THE WEBPORTAL OF V.O. SUKHOMLYNSKY STATE SCIENTIFIC AND PEDAGOGICAL LIBRARY OF UKRAINE AS AN INFORMATION RESOURCE FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF RESEARCH IN EDUCATION, PEDAGOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY
In the context of the digital transformation of society and the integration of Ukrainian science and education into the European scientific and educational space, it becomes necessary to carry out high-quality, competitive scientific research which is demanded by theory and practice. The key factor in this process is the creation and successful functioning of a system of information and analytical support for research in education, pedagogy and psychology.
Today libraries accumulate materials for digital education and they can effectively serve as centres for learning throughout life. A library should be a full-fledged part of the open scientific and educational space. The paper presents to the scientific and educational community the educational information resources of the V. O. Sukhomlynsky State Scientific and Pedagogical Library of Ukraine (SSPL) of the National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine (NAES of Ukraine). The authors feature the major characteristics of the SSPL web portal, its contents, functional specificity and purpose.
It has been substantiated that the library site meets the requirements of relevance, substantial completeness, usability, accessibility, topicality, it has its own unique style, harmoniously combines the traditions of the scientific and pedagogical library and new technological solutions. It has been substantiated that the SSPL web portal fully fulfils informational, search, educational, advertising, navigation functions and serves as an integrated resource, a powerful tool for promoting information and library products and services that meet modern scientific and educational needs of society.
The authors, among other things, have provided an overview of the SSPL electronic catalogue as the basis for scientific research. The relevance of the institution’s web portal has been statistically confirmed. It has been substantiated that the web portal is a powerful tool for conducting research in the issues of education, pedagogy and psychology. Also, its functioning is a significant factor that affects the image of both the SSPL and the NAES of Ukraine. The priority tasks for improving the web portal have been identified.
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