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    Post Re: Polonian Folk Religion & Beliefs

    Quote Originally Posted by Frans_Jozef
    Nice links you've been providing today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bocian
    Nice links you've been providing today!
    I am dumping all my favourite links to the gentle people of Skadi Forum.
    To provide valuable and a multitude of information resources is the task and duty of a libarian...

    http://www.ifla.org/faife/ethics/cod...etherlands.htm


    e.g.

    Information mediation

    The librarian mediates between the demand and supply of information. The starting point is the information need of the user.

    The librarian contributes to a goal-orientated input into what the library can provide in order to efficiently meet the needs of the library user. This means that he contributes to a continuous evaluation of services.

    The librarian is not passive, but acts proactively, teaching users how to use information and stimulating information use. This is especially important in cases where the user has no clear expectation of the service to be delivered and is not able to adequately formulate his question.

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    Good man.

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