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Assistant Director at Guldborgsund-Libraries, Denmark - Inspired globally  - Acting locally. Projects: “23 mobile things - Exploring the potential of mobile tools for delivering library services”, Libraries & Gamification, “Nudging: How to meet people during self-service hours”. Crowd funding projects: "Buy India a Library" & “Help TWIL

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