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how librarians and archivists can become BiblioVolontari

The editors of BiblioVolontari and ‘formed by librarians and archivists, academic research specialists and not only (for free) dedicated to collaboration on social networks to share:

– open data, open books, open journals relieble at national / international level,
search tools free of charges,  
verification strategies,
events about information literacy and self learning


REQUIREMENTS:
1) to work (or have worked at least five years) as a librarian or archivist
2) to use at least two social channels
(ad.es. instagram or twitter or facebook or linkedin)
3) to contribute on a voluntary basis with at least 3 year post without finalita ‘of lucre or political

 

If you are a librarian or archivist we wait for your voluntary contribute as “BiblioVolontari” here








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how to suggest open science sources and tools

every citizen can propose sources and tools (free of charge) here



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how to propose a fact checking

every citizen can propose a search for fact checking and data retrieval here




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who funds this blog

This blog is a no profit intiative. We don’t ask payment or membership fee

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who pay this blog

The #CrowdSearcher blog does not belong to any institution or association, contributions (certified sources, research strategies, assessment tools) are freely and voluntarily disclosed by archivists and librarians who adhere to and apply the poster @IFLA against fake news

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who are our BiblioVolontari

Our editorial staff is formed by “BiblioVolontari”: librarians and archivists, offering digital reference [for free and on demand] and strategies supporting verification of data and facts through open access resources (journals, books, data)

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what is #CrowdSearcher

this blog is a free tool for self-learning and information literacy, open to all citizens:

Citizen Engagement

is an ongoing conversation with citizens, centering the specific fact or question, supporting searches in their social media. The blog purpose to consistently offer up tools and sources for fact checking in places at points in time that are relevant to the citizen, based on open science for data, books, articles, education rsources freely usable for desired knowledge.

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