Lotte, It is a pleasure to share my photos. (I actually suppressed some of them b/c I had so many photos of food it was a bit embarrassing...!)
I am suffering from a bad case of NLW (Next-Library-Withdrawal: a serious diagnosed condition). I don't think I'm the only one - I've heard from so many wonderful new friends I made during the conference. This has truly been a transformative experience. xoxo jv
Hi, Lotte! You commented on my idea "Libraries for children as training centers: uniting leadership and new technologies" and asked to tell a little bit more about it. This is not just an idea - it is my project. This project lasted for two years in a form of teaching children to use new technologies (e-readers, ITabs, different computer programs that are available at our library). I decided to "upgrade it" and to combine trainings for developing leader qualities of children and, of course, using new technologies as we believe that a new leader can't exist without new technologies. As a bonus, the members of our Young Leaders Club will spend one day with a student of the university to get to know the daily routine of the student (to visit lectures, libraries). Oh, let me introduce myself. I am a leading librarian in The National Library of Ukraine for Children. Olga, Kyiv, Ukraine.
Burning Man is having a free virtual event on the topic of: 'Desert Athenaeum: The Art of Playa Libraries and Learning". Burning Man is exploring the connection of libraries/Learning and projects from the Burning man community. I thought some…