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information and communication technologies
professional activity of library workers
electronic libraries
informative literacy
Eprints software

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S. M. Ivanova and V. A. Tkachenko, “SYSTEM OF INCREASE OF LIBRARY WORKERS INFORMATIVE LITERACY”, ITLT, vol. 20, no. 6, Feb. 2011, doi: 10.33407/itlt.v20i6.378.


The article is devoted to the problems of modern information and communication technologies use in professional activity of library workers. The methods of increase of librarian informative literacy are offered. The special course aiming to prepare the skilled specialists who can decide innovative tasks on introduction, management and work with electronic resources is described. The tasks which will help listeners to enter in a theory and practice of electronic resources use in a modern library are decided in the course, such as: to form skills for working in electronic libraries; to teach the methods of modernization of informative librarian services on the base of technologies and resources of electronic libraries, freely Eprints software use.
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Пронина Е. Ю., Пронин В. Н. Использование АИБС «1С: Школьная библиотека» для автоматизации деятельности библиотек учреждений общего образования: Программа и методические рекомендации (вариативный модуль). – М.: ООО «Хронобус», 2008. – 45 с.

Электронные библиотеки в образовании: Программа специализированного учебного курса /В. К. Степанов, М. В. Моисеева. – М.: Изд. дом «Обучение-Сервис», 2006. – 16 с.

Пример построения научных архивов с помощью Eprints. /А. В. Новицкий, В. А. Резниченко, Г. Ю. Проскудина. – [Електронний ресурс]. – Режим доступу:

The American Library Association [ALA] (Cайт Американської бібліотечної асоціації). – [Електронний ресурс]. – Режим доступу:

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