Dr. Grbac holds a Ph.D in French Public Law and was researcher in Economics and Administrative Clerk for the Research Department at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.
Since 2008 she works as librarian at the University Central Library, where she is trainer in Information Literacy Courses for the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences and authors of many essays and publications on the subject of Information Knowledge Management, Scientific Terminology, Scholarly Communication and Open Science, discussed in international conferences and workshops.
personal page: https://it.linkedin.com/pub/deborah-grbac/5/45b/723
UCSC Library Resources, some information literacy tools
The course aims at enabling participants to use autonomously bibliographic resources offered by UCSC Central Library, in particular some Electronic Resources, mainly International Organizations' data-bases. Moreover, it will be stressed the importance to duly selecting on-line resources and to correctly write a bibliography and manage a bibliographic data-set. The course is a practical one, and student work directly on the Library O.P.A.C. (On-line Public Access Catalogue) browsing bibliographic data and retrieve literacy information useful for doing research in an appropriate way