The role of digital libraries is changing, offering new services supporting the user’s activities. Libraries and librarians are facing the need of a reinvention of models, ways of working and techniques. The project BIBLIO–Boosting digital skills and competencies for librarians in Europe: A new perspective for curation of Digital Cultural Heritage addresses the skills gap in the library sector due to the digital transformation that is changing the role of libraries and library professionals. The paper describes how the project is planning to facilitate the acquisition of digital and transversal competencies for library professionals, by setting up a system for competencies assessment, learning offer and validation and recognition.

The Project BIBLIO–Boosting Digital Skills and Competencies for Librarians in Europe: An Innovative Training Model for Creating Digital Librarian

Barbuti N.
Membro del Collaboration Group
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2019

Abstract

The role of digital libraries is changing, offering new services supporting the user’s activities. Libraries and librarians are facing the need of a reinvention of models, ways of working and techniques. The project BIBLIO–Boosting digital skills and competencies for librarians in Europe: A new perspective for curation of Digital Cultural Heritage addresses the skills gap in the library sector due to the digital transformation that is changing the role of libraries and library professionals. The paper describes how the project is planning to facilitate the acquisition of digital and transversal competencies for library professionals, by setting up a system for competencies assessment, learning offer and validation and recognition.
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