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  • 2004 No blogs by librarians One blog by an archivist One blog by an undergraduate LIS student Some “ fora /BBS” experiments Some portuguese librarians cooperate and publish on Brazilian Blogs ( Bibliotecários sem Fronteiras founded March 2002) 2005 Some librarian authored blogs founded, some fully dedicated to LIS Late 2005: Seminal articles by Tim O’Reilly, emergence of Web 2.0 and Library 2.0 as insistent background noises and “solutions in search of problems” 2006 Blogging is considered a risky activity by most professionals. Some full LIS blogging experiments in full swing. Late 2006: A librarian/scholar proposes to hold a round table of bloggers at the 2007 APBAD conference, and the proposal is accepted. 2007 (The year all hell broke loose!!!) April: APBAD 6 bloggers stand in front of a more than 150 librarians and archivists of all generations answering questions and giving testimony of each one’s experience

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  • 1. 5TH TRIENNAL ECIS LIBRARIANS’ CONFERENCE. GOING PLACES… BERLIN, 28 FEB – 2 MARCH 2008 School libraries staff competencies: cooperation and research centered tools Maria José Vitorino Gonçalves THEKA Calouste Gulbenkian Project for Teacher’s Education to Develop School Libraries www.theka.org Portugal mariajosevitorino@gmail.com
  • 2. Vila Franca de Xira, Portugal, Europa S/autor (2006) in workshoptejo.fc.ul.pt/Photos.htm28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 2
  • 3. Context 1Where and when are we staying and going to Portugal, THEKA, 2004- Portugal, RBE School Libraries Network Program (1996- ) Europe, ENSIL European Network for School Libraries and Information Literacy (2003- ) Global, IASL (1993- ) Global, IFLA (1978- ) Global, Web 2.0 (clocking…)28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 3
  • 4. Images THEKA (2008), courtesy28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 4
  • 5. SLNP. Portugal, RBE, 1200 School Libraries (2008) Images Ana Melo (2007, 2008), courtesy28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 5
  • 6. Global Arena ENSILAll learners in each country of Europe are entitled to quality school library/media centres and services. In order to achieve this, each country in Europe, and the European Union, should adopt and implement the principles of the IFLA/Unesco Manifesto.Ensil invites other libray and educational organisations throughout Europe to join and contribute to further discussion and action. ENSIL Amsterdam Statement, 2003 www.ensil.eu28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 6
  • 7. TIC: Technologies, 2.028 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 7
  • 8. TIK: new sense, new senses? En el verano de 1972, Carlos Lenkersdorf escuchó esta palabra por primera vez. Había sido invitado a una asamblea de los indios tzeltales, en el pueblo de Bachaján, y no entendía nada. Él no conocía la lengua y la discusión, muy animada, le sonaba como lluvia loca. La palabra tik atravesaba esa lluvia. Todos la decían y la repetían, tik, tik, tik, y su repiqueteo se imponía en el torrente de voces. Era una asamblea en clave de tik. Carlos había andado mucho mundo, y sabía que la palabra yo es la que más se usa en todos los idiomas. Tik, la palabra que brilla en el centro de los decires y los vivires de estas comunidades mayas, significa nosotros. Eduardo Galeano Bocas de tiempo, Siglo XXI28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 8
  • 9. TIK: WE.0  2004 Portugal  0 blogs by librarians  1 blog by 1 archivist  1 blog by 1 Lis studente  ? Blogs by teachers  Cooperation of portugueses librarians in Brazilien blogs (Bibliotecários sem Fronteiras created in 2002)  2007 Portugal  April: APBAD (National Conference, Azores) 6 bloggers speaking for 150 interested librarians and archivists, all generations and regions  Plenty of School Libraries ad SL professionals blogs (and growing…) Anjos, Júlio Bibliotecario 2.0 http://blog.bib20.com/page/2/ (2007) (adapted)28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 9
  • 10. Biblioteca Escolar en/por la web28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 10
  • 11. Prácticas y aprendizajeA minha formação como homem e a minha carreira como profissional, devo-a tanto às interferências positivas dos meus educadores e mestres, como, sobretudo, aos erros educativos que eles cometeram para comigo. Aprendi por intuição e experiência de vida que as atitudes chamadas erradas são tão válidas em educação como as atitudes correctas.Mi formación como hombre y my camino como profesional, la debo tanto a las interferencias positivas de mis educadores y maestros, como, particularmente, a los errores educativos que ellos han hecho comigo. He aprendido por intuición y experiencia de vida que las atitudes llamadas erros són tán válidas en educación como las atitudes correctasO educador em que me tornei renunciou há muito à crença mágica do educador perfeito, como o profissional que sou renunciou a esconder a ignorância com a erudição.El educador en que me volví hace mucho que renunció à la creencia mágica en el perfecto educador, así como el profesional que soy renunció a ocultar la ignorancia com la erdudición.Aprecio, portanto, os homens mais por aquilo que são (para o meu sentir) do que por aquilo que dizem.Valoro, así, más a los hombres por eso que ellos son (para mí sentir) que por eso que dícen. João dos Santos Medico. Educador. (Portugal, séc. XX)28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 11
  • 12. Context 2To train, trained, training. (For) me, you, us Professional’s Training Trends and Agenda  Portugal  Europe  Global28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 12
  • 13. SLNP Professionals Training Plans, Portugal, 2006 Portuguese SL do not have School Librarian’s career Post graduations, Masters, 1 Exception: Caldinhas 2% 6% PhD, Private School 41% training 250 hours SL Coordinator is a teacher, leading a team (>4 teachers, + variable teachers in service training non teacher staff (more than 25 hours) members) 51% without training28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 13
  • 14. Context 3THEKA Calouste Gulbenkian Project for Teacher Education to DevelopSchool Libraries, Portugal, 2004-2008 FGC pretends to promote training teacher’s training on school libraries. Goals Training teachers to develop schools libraries as resource centres to improve reading, information literacy, pupils success and learning, as well as to provide support for lifelong learning and gateways to knowledge and culture. Developing school library projects working closely with pupils, staff, and community, through managing and supporting the school curriculum and extra-curricular activities in order to promote a whole-school ethos. Creating and maintaining self-training resources using a wide range of different supports including web pages, database, reference documents, information on research and innovation Target teachers and pupils Teachers: Pre-school and Basic Education, mainly primary teachers Pupils: Three to Eighteen years old pupils28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 14
  • 15. THEKA as a Tool’s Lab28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 15
  • 16. Tool 1 Constructivist framework for SL training Project centered training design How  Purpose declaration  Designing Project  Applying / Changing it  Reporting28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 16
  • 17. Tool 2 Cooperation centered tools CoP Communities of practice Tutors: a Training Clue Sharing culture28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 17
  • 18. Making real sharing cultures: Web and Plus! Imag.28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 18
  • 19. Tool 3. Research-TransformationCentered tools SL and Learning Impact self-evaluations strategies, a research-action- training process Reference sources:  SLA (UK)  IASL,  information gathered upon THEKA projects and materials28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 19
  • 20. Our network is larger than you might imagine and smaller than we want it to be !28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 20
  • 21. Further mariajosevitorino@gmail.com www.theka.org   www.apbad.pt  www.rbe.min-edu.pt28 Feb 2008 Maria Jose Vitorino (THEKA) 5th Triennal ECIS Librarians Conference Berlin, 28 Feb/2 March 2008 21