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Knihovna: knihovnická revue 2017/2

Preface

Editorial

Renata Salátová

Reviewed articles

Perspectives of the development of pre-reading skills on the platform of intergenerational learning: a case study

Pavlína Mazáčová, Kateřina Hanušová
Summary: This article focuses on the topical subject of intergenerational learning as a platform for the development of pre-reading skills in the environment of a nursery school. The theme reflects on the research project 1 of a case study carried out in the field of information studies and librarianship. In the context of intergenerational learning and reader literacy it centres on the motivation factors in the involvement of seniors in intellectual activities, on the criteria for the choice of suitable texts for intergenerational interaction or perceptual and cognitive aspects of selected texts by pre-school children. Theoretical and research aspects of this study can serve as a relevant starting point for the application of programmes in intergenerational reading focusing on pre-reading activities in the non-formal educational environment of a library....

Transfers of confiscated books in Czechoslovakia after WWII

Marcela Strouhalová
Summary: Extensive confiscations of German property in Czechoslovakia after WWII included large amount of books and library collections. Beside the property of the Sudeten Germans there were also co-llections moved to the Sudetenland from Germany during the war. The article presents an outline of the transfers of this property after WWII....

Czechoslovak librarianship, 1939–1959: selected issues of historical development

Petra Večeřová, Ph.D.
Summary: The article is based on a paper presented at the information seminar „Books Discovered Once Again“ (Prague, 2016). It introduces the main trends in the development of Czechoslovak librarian­ship, 1939–1959 with reference to the National and University Library and the growth or stagnation of Czechoslovak libraries and their collections as a result of cultural and political events (censor­ship, confiscations including book seisures and depositories, war events etc.). The second part concentrates on selected changes in libraries and their attitude to readers following the Communist takeover in February 1948....

Library and information at home and abroad

Major topics in contemporary information science

Linda Jansová
Summary: The paper seeks to identify major topics in contemporary information science. To achieve this goal it analyses key information science publications, the most important information science journals and knowledge organization systems which include information science. Top categories from Zins knowledge map of information science and from ASIS&T thesaurus have been used to reconcile data gathered through the analysis. It has been found out that topics (concepts) pertaining to communication (transfer) of information from source to recipient occur most often. Hence, major topics in current information science correspond with probably the simplest definition of information science ever. This definition states that information science is the study of the communication of information in society....

The National survey of the salary, age and educational structure of the library employees in the Czech republic in 2016: Survey results

Vladana Pillerová
Summary: National library has realized an extensive The National survey of the salary, age, and educational structure of library employees in the Czech Republic in 2016. Examined topics were socio-demographic structure of library employees (age, gender, education) and their stability in the institution. Apart from this, the situation regarding salaries in libraries was also examined – average salary, library salary tables etc. Important part of the survey was estimating the volume of FTA’s on professional job positions and extent of necessary retraining. Results will be used for adjusting the offer of educational activities according to the new Strategy for lifelong learning of librarians and during the preparation of the new library job description....
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11th Conference on Grey Literature and Repositories
Date: October 24, 2018
Place: Balling Hall, National Library of Technology in Prague (Technická 6, 160 80 Prague 6 - Dejvice)
Call for papers
Call for papers are open now. Interested speakers are invited to submit their porposals. All proposals will be validated by the Programme Committee.
Papers submission deadline is May 14.


Twentieth International Conference on Grey Literature
Research Data Fuels and Sustains Grey Literature
December 3-4, 2018
Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana USA


ILI - Internet Librarian International
London, Great Britain
October 16-17, 2018




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