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Salzburg Curriculum

Posted by arlekeno on September 4, 2013

Salzburg Curriculum: What is it?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ot4LY7fsTlc

What do New Librarians need to know in an age of participation…

Core Values.

FRAMING

  1. Mission
  2. Applicability
  3. Values

Topical Areas

  1. Openness and transparency
  2. Self-reflection
  3. Collaboration
  4. Service
  5. Empathy and respect
  6. Continuous learning/striving for excellent (which requires lifelong learning)
  7. Creativity and imagination*

Specific Skills

  • Transformative Social Engagement
  • Technology
  • Management for Participation (Professional Competencies)
  • Asset Management
  • Cultural Skills
  • Knowledge, Learning, and Innovation

https://www.coursesites.com/bbcswebdav/pid-3678575-dt-content-rid-13112545_1/courses/New_Librarianship/Salzburg%281%29.pdf

The Mission-

“the mission of librarians and museum
professionals is to foster conversations
that improve society through knowledge
exchange and social action”

Applicability-

Formal and Continuing Education

The Values

Openness & transparency
Self-reflection
Collaboration
Service
Empathy and respect
Continuous learning/striving for excellent
(which requires lifelong learning)
Creativity and imagination

 

Transformative Social Engagement:

If you work in a place, try and make it better. (what the community aspires to) Programmes, advocacy, whatever the society needs.

Technology:

Whatever is needed at the time. e.g. create and maintain an effective virtual presence.

Be willing and able to pass the skills on.

Management for Participation:

Sustainability ( financial), Advocacy, ethics, sharing, collaboration, review

Asset Management:

Preserve/Safeguard, Collect, Organise, disseminate.

In old and new librarianship, each collection and patron different.

Cultural Skills:

communication; intercultural: the ability to analyze and function in micro and macro cultures including age and gender; languages / terminology; support for multiple type of literacies.

Knowledge, Learning, and Innovation:
Constructed, Improvisation or innovation, interpretation, dissemination, information seeking.

http://salzburg.syr.edu/?page_id=112

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