KeywordsIZ. None of these, but in this section.
CB. User studies.
G. Industry, profession and education.
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AbstractCollecting, processing, preserving and giving to usage of books and other library materials, all those activities that define the librarianship, at the very first sight refer to this discipline as firmly fixed on formal principles. In the first place, each of those mentioned activities refer to a setup of precisely defined operations, with a task to organize adequately the unit of materials and to make it available to users. However, the work with the user, individual as well in group, differs as a segment which creativity can be discuss. Regarding the fact that various needs of the user always bring out new tasks in front of the librarian, and for some needs we cannot reply by simply renting the book or by giving information, and the fact that most of the librarians are working with pleasure for and with their users, we have to say that most of the librarians are doing much more for their users with their own inventivity within the formal base of their job.
TypeJournal article (Print/Paginated)
Milunović, Dragana Rad sa korisnikom kao kreativni čin? Glasnik Narodne biblioteke Srbije, 2004, vol. 6, n. 1, pp. 77-86. [Journal article (Print/Paginated)]