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World Digital Libraries for accessing medieval manuscripts
Michálková, Markéta ; Marek, Jindřich (advisor) ; Drobíková, Barbora (referee)
World digital libraries for accessing medieval manuscripts Abstract The aim of the thesis is to describe and compare 10 world digital libraries that make available medieval manuscripts. At the beginning of the work, the trends in accessing medieval manuscripts will be mapped. Attention will also be paid to the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) and the possibilities of its use in digital libraries focused on medieval manuscripts. Digital libraries will be examined and compared on the basis of a checklist. Questions will focus on bibliographic records formats for manuscripts and images, the use of IIIF, and whether individual digital libraries also act as aggregators. Keywords: Digital libraries, medieval manuscripts, International Image Interoperability Framework, manuscripts, IIIF
Users of information retrieval services in National Medical Library in Prague
Hrbek, David ; Jarolímková, Adéla (advisor) ; Drobíková, Barbora (referee)
(in English) This bachelor thesis deals with the National Medical Library users' survey who use their search services. It shows a characteristic of the chosen users' sample and study results of their feedback. The aim of this thesis is to record interaction between National Medical Library and the users and to evaluate an asset of the search services form the library users on the basis of collected data, respectively the fact if these users consider it to be useful for them. I have used input and output questionnaires for data collecting and the personal interviews as well. Some specialised library staff participated in the specific que- stions' creation. The interviews with the respondents were made by myself. A sociological profile of a common user of the search services emerged from this survey as regards to age, study or a job. Due to a specific status of the library It could be assumed in advance that all the respondents participated in medical field. The personal interviews with the users showed to be very useful because it came out that some respondents didn't have event the basic knowledge of the literary research. This fact couldn't be seen in the written questionnaires. This bachelor thesis' topic haven't been processed too often so far. Nevertheless it was showed that this survey could...
Natural disasters or technical accidents in libraries: a comparative case study of two libraries affected by the floods
Melichová, Karolína ; Drobíková, Barbora (advisor) ; Jarolímková, Adéla (referee)
The thesis deals with a comparative case study of two libraries affected by floods in the year 2002. For this work were selected two libraries - the Municipal Library in Kralupy nad Vltavou and the Hus Library in Modřany. In the introduction, work is devoted generally to natural disasters and their and their typology. In more detail, a natural disaster of the flood is treated here. This section summarizes the findings of a flood event in 2002. In the next chapters, the thesis deals with a comparative case study, which summarizes the findings from two affected libraries. This research is complemented by interviews with librarians, volunteers and the archive press, which captures the time around the floods. At the end of the thesis, the libraies are compared in the area of flood managemen, and the case study evalution is presented here. Powered by TCPDF (
Contemporary libraries in Croatia
Matějka, Karel ; Římanová, Radka (advisor) ; Drobíková, Barbora (referee)
Cílem práce je charakteristika současného stavu, vývoje a činností knihoven v Chorvatské republice. Definování chorvatské soustavy a struktury knihoven, základní historické a politické pozadí těchto knihoven, legislativa a vybrané metodické pokyny a dále moderní trendy a jejich možné další směřování.
Processing of periodicals in the Czech Republic and abroad, a move towards RDA rules
Burkertová, Zuzana ; Drobíková, Barbora (advisor) ; Souček, Jiří (referee)
The aim of this work is to evaluate the current procedures and to indicate the development of the cataloging practice towards the RDA rules based on research and analysis of bibliographic production serials in selected Czech and foreign libraries. The diploma thesis is divided into several chapters. After introducing the issue of serial documents follows the chapter devoted to the standards and resources for cataloging the continuing resources that the catalogers should know. The next chapter deals with the FRBR and its application to the serials. Part of the chapter dealing with RDA rules from the serials perspective is also the analysis of these rules according to the FRBR structure available in the RDA Toolkit. Three chapters are devoted to the analysis of bibliographic processing, first in foreign libraries, then in Czech libraries, and in the last chapter there is a comparison of selected periodicals in foreign and Czech libraries. At the end of the thesis are presented the impacts of application of the FRBR model and RDA rules on serials cataloging. Keywords serials - periodicals - continuing resources - rules RDA - FRBR - FRBRoo - PRESSoo - cataloging - bibliographic record - library
Legislative framework of operation and services of libraries in the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia: comparative analysis
Haraštová, Simona ; Římanová, Radka (advisor) ; Drobíková, Barbora (referee)
Following thesis has a task to analyse free library laws - czech, slovak and polish. Thesis consists of two parts - theoretical and practical. In theoretical part is analysed firstly czech library law. Later slovak and polish library law are analysed. In practical part is firstly explained method - comparative analysis. Further there are formulated a research questions. Sampling and coding with indicators follow. Then method of analysis is solved - in our case comparation, where czech and slovak library law and czech and polish library law are compared with help of the indicators. In the end there is a brief final summary.
Specifics of Swedish librarianship: public library and information services for minorities and migrants
Neumannová, Dana ; Kolínová, Pavlína (advisor) ; Drobíková, Barbora (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to analyze the current status of the Swedish librarianship and the public library and information sevices that the Swedish libraries provide to the local minorities and migrants. The thesis describes the present state and history of the field in Sweden and includes a questionnaire that was sent to chosen libraries across the country. It depicts the selected library projects that help integrating the minorities and migrants. This work should contribute to a better understanding of Swedish librarianship and its role in a culturally diverse society. Keywords libraries, librarianship, Sweden, Swedish librarianship, information services, migrants, minorities, integration
FRBRization of catalogs and databases - the situation abroad
Lísková, Marie ; Drobíková, Barbora (advisor) ; Souček, Jiří (referee)
(in English): The diploma thesis deals with the conceptual model functional requirements for bibliographic records and its implementation or FRBRisation of library information systems abroad. The introduction of the thesis presents in brief the FRBR conceptual model and its family. The second chapter discusses the development of FRBRisation activities since the creation of the FRBR study to the present. The third chapter presents a more detailed description of the FRBRisation process and presents the benefits and challenges of these projects. In connection with this, the impact on cataloging standards and data structures is also mentioned, as well as the currently debated issue concerning the possible ways of presenting the FRBRised data. The last chapter of the diploma thesis contains analysis and comparison of two selected FRBRised systems (BORéAL union catalog and Primo discovery system), with emphasis on the means and scope of FRBR implementation and user interface.
The issue of transition cataloging practice on the new cataloging rules
Škopan, Denis ; Drobíková, Barbora (advisor) ; Šípek, Richard (referee)
This thesis describes the transition to RDA rules for cataloguing in the Czech Republic and abroad, comparing this transition to the adoption of AACR2. Part of the thesis is a summary of the history and development of AACR, AACR2 and RDA as well as a summary of the history and development of cataloguing rules in the local Czech environment. The work includes original research conducted using qualitative interviews with selected library employees in Prague and the Central Bohemian Region. These interviews identified problem areas which might impede a shift to RDA in the Czech environment.

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