THE DEVELOPMENT OF GLOBAL EDUCATION IN SERBIA THROUGH CREATING NEW CURRICULA AIMING AT IMPROVING LIBRARIANSHIP STUDIES AT THE FACULTY OF PHILOLOGY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE
Published: 4 Sep 2014
Abstract: The effective education in the field of librarianship depends nowadays on Internet accessibility as well as on the use of modern information technologies, considering the fact that the modern educational process can be improved significantly through the automatization of knowledge. Furthermore, the status of librarianship, as a scientific discipline, within one society relies upon its success in creating an educated, active, efficient, progressive, motivated, flexible and helpful librarian. Accordingly, future library science professionals should be instructed appropriately at universities and then given the opportunity to gain experience while being trained by fellow workers within libraries. As part of the effort to meet the requirements of modern librarianship and library practice, the Faculty of Philology has developed, in accordance with the Bologna principles, a new curriculum, whose flexible contents and possibilities to combine courses according to the needs of students offer even higher compatibility with the labor market demands.
Keywords: librarianship, librarian, education, internet, faculty of philology, bologna principles, new curricula, labor market
Cite this article: Aleksandra Vranes, Ljiljana Markovic. THE DEVELOPMENT OF GLOBAL EDUCATION IN SERBIA THROUGH CREATING NEW CURRICULA AIMING AT IMPROVING LIBRARIANSHIP STUDIES AT THE FACULTY OF PHILOLOGY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Educational Alternatives 12, 310-317 (2014). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1000504/
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