二十一世紀公共圖書館發展趨勢
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二十一世紀公共圖書館發展趨勢 二十一世紀公共圖書館發展趨勢 Presentation Transcript

  • 21 1
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  • Roles of Public Libraries 3
  • (Network Literacy Center) (Global Electronic Information Center) (Liaison for GovernmentInformation) (Center for Lifelong Educator) (Public Access Center) (Community Information Organizerand Provider) (Economic Development Center) 歐陽崇榮,薛志峰,關中,童瓊慧。公共圖書館網站之評估, 臺北市立圖書館館訊,23(3),55-80,2006。 4
  • 高鵬。建構公共圖書館網站之研究,書苑季刊52期,49-60,2002。 5
  • 4S Space ( ) (active citizenship) Stock ( ) Service ( ) ICT (BookStart) Staff ( ) 3SDCMS Framework for the Future (Library, Learning and Information in the Next Decade) 6
  • ( )DCMS Framework for the Future (Library, Learning and Information in the Next Decade) 7
  • ( ) ( ) (Look and Feel) (outreach) ... ( )DCMS Framework for the Future (Library, Learning and Information in the Next Decade) 8
  • ( ) (evolution) (public value) (distinctiveness) ( ) 1+1 > 2 (local interpretations of national programmes)DCMS Framework for the Future (Library, Learning and Information in the Next Decade) 9
  • ( ) BookStart Summer Reading Challenge Out of school hours study support Provide access to government Create new links to local services Online information services like online communities, learning, and activities Content creation (local history, geography, oral history)DCMS Framework for the Future (Library, Learning and Information in the Next Decade) 10
  • ( ) ( ) (Measures to tackle social exclusion, build community identity and develop citizenship) Remain relevant to the needs of all within the community Seeking, understanding, and serving the needs of non-usersDCMS Framework for the Future (Library, Learning and Information in the Next Decade) 11
  • —NYPL 12
  • Mobile collectionsExamples iPod Nano Overdrive 7500 13
  • eNYPL 14
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  • – NYPL 16
  • BookStart six early literacy skills http://www.multcolib.org/birthtosix/elitskills.html 17
  • e 18
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  • ( ) —NYPL 20
  • – ShelftalkersShelftalkers Shelftalkers 21
  • – Book trailers Book trailers YouTube 22
  • —NYPL 23
  • Twitter, Plurk, Facebook 24
  • 1.2. community centers3.4. 25
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  • ( ) () 30
  • podcast 31
  • ( ) 32
  • ? 33
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  • (outreach) (one-stop)(study areas) 35
  • () 36
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  • ( ) ( )( ) 38
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  • After-hours pickup Old Worthington Library NorthwestLibrary 40
  • Book salesDVD CD 41
  • Cafe service Old Worthington Library NorthwestLibrary 42
  • Community bulletin board Old Worthington LibraryNorthwest Library 43
  • Computers and software Worthington Libraries, ColumbusMetropolitan Library, Southwest PublicLibraries 44
  • Disability services CD 45
  • Homebound services ( )Homebound Service card 46
  • Homebound services ( ) 47
  • Homework Help Center OFFICE 48
  • Tax forms 49
  • Eat and drink at the library? OldWorthington Library Northwest Library 50
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  • RFID 52
  • (Book Return) RFIDRFID 53
  • 24 Facebook Twitter 54
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  • GPS Vocera / VoceraVocera 56
  • (one city – one book) 57
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  • ( )Childrens ProgramsHear a story, listen to music, sing songs, play gamesand have funTeen ProgramsJoin an anime or book club, stop by for pizza, gamesand moreAdult ProgramsHear favorite authors, join a book group, previewopera, dance or drama and moreWorld Languages speakersAttend a class, book group or event in your languageESL/English as a Second Language studentsImprove your English or learn to use a computer 59
  • Childrens Programs (Story Time )Begin with BooksHomework HelpGlobal ReadingChallengeSummer ReadingProgram 60
  • ESL Program-English for Speakers of Other Languages(ESOL) - e-mail 61
  • (Special Services) 62
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  • Community Outreach Services (Services for 50+ Adults) (Services to Nursing Homes) (Immigrant Services) (Correctional Service) (Services for Persons Without Homes) Income Tax Information (Services for Persons with Disabilities) 64
  • Next Chapter A 50+ Library Blog wii …… 65
  • Next Chapter A 50+ Library Blog 66
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  • (Read Aloud Programs) (Deposit Collections of Books)Bi-Folkal Kits (Multisensory ProgrammingKits) (Talking Book and BrailleService) 68
  • (Homebound) (email ) 69
  • Andrew Heiskell Library 70
  • English for Speakers of Other Languages(ESOL)“We Are New York” 71
  • ( ) ”a book recording project” Amazon Wish ListConnections and The Job Search 72
  • (Read Aloud Programs forChildren in Shelters) ("Read-to-me" Programs at Libraries withChildren from Shelters) 73
  • (Assistive Technologies) 74
  • (Screen Magnification) (Speech Synthesizer Software) / (Closed-Circuit TelevisionEnlargers) (Braille Writers) (Video RelayService for the Deaf/Hard-of-HearingCommunity) 75
  • (Large Type Books) (Audiobooks) (e-NYPL) (Video Recordingsfor People with Visual Disabilities) (Video Recordingsfor the Hearing Impaired/Closed CaptionedVideos) 76
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  • Library in 2013 (DCMS) (Sure Start area) (adult basic skills)DCMS Framework for the Future (Library, Learning and Information in the Next Decade) 79
  • Library in 2013 (DCMS) ( ) 80
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