Revista española de Documentación Científica, Vol 35, No 2 (2012)

Bibliotecarios universitarios – Profesores. ¿Caminos convergentes?


https://doi.org/10.3989/redc.2012.2.849

María João Amante
ISCTE – Instituto Universitario de Lisboa, Servicios de Información y Documentación, Portugal

Ana Extremeño
Universidad de Alcalá, Facultad de Documentación, España

Resumen


Los cambios que el proceso de Bolonia ha impuesto en la educación universitaria no sólo atañen a la docencia sino también a organismos incluidos dentro de la propia institución cuya aportación en el proceso enseñanza-aprendizaje es vital para cumplir los requisitos exigidos. Entre ellos, la biblioteca universitaria y sus responsables ocupan un lugar central que los obliga a replantearse sus cometidos profesionales y a adoptar una metodología de trabajo que ayude a la adquisición de las competencias y habilidades que actualmente la sociedad demanda. Un primer paso para delimitar el nuevo rol del bibliotecario universitario consiste en analizar las percepciones que los docentes tienen sobre ellos y, de esta manera, planificar la necesaria e imprescindible colaboración entre ambos colectivos.

Palabras clave


Bibliotecas universitarias; relaciones bibliotecario-profesor; análisis bibliográfico

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