La investigación en los Estados

Unidos: cómo preparar a los
estudiantes a cumplir con las
expectativas
Betsaida M. Reyes
Bibliotecaria para Español, Portugués,
Estudios Latinoamericanos y del
Caribe
breyes@ku.edu
XXX Coloquio Internacional de Bibliotecarios
Guadalajara, Jalisco
28-30 de noviembre 2016

¿Y esto qué significa?
1. Para los estudiantes
2. Los profesores
3. Los bibliotecarios

Retos y posibles soluciones
1. Bibliotecas en el país de origen vs. Bibliotecas
universitarias en los EE.UU.*
2. Uso de nomenclatura especializada
3. El idioma como barrera*
4. La disposición del personal bibliotecario*
5. La organización de los libros
6. Niveles variados de ALFIN
7. Diferencias en pedagogía
8. Plagio

Retos y posibles soluciones
Bibliotecas en el país de origen vs. Bibliotecas
universitarias
a. Visitas guiadas
b. En español
c. Folletos informativos

Retos y posibles soluciones
Uso de nomenclatura especializada
a. Cambio de código
b. Analogías
c. Folletos informativos

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El idioma como barrera
a. Uso de frases simples
b. Balance entre claridad vs. Infantilización del lenguaje

Retos y posibles soluciones
La disposición del personal bibliotecario

Retos y posibles soluciones
La organización
de los libros

Retos y posibles soluciones
Niveles variados de ALFIN

Retos y posibles soluciones
Diferencias en pedagogía

Retos y posibles soluciones

Gracias
Betsaida M. Reyes
Bibliotecaria para Español, Portugués,
Estudios Latinoamericanos y del Caribe

breyes@ku.edu

Bibliografía
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Bibliografía continuada
1. Institute of International Education. Open Doors. Retrieved November 22, 2016, from http://www.iie.org/Research-andPublications/Open-Doors/Data/Infographics
2. Kim, Sung Un, and David Shumaker. "Student, Librarian, and Instructor Perceptions of Information Literacy Instruction
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Northwest Missouri State University Maryville, MO: Brick and Click Libraries.
http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED513812.pdf#page=147.
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(Summer 2008): 63-70. doi: 10.1002/tl.317
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Transition from Secondary to Tertiary Education." Australian Academic & Research Libraries 42, no. 1 (March 2011): 4358. Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost (accessed November 22, 2016).
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Lista de imágenes
1.

Open Doors #1 https://p.widencdn.net/oaag8w/International-Students-in-the-U.S

2.

Open Doors #2 https://p.widencdn.net/6hpist/Top-Ten-Places-of-Origin-of-International-Students

3.

Grupo focal http://www.studentmarketing.com.au/content.php/102.html

4.

Biblioteca publica de Kansas City http://www.idesignarch.com/kansas-city-public-library-missouri /

5.

Biblioteca Municipal Guido Despradel http://
desdelavegard.blogspot.com/2010/10/la-biblioteca-guido-despradel-batista.html

6.

Biblioteca Publica de Lawrence, KS http://www.kansascity.com/entertainment/arts-culture/article71634467.html

7.

Nube de palabras https://uk.pinterest.com/pin/450360031460388303/

8.

Imagen sobre ESL
http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/75ff6f6c39/esl-pilot?_cc=__d___&_ccid=ccb2ade7-ac71-414f-a344-2ced0e2e8091

9.

Libros con fundas azules
https://libraryshenanigans.wordpress.com/2013/02/07/i-dont-remember-the-title-but-the-cover-was-blue/

10. Estanterías en Watson http://theblacksheeponline.com/kansas/kansas-best-and-worst-places-to-study-for-finals
11. Salón de clases en KU https://lib.ku.edu/services/instruction
12. Pedagogía https://www.pinterest.com/pin/445293481880329107 /
13. Plagio http://biblioguias.biblioteca.deusto.es/plagio
14. Nube de palabras: plagio http://biblioguias.biblioteca.deusto.es/plagio
15. Conclusión https://psisminiprojectae501.wordpress.com/2015/05/06/chapter-4-conclusion-and-recommendation /

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