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Educational Alternatives, Volume 16, 2018

Tsvetelina Nakova, Rositsa Krasteva, Daniela Pavlova
Pages: 303-308
Published: 29 Sep 2018
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Abstract: This report aims to present the experience and good training practices on the subject "Standardization in Libraries" in the University of Library Studies and Information Technologies, Sofia, Bulgaria. The practice of enhancing the information competence and knowledge of students with regard to the current standards is revealed. The report also defines the main objectives of reinforced correlation between the subject and the changing economic reality of the information society, which could be used to predict the nature of its development in the context of the new global environment. The methods applied in this research are general scientific. Primary data are collected with a questionnaire survey and being analyzed with one-factor dispersion analysis (ANOVA), descriptive statistics and correlation analysis. The monitor and logical method are also used, but this research mainly relies on theoretical methods: formalization, aggregation and abstraction. The results of approbation of new approaches in educating and the form of the examination are synthesized. Finally, some proposals for expanding the cooperation between the institutions and the lecturers are made and for more effective education for standardization in the University environment.
Keywords: university education, standardization, quality management, intangible resources, unibit, bis
Cite this article: Tsvetelina Nakova, Rositsa Krasteva, Daniela Pavlova. CONTEMPORARY STATE OF EDUCATION IN STANDARDIZATION – AN IMPORTANT FACTOR FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INFORMATION SOCIETY. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Educational Alternatives 16, 303-308 (2018).
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