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lørdag, september 29, 2012

P 61/12: Framtidas forskningsbibliotek

Filed under: framtid, web 2.0 — plinius @ 1:49 pm

Jobben er gjort.

Danskene har nettopp laget en utmerket analyse av Fremtidens forskningsbibliotek. Dokumentet er inspirert av den amerikanske trendrapporten fra ACRL: Association of College and Research Libraries (første post i litteraturlisten). Her i Norge har UBtinget skrevet en grei oppsummering av hovedkonklusjonene fra Danmark.

Nedenfor gjengir jeg den danske litteraturlisten. Det er også interessant å se hvor flunkende ny denne litteraturen er:

  • 2012 – 8 poster
  • 2011 – 9 poster
  • 2010 – 3 poster

Litteraturliste

  1. ACRL Research Planning and Review Committee: 2012 Top Ten Trends in Academic Libraries – a Review of the Trends and Issues Affecting Academic Libraries in Higher Education. (College and Research Libraries News, 2012, vol. 73, no. 6, pp. 311-320)
  2. Association of College & Research Libraries: Standards for Libraries in Higher Education. Chicago, IL: ACRL, 2011.
  3. Association of Research Libraries: The ARL 2030 Scenarios – A User’s Guide for Research Libraries. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 2010. 92 pp.
  4. Auckland, Mary (conducted for RLUK): Re-skilling for Research – An investigation into the role and skills of subject and liaison librarians required to effectively support the evolving information needs of researchers. London: Research Libraries UK, 2012. 115 pp.
  5. Brown, Karen and Kara J. Malenfant: Connect, Collaborate, and Communicate – A report from the Value of Academic Libraries Summits. Chicago, IL: ACRL, 2012. 32 pp.
  6. Coffman, Steve: The Decline and Fall of the Library Empire. (Searcher, 2012, vol. 20, no. 3, pp. 14-21)
  7. Creaser, Claire and Valéri Spezi: Working together – evolving value for academic libraries. Loughborough: Loughborough University, Sage, 2012. 16 pp.
  8. Curtis, Geoff … [et al.]: Academic libraries of the future Scenarios beyond 2020 + How to use the scenarios. London: , 2011. 44 pp. + 38 pp.
  9. De Belder, Kurt: Transformation of the Academic Library. (LIBER, 41st Annual Conference, 27-30 June 2012, Tartu, Estonia)
  10. DEFF: Biblioteker som katalysator for udviklingen af Danmark som innovativt samfund – DEFFs strategi 2012-2016. DEFF, 2011. 46 s.
  11. Inayatullah, Sohail: Which Future for Libraries? Metafuture.org, 2011. 3 pp. http://www.metafuture.org/Articles/which-futurefor-libraries.htm VIRKER IKKE
  12. Musa, Bernd and Hilmar Schmundt: Abandoning the stacks for a multimedia wonderland – libraries of the future. (Spiegel Online International 10/21/2011)
  13. Neal, James G.: Advancing From Kumbaya to Radical Collaboration – Redefining the Future Research Library. (Journal of Library Administration, 2011, vol. 51, pp. 66-76)
  14. Oakleaf, Megan: Value of Academic Libraries – A Comprehensive Research Review and Report. Chicago, IL: ACRL, 2010. 182 pp.
  15. Staley, David J.: Futures thinking for academic librarians – Scenarios for the future of the book. Chicago, IL: ACRL, 2012. 34 pp.
  16. Staley, David J. and Kara J. Malenfant: Futures thinking for academic librarians – Higher education in 2025. Chicago, IL: ACRL, 2010. 33 pp.
  17. Taiga Forum: 2011 Provocative statements (Challenging the traditional boundaries in libraries, 2011) http://taigaforumprovocativestatements.blogspot.dk/ VIRKER IKKE
  18. University Leadership Council: Redefining the Academic Library – Managing the Migration to Digital Information Services. Washington, DC: The Advisory Board Company, 2011. 95 pp.
  19. Walters, Tyler and Katharine Skinner: New Roles for New Times – Digital Curation for Preservation: Report Prepared for the Association of Research Libraries. Washington, DC: ARL, 2011. 76 pp.
  20. Zenke, Paul: The future of academic libraries: An interview with Steven J. Bell. (Education Futures 3/26/2012)

Ressurser

  • Fremtidens forskningsbibliotek. Rapport fra Danmarks Forskningsbiblioteksforenings Arbejdsgruppe vedr. FFUbibliotekernes Fremtid, september 2012.

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