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Technologiczny postęp ostatnich 20 lat zmusił biblioteki akademickie do uaktualnienia bieżących zakresów obowiązków i odpowiedzialności swoich pracowników oraz do wyznaczenia bibliotekarzom całkowicie nowych ról. Pozwoliło im to jednak zaadaptować się do dynamicznego rozwoju i postępu w komunikacji naukowej, a w konsekwencji umożliwiło przedstawienie swoim użytkownikom oferty kompetentnie i sprawnie wykonywanych usług. Globalne wezwania do otwartego dostępu do wyników badań naukowych, zainteresowanie udostępnianiem instytucjonalnym, ogólnokrajowym czy międzynarodowym, nieustająca ewolucja i rozwój związanych z tym usług wymusiły potrzebę stworzenia w bibliotekach akademickich nowych stanowisk badawczych. Artykuł przedstawia wyniki badań zakresów obowiązków nowych stanowisk bibliotecznych w usługach otwartej nauki na podstawie ofert pracy zamieszczanych przez biblioteki akademickie w Zjednoczonym Królestwie.

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komunikacja naukowa (komunikacja między naukowcami) umiejętności kompetencje otwarty dostęp wyniki badań naukowych repozytoria

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