“Enlighten us but make it quick!” is the slogan of Ignite Talks
In the past we have been enlightened by many great Ignite Talks at the last Next Library Festivals. This year we are ready to continue the success and of course lift it up to another level. And therefore we called for ideas and proposals. We received more than 70 proposals!
The Ignite Next Library 2019 line up is:
1: Libraries in Times of Social Crisis
Library and Culture Center Herredsvang team up to support the local community
Bente Kjærgaard, Team leader, Aarhus Public Libraries, Branches, West and Susanne Bøgelund, Leader of the social housing work/ Culture Center Herredsvang, Denmark
Let’s Occupy These F-word* Libraries!
Camelia Crisan, PhD, Executive Director and Claudia Serbanuta, PhD Community Development Manager, Progress Foundation, Romania
Working for inclusion: the travelling Roma population as active library users
Hanna Hopea, Special library assistant and Severi Hirvi, Librarian, Central Library Oodi, Finland
The transformative power of Marvila Public Library
Susana Silvestre, Head of Division of the Lisbon Libraries Network (Lisbon City Council, Portugal), Portugal
Safe ( r ) Space Libraries in times of the Hunger Games
Samu Eeve, Information Specialist, Helsinki Central Library Oodi, Helsinki, Finland
Building Climate Smart Rural Public Libraries –Reconnecting Communities with Nature
Priyanka Mohan, Strategic ProgrammeLead, M S Swaminathan Research Foundation, Chennai, India
Loneliness and libraries – a presentation of a work addressing a society problem
Emil Brøsen, Librarian and a candidate in film studies and Maria Grønnebæk Hisselholm, Project Manager Physical Spaces, Aarhus Public Libraries, Branches, South, Denmark
2: Civic Media and Data Democracy
Engaging children as reading ambassadors to promote leisure reading
Mette Rabek Poulsen, Teacher and Librarian, Family & Children, Dokk1, Aarhus and Sif Lüscher Rauff, Projectleader ALBUS, Dokk1, Aarhus, Denmark
Oodi - New frontiers in a Library environment
Petri Hellgren, Media worker, Culture and Leisure Sector, Helsinki Central library Oodi , Helsinki, Finland
Ways of telling history from public libraries in Colombia: the patrimonial collection of Acción Cultural Popular (ACPO) and Radio Sutatenza’s educational system
Juan Pablo Angarita Bernal, Director of Digital Library BibloRed – Red Distrital de Bibliotecas Públicas of Bogotá, Columbia
A Life presented to the Archive Brings Life to the Archive
“How to get hold of social media buzz” – grappling twitter data and visualise by simple steps and tools
Jeannette Ekstrøm, DTU Library at Technical University of Denmark and Hazel Engelsmann, Aarhus University Library, Denmark
Jolanda Robben, Advisor, Biblionet Groningen, Netherlands
3: Temporary Spaces
Gagarin – Exploring library agency for youths in urban area
Rickard Sjöholm – Librarian and team leader of the Gagarin-team at Malmö City Library, Malmö, Lisa Berger – Librarian and member of the Gagarin-team at Malmö City Library and Martin Memet Könick – Head of Section for the section for Youths aged 9-25 at Malmö City Library, Malmö, Sweden
Summer Garden: from parking plot to an oasis of citizens
Heli Roisko, Chief Librarian, Chief Librarian Rikhardinkatu library/Helsinki City Library, Finland
Libraries For All… and Libraries In All Places
Crystal Chen, Maggie Craig and Katrina Ortega, Senior Librarians, The New York Public Library, United States
“Encourage the Unexpected – Showrooms as Testing Grounds”.
Tim Leik, Programme Manager Sunday Events and Juliana Pranke, Head of Customer Service Unit, Central and Regional Library Berlin, Germany
'Grass Root Libraries Revitalizing Rural China'
Zizhou Wang, Professor, Department of Information Management, Peking University, Head of the Grass Root Library Association Preparatory Group and Lu Qiu, Director General, Beijing Brooks Education Center, Deputy Head of the Grass Root Library Association Preparatory Group, China
Gallery for your Dreams
Jaime Kopke, Manager of Program, Events & Outreach Manager, Boulder Public Library Boulder, CO, US
Data driven method to understand people behavior in temporary indoor spaces
Andrew Khoudi, PhD-Fellow, Aarhus School of Architecture, Aarhus, Denmark
4: Game Changing Tech & Emerging Trends
No courses, no books, let them learn: building an educational escape room for classes
Reda van der Putten, Project Manager and Stijn Lauwen, Instructor Medialab Eemland , Public Library Eemland, Netherlands
A new Participatory budgeting model in Helsinki
Mariliis Kuukuma, Information Specialist Helsinki City Library, Finland
Designing new technologies for libraries
The (Game) Changing Library
Elif Tinaztepe, Associate Partner, Anette Bjerring Gammelgård, Senior Architect, and Waleria Kudera, Architect, Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects, Aarhus, Denmark
Designing a Social Robot in the Library
Sanna Huttunen, Specialized Librarian Central Library Oodi, Helsinki City Library, Finland
When the wind of change blows, some people build walls and others build windmills - Resilient libraries absorb, adapt and carry on
Ulla Pötsönen, Independent library advocate, Czech Republic
Chenoa Pettrup, Program Officer, Asia Pacific Design Library, State Library of Queensland, Australia
Lene Hartig Danielsen, Head of Citizens' Services, City of Aarhus, Denmark
PARTICIPATE! Encouraging participation and supporting collaborative learning among citizens in public library events
Daisy Yoo, Postdoctoral Researcher, Aarhus University (DK / South Korea), Peter Dalsgaard, Professor, Aarhus University (DK), Eva Eriksson, Assistant Professor, Aarhus University (DK), Senior Lecturer, Chalmers University of Technology (SE), Clemens Nylandsted Klokmose, Associate Professor, Aarhus University (DK)
From Temporary Spaces to Lasting Communities
We reserve the right to alterations & surprises!
What is an Ignite Next Library Talk?
Ignite Talks are short and fast-paced and each talk is 5 minutes with 20 slides that automatically advance in short intervals. The presentations are meant to ignite the audience on a subject or an idea that you think is worth sharing. The Ignite Talks are clustered in sessions and are followed up by talks and Q&As with the audience at the end of each session.
Ignite Next Library Talks must address one of the themes for Next Library 2019: Libraries in Times of Social Crises, Civic Media and Data Democracy, Temporary Spaces and Game Changing Tech & Emerging Trends.
Ignite Next Library is an opportunity for Next Library participants to share innovative projects of international relevance with other Next Library participants. Next Library is all about network and conversations about the library of the future. We hope the Ignite Next Library Talks will enhance connections between up-coming library innovators and experienced professionals across the world.