The current situation of e-books in academic and public libraries in Sweden

  • Macevičiūtė E
  • Borg M
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The information professional must assume responsibility for the informational level, to support the learning process aimed at user training and implementation of a teaching model through which it can perform well, and the skills to develop skills informational, with which they can reach a level of learning and understanding in a digital world for our library users. The research raises deploy content to an understanding of the topics and learning of information skills that can be developed for access, evaluation and use of information. Thus understood the importance of the training proposal that information skills library first unit of information and resources meet the informational and educational activity with the user information and professional information, carry out strategies for the implementation of new tools and teaching them. New technologies offer significant potential to support this type of teaching and learning, which is why the inclusion of the model of teaching for understanding with new technologies of Wiske, through this model is able to build educational innovations involved together a group of students or users talking in the context of the library is to use and have a tool at hand and unconventional training and communication that are a bit beyond that have been traditionally used in teaching and learning.




Macevičiūtė, E., & Borg, M. (2014). The current situation of e-books in academic and public libraries in Sweden. Libellarium: Journal for the Research of Writing, Books, and Cultural Heritage Institutions, 6(1–2), 13.

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