Mostrando 1-10 de 10 artigos, teses e dissertações.
1. Biblioteconomia nas IFES do Nordeste : currículo e formação na perspectiva da inclusão social. / librarianship IFES in the Northeast : curriculum and training from the perspective of social inclusion.
The present study aimed to analyze the curriculum of the courses of Librarianship in the Northeast Region of Brazil, identifying the relation of contents whose approach converging to social issues in some way leading to Social Inclusion. It was a documental research, of indirect observation whose methodology moved the border between a descriptive research an
IBICT - Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia. Publicado em: 30/07/2010
2. Formação e a competência informacional do bibliotecário-médico Brasileiro / Training and informational power of the Brazilian medical-librarian
This study aimed to investigate the different approaches on the training of medical-librarians, in order to observe their characteristics and proposals, and identify the informational literacy that would be desirable to these professionals in Brazil. Whereas the practice of the Medical Librarianship is recent in Brazil, the method used to achieve the propose
Publicado em: 2009
3. Análise dos planos de ensino do curso de biblioteconomia da UFRGS : estudo bibliométrico de referências
Reflete sobre a estrutura e organização dos planos de ensino do currículo do curso de graduação em Biblioteconomia da UFRGS, no período 2004/1. O objetivo principal do estudo foi traçar o perfil das referências utilizadas nos planos de ensino, através da análise da tipologia dos documentos, idiomas mais referenciados, procedência dos autores, tipo
Publicado em: 2009
4. Profissional bibliotecário: perfil exigido pelos concursos públicos nacionais. / The librarians profile: as requested by national open competitive examinations.
This study is aimed at identifying the librarians profile as requested by national open competitive examinations by both shedding light on the features of such examinations carried out between 2005 and March 2007 and comparing the curriculum syllabus in the Federal University of Bahia (Brazil) College of Librarianship with the competencies proposed by ALA/SL
Publicado em: 2007
5. Education for health sciences/biomedical librarianship: past, present, future.
This paper offers an analysis of and some predictions for the fields of library education and medical librarianship. The recent past of education for medical/health sciences librarianship is outlined, with emphasis on the changing nature of the library school, its faculty, and its students. The present situation is described, with specific reference to facul
6. MLA Certification: Its Present Problems and Future Development *
The certification program is reviewed and questions as to the validity of the existing three grades of certification are raised. Large institutions which employ many medical librarians do not officially recognize the certificates. The three types of certificates should be replaced with one certificate or diploma. Problems of meaningful examinations, lack of
7. Problem-based learning in a health sciences librarianship course.
Problem-based learning (PBL) has been adopted by many medical schools in North America. Because problem solving, information seeking, and lifelong learning skills are central to the PBL curriculum, health sciences librarians have been actively involved in the PBL process at these medical schools. The introduction of PBL in a library and information science c
8. The Missouri planning grant for the education and training of health sciences librarians.
The planning grant at the School of Library and Informational Science (SLIS) at the University of Missouri has two aims: (a) developing a model curriculum for health sciences librarianship at the master's level and (b) developing materials that can be delivered by alternative instructional methods. To accomplish the first aim, the faculty will investigate th
9. Preparation for Medical Librarianship: Status and Potential *
The educational programs for the preparation of health sciences information personnel are described and the lack of evaluative criteria or studies in relation to these programs is noted. The author recommends an extension of MLA's role in four areas of the educational process: curriculum design, teacher development, development of learning materials, and eva
10. Transforming the present--discovering the future: the University of Pittsburgh's NLM grant on education and training of health sciences librarians.
BACKGROUND: The University of Pittsburgh was awarded a grant by the National Library of Medicine to study the education and training needs of present and future medical librarians and health information specialists through a collaboration of the university's School of Information Sciences and Health Sciences Library System. Goals and objectives for the year-