Na důkazech založené knihovnictví, akční výzkum a designové myšlení jako teoreticko-metodologické rámce pro informační studia a knihovnictví

Ladislava Zbiejczuk Suchá

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Text upozorňuje na propast mezi akademickým výzkumem a praxí v knihovnách. Představuje tři teoreticko-metodologické rámce pro překonávání této propasti – na důkazech založené knihovnictví, akční výzkum a designové myšlení. Jádrem článku je systematické porovnání uvedených přístupů – jejich charakteristik, procesu a typických metod, které k výzkumu používají. Autorka navazuje na Hjørlandův koncept praxe podložené výzkumem a tento text formuluje jako příspěvek do debaty o tomto konceptu.

 

Ladislava Zbiejczuk Suchá

Kabinet informačních studií a knihovnictví
Filozofická fakulta Masarykovy univerzity
Arna Nováka 1
602 00 Brno


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na důkazech založené knihovnictví, akční výzkum, designové myšlení, knihovnictví, informační věda

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