All keynote videos are available in the video section of this website.
The Lankes video with German subtitles is available here: https://www.zlb.de/ueber-uns/projekte/next-library-conference-berlin-2018/keynotes.html
We are delighted to present our four great and inspiring keynote speakers at Next Library® Conference Berlin 2018:
David Lankes is the director of the University of South Carolina’s School of Library and Information Science, and recipient of the American Library Association’s 2016 Ken Haycock Award for Promoting Librarianship. His book, The Atlas of New Librarianship won the 2012 ABC-CLIO/Greenwood Award for the Best Book in Library Literature. Lankes is a passionate advocate for librarians and their essential role in today’s society.
The video of David Lankes' talk is also available on his blog www.davidlankes.org, incl. the manuscript in English and German.
Nina Simon designs and researches participatory, community-based institutions. She’s the Executive Director of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History and author of The Participatory Museum and The Art of Relevance.
Dr. Stefan Kaduk is founder and partner of German “Musterbrecher Managementberater” (“Pattern Breaker” Consultancy) and has been a lecturer at universities of applied sciences and training institutions. He’s published in the field of leadership and change management; for instance as co-author of the books »Musterbrecher® – Führung neu leben« (Pattern breakers – Re-identify yourself with leadership) and »Musterbrecher® – Die Kunst das Spiel zu drehen« (Pattern breakers – The art of changing the game). For those of you who speak German, check out the Musterbrecher website.
Sandi Hilal is an architect and researcher. She is the Director of DAAR, an architectural office and an artistic residency program that combines conceptual speculations and architectural interventions (www.decolonizing.ps). Alongside research and practice, Hilal is engaged in critical pedagogy, she is the founding member of Campus in Camps, an experimental educational program in Dheisheh refugee camp Bethlehem. She headed the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) Camp Improvement Program in the West Bank (2008-2014).