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Premium member Presentation Transcript Managing Libraries on the Four Pillars of Learning : Managing Libraries on the Four Pillars of Learning MILAGROS SANTOS-ONG Director, Supreme Court Library PNU-LISAA, Inc, A Caring Group St Beatrice Ballroom, St Michael’s College of Laguna, Binan, Laguna, December 5, 2008 Merriam Webster Online : Merriam Webster Online MANAGEMENT 1 : the act or art of managing : the conducting or supervising of something (as a business) 2 : judicious use of means to accomplish an end 3 : the collective body of those who manage or direct an enterprise What is Management? : What is Management? Management is the process of making sure activities completed efficiently & effectively with and through people as participants. Functions: Planning Planning Organizing Organizing Directing Directing Coordinating Monitoring Reporting Budgeting Staff MANAGEMENT : MANAGEMENT Management concepts for this lecture centers on a specific subject: Four Pillars of Learning In other literature it is referred to as Four Pillar of Education Two Materials referred to in this lecture : Two Materials referred to in this lecture 1. Jacques Delors Four Pillars of Education The Four Pillars of Education, described in Chapter 4 of Learning: The Treasure ... www.unesco.org/delors/fourpil.htm 2. Ayrton Senna Institute/UNESCO, June 2005 Education for Human Development. Educ Desenv Humano 1 30.06.05 19:27 Page 1 ... Education for human development. – Brasília: UNESCO, ... unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001403/140309e.pdf Jacques Delors’FOUR PILLARS OF LEARNING (Education)http://unesco.org/delors/1todo.htm : Jacques Delors’FOUR PILLARS OF LEARNING (Education)http://unesco.org/delors/1todo.htm FOUR PILLARS OF LEARNING : FOUR PILLARS OF LEARNING Education for Human Development Ayrton Senna Institute/UNESCOBrasilia, June 2005 UNESCO unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001403/140309e.pdf FOUR PILLARS : FOUR PILLARS PROVIDES CONCRETE OR SOLID FOUNDATION FOR A TOTAL LIBRRIAN IN : Library Management Librarian vis a vis the institution, association, community, country and the Globbally INDIVIDUAL – The LIBRARIAN AS MANAGER Education for Human Development. Brasília: UNESCO unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001403/140309e.pdf : INDIVIDUAL – The LIBRARIAN AS MANAGER Education for Human Development. Brasília: UNESCO unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001403/140309e.pdf LEARNING TO BEPERSONAL COMPETENCIES : LEARNING TO BEPERSONAL COMPETENCIES LEARNING TO BE : LEARNING TO BE A COMPASS WITH WHICH TO FIND ONESELF “Self-evaluation – Acceptance” As one evaluates himself, he should accept whatever results that may be. For the unfavorable one, one should take them as constructive “criticism” to improve or get a better result. The challenge will be to ensure that everyone always has the personal resources and intellectual tools needed to understand the world and behave as a fair-minded, responsible human being” PERSONAL COMPETENCIES : PERSONAL COMPETENCIES “The task of education is to make sure that all people enjoy the freedom of thought, judgment, feeling and imagination to develop their talents and keep control of as much of their lives as they can.” Education is to guide but to be a better person rests from the individual - MLS, PHD, etc. Having a PHD or a higher education is not assurance that a person that he can do better. One must know how to translate knowledge obtained through education to actual practice or scenario. Learn to be flexible according to the circumstance. Slide 13: Educated – Personal resources and intellectual tools – Computers A person claims to be IT expert for having a PHD in Library & Info. Sc. Yet in actual practice, that person does not even know how to operate a PC Understand the world & Behave – “Start from the bottom” or “Hands on or working experience” Even in other fields like business, the sons/daughters of owners of businesses who even earned higher degrees abroad do not start at the top. They work in the lower level to get to feel how things are at the bottom/lower level. In this regard, when it is their time to manage, they can give a better judgment. For Librarians, it is advisable to learn (theory and practice) all from typing, cataloging, encoding, scanning, computer design etc. LEARNING TO LIVE TOGETHERSOCIAL/RELATIONAL COMPETENCIES : LEARNING TO LIVE TOGETHERSOCIAL/RELATIONAL COMPETENCIES LEARNING TO LIVE TOGETHER : LEARNING TO LIVE TOGETHER A COMPASS WITH WHICH TO FIND OTHERS This is one of the difficult Pillars of Learning Self-Centered – I me and myself – “ Understand other people’s reactions by looking at things from their own point of view” - There is a Filipino saying “huwag magbulabulagan.” Are their reactions valid, if so what must be done. LEARNING TO LIVE TOGETHER : LEARNING TO LIVE TOGETHER “In the world of work, so many achievements would not have been possible if people had not successfully moved beyond the conflicts that generally arise in hierarchical organizations through their involvement in common project.” USER’S NEEDS Consider the People around you (Family, Staff) + other people in the institution/organization + the environment (community) LEARNING TO KNOWCOGNITIVE COMPETENCIES : LEARNING TO KNOWCOGNITIVE COMPETENCIES LEARNING TO KNOW : LEARNING TO KNOW A COMPASS TO SAIL THE SEA OF KNOWLEDGE “Concerned less with the acquisition of structured knowledge than with the mastery of learning tools” “A truly educated person nowadays needs a broad general education and the opportunity to study a small number of subjects in depth” “Learning to Learn, to teach and to know” Learning to think (comprehend) is a lifelong one and can be enhanced by every kind of human experience” Let me emphasize the word “LIFELONG” EDUCATION + EXPERIENCE = KNOWLEDGE NEEDED TO MANAGE LEARNING TO DOPRODUCTIVE COMPETENCIES : LEARNING TO DOPRODUCTIVE COMPETENCIES LEARNING TO DO : LEARNING TO DO A COMPASS TO BE ENTREPRENEURIAL IN THE WORLD Qualities needed in the World of Work Self Management – Know how to manage oneself Co-Management – Set up teams with and groups with common work Group Management – Ability to manage the work of others when leading a group – develop the potentials of collaborators Slide 21: Shift away from physical work and be more service oriented – IT applications (Service Attitude, Bayanihan, Pakikisama) “New forms of personal competence are based on a body of theoretical and practical knowledge combined with personal dynamism and good problem solving, decision-making, innovative and team skills” - We Filipinos consider it as MAABILIDAD Networking, partnerships, consortiums FOUR PILLARS : FOUR PILLARS VITALITY True Work - Learning to do True Study - Learning to Know True Play - Learning to Live Together True Rest - Learning to be OnlineNewsletter -- http://www.itstime,comp/sep97.htm) BALANCE : BALANCE Balancing of the four pillars is one of the necessary ingredients for the successful advancement of a person’s life (OnlineNewsletter -- http://www.itstime,comp/sep97.htm) This picture take from yahoo is considered as the perfect scenario - A person is set aside a time to analyze things to develop the Four Pillars for his proposed activity or to improve what he is doing OBJECTIVE : OBJECTIVE (1) how to learn to know what to acquire; (2) how to learn to do reference work in a digital environment; (3) how to learn to live and network together; and (4) how to learn to be super in ICT which, surely, will lead to authentic learning among faculty and library staff in their desire to concretize collaborative efforts. Managing Libraries on the Four Pillars of Learning : Managing Libraries on the Four Pillars of Learning Clearly management of libraries beyond the basics or the traditional taught in library schools The more so in IT – IT taught in Library schools in the Philippines & even in seminars/fora is generally purely theories. Despite the handicap, Librarians can still be good managers even virtual libraries – CONTENT MANAGEMENT librarian’s primary role – Learning to live together with IT specialists Slide 27: IT - Not only to be globally competitive but attuned to the needs of general or special Philippine libraries Learning to live together principle, the needs of the users/clientle is a major consideration – Jestor/ Philippine E-Library IT, DIGITIZATION, VIRTUAL LIBRARIES, ETC. : IT, DIGITIZATION, VIRTUAL LIBRARIES, ETC. SPECIFICS (1) how to learn to know what to acquire; a. Develop one’s own Hardware/ Software (open source or buy) Technical support - Inhouse/Outsource - Mode of Access – affects the 2nd objective Slide 29: b. Buy/Subscribe to available Jestor; Proquest; Emerald, Westlaw & Lexis, Ebsco, etc. La Salle has a list of more than one page Why subscribe to EBSCO PHILIPPINE E-LIBRARY Available Resources include: Union catalog of the 5 partners; Digitized Filipiniana materials including theses and dissertations; Special collection/researches of the 5 partners; Online resources/subscription to electronic databases. Foreign electronic database of journals through EBSCO Complete Academic Package c. Combination of the above (2) how to learn to do reference work in a digital environment; : (2) how to learn to do reference work in a digital environment; a. Acquired - Reason why they were acquired b. No funds/capability to acquire Option – know the needed FREE websites -dictionaries- Randon House Unabridged Dictionary; Online Etymology Dictonary. Douglas Harper WordNet (2006 - translate –Yahoo! Babel Fish; translate.google.com, et - encyclopedia – Encylopedia Britannica Online (3) how to learn to live and network together : (3) how to learn to live and network together SYNERGIES Encyclopedia Britannica Online - Merriam-Webster’s Online Dictionary 1 : SYNERGISM; broadly : combined action or operation 2 : a mutually advantageous conjunction or compatibility of distinct business participants elements (as resources or efforts) Randon House Unabridged Dictionary (2006) dictionary.com combined action or functioning; synergism cooperative action of two or more muscles, nerves or the like cooperative action of two or more stimuli or drugs Webster’s Desk Dictionary of the English Language. the interaction of two or more agents or forces so that their combined effect is greater than the sum of their individual effects cooperative interaction among groups, especially among their acquired subsidiaries or merged parts of a corporation, that creates an enhanced combined effect ) (3) how to learn to live and network together : (3) how to learn to live and network together SYNERGIES – From within the Library 1. LIBRARY STAFF - ALL 2. INSTITUTION & ALL ITS OFFICIALS/MEMBERS Librarian – client relationship = Mutual Benefits SYNERGIES – From “without” or outside the Library 1. OTHER LIBRARIES a. NETWORKING b. PARTNERSHIP c. CONSORTIUM d. ASSOCIATIONS 2. PUBLIC/WORLD how to learn to be super in ICT : how to learn to be super in ICT (4) how to learn to be super in ICT which, surely, will lead to authentic learning among faculty and library staff in their desire to concretize collaborative efforts. “A TRULY SUCCESSFUL STORY” SC E-Library - UP SLIS Faculty Digitization Experience vis-à-vis Theories EDUCATION (cpe) & NETWORKING : EDUCATION (cpe) & NETWORKING Enrich the knowledge of fellow professionals and library personnel in managing their libraries with focus on their collaboration with their faculty members. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.