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Идеи в копилке IFLA для изменения библиотек в области ИТ

Пока цифротрансформаторы придумывают как цифротрансформировать отрасли, а библиотеки сосут лапу, ожидая, что их просто так позовут в цифровую трансформацию за красивые фонды, можно посмотреть какие идеи имеющие отношение к цифротрансформации нагенерировало международное бибсообщество.

Смотреть можно здесь: https://ideas.ifla.org/ideas/

Все смотреть ленно, но сколько-то идей выписал ниже. Что интересно, количественно идеи "столярок" так конечно есть, но и идей про цифру тоже не мало (67 из 240, т.е. примерно каждая четвертая), по крайней мере значительно больше, чем это в повестке российских библиотек. Ну а в России при активном участии минкульта доминирует повестка "столярок".

Еще отмечу, что из тех идей что я видел не хватает так сказать глобальности видения. Те идеи, что предлагаются не претендуют на слишком значительные изменения, но в совокупности сказано все, что я предлагал в технократическая библиотека.

Вот в алфавитном порядке около 70-ти идей:

  1. A “23 things and Learning 2.0” course for wider integration of digital technologies in the library sector
  2. A collaboration of the IFLA National Libraries Section with UNESCO on digital unification programs
  3. A single library catalogue for all kind of libraries in one country
  4. A social network for young librarians
  5. A unified integrated library system
  6. Adopt BIBFRAME
  7. Advocate for a digital plan for libraries
  8. Advocate for libraries as providers of algorithmic literacy
  9. As soon as possible switch from traditional to electronic catalogue and collection
  10. Awareness campaign for privacy
  11. Change your mindset in order to adapt to the changes in the digital environment
  12. Consortia for data management
  13. Create a free library application for the service “Ask a librarian”
  14. Create a global library information database
  15. Create a national wiki as a directory of experiences and a platform to encourage partnerships among libraries
  16. Create digital repositories
  17. Deploy a digital IFLA voucher system for resource sharing
  18. Develop a free access thesaurus
  19. Develop digital library content and online library services for the users
  20. Digitize the library’s collection to improve access
  21. Enhance the use of e-books, e-lending and e-publishing
  22. Establish academic specializations in the curriculum of the Library and Information Science
  23. Establish an IFLA WLIC digital preservation scholarship program for young professionals
  24. Establish joint storage and digital archives
  25. Expand access to our collections with open licences
  26. Focus on digitising local contents and making them accessible
  27. Form alliances with private companies to upgrade the technology in libraries
  28. Formulate work groups to develop work processes that transform traditional roles into the digital age where # possible
  29. Global bibliographic standards based on linked data
  30. IFLA statement on open access
  31. Include open science in the library field
  32. Increase electronic delivery and licensing models that allow resource sharing
  33. Initiate conversations in the library field with tech and commercial sectors on tech issues
  34. International cooperation to digitize heritage
  35. Invest in metadata standards and open access policy
  36. Librarians need statements and guidance on the digitization of traditional items
  37. Libraries to collaborate with universities to improve access to scholar materials
  38. List of open-access library databases
  39. National OPAC for documentary heritage
  40. Offer virtual or distance learning opportunities on library science
  41. One digital library with all eResources accessed via one membership
  42. One national interface for all digitised collections
  43. Open educational resources about information literacy
  44. Open source leadership in the library field
  45. Optimize preservation of digital resources
  46. Organize a foresight session entitled “Library in the era of digital transformation”
  47. Promote accessible formats from the IFLA Rare Books and Special Collections Section
  48. Promote open knowledge
  49. Promote the development of linked data in the global library domain
  50. Put more effort on the digital presence
  51. Share databases for document delivery services
  52. Share digitalised contents of cultural heritage
  53. Support more collaboration between libraries globally through a digital IFLA voucher
  54. Support open access and copyright
  55. Take actions on the linked open data registry identifying it as a strategic issue for IFLA
  56. Toolkit on personal archiving
  57. Track users’ behaviour on library websites
  58. Use big data to show the impact of libraries
  59. Use cloud computing to develop library services
  60. Use more free and open-source software
  61. Use more free resources
  62. Use of IFLA standards in the Semantic Web by creating declared ontologies in its namespaces’ registry
  63. Use online databases as a learning method when teaching students
  64. Use open-source software to automate some library tasks
  65. Virtual cataloguing
  66. Work in interoperability of metadata from the libraries
  67. Work with teachers to develop online educational programs