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Who is excercising bibliographic control and to what purpose?
Eva Kodri?-Dai
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 2003,
Abstract: The article responds to the Analysis in the Field of Culture, published by the Ministry of Culture in 2002. The activities of the national library in the field of publishing have been overlooked in this document. Bibliographic control supports not only the library system, but it is also a prerequisite for the developed book market and a necessity for its infrastructure. It is therefore of prime importance to fulfil the obligations of the legal deposit.
Slovenica: professional novelties of the new Slovenian Library Act
Eva Kodri?-Dai
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 2002,
Abstract: The new Slovenian Library Act introduces the term Slovenica to describe the most essential part of the national library collection. This term was introduced to Slovenian librarianship in the early thirties of the past century, but the collection of Slovenica was founded more than a hundred years before that time in the Lyceum Library, the predecessor of the present National and University Library. The criteria for the selection of the collection were influenced by the state regulated implementation of local studies collections into the lyceum and university libraries on one hand and by the growing national consciousness of Slovenian librarians on the other. This process began in the last quarter of the eighteenth century, when local studies material was prescribed in instructions regulating the integration of library materials from the dissolved monastery libraries to the state supported lyceum and university libraries.These instructions were upgraded by the explicit guidelines concerning local studies collections in the nineteenth century to finally evolve into a legally recognised activity of the national library after the Second World War.
The development of the National and university library from 1918-1938
Eva Kodri?-Dai
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 2003,
Abstract: The article describes the historical background of the present National and University Library of Slovenia from the year 1918 to 1938. This time period was a turning point in its development: the number of librarian staff rose substantially, as well as the number of acquisitions (due to the legal deposit copies sent from the whole state) and library users. At the same time, the library introduced some new catalogues. Formally, the library was an independent institution, serving mostly the needs of the newly established University of Ljubljana. While it was striving to be formally recognized as the university library, the University tried to establish its own university library. Therefore,the aims of the two institutions did not coincide and their actions were not coordinated.In 1938, however, the library was finally formally recognised as the University library.
The Federal Collection Center and its contribution in building the library collection of the National and University Library
Eva Kodri?-Dai
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 2000,
Abstract: The transfer of library collections from the disbanded Austrian monasteries to lyceum and university libraries at the end of 18th century stimulated the development of these libraries and also the development of the Ljubljana Lyceum Library similar phenomena happened shortly after World War II, when some 400.000 books, mostly from con fiscated private libraries, ended up in state libraries - a number of them in The National and University Library. The preserved documents prove that The Book Office of the Federal Collection Center, which was executing the transfer and distribution of library material, tried to put some sense of order into the elemental forces of the post war period and its endeavours contributed to the preservation of this library material.
The Slovenian national library
Eva Kodri?-Dai
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 2005,
Abstract: The article introduces the national library as the central national cultural institution and presents its place in the awareness of the Slovenes. It also identifies the reasons for the attitude of the Slovene lay and professional communities towards this institution. The national library is defined as a generic term and linear quantitative comparisons between the national libraries of the world are being questioned. The historical development of the Slovene national library is briefly described from its original conception of carrying out the national functions in the 19th century until its first official recognition after World War II. The current functions of the national library are presented and there is also a description of the way it has undertaken to develop the Slovene library system.
Outside the Gutenberg Universe
Eva Kodri?-Dai
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 2006,
Abstract: Technological development has changed the media and formats for recording information, as well as the methods for their collection, preservation, reproduction and use. After six and a half centuries since the invention of printing press, electronic publications on Internet represent a revolutionary break-through in communication and data transmission. The new format has changed the publication to the extent that the library science should re-define the topic of its research, and re-consider the methods and procedures for its treatment. Consequently, the library science should refer to the underlying terminological and typological research, and re-define the subject of bibliographic processing and determine the elements for the subject’s identification. The new technological platform of electronic publications opens a range of possibilities, which make the significance and value of the established methods of knowledge management very relative, and thus also the basis of the library science and its “raisson d’ tre”. No cultural value is attached to electronic publications due to their specific characteristics, as it has been attached to a book in our civilization. Therefore, collection and long-term preservation of this material is not problematic only from the technological but also from the sociological aspect. By dealing with electronic media, library theory and practice finally step from the area of the known laws of the Gutenberg universe into the new space, where the new working rules will have to be established.
Statistical measurements of library activities: implementation of ISO 2789 : 2003
Eva Kodri?-Dai
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 2004,
Abstract: The author presents statistical measurements of library activities in Slovenia and some problems which emerge when implementing the novelties of the new edition of ISO 2789 : 2003 from the standpoint of a librarian, who provides statistics on the national level. Collecting library statistics already has a long tradition in Slovenia and is presently carried out by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia and by the National Centre for Library Development at the National and University Library, which is also responsible for the content of statistical questionnaires. The questionnaires are based on UNESCO statistical questionnaires and ISO standards while in the last decade there have been some changes due to the requirements of the LIBECON project. As a response to the needs of the information society, libraries develop new services which have to be measured and monitored. The third edition of the standard ISO 2789 : 2003 has defined new measures which are needed to perform statistical research of library activities in the digital environment. In order to preserve international comparability of statistical data it is necessary to implement the novelties of the ISO standard in the national statistics. However, there are at least three problems: how to preserve comparability of the data with previous statistics, how to collect them and how to educate librarians to report the relevant data.
Unsuccessful attempts at the adoption of the law on public libraries during the years
Eva Kodri?-Dai
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 2000,
Abstract: Polemics, which emerged in the past decade alongside the formation of a new law on librarianship, finally led to a compromise and the new bili on librarianship entered the parliamentary procedure in April 2000. The idea of a single law, applicable to all libraries established by the state or by local authorities and financed by public funds, can be traced back to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes where it was first introduced at the end of the twenties. The bill was not passed, also because of insufficient engagement of librarians, and libraries had to follow improper professional solutions of the school and university legislation. During that period the absence of the law on librarianship hindered the development of libraries but the drafts of the proposed li brary bills made a solid professional basis for library legislation after the Second World War.
Library services for the blind, partially sighted, and print-disabled in the Slovenian public library system
Eva Kodri?-Dai
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 2011,
Abstract: Purpose: Providing services to library users with special needs makes libraries for the blind and partially sighted different from other types of libraries. In spite of the Slovenian Library Act which defines them as special libraries providing public library service,they have not become a part of the public library system yet. The national program for culture issued by the Ministry of Culture in 2008 stated that the solution should be proposed by the year 2011.Methodology/approach: The Centre for library system development at the National and University library made an analysis of the current state and identified the weaknesses of the Slovenian library system and services for the blind. The solutions and best practices from abroad, national legislation and professional guidelines for libraries serving the blind were also explored. The concept of providing library services to the blind as public services was elaborated.Results: The Centre for library system development suggested an integrated system with the central library providing library services i.e. reproduction of library materials in alternative techniques, and directing other libraries in providing services and developing new activities for the blind. Public libraries, already providing services to users with special needs should be encouraged to seek their own solutions.Originality/practical implications: The suggested concept of the national library for the blind is harmonized with the Slovenian library system and it could be realized with the cooperation of all the stakeholders involved.
Matija op and his contribution to the Slovenian librarianship
Eva Kodri?-Dai
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 1997,
Abstract: In 1831, on March 20th, Matija op, librarian and head of the Lyceal Library in Ljubljana, finished his concept of library reorganization, sending it to the authorities of the gubernium of Ljubljana. op described the state of the art of library stock and analyzed the deficiencies of the existing catalogue. His concept of library reorganization, which was approved by the High Study Commission in Vienna, had been based on librarianship theories of that time and was one of the first texts that introduced Slovene librarianship into the scientific context.The catalogues made on the basis of op's project had been used and updated by the National Library up to 1947.
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