Bibliography and bibliographic activity

Прокопенко, Лілія Сергіївна and Стамбол, Ігор Іванович (2019) Bibliography and bibliographic activity [Teaching Resource]

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Abstract

The course in Bibliography is an integral part of the training Specialists in the field of 6.020102 "Book Research, Library Science and bibliography". The course is basic for mastering other bibliographic sciences disciplines. The purpose of the discipline is to give future specialists knowledge of the essence bibliography and its initial concepts, structure, content, forms of existence, types; theoretical, methodological, organizational and historical principles bibliographic studies; characteristics of the main stages of historical development bibliographies abroad and in Ukraine; bibliographic guidelines heuristics. Objectives of the discipline: - to study the theoretical foundations of bibliography; - to get acquainted with the requirements for education, experience of professional activity bibliographer; - to study the features of different forms of bibliographic information; - master different scientific approaches to the classification of bibliography and bibliographic manuals; - to get acquainted with the general theoretical and methodological ones, organizational principles of bibliography as a science and educational discipline; - to consider the history of bibliography development in the world and in Ukraine; - to study theoretical principles of bibliographic heuristics, methods and bibliographic search strategy.

Item Type: Teaching Resource
Uncontrolled Keywords: bibliography; bibliographer; professional activity; bibliographer; classification;
Subjects: Нормативні документи > Робочі програми навчальних дисциплін
Divisions: Institutes > Інститут журналістики > Кафедра бібліотекознавства та інформології
Depositing User: Лаборант Вікторія Євгенівна Фещенко
Date Deposited: 05 Nov 2019 13:54
Last Modified: 05 Nov 2019 13:54
URI: http://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/28414

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