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The concepts of informational process in collaborative projects. Repanovici & Landoy

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The concepts of informational process in collaborative projects. Repanovici & Landoy

  1. 1. The concepts ofThe concepts of informational process ininformational process in collaborative projectscollaborative projects Prof. dr Angela Repanovici Transilvania University of Brasov, Roumania Cand. Philol Ane Landøy Bergen University Library, Norway LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  2. 2. Information literacyInformation literacy Recognised as an important skill Needed for all citizens Special responsability for Institutions of Higher Education LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  3. 3. CollaborationCollaboration Practicalities Who teaches? What material to use? Best practices LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  4. 4. Common researchCommon research Fall 2007/spring 2008 Brasov and Bergen App 100 students each place Different subjects Students already in the library Romanian to English to Norwegian LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  5. 5. Some findingsSome findings Students using both public and university library Huge majority see library as prerequiste for further knowledge Advantages: Pleasant study environments, more knowledge Some similarities but also differences between Bergen and Brasov LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  6. 6. Use of documentsUse of documents 97 % of Bergen students agree that the documents of the university library meet their study needs in their field in a very good (47 %) or passable (50 %) manner. In Brasov the number is 53 %, while almost 40 % report that the study need is met in a badly manner. LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  7. 7. Use of documentsUse of documents In Bergen 67 % would rather study both electronic and printed documents. 23 % would like only printed documents, and 7 % would prefer to only use electronic documents. In Brasov 56% would rather study both electronic and printed documents. 25% would like only printed documents, and 18 % would prefer to only use electronic documents. LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  8. 8. Finding informationFinding information When asked about where to go to find information in order to solve a problem concerning a theme for a prject, 52 % of the Bergen students answers that they will go to the Internet, while 22 % will go to the library catalogue and 16 % to the library databases. From Brasov the answers from 43 % of the students is that they will go to the Internet, while 37 % will go to the library catalogue and only 20% prefers library database. LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  9. 9. Impact from the findingsImpact from the findings Planning the teaching of information literacy: ◦ students both in Norway and Romania prefer the Internet as information source ◦ not acquainted with proper scholarly conduct LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  10. 10. Students not acquainted withStudents not acquainted with the rigorously scientific documentation sources, the academic literature, the scholar internet, the invisible web, the evaluation of the resources, the ethic notions, plagiarism communication of results in scientific research LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  11. 11. Web-based modulesWeb-based modules developeddeveloped Brasov: Research and write Bergen: Search and write LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  12. 12. Research And Write Online Tutorial IM.MF.I.01.07 Tehnici de documentare si comunicare DOCUMENTATION TECHNIQUES ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT TRANSILVANIA University of Brasov, ROMANIA http://elearning.unitbv.ro/im/course/view.php?id=407 LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
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  16. 16. Strategic and CollaborativeStrategic and Collaborative Interdisciplinary ApproachesInterdisciplinary Approaches for Information Literacy Skillsfor Information Literacy Skills WORKSHOP EXPLORATORY WORKSHOP 21_WE/2009 LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
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  18. 18. WORKSHOP EXPLORATORY WORKSHOPWORKSHOP EXPLORATORY WORKSHOP 21_WE/200921_WE/2009 Objectives of the workshop: Development objectives, in the long term: Development of a unitary policy in the development of a curriculum in IL Creation of an online tutorial Determining differentiation elements on different fields Development of a national program for including IL in the study curricula Immediate objectives: Creation of a pilot program in IL for professors’ and librarians’ trainers. LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  19. 19. WORKSHOP EXPLORATORY WORKSHOPWORKSHOP EXPLORATORY WORKSHOP 21_WE/200921_WE/2009 Products of the workshop: Development of curriculum materials Trainers’ instruction in IL and components of the curricula Evaluation and synthesis of the curricula experience LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  20. 20. http://mfm.unitbv.ro/site_OLD/pagini/proiecte_ro/ID_21AR/01%2http://mfm.unitbv.ro/site_OLD/pagini/proiecte_ro/ID_21AR/01%2 0about%20project.htm0about%20project.htm LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
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  22. 22. First institutional repository Brasov- a collaborative result Influence of Open Access in Information LiteracyLILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  23. 23. Transformation of Curricula at TransilvaniaTransformation of Curricula at Transilvania University of Brasov,University of Brasov, completecomplete IL tutorial with OAIL tutorial with OA modulmodul The Open Access movement in scholarly communications poses new issues and concerns for medical education in general and information literacy education specifically. Open Access can affect the availability of new information, instructional materials, and scholarship in medical education. For students, Open Access materials continue to be available to them post-graduation, regardless of affiliation. LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  24. 24. Modul OA: Open accessModul OA: Open access toto scientific literaturescientific literature "Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in Science Basic principles of open access Archiving electronic documents accessible online digital warehouse Open access journals Copyright and self-archiving-archiving to be available in the Internet LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  25. 25. Modul OA: Open accessModul OA: Open access to scientific literatureto scientific literature Directory of open access journals Institutional repository Directory of Open Access Repository SHERPA-Romeo DRIVER LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  26. 26. InformationalInformational resourses fiindresourses fiind in Open Access journalsin Open Access journals LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  27. 27. Informational resourses find inInformational resourses find in institutional repositoriesinstitutional repositories OpenDOAR – The Directory of Opean Access Repositories Ranking Web of World Repositories Repository 66 Charles W. Bailey, Jr., Instiutional Repositories, Tout de Suite Registry of Open Access Repositories LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  28. 28. First International Conference in Information Literacy, Sibiu, Romania April 2010 http://bcu.ulbsibiu.ro/conference/ LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  29. 29. ConclusionsConclusions Colaboration between Bergen University and Brasov University was very fruitfull. We developed a lot of common project, collaborative activities, we started a small ring and developed one big RINGIDEA collaboration. We share experiences, we meet new collaborators and all for the benefit of humanities! LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  30. 30. ReferencesReferences  Brower , Stewart M,Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 1540-9597, Volume 29, Issue 1, 2010, Pages 85 – 91  Herring, J E, Teaching Information Skills in Schools. London: Library Association Publishing (1996) Herring, J E, Exploiting the Internet as an Information Resource in Schools. London: Library Association Publishing (1999) Herring, J E, The Internet and Information Skills: A guide for teachers and school librarians. London: Library Association Publishing (2003)  The Final Report from the Presidential Committee on Information Literacy, released on January 10, 1989, in Washington, D.C.  OCLC: “Perceptions of Libraries and Information Resources”, 2005, p 1-4 LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
  31. 31. ReferencesReferences  OCLC: “Perceptions of Libraries and Information Resources”, 2005, p 1-17  Kibirge, H.M. & DePalo, L. (2000). "The Internet as a source of academic research information: findings of two pilot studies." Information Technology and Libraries, 19, 11-16.  Jacobson, F.F. (1991). "Gender differences in attitudes toward using computers in libraries: an exploratory study." Library and Information Studies Research, 13, 267-279.  Repanovici, Angela; Landoy, Ane.(2007): Information Literacy Applied on Electronic Resources; Practices from Brasov, Romania and Bergen, Norway. In: Proceedings of the World Library and Information Congress: 73rd IFLA General Conference 2007, Durban, South Africa  Valentine, B. (1993). "Undergraduate research behavior: using focus groups to generate theory" Journal of Academic Librarianship, 19(5), 300-304 LILAC Conference, Limerick, March 29, 2010
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