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Re: Biblioteksångest eller vem är rädd för bibliotek och bibliotekarier


Mikael Book <[log in to unmask]>


BIBLIST - Topics in Nordic research library user services <[log in to unmask]>


Sat, 6 Aug 2016 14:14:18 +0300





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Ja, understundom knner vi vl alla ngest infr bibliotekets vldighet.
Att fenomenet upptcktes frst r 1986 r dock mindre sannolikt.
Men idag har biblioteksngesten fptt en ny dimension: hur ska det g fr
biblioteket om, eller nr, Google tar ver?

Och trots att inget slut p "atomldern" nnu kan sknjas.


Mikael Bk * [log in to unmask] * gsm +358(0)-44 5511 324 * * *

On Sat, 6 Aug 2016, Jan Szczepanski wrote:

> Klipp ur Atlas Obscura
> Library anxiety is real. The phenomenon, which involves feeling
> intimidated, embarrassed, and overwhelmed by libraries and librarians, was
> first identified by Constance A. Mellon in 1986. Her paper, "Library
> Anxiety: A Grounded Theory and Its Development," reported that college
> students in particular are prone to library anxiety because they believe
> their research skills are inadequate, which makes them feel ashamed and
> unwilling to talk to the very librarians who might be able to ease their
> worries.
> Jan
> --
> Jan Szczepaski
> F.d Frste bibliotekarie och chef fr f.d Avdelningen fr humaniora,
> vid f.d. Centralbiblioteket, Gteborgs universitetsbibliotek
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