|Track||Date and time||Hall||Duration|
|Tuesday, 07. May 2019., 09:30||30’|
The rapid development of information technologies in last decades has had a huge impact on the evolution of science and consequently on research libraries as well. Some of libraries’ old services became obsolete, some of them changed their ‘clothes’ and some new opportunities/challenges arised.
What should research libraries do nowadays, where do they fit in the modern science model, which are the important new/old services that they could/should provide to users and how could research libraries (and librarians) ‘survive’ constant changes in these modern times? This lecture will give an overview of the current possibilities for research libraries activities with the example of the Ruđer Bošković Institute’s Centre for Scientific Information and their activities.