(n.) = competency. Ex: SLIS programmes intended to 'produce' librarians with competency in the use of IT have to be designed. (n.) = ability ; competence ; skill ; talent ; capacity ; savoir faire ; aptitude ; dexterity ; ingeniousness ; skilfulness [skillfulness, -USA] ; prowess ; faculty. Ex: The ability to search on word stems is particularly valuable where the text to be searched is in free-language format. Ex: In order that you should be able to perform these required skills with greater competence, selected elements of the theory of subject indexing will be included. Ex: However, successful human free language indexing is very dependent upon the skills of the individual indexer. Ex: This example goes to show that talent for academic work is only one variety of giftedness. Ex: Older people have suffered some losses in sensory and physical capacity, and newer teaching techniques might intimidate them. Ex: Library staff should be provided with the opportunity to see blunders which they occasionally commit as well as the laudable 'savoir faire' with which they dispatch some reference question. Ex: In tracking, schools categorize according to measures of intelligence, achievement, or aptitude and then assign students to ability or interest-grouped classes = En la subdivisión de los alumnos en clases según su nivel académico, las escuelas agrupan a los alumnos de acuerdo con su nivel de inteligencia, habilidad o aptitud y luego los asignan a las clases según su capacidad o por sus intereses. Ex: Reference work is merely a practical skill -- of a high-grade kind, to be sure -- but a mere dexterity, a mental facility, acquired by practice. Ex: But if, in the digital era, libraries must continue to compete, it will be about services -- the ingeniousness with which individual libraries tailor resource access to particular needs of their user communities. Ex: At present, limited data concerning the conversational skilfulness of school-age children have been available. Ex: The results endorse the need for continued application of marketing prowess, information science research, and library support systems. Ex: Sophia no sooner saw Blifil than she turned pale, and almost lost the use of all her faculties. ---- * con habilidad = adeptly. * con pocas habilidades = poor-ability. * de acuerdo con + Posesivo + habilidades = to the best of + Posesivo + ability ; according to + Posesivo + lights. * habilidad artística = artistry. * habilidad cognitiva = cognitive skill ; cognitive ability ; cognitive capacity. * habilidad de interpretar imágenes = visual literacy. * habilidad de razonar = thinking skills. * habilidad en el manejo de diferentes soportes = media competency. * habilidad en el manejo de la espada = swordsmanship. * habilidad en el manejo del mosquete = musketry. * habilidades = competency. * habilidades comunicativas = speaking skills. * habilidades lectoras = reading skills. * habilidades necesarias para la vida cotidiana = life skills. * habilidades orales = speaking skills. * habilidad especial = knack ; knack. * habilidades sociales = social skills. * habilidad física = physical ability ; physical ability. * habilidad lectora = reading ability. * habilidad manual = manual skill. * habilidad mental = mental ability. * habilidad natural = knack ; knack ; natural ability. * habilidad política = statesmanship ; political wisdom. * habilidad verbal = verbal skill. * perfeccionar una habilidad = hone + skill. * tener la habilidad de = be adept at ; have + a knack for.