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El papel de las bibliotecas universitarias en el futuro del acceso abierto Publicado en Junio 28, 2013 por julio Harris, Siân (2012). [e-Book] Moving towards an open access future:the role of academic libraries. London, SAGE, 2012 Descargar El 26 de abril 2012 Un grupo de 14 bibliotecarios y otros expertos se reunieron en la British Library para discutir cuál es el papel de la biblioteca universitaria en el futuro del acceso abierto. Los objetivos de la mesa redonda fueron proporcionar una perspectiva internacional sobre el posible impacto futuro del libre acceso para identificar el apoyo y las habilidades requeridas por parte de los bibliotecarios, de sus instituciones, editores, patrocinadores y otras partes implicadas. Los participantes examinaron los presupuestos, los roles y las relaciones dentro de las instituciones, y el impacto sobre los servicios tradicionales de la biblioteca. El contexto de libre acceso en la próxima década • No es probable que haya muchas diferencias entre disciplinas, en particular un área importante serán los artículos médicos.

Visual Resources Association | The International Association Of Image Media Professionals Library-OAReport.pdf Resource Description La planificación como estrategia en las bibliotecas de la UPC | Josep Vives-Gràcia Laplanifcacióncomoestrategiaenlasbibliotecasdela El profesional de la información, v.16, n. 4, julio-agosto 2007 “La UPC es pionera enel ámbito universitarioespañol en la introducciónde la de la planificaciónestratégica comoherramienta de gobierno y gestión de la universidad” 1.1. La Universitat Politècnica deCatalunya espioneraenelámbitouniversitarioespañolenlaintroduc-cióndeladelaplanicaciónestra-tégicacomoherramientadegobier-noygestióndelauniversidad. Plan de uturo de la UPC 1990 encargadoala Unesco Plan estratégico UPC 1994-1998 . Plan estratégico UPC 1998-2002 . Plan estratégico UPC 2003-2006 . Plan estratégico UPC102007-2010 . Elactualplanestratégicosecomplementacontrestiposdeac-tuacionesestratégicas:1 Contrato Programa de laUPC conla Generalitat de Cata-lunya .2. Aprèn 2010 . Serviciode Lenguas y Terminología . sostenible2015. . 1.2. El Servicio de Bibliotecas y Do-cumentación )dela . . . . . .

Home A beginner's guide to promote content on social media If you don’t know how to promote content on social media, putting all the pieces together can feel like quite a challenge. There are so many options, so many technologies, and so many tips and tricks all clamoring for your attention. To help distill the process down to its basic elements, we’ve created two imaginary business owners: Marisa, who owns a retail store, and Ted, who owns a professional services firm. This post will outline their businesses needs and their content promotion goals. Each promotion plan is a little different, because the businesses are different. The basic elements of a promotion planHow they should change with different business prioritiesHow to decide which options are best for you These promotion plans do not go into a screen-shot by screen-shot explanation of how to set up tweets or Facebook updates. How to promote content on social media – example 1: Marisa, modern furniture store owner Marisa has got a retail location and a website. Comments about this plan

The Decline and Fall of the Library Empire The past 30 years of library history is littered with projects and plans and sometimes just dreams of ways the library might play a more pivotal role in the digital revolution that continues to transform the information landscape around us. Some of those projects never really got off the ground. Web Directories Remember those heady early days when we thought we were going to catalog the web? Of course, OCLC was not the only outfit to try it. Library 2.0 Jumping ahead a few years, we have Library 2.0. Take Daniel Okrent’s Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition as an example. Why? Virtual Reference Some concepts that have gotten librarians all excited have clearly not interested the patrons we hoped to serve. All of this was accompanied, of course, by a deluge of conference sessions, papers, and articles on every conceivable minutia of virtual reference. Today, although virtual reference is still around — now supplemented by “text” and SMS — it is a mere shadow of its former self.

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