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  1. All PresentationsSTIMULATE4

  2. STIMULATE 4 Presented by: CHRISTINE M. MANGLAL-LAN College Librarian University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City Mail–to: mmchristine@up.edu.ph - stimulate 4 - Christine 12.07.04

  3. Course Contents • Information and communication technology for information centers and libraries • Information sources • Information storage and retrieval • Web technology and applications • Management in information centers and libraries - stimulate 4 - Christine 12.07.04

  4. Strong Points (general) • Well–coordinated and efficient planning and implementation of schedules of activities • Impressive utilization of electronic and multimedia resources • Well–organized trips and visits to academic and cultural institutions - stimulate 4 - Christine 12.07.04

  5. Weak Points (general) • Limited amount of time to cover all course topics (as reflected in the STIMULATE 4 website) • Exposure trips to other scientific and library institutions/organizations could be reinforced - stimulate 4 - Christine 12.07.04

  6. The Best Components of STIMULATE 4 (as a course) • ICT from a scientific viewpoint proves to be an insightful topic • Database management made practicable, especially for libraries/information centers in developing countries - stimulate 4 - Christine 12.07.04

  7. The “Not-So-Good” Components of STIMULATE 4 - stimulate 4 - Christine 12.07.04

  8. The “Not-So-Good” Components of STIMULATE 4 - stimulate 4 - Christine 12.07.04

  9. Recommendations (for U.P. Library) • Training, training, and more training for professional staff development • Hook–up into consortia with Europe (for enhancement of electronic resources) - stimulate 4 - Christine 12.07.04

  10. Contact Information - stimulate 4 - Christine 12.07.04 CHRISTINE M. MANGLAL-LAN College Librarian The University Library University of the Philippines Gonzalez Hall, corner Apacible Street Diliman, Quezon City 1101 PHILIPPINES Tel. Nos.: +63 2 926.1877 / +63 2 920.5301 ext. 6284 +63 2 926.1876 (Telefax) Mail–to : mmchristine@up.edu.ph URL: http://www.mainlib.upd.edu.ph

  11. STIMULATE 4th Edition September-December 2004 Individual Presentation Prepared by: Daisy Carbonell-Mendoza Reference Librarian Saint Louis University, Inc. P.O.Box 71, Bonifacio Street 2600 Baguio City, PHILIPPINES libref@slu.edu.ph and/or daisydec01@yahoo.com Tel. Nos: Office: (0063) 74.442.3043 local 287 Home: (0063) 74.637.6253

  12. SUGGESTIONS TO IMPROVE THE PROGRAM: • There will be more time for hands-on exercises or if not, provide PCs to participants so that we can work at the student home or during our free time. • That there will be more library and/or museum tour for exposure.

  13. BEST COMPONENTS OF THE PROGRAM: • Use of power point presentation; publishing through the web (WWW) and XML • CDS/ISIS library software and the use of the different specific databases for internet searching

  14. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE MANAGEMENT IN THE HOME INSTITUTE : • Improve and maintain CDS/ISIS software for the library. • Digitization of cartographic materials in the library.

  15. VLIR Charter Tanzania flag Masele, J.J Senior Library Assistant University of Dar-es-salaam Main Library P.O Box 35092 Dar-es-salaam, Tanzania. Phone: +255744834374 E-mail: masele2000@yahoo.com

  16. STRENGTH • Participants have gained necessary skills suitable in the library/ Information Management disciplines • Attending course in Europe and Involvement of different participants from different parts of the world has positive impacts towards social and cultural experiences and/ or integration

  17. Interesting aspects • Information and Society aspects: • as an interactive and participatory approach to ensure that the ICTs are genuinely enabling technologies for all members of the community. • the center that can integrate radio, ICTs and a public library into a single facility or linked as separate facilities into networks. • Statistics and Info metric models • very effective for library and Information service management

  18. Recommendation for management in the home institution • From the fact that the world is now changing to more electronic, emphasis should be directed towards uninterrupted access to ICT for everyone at the university i.e. sustainability issue e.g. • More training to its staff a • alternative sources of power and fund

  19. Recommendations... • Creating a Union catalogue with other Libraries in Tanzania (NUC). • This will make it possible for each University/ Institution to purchase the items at their most priority.

  20. STIMULATE4 / MSB Manuel Soto Benavides Forestry Engineering CAZALAC Cisternas s/n La Serena, Chile msoto@cazalac.org Brussels, December 2004

  21. Stimulate4/MSB • Suggestions to improve the program • Review the contents of the program • In some specific topics, like “Information and communication technology for information centers and libraries” and “Information sources”, appear certain contents that were not covered (probably because either these are the basics, or there was not enough time to incorporate them in the schedule). • Dig deeply into some topics that could be useful for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) management, like: • Data-communications networks • Client-server systems

  22. Stimulate4/MSB • Strong points of the program • In general, the course has so far been well–conceptualized and applied: • Adherence to the planned schedule is commendable • The logistics of the entire program has been good

  23. Stimulate4/MSB • Best components of the program • Information storage and retrieval • Introduction to the ISIS software package family • Formats: MARC; application of MARC in ISIS • Management in information centers and libraries • Statistics for information science and for library management (more examples and applications) • The bibliometric laws • Scientometrics

  24. Stimulate4/MSB • Best components of the program • These topics are essentially important since a great part of this knowledge would be incorporated into some projects of CAZALAC, Water Center for Arid and Semi-Arid zones Latin America and the Caribbean (www.cazalac.org).

  25. Stimulate4/MSB • Main recommendations STIMULATE4 • Evaluation of the Students. It is important to note that in the educational process, a final evaluation or a review in terms of the advancement of knowledge of the students should be conducted. Since that, it is recommended to incorporate such evaluation into the program. • Evaluation of the Professors. The principal aspects that the evaluation should contain are: • Knowledge of the topics being taught • Methodology used in class • Ability to teach about the specialized topics

  26. Stimulate4/MSB • Main recommendations for CAZALAC • Incorporate part of the knowledge gleaned from the course STIMULATE4, into the projects of CAZALAC that are lined up for the year 2005, specifically, in the publication of databases and metadata; topics in relation to Hydrology in the Arid Zones of Latin America and the Caribbean.

  27. A Presentation on STIMULATE4 by Sainul Abideen Paloli Librarian Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management-Kerala, Technopark, Trivandrum Karyavattom (PO), Kerala, INDIA www.sainul.tripod.com Email: sainul at yahoo dot com

  28. Strength of the Programme • Concentration on the Practical aspects of Information Presentation, Dissemination/Retrieval and Analysis • Well organised programme with highly Scholarly Faculty and Experts. • Global Socio-Cultural Relationship and Interaction among professionals from various countries. • Well organised to visit the modern Libraries and historical places. • Scholarship Support from VLIR.

  29. Recommendations • To STIMULATE Organizers • A short French/Dutch Language Orintation has to be given, so as to help participants in interacting with Belgium people. • Some visits to libraries in nearby countries need to be incorporated so that participants can get an overview of library system there. • More computational facility during holidays. • More facility for participants for sharing their experties to the fellow participants.

  30. Recommendations...2 • To the Host Institution- IIITM-K • To Adopt more ICT Technologies for Information Services, including Library Automation. • Immediately enhance the Inter Library Services with other Libraries. • To start similar Trainining Programmes for fellow Professionals in the country at our Institution. • To Organise different Exhibitions connected to library.

  31. Conclusion • S Strong and Successful • TTechno-Centric • IIntegrating • MMulti-Cultural • UUnique • LLife-time Experience • AAdmirable • TTimely • EEffective and Encouraging • ¨4¨For Young Information Professionals

  32. STIMULATE 4 PRESENTATION Happiness Mabuza Assistant Librarian Manzini Public Library Box 4646, Manzini. Swaziland. Tel:(00268)5052125/8 E-mail : happiness2mabuza@yahoo.co.uk

  33. WEAK POINTS OF THE PROGRAM • Unavailability of computers after lectures – I suggest that a PC room be organised for the stimulate group to use even after lectures or on weekends. • Duration of course is short – suggest that the program be extended to five months in order to cover more topics and master what have been learnt.

  34. STRONG POINTS OF THE PROGRAM • The training helped us to obtain new skills in managing information. • The Library visits - helped us to see how libraries have developed in using IT to organise, store,access and retrieve information.

  35. BEST COMPONENTS • Webpage Design- interesting to learn how to design a page, important for libraries to publish their activities on the web. • Elementary Statistics –very important in Libraries as you can use it for different purposes e.g writing reports.

  36. RECOMMENDATIONS TO Swaziland National Library Service • Installation of CDS/ISIS software – as it is a free software and no maintenance costs. • Purchase or subscribe to different Database companies – this will improve the collection of the library as databases are updated, and more people can use it at the same time.

  37. Presentation on Stimulate 4 Henock LegesseLibrary AssistantEconomic Commission for Africa Library P.O. Box, 3001 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia email hlegesse@uneca.orgweb www.uneca.org An International Training Program on "INFORMATION": Scientific and Technological Information Management in Universities and Libraries: an Active Training Environment (Edition 4)

  38. Strong Points of the Program • New skills in Information Organization, management and presentation • Social and Cultural Visits • Official visits to libraries and Information Centers • Excellent Organization of the Program • Experience sharing among participant An International Training Program on "INFORMATION": Scientific and Technological Information Management in Universities and Libraries: an Active Training Environment (Edition 4)

  39. Suggestion to Improve the program • The program is too short • Programs that has been left out • Development of a national or regional information network. • Management of a library and information service • International co-operation projects. • Conservation/preservation of printed documents.Conservation/preservation of digital documents. • Web contents management systems.Setting up an electronic newsletter. • Access to PCs at the student home • Upgrading the program to a postgraduate diploma or a Masters level. An International Training Program on "INFORMATION": Scientific and Technological Information Management in Universities and Libraries: an Active Training Environment (Edition 4)

  40. Best Components of the Program • CDS/ISIS • Application of Genisis, wwwisis and MARC in CDS/ISIS • Statistics • Citation Analysis An International Training Program on "INFORMATION": Scientific and Technological Information Management in Universities and Libraries: an Active Training Environment (Edition 4)

  41. Recommendation • Applying statistics in library activity reports • The need for applying international library standards An International Training Program on "INFORMATION": Scientific and Technological Information Management in Universities and Libraries: an Active Training Environment (Edition 4)

  42. Nakasagga Juliet Information Scientist Office of the President P.O.Box 7214, Kampala, Uganda, Tel: 256-77441183 Email:nakasagga@yahoo.com BIO-DATA An International Training Program on "INFORMATION":Scientific and Technological Information Management in Universities and Libraries: an Active Training Environment (Edition 4)

  43. RECOMMENDATIONS • The program should run for a period of at least six months so that with in the last two months the participants can come up with a project report which can be used as an evaluation criteria An International Training Program on "INFORMATION":Scientific and Technological Information Management in Universities and Libraries: an Active Training Environment (Edition 4)

  44. STRENGTHENS OF THE PROGRAM • Very good exposure with the use of modern information technologies as well as highly competent instructors • Furnished and well balanced learning infrastructure i.e. the computer labs and libraries hence a good reading Atmosphere. An International Training Program on "INFORMATION":Scientific and Technological Information Management in Universities and Libraries: an Active Training Environment (Edition 4)

  45. BEST COMPONENTS • Automation of documentary information (WINISIS,WEBLIS) • Publishing on the world wide web (HTML,XML) An International Training Program on "INFORMATION":Scientific and Technological Information Management in Universities and Libraries: an Active Training Environment (Edition 4)

  46. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MGT OF MY ORGANISATION • Automation of library. • Applying statistical methods in library activity reports. An International Training Program on "INFORMATION":Scientific and Technological Information Management in Universities and Libraries: an Active Training Environment (Edition 4)

  47. Presentation on STIMULATE 4 By Ms. K.P.N. Damayanthi Assistant Librarian Agriculture Library University of Peradeniya Peradeniya SRI LANKA Stimulate 4

  48. Sugessions • Need more time in hands on practicals • Evaluation of participants Stimulate 4

  49. Strong Points • Focusing on developing countries • Focusing on Academic Professionals working in Universities and Libraries • Focusing on information Management • Visits to Libraries • Quality teaching staff Stimulate 4

  50. Best Components of the Programme • CDS/ISIS software – Specially designed for developing countries • Elementary statistics – Effective Library and Information service Management • Web Page Designing Stimulate 4