specialized service, it determines and organizes public access to collections and distribution of documents for research, information and culture. It determines the policy for the works acquisition, retention and disposal. This work also requires management skills and team communication.
  • 24. Learning units• Semester 1 • Semester 2 – The Back to School Seminar – Heritage – Control your environment • History of the book, the history of libraries – the Directorate / strategy • Conservation – Understanding the Digital • Management, development, public – Manage the team • Reports of special funds – Manage the installation – Digital – the construction of a political documentary • Build a digital library – the construction of a service policy • Metadata publishing, digital – Understanding the issues of heritage • ILS, SID, reorganizing the information – Process and retrieve information portals – English • Acquire and manage digital resourcesg – the Office – Public Utilities • Home-user training • New services, new uses, new spaces • Cultural Action • Access to the collections, promotion, marketing
  • 25. housing• The enssib gives you some ideas to make your stay in Lyon. If you are a student or teacher-student worker, different types of housing reserved for you.• The guide enssib welcome and guide the student in Lyon will also give you information about houses. – Guide: studentguide2.pdf
  • 26. Contact, information :Enssib – offices17–21 Boulevard du 11 Novembre 191869623 Villeurbanne CedexTel. +33 (0)4 72 44 43 43Fax +33 (0)4 72 44 43 44
  • 27. Referências:• ENSSIB. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 20 nov. 2011.• CUNHA, Miriam Vieira da. A formação em ciência da Informação na França, no Canadá e na Dinamarca: comparação com o sistema brasileiro. Encontros Bibli: Revista Eletrônica de Biblioteconomia e Ciência da Informação. Florianópolis, v. 4, n. 8, 1999. Disponível em: < 2924.1999v4n8p20/5049>. Acesso em: 20 nov. 2011.