Koordinátor sekce: Jakub Petřík, Albertina icome Praha s.r.o., Czech Republic
Čas a místo: May 26, 9:00 AM - 9:35 AM, Auditorium D
Public Access to E-government Information Resources - The Role of Library and Information Specialists
- Elitsa Lozanova-Belcheva, Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” - Faculty of Philosophy - Department of Library and Information Studies and Cultural Policy, Bulgaria
- Materiály ke stažení
The report explore the role of the public libraries as public accesspoints to e-government resources. In the context of the Global InformationSociety, facing the problems of digital divide, e-exclusion, lack ofinformation literacy skills, etc., the role of the library is more important.
The access to information is the main humanright as it was written in TheUniversal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948 – ( Article19) and then in other acts all over the world: “Everyonehas the right to freedom of …, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.” The specific type of governmental informationand resources as well as e-services, outlined the library and information specialists as providers of E-government Information.
- Profesní informace o autorovi
WORK EXPERIENCE: March 2006 – to present – Assistant professor at Sofia University “St. Kl. Ohridski”, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Library Science, Scientific Information and Cultural Policy, Bulgaria;
EDUCATION AND TRAINING EDUCATION: July 2002 – July 2005 – Doctoral Study at Sofia University, Department of Public Administration and Sasakawa Foundation – Dissertation Title: “Analysis of the Bulgarian e-government policy /in the context of European Information Policy/”; 1999 – 2001 – Master in Public administration at Sofia University , Department of Public Administration; 1996–1999 – BA in Library and Information sciences, Sofia University, Department of Library Science, Scientific Information and Cultural Policy;
TRAINING COURSES: July 13–26, 2009 – International Student Sumer School – ISSS’2009, Jarocin, Poland. “Public Information. E-Government”; September 3–6, 2008 – UNESCO Workshop “Training the Trainers in Information Literacy”, Ankara, Turkey; May 16 – July 31, 2005 Research work and traineeship at the European Commission, Directorate-General Information Society and Media /DG INFSO/, Unit eGovernment;
RESEARCH FIELDS: electronic government, information society, information services and information resources;data bases and information systems with scientific information.