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Comunicação de Julia Bergmann, formadora em Web 2.0 e pesquisa na internet, co-fundadora do projecto "Zukunftswerkstatt", apresentada na conferência: "Videojogos e Web 2.0: Desafios para a ...

Comunicação de Julia Bergmann, formadora em Web 2.0 e pesquisa na internet, co-fundadora do projecto "Zukunftswerkstatt", apresentada na conferência: "Videojogos e Web 2.0: Desafios para a formação dos Bibliotecários", no dia 20 de Maio de 2010 no Goethe-Institut em Portugal

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  • From tradition to innovation Gaming and Web 2.0 Goethe-Institut Portugal May 20, 2010
  • Reference librarians should have four goals: • teaching patrons about the library’s functions and resources, as well as how to utilize them; • answering patrons’ questions; • helping patrons select good reading material; • and promoting the library to the greater community. Samuel Green, 1876
  • Who is studying Library Science?
  • New role models
  • Technolovers
  • Media-Natives
  • New Services • (e)Learning Helpdesk • Gaming Education Training • „genius bar“ • Media Support • Information agent • Publishing support
  • New Tasks • Trendscouting • Exploring and testing (Library Lab) • Media Moderation • Indentifying resources „information you can trust“ • Workflow oriented support
  • Greater Diversity • Diversity of job descriptions and tasks – Reference librarian – Learning and gaming consultant – Innovation librarian – Public networked librarian – Community technology steward – Metadata and resource management librarian – Media curator – Scientific consultant
  • Greater Diversity • Diversity of professions working together in the library – Librarians – Media educators – IT professionals – Marketing manager – Fundraiser
  • Innovation management • As part of the organization • As part of the institutional culture • As part of the mindset of any single librarian Learning from the culture of highly innovative companies
  • Skills 1.0 • Knowledge of all main library standards • Knowledge of information structures • Knowledge of Cataloging rules • Attention to detail • Correctness
  • Skills 2.0 • Knowledge of main library standards • Knowledge of information structures • media competence • Curiosity about technologies and media • Knowledge about trendscouting methods • Self-directed learning behaviour • Service orientation • Openess
  • Who will teach this? • Educators who trendscout • Educators who are part of the new media culture • Educators who have media competence • Educators who are media-natives • Educators who are open • Educators who can integrate and transform library standards into a fast-developing, process- based and technology-driven environment • Educators who are curious
  • Education 2.0 • New media methods will have to be part of teaching • Methods to encourage curiousity and exploration • Methods to encourage self-directed life long learning • Methods to encourage an open and transparent dialog with people
  • What does that all mean?
  • What do you think?
  • References Photos: Librarian Avengers http://www.flickr.com/photos/librarianavengers/260849159/ Ms. Phoenix http://www.flickr.com/photos/32020964@N08/4605170153/ Travelin librarian http://www.flickr.com/photos/travelinlibrarian/293039999/ Michael Casey http://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelcasey/2948423981/ Scott Robbin http://www.flickr.com/photos/srobbin/4309481995/ La Ignorancia Mata http://www.flickr.com/photos/laignoranciamata/312915407/ Florian.b http://www.flickr.com/photos/florian_b/44227093/ Patrick-allen http://www.flickr.com/photos/patrick-allen/4318787860/ Yukali http://www.flickr.com/photos/yukali/2758979596/ Rachel a.k. http://www.flickr.com/photos/kimonomania/474758933/ Websites: Samuel Swett Green. (2009, December 10). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 07:02, May 18, 2010, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Samuel_Swett_Green&oldid=330816186