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segunda-feira, 20 de agosto de 2012

School Libraries and Resource Centers with Public Libraries | World Library and Information Congress



Comunicações integrais da sessão da IFLA 2012 dedicada às parcerias entre bibliotecas escolares e públicas, consideradas uma estratégia de futuro! Experiências de: Finlândia, França, Noruega, Canada (Quebec), Argentina, Taiwan, Namibia.
Cito de uma partilha finlandesa, que apresenta o trabalho de "multidisciplinar teams", envolvendo a escola a que pertence a biblioteca na imagem:

"School libraries in Finland
The quality of Finnish school libraries varies a lot. The level of school libraries depends on financial situation and head master´s attitude to school library. Most schools don´t have decent libraries, and it is very rare to have information specialists in school libraries. Public libraries have library law in Finland but school libraries do not have any legitimate standards for them. Public libraries have a big role in promoting children´s reading skills and teaching information and media skills. Compared to average school libraries in Finland Ritaharju library is an example of forwardlooking and innovate combination of public library and school library. New pedagogical thinking is used to create communality and benefit children´s life-long learning and well-being."


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School Libraries and Resource Centers with Public Libraries | World Library and Information Congress