Wednesday, December 12, 2012

INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS COMPETENCIES

SEMINAR KEBANGSAAN SUMBER ELEKTRONIK DI MALAYSIA 2012
5-7 DISEMBER 2012 : BAYVIEW BEACH RESORT PULAU PINANG
ANJURAN : Perpustakaan Tuanku Syed Faizuddin Putra, UniMAP & Malaysian Online e-Resources Consortium ( MOLEC )


PERKONGSIAN ILMU :
oleh En. Jamaluddin Sulaiman. Timb. Ketua Pustakawan Kanan. Perpustakaan Tun Abdul Razak,UiTM, Shah Alam.


INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS COMPETENCIES
by
Paula T. Kauffman, Dean of Libraries, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

7 NEW ROLES FOR LIBRARIANS
1.    Acquisitions and rights advisors
2.    Instructional partners in learning spaces
3.    Observers / anthropologists of Information users and producers
4.    Systems builders
5.    Content producers and disseminators
6.    Organizational designers
7.    Collaborative network creators and participants
Walters and Skinner: New Roles for New Times: Digital Curation for Preservation, ARL, March 2011


COMPETENCIES FOR ELECTRONIC RESOURCES LIBRARIANS        
      Specifics of concepts and issues of lifecycle of recorded knowledge
      Providing and maintaining access to electronic resources
      Research skills
      Uses data to inform decision-making
      Understands data generated by and related to e-resources
      Understands bibliometrics, systems analysis and other established research methods

COMPETENCIES: TECHNICAL SKILLS
      Technical proficiency (examples):
      Specific technologies (XML, RDF, et al) and equipment
      Discovery, search, retrieval systems
      ERMs
      Link resolvers and Open URL
      Mobile apps
      Social media
      Digitizing

TECHNICAL SKILLS (CONTINUED)
      Knowledge of (examples):
      Standards and best practices
      Licensing and contracts
      Metadata schema
      Selection practices
      Copyright and intellectual property
      Negotiation principles and methods

OTHER COMPETENCIES
      Ability to interact with:
      Content publishers and vendors
      Data producers
      Systems providers
      Campus/municipality staff
      Faculty, staff, students, other users
      Administrators
      Attorneys
      Consortial partners and staff
      Funders and donors

OTHER COMPETENCIES (CONTINUED)
      Ability to work in team environment and independently
      Interpersonal skills
      Communication skills – verbal and written
      Organizational skills
      Flexibility and comfort with change
      Critical thinking
      Budgets and finances
      Ethical; builds trust
      Respect for others
      Risk taking
      COLLABORATION
      Fund-raising skills

SKILLS FOR THE NEXT 10-20 YEARS
      Critical thinking
      Interpersonal skills
      Situational adaptability
      Cross-cultural competency
      Computational thinking
      Data management

SKILLS FOR THE NEXT 10-20 YEARS : (CONTINUED)
      New media literacy
      Multidisciplinarity
      Collaboration
      Life-long learning
      Career management
      Leadership


PREPARING LIBRARIANS FOR DIGITAL FUTURE
by
Prof Madya Dr Hj. Laili bin Hj Hashim and Rafidah Abdul Aziz

LIBRARIANS ROLE IN DIGITAL AGE
1.    Information Organizer and Provider – Able to provide services and instructions regardless of place or time
2.    Teacher and Educator – Able to educate and guide users instead of gathering and disseminating information to them
3.    Navigator, Browsing and filtering Experts – aware about new trends in technology and approaches.
4.    Library 2.0 – Communication between the librarians and their users through social network has been to be the best way to attract their attention towards the library
5.    Consultants – Librarians should be prepared to answer any queries by users 24 hours a day.
6.    Initiate the Outreach Program for Library Users – In preparing the librarians towards the digital future, librarians should take the initiative to approach their users instead of waiting for the users to approach them first.


RETHINKING LITERACIES FOR EFFECTIVE RESOURCE ACCESS
by
Sue Owen
Associate University Librarian – Client Services
Deakin University, Australia

PROFICIENCY STANDARDS FOR INSTRUCTION LIBRARIANS ( IL ) AND COORDINATORS
         Administrative skills
         Assessment and evaluation skills
         Communication skills
         Curriculum knowledge
         Information literacy integration skills
         Instructional design skills
         Leadership skills
         Planning skills
         Presentation skills
         Promotion skills
         Subject expertise
         Teaching skills

End - Thank You.

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