Find The Passion – the career that lets you work
with the things you love
CILIP New Professionals Information Day
Tuesday,...
• Who am I?
• Why Library Studies?
• Why become involved?
• What is going on out there?
• Do research and profession go ha...
Who am I?
Why Library Studies?
• Three-year Diploma in Librarianship
• Two-year Degree in Library and Information
Studies
• One-year...
Who am I?
• Degree in Library and Information Studies
• Master in Scientific Information
Who am I?
• Researcher
• Journalist
• Translator
• Events organiser
• Interpreter
• Teacher
• Techno-geek
• Bibliometricia...
Who am I?
Why Library Studies?
• Never thought about it before
• Didn’t want to work in a library or archive
• Wanted to be a journa...
Why Library Studies?
• First professional experience
• Did my share of journalism!
• Started to love the profession
• Wrot...
Why become involved?
National
level
FESABID
Regional
level
Andalucía
Madrid
Cantabria…
Professional
types
Librarians
Subje...
Why become involved?
Why become involved?
Learning about…
• … “the real world”
• … job profiles
• ... new ideas
Networking…
• … and collaborati...
What is going on out there?
International Federation of Library Associations
• Founded in 1927
• 1600 members from 150
cou...
What is going on out there?
International Federation of Library Associations
Aims
1. Promote high standards of
library and...
What is going on out there?
International Federation of Library Associations
Some of the things they do
• Database of succ...
What is going on out there?
International Federation of Library Associations
How to get involved
• Papers
• Grants -> Adop...
What is going on out there?
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand?
Linguistic treatment of questions in Spanish for question
classification i...
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand?
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand?
Bibliometrics is a set of methods used to study or
measure texts and infor...
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand?
Bibliometrics is a set of methods used to study or
measure texts and infor...
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand?
Bibliometrics is a set of methods used to study or
measure texts and infor...
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand?
Bibliometrics is a set of methods used to study or
measure texts and infor...
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand?
• Methodology research
– Development of indicators to measure scientific
i...
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand?
Production Impact
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand?
Moya Anegón, F.; Jiménez Contreras, E.; Moneda Corrochano, M. (1998). Rese...
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand?
They don’t interact anymore!!
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand?
• Science and Scientific Communication
Evaluation
• Professionaly-oriented...
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand?
Scientific Evaluation Agencies
Evaluation of scientific
journals
Training ...
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand ?
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand ?
• Works for a customer’s group (research
group)
• Responds to group’s inf...
Do research and the profession go
hand in hand ?
Assignments
 Strategies for promotion and dissemination of its activitie...
Putting the pieces together
Putting the pieces together
Professional
activism
Research
Profession
Publications
Putting the pieces together
Never underestimate de
importance of a Librarian
(Idea kindly donated by Elsevier)
Find The Passion – the career that lets you work
with the things you love
CILIP New Professionals Information Day
Tuesday,...
Chart of the World on Mercator’s projection:
Daniel Lizars (1831) | Librarians – The thin
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  • First professional experience: Describir las tareas que hacía, también en referencia a la tele y al proyecto en el que participé del 75 aniversario del periódico
    Did my share of journalism: Hablar de mi relación con la sección de cultura. Escribí un total de 8 artículos y colaboré durante más de un año
    Started to love the profession: Respondiendo a las peticiones de los periodistas, por ejemplo, con las elecciones, con los futbolistas o con periodistas de otras redacciones
    Wrote first article on a scientific journal: No un artículo científico, recursos para el periodista científico, en el que trabajé con Amanda, documentalista jefe del periódico
  • Learning things from the inside

    Networking, networking, networking…
  • Learning things from the inside

    Networking, networking, networking…
  • Learning things from the inside

    Networking, networking, networking…
  • Learning things from the inside

    Networking, networking, networking…
  • Learning things from the inside

    Networking, networking, networking…
  • The Global Profession: the overseas perspective

    1. 1. Find The Passion – the career that lets you work with the things you love CILIP New Professionals Information Day Tuesday, 23rd November, Newcastle Nicolás Robinson-García EC3 Research Group University of Granada
    2. 2. • Who am I? • Why Library Studies? • Why become involved? • What is going on out there? • Do research and profession go hand in hand? • Putting the pieces together
    3. 3. Who am I?
    4. 4. Why Library Studies? • Three-year Diploma in Librarianship • Two-year Degree in Library and Information Studies • One-year Professional/Research Master • PhD Thesis (3 years) Assistant Librarian Librarian Subject-based Librarian or Research Assistant Researcher/Lecturer
    5. 5. Who am I? • Degree in Library and Information Studies • Master in Scientific Information
    6. 6. Who am I? • Researcher • Journalist • Translator • Events organiser • Interpreter • Teacher • Techno-geek • Bibliometrician • Research-adviser • Librarian
    7. 7. Who am I?
    8. 8. Why Library Studies? • Never thought about it before • Didn’t want to work in a library or archive • Wanted to be a journalist • Keen on information technology Did I get to do what I wanted?
    9. 9. Why Library Studies? • First professional experience • Did my share of journalism! • Started to love the profession • Wrote first article for a scientific journal!
    10. 10. Why become involved? National level FESABID Regional level Andalucía Madrid Cantabria… Professional types Librarians Subject-based librarians Archivists… Andalucía AAPID Information Professionals AAB Librarians AAA Archivists
    11. 11. Why become involved?
    12. 12. Why become involved? Learning about… • … “the real world” • … job profiles • ... new ideas Networking… • … and collaborating • … finding job opportunities • … making friends! Learning how to… • … organise events • … public speaking • … interact with other professionals And overall… • … becoming part of a community • … making a difference!
    13. 13. What is going on out there? International Federation of Library Associations • Founded in 1927 • 1600 members from 150 countries • 5 Divisions • 6 Core Activities • 48 Sections • 12 Special Interest Groups • 5 Joint Activities
    14. 14. What is going on out there? International Federation of Library Associations Aims 1. Promote high standards of library and infomation services 2. Encourage understanding of the value of libraries 3. Represent the interests of members throughout the world
    15. 15. What is going on out there? International Federation of Library Associations Some of the things they do • Database of success stories • Guidelines • Internet Manifesto, IFLA/Unesco Manifesto for Multicultural Libraries
    16. 16. What is going on out there? International Federation of Library Associations How to get involved • Papers • Grants -> Adopt a student! • Volunteering • Membership • Standing Committee members
    17. 17. What is going on out there?
    18. 18. Do research and the profession go hand in hand? Linguistic treatment of questions in Spanish for question classification in question answering systems
    19. 19. Do research and the profession go hand in hand?
    20. 20. Do research and the profession go hand in hand? Bibliometrics is a set of methods used to study or measure texts and information…
    21. 21. Do research and the profession go hand in hand? Bibliometrics is a set of methods used to study or measure texts and information… … Citation analysis and content analysis are commonly used bibliometric methods…
    22. 22. Do research and the profession go hand in hand? Bibliometrics is a set of methods used to study or measure texts and information… … Citation analysis and content analysis are commonly used bibliometric methods… … While bibliometric methods are most often used in the field of library and information science, bibliometrics have wide applications in other areas.
    23. 23. Do research and the profession go hand in hand? Bibliometrics is a set of methods used to study or measure texts and information… … Citation analysis and content analysis are commonly used bibliometric methods… … While bibliometric methods are most often used in the field of library and information science, bibliometrics have wide applications in other areas.
    24. 24. Do research and the profession go hand in hand? • Methodology research – Development of indicators to measure scientific impact • Scientific disciplines – Researchers’ information behaviour within scientific areas • Science policy – Tools developed to assess policy makers related with research funding and resources distribution
    25. 25. Do research and the profession go hand in hand? Production Impact
    26. 26. Do research and the profession go hand in hand? Moya Anegón, F.; Jiménez Contreras, E.; Moneda Corrochano, M. (1998). Research fronts in Library and Information Science in Spain (1985-1994). Scientometrics. 42 (2):229- 246 Same topic Bibliometrics
    27. 27. Do research and the profession go hand in hand? They don’t interact anymore!!
    28. 28. Do research and the profession go hand in hand? • Science and Scientific Communication Evaluation • Professionaly-oriented research group via … … bibliographic tools, dissemination and professional training on Bibliometrics
    29. 29. Do research and the profession go hand in hand? Scientific Evaluation Agencies Evaluation of scientific journals Training courses for lecturers Training courses for academic librarians Embedded Librarian Science 2.0 Bibliometrics
    30. 30. Do research and the profession go hand in hand ?
    31. 31. Do research and the profession go hand in hand ? • Works for a customer’s group (research group) • Responds to group’s information needs • Works hand in hand with the research leader • Creates virtual workspaces for its users • Works outside the library within the user’s environment
    32. 32. Do research and the profession go hand in hand ? Assignments  Strategies for promotion and dissemination of its activities  Data curation and information retrieval  Pre-prints management: Journal’s instruction for authors  Journal selection and submission process  Dissemination of pre-print once the paper has been accepted  Monitorisation of impact of the paper through bibliometric indicators  Criteria from evaluation agencies in order to develop publication policies  Up to date information regarding research funding proposals
    33. 33. Putting the pieces together
    34. 34. Putting the pieces together Professional activism Research Profession Publications
    35. 35. Putting the pieces together
    36. 36. Never underestimate de importance of a Librarian (Idea kindly donated by Elsevier)
    37. 37. Find The Passion – the career that lets you work with the things you love CILIP New Professionals Information Day Tuesday, 23rd November, Newcastle Nicolás Robinson-García EC3 Research Group University of Granada
    38. 38. Chart of the World on Mercator’s projection: Daniel Lizars (1831) | Librarians – The thin blue line between you and the FBI | Map of Spain 1790 – Uhanu | Premio de investigación de la AAD al GrupoEC3 – Daniel Torres Salinas | Nieves – Dídac Margaix | shiny star leaf fringed weirdly in tarry moongate – Karl- Ludwig Poggemann | Puzzle – Ryan Amos | Cena – Dídac Margaix | Buena cosecha - Sergio Credits
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