Use Basic Knowledge From The Scientific, Humanistic/Artistic, Social/Behavioral Fields In Work With Library Patrons And Staff

It is of utmost importance that library staff members learn the skills in and learned how to use the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff.  Library staff members who have learned these things can be known for their artistic tastes and/or experiences; library staff members who have learned these things can be known for their ever so humanlike dignity when interacting with patrons and each other; library staff members who have learned these things can gain further respect from patrons caused by library staff members’ scientific knowledge with which they provide as high as possible quality in sources including ones that provide natural, behavioral, humanistic and social sciences from books to even online databases like ones that are and ones that are not used along with ones that are and are not recommended for usage and ones that are and are not known; library staff members who have learned these things can be known for their seriously attentive devotion to the roles that libraries play in their respective communities and library staff members who have learned these things can maintain the appreciation of library patrons over the roles libraries play in their respective communities as well as display how much library staff members value such respect and appreciation.  There is also to consider the fact that the behavior of library staff members that especially include librarians can and will affect the satisfaction and opinion of library users and the fact that there will be times when libraries might appear to be undervalued by some people and under pressure as a result, making these things all the more reason for learning about the skills in and the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff.  I myself gained experience in learning about how to use the skills in and about how to use the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff from doing an assignment and/or doing assignments in either of or all of from between the LIBR 103 Ivy Tech Spring 2013 Semester Ivy Tech Online Library Class, the LIBR 200 Ivy Tech Fall 2015 Semester Ivy Tech Online Library Class and/or the LIBR 202 Ivy Tech Spring 2016 Semester Ivy Tech Online Library Class.  I also gained further experience with the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff from the classes I took on throughout my Ivy Tech Years from the United States American History Face-To-Face Class from the Ivy Tech 2013 Spring Semester, the Cultural Anthropology Face-To-Face Class from the Ivy Tech 2014 Spring Semester, the Post Ancient And Medieval European Renaissance World Literature Face-To-Face Class from Ivy Tech 2015 Spring Semester, the American Government Introduction Face-To-Face Class from the Ivy Tech 2015 Fall Semester and the World Civilizations And World History Online Class from the Ivy Tech 2016 Summer Semester.

Librarians and other library staff members recognize how greatly valued their libraries’ community services and take very seriously how important they are viewed as being by libraries’ patrons, as stated on a Public Libraries Online Website Article called “Community Centered: 23 Reasons Why Your Library Is the Most Important Place in Town” (http://publiclibrariesonline.org/2013/04/community-centered-23-reasons-why-your-library-is-the-most-important-place-in-town/).  This source goes to explain that as a result of the fact that technologies including digital materials are becoming added more often than anticipated, even library staff members perceive that libraries’ roles as community centers and cultural centers are becoming underappreciated and occasionally under pressure by these things.  The same goes most especially for public libraries, as they are wont to seem quaint to the opinions of some people due to the possible budget shrinks that could come along as a result of and could end up combined with the seemingly endless revolutionary technologies including amongst even digital library materials being constantly added to libraries such as public libraries themselves.  That being said, it makes it important for libraries such as especially public libraries to devote themselves to their communities and their patrons, including in their cultural and their other offerings, more than ever.  Especially considering how libraries offer more than just entertainment, opportunities for imagination to run and opportunities for interactivity but in fact offer these things and opportunities for access to more knowledge for patrons to have access to within library-held materials such as especially books that library patrons and library staff members do not and/or cannot access at their homes.  Having said these things, this source tells its readers how patrons come to libraries to find, gain and/or increase knowledge about many things such as the likes of humanistic, artistic, social and behavioral sciences in order to find inspiration in whatever it is they do, including managing to design their own new and/or independent works.  This source goes to remind its readers about the likes of how libraries play roles in reigniting struggling and/or depressed neighborhood and/or downtown community; how libraries are key helpers in ensuring sustainability; why libraries such as especially public libraries have special collections with growth caused by particular community needs and even why and how libraries serve as places for people to gain opportunities to better be able to know themselves and their respective communities.  Therefore, if library staff members learn how to use the skills for and how to use the library competency of managing to use knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff, then they can learn about how the importance of libraries such as especially public libraries increases especially with constantly added technologies such as digital library materials and how it is that despite these things, libraries and their staff members especially including public libraries and public libraries’ staff members still do and still can play very important roles for their patrons and for their communities.  The same reasons and things as these go for most especially for librarians amongst library staff members.

Since the start of libraries such as especially public libraries as they have come along to be known by people in the way that they have been all the way up to these days, the word “management” has become a very iconic word for people with employment and/or staff positions at libraries such as and especially library employees and/or library staff members in the employment/staff position rank of librarianship at libraries especially including public libraries, with this being especially due to the fact that librarianship is a management position at libraries like public libraries, as stated on the International Consortium For The Advancement Of Academic Publication Electronic Journal Of Academic And Special Librarianship Website Section Article called “Role of the Library and Information Science Professionals” (http://southernlibrarianship.icaap.org/content/v10n03/ahmad_p01.html).   This source explains how library staff members both including and most especially librarians amongst library staff members will need technical skill in order to have better expertise in how things work in libraries, especially considering the fact that libraries are constantly having technologies such as merely digital library materials being added to libraries, making skills in such things more effective when and if library staff members such as and especially librarians are working library patrons and with those amongst their own selves.  This source also explains how human skill is also a necessity for library staff members especially including librarians.  This source describes human skill as ability to work effectively between-in this case-librarians and other library staff members-all the while as group members and/or team members.  Having said that, if library staff members such as librarians and all library staff members including librarians learn about how to use the skills in and how to use the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and library staff, then they can not only gain more of their skills in technical skills’ expertise and/or human skills’ expertise, but also can further increase and improve upon more of their skills in technical skills’ expertise and human skills’ expertise.  If such library employees such as librarians learn about the skills in and about the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social and behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff, then these library employees can maintain their librarianship positions if they already have become librarians and these library employees can get better chances at getting librarianship positions if they themselves and/or any other library employees have yet to become librarians.

Not only are libraries truly so but libraries also are so and can become vital places for both library staff members especially including librarians and library patrons alike for as long as library staff members especially including library staff members have very active philosophies, including in regards with how to behave with patrons, etc., be it while in academic, school or any other including college academic and other including public libraries, all the while as stated in the Ivy Tech Library Version Of EBSCOhost Website Article called “Librarianship as Calling: The Philosophy of College Librarianship” (http://web.b.ebscohost.com.indianapolis.libproxy.ivytech.edu.allstate.libproxy.ivytech.edu/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=ade38ff3-a2ce-44ee-85a6-b7fbccda2106%40sessionmgr102&vid=1&hid=116).  This source explains how these active philosophies include in regards to librarianship, saying that philosophies used by library staff members especially like librarians have altogether important values that can help provide libraries and their staff members with purpose in direction, allowing them to help keep libraries go on in the right directions especially when it comes to the way that library staff members behave with library patrons.  This source explains that library staff members such as especially patrons might become more attentive of their values if they ask themselves questions like what the nature of their work in their main communities and in societies as a whole is like, what the meaning and definition of the work of librarians and other library staff members is while personally speaking, whether the actions of library staff members especially such as librarians actually do reflect what they consider to be important and desirable as well as other such questions.  It is inevitable, as this source states, that we ourselves take for granted any values and assumptions about our work, whether in positions of library staff members such as librarians or not.  This sources explains how typical it can be of all of us ourselves in general and not just anyone amongst library employees to want to just skip the usage of contemplation before acting with no regard to the importance of using contemplation before taking action.  Therefore, if library employees that especially include librarians learn about managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff, then library employees including and most especially youngandupcoming library employees with impulsive tendencies and the likes of such tendencies can learn more about the importance of, essentially speaking, self-control over their possibly and probably potentially impulsive tendencies.  Library employees especially such as librarians who learn about managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff can learn more about the importance of having very active work philosophies in libraries and also learn more about the importance of questions that library employees especially including librarians ought to ask themselves about the things they ought to ask themselves about that have been addressed in the beginning of this paragraph.  Each of these things are important when it comes to scientific, humanistic, artistic, social and behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff; but most especially when it comes to social and behavioral matters in libraries when working with library patrons and staff.

I myself have memory of gaining experience in how to use the skills of and how to use the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff, when I did an assignment and/or some assignments involving these things in either or both the LIBR 200 Ivy Tech Fall 2015 Semester Online Ivy Tech Library Class and/or the LIBR 202 2016 Spring Semester Ivy Tech Online Library Class.  In either case, I remember having done assignments in either of or both of the LIBR 200 Ivy Tech Fall 2015 and/or the LIBR 202 Ivy Tech Spring 2016 Ivy Tech Semesters’ Ivy Tech Online Library Classes, with these assignments I had done for either of and/or both of these Ivy Tech Online Library Classes requiring me to have done some research to look up library online databases offering information on scientific, humanistic, artistic, social and behavioral fields that are used in work by library staff members in work with library patrons and other library staff members.  As I also stated in the opening paragraph, I recall from memory of how I got further experience in the skills in and experience in the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff from my classes I took on throughout my Ivy Tech Years from the United States American History Face-To-Face Class from the Ivy Tech 2013 Spring Semester, the Cultural Anthropology Face-To-Face Class from the Ivy Tech 2014 Spring Semester, the Post Ancient And Medieval European Renaissance World Literature Face-To-Face Class from the Ivy Tech 2015 Spring Semester, the American Government’s Introduction Face-To-Face Class from the Ivy Tech 2015 Fall Semester and the World Civilizations And World History Online Class from the Ivy Tech 2016 Summer Semester.   That being said, in the case of the Ivy Tech 2013 Spring Semester Face-To-Face United States American History Class, the parts of the experience I gained from it that allow me to have the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff were what I learned more about in regards to USA History with how it was human citizens behaved throughout USA History itself, learning that the stereotype of theater stage audience members throwing foods at the stage actors comes from the rowdily behaving audiences that were known for being around from the colonial years of USA History through the 1800s and a bit of the early 1900s as well-despite the fact that it was also occurring in England and places around the globe like it as well.  I also learned about the sciences that were used back in those years when I was in the Ivy Tech 2013 Spring Semester Face-To-Face United States American History Class.  I even learned from the Ivy Tech 2013 Spring Semester Face-To-Face US American History Class that Women’s Rights in the USA had been fought for even back during the years of The American Revolutionary War, as Abigail Adams herself had tried to convince John Adams to ensure that he and the other Patriot Leaders see to it that Women’s Rights were granted after the American Revolutionary War, only to have all but failed.  As for this, I learned that the reason for it being partially because of how at least most men viewed Women’s Rights back in those days and how they might have behaved in response to the ideas behind Women’s Rights back then.  This itself is an example of the social matters related to the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff.  I learned more about the art that was brought about back in those days as well.  The US History Spring 2013 Semester Ivy Tech Face-To-Face Class allowed me to gain experience in the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff through what I learned more about the scientific, typically-human-like, artistic, social and behavioral lifestyles US citizens among us humans practiced as a result how everything around us humans in the US worked from its colonial years through the 1800s up to the early 1900s, from societal to other standards back then, as well as the ways things worked back then due to scientific advancements, societal perspectives and religious views from back then.  These things are examples of the humanistic, artistic, social and behavioral matters relating to this library competency I have been addressing here.  As for the experience in the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff that I gained when I took on the Cultural Anthropology Ivy Tech 2014 Spring Semester Face-To-Face Class, it was from a group project that I did with some fellow students of mine in that class where we were to come up with a “made-up” culture, society, etc..  Therefore, this class itself allowed me to get some experience in the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff from my learning both through this group project and through the chapters I read in the class’s textbook, about the scientific, artistic, humanly typical, social and behavioral lifestyles practiced by us humans throughout our species’ history due to cultural and/or religious influence.  These things themselves are therefore examples of the scientific, humanistic, artistic, social and behavioral matters relating to the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff.  In regards to the experience in the library competency being addressed here from back when I was in the Ivy Tech Face-To-Face 2015 Spring Semester Post Ancient And Medieval European Renaissance World Literature Class, it was through my having learned about the artistic lifestyles practiced by us humans after the Ancient And Medieval European Renaissance through the paintings created, the craft designed, the scientific accomplishments achieved, the plays established, the stories written during those days, combined with the religious views, typically-human-like lifestyles, social lifestyles and behavioral lifestyles lived out by us humans throughout our species’ history after the Ancient And Medieval European Renaissance as a result of how we were influenced by our becoming more enlightened, capable of being reasonable and capable of being reasonable than we humans ever were so back in the years before or during the Ancient And Medieval European Renaissance.  As for the experience in the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff during my time in the Face-To-Face American Government’s Introduction Ivy Tech 2015 Fall Semester Class, I essentially had learned more about the influences behind the ways of government of the American US when it achieved independence from British Rule. Examples of these influences include ones from Ancient Greco-Roman Times like the Ancient Romans’ ideas of a senate.  There are also examples of influences behind ways of government in other places from Europe throughout human history during Ancient And Medieval Times and afterwards.  As for examples of these ways of government that influenced our own in the USA that I learned more about during my time in the Fall 2015 American Government Introduction Class, they include the ways of British Government during Ancient And Medieval Times after the signing of the Magna Carter and the rise of the British Parliament.  As for how it is that all of these things had helped me gain the experience I have in the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff, I essentially had learned more about the artistic, social and behavioral lifestyles practiced by us humans as a result of influence by ways of government practiced throughout human history.  As for the experience in the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff that I gained during my time taking on the Ivy Tech 2016 Summer Semester Online World History Class, I had gained that amount of experience from my having learned more about the scientific achievements made by us humans, scientific discoveries we humans have made, religious views practiced by us humans, combined with the typically-human-like lifestyles, artistic lifestyles, social lifestyles and behavioral lifestyles practiced by us humans throughout human history from the start of human civilizations, their rises, their falls and their successors through Ancient And Medieval Times, throughout the years of the 1400s all the way up to the 1700s, followed by the 1800s through the early 1900s all the way up to Modern Times.  I had essentially learned in that online class and all the face-to-face classes I have described along with it that these things themselves have all been influenced by things such as ways of government, religious influences and other influences such as influences caused by surrounding environments around human civilizations throughout the whole of human history from the beginning to the end of all the years of human history before Modern Times.  All-In-All, these classes from all the face-to-face classes I’ve described to the one online class I’ve described, all are what ensured that I managed to gain the experience I have in the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff, all the while through my having learned the things that I have described myself as having learned from that one online class that I have described and all the face-to-face classes that I have described myself as taking on before it.  Each of the examples of what I learned about in these classes have also helped me gain the experience I have in the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff, respectively.  Having said these things, every matter covered in each of these Ivy Tech Classes has given me my described experience through my learning about each of the scientific, humanistic, artistic, social and behavioral matters related to the library competency being addressed here.   Therefore, if library employees learn the skills in the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff, then they might also learned what I have learned about during my time in the Ivy Tech Classes I have described, along with everything about these things that relates them to every matter related to this library competency.

If library employees that especially include librarians learn the skills in and learn about the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff, then library staff members can do things such as further develop their artistic tastes and/or experiences; library staff members can learn about how the importance of the libraries that library staff members work for increases especially due to constantly added technology like digital library materials; library staff members can help libraries maintain their positions as the players in the important roles played for their communities; library staff members can improve technical and human skills’ expertise if necessary; library staff members can develop realization of the importance of active work philosophies in libraries and library staff members can learn the importance of thinking before acting.  I myself remember having gained experience in the skills to be able to and in how to use the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff from having done assignments requiring me to look up library online databases offering information on scientific, humanistic, artistic, social and behavioral fields that are used in work by library staff members in work with library patrons and other library staff members in either of or the both of the LIBR 200 Ivy Tech Fall 2015 and/or the LIBR 202 Ivy Tech Spring 2016 Ivy Tech Semesters’ Ivy Tech Online Library Classes.  I also gained experience in the library competency of managing to use basic knowledge from the scientific, humanistic/artistic, social/behavioral fields in work with library patrons and staff, when I took on the United States American History Face-To-Face Class from the Ivy Tech 2013 Spring Semester, the Cultural Anthropology Face-To-Face Class from the Ivy Tech 2014 Spring Semester, the Post Ancient And Medieval European Renaissance World Literature Face-To-Face Class from the Ivy Tech 2015 Spring Semester, the American Government Introduction Face-To-Face Class from the Ivy Tech 2015 Fall Semester and the World Civilizations And World History Online Class from the Ivy Tech 2016 Summer Semester.   Each of what I have learned from these classes has helped me learn about each of the matters related to this library competency that has been addressed throughout each paragraph up to this one here.  Therefore, if library employees learn about the skills in and learn about this library competency itself, then library employees can learn about the reasons for everything important about these things and learn about the examples of matters relating to this library competency including the ones I described myself as having learned about in each of the Ivy Tech Classes I have respectively described.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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