Olga Dubova
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At 10:18 on January 16, 2013, Lotte Duwe Nielsen said…
Hi Olga
Thank you for the comments about the project.
Do you have any further info about the project on a website for instance (in English), photos or videos?
Kind regards,
Lotte
At 18:07 on January 11, 2013, Lotte Duwe Nielsen said…

Hi Olga Dubova
Welcome on the Next Library website!
Your idea on http://www.nextlibrary.net/we-want-your-ideas
about "Libraries for children as training centers: uniting leadership and new technologies" sounds interesting to me. Could you explain a bit more about your idea?
Kind regards,
Lotte

 
 
 

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