Pristop k evalvaciji na Univerzi v Ljubljani

Libraries are the heart of every university. European quality standards of higher education institutions naturally stress the significance of libraries. The University of Ljubljana introduced systematic analyses and preparation of reports on quality (self-evaluation), which also applies to libraries.

Univerzitetne knjižnice v Albaniji

Contemporary Albania inherited a government-managed higher education system, which eventually collapsed. Universities are emerging and developing in an unregulated environment with insufficient financial support. The libraries, though still very “modest”, are the ones that have achieved the highest level of organisation.

Visokošolske knjižnice Univerze v Črni Gori

Prior to higher education reform, the University of Montenegro tended to develop as a loose association of separate organizational units and the University members, the University holding the greatest administrative and organizational autonomy and independence. The library system tended to develop in the same direction – with the central University library as the University member and libraries of faculties and institutes, which completely autonomously and independently worked under the auspices of the faculties and universities as their own organizational units.

Visokošolske knjižnice v Črni Gori – kadri

A number of factors, such as the development of information technologies, the exponent growth of knowledge, globalisation as a world-wide process and university reform, rapidly transformed contemporary academic libraries and made them become information centres that enable access to a broad spectrum of knowledge resources and information objects.

Repozitoriji učnega gradiva kot podpora Bolonjskemu procesu: pogled iz Hrvaške

This paper argues that the application of new teaching methods together with quality assessment of higher education institutions depend directly on the quality of teaching aids and services available to both students and teachers. For that purpose it is necessary to ensure the co-operation between teachers, pedagogues, librarians and information and telecommunication professionals.


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