How can the public library become a part of the urban development?
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Can a library be a catalyst for social and economic development?
How to measure the social and economic impact of a library in a community?
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How to bring families to the fight against illiteracy?
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Can we promote social inclusion by working with the community the neighbourhoods collective memory and identity, and thereby understanding its social and urbanistic changes?
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Theme '' SUPPORT COMMUNITY LIBRARIES FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT'' session to focus on how community libraries in developing countries need financial support for the running cost and grant support for long term sustainability.
Community libraries in developing countries are facing major challenges. But community libraries are playing a major key roles for access to information, culture of reading to under served communities and contribute enormously for…Continue
Added by John Ahaya Malamba on September 30, 2018 at 13:30 — No Comments
In September 2018 Germany borrowed the brand Next Library® for a remarkable satellite conference in Berlin. In 2019 Aarhus Public Libraries are taking Next Library® back home to Dokk1 in Aarhus, Denmark, on June 2-4.
And we need your ideas for themes and topics for the next Next Library. Give us you input…Continue
Hello, I'm Corinna, an academic librarian at ICI Berlin Institute for Cultural Inquiry, an independent research and cultural institution. I also have a public library background (though slightly fading after ten years' work in a research library). This is my first Next Library, and I will write a conference report about it for the German professional magazine BUB Forum Bibliothek und Information.
Added by BUDDY Corinna Haas on September 11, 2018 at 23:30 — No Comments
Due to low interest, the Alternative Tours which were scheduled for tomorrow and Saturday had to be cancelled. If you are still interested to go individually to a tour of this operator, please visit alternativeberlin.com for one of their regular tours.We are sorry for the incovenience. The library visits and Inspiration Tour are still happening as planned.
Added by Next Library Berlin 2018 on September 11, 2018 at 19:46 — No Comments
Dear Next Library Members,
the most important question at all is: What to wear in Berlin?
Berlin is as casual as you could be, anyway. And Next Library Berlin is a real workshop conference taking place on a wooden and steel construction - as it should be. So High Heels would be the thing for the most risky and adventurous of you, but it is totally fine (and recommended) to wear sneakers or hiking boots.
Looking very much…Continue
Added by Judith Galka on September 11, 2018 at 13:03 — No Comments
The Next Library Conference Berlin 2018 begins in a few days, and we can’t wait to welcome you to three days of discussions, debates and great experiences.Continue
Added by Next Library Berlin 2018 on September 7, 2018 at 10:23 — No Comments
In case all library visits had been booked already when you registered for the conference: due to cancellations a few places are available again for Tour 1, Tour 2, Tour 3, Tour 6 and Tour 9. If you are interested to join one of them, please send an e-mail by Wednesday, September 5, to firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating which tour you prefer. First come, first served.
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We are happy to announce Sandi Hilal as another one of our great keynote speakers at Next Library® Conference Berlin 2018.
Sandi Hilal is an architect, artist and educator based in Bethlehem whose work combines critical and rigorous theoretical research with an architectural, artistic, and pedagogical practice engaged in the struggle for justice and equality. She was Head of the Infrastructure and Camp Improvement Program in the West Bank at UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works…Continue
Added by Next Library Berlin 2018 on August 15, 2018 at 8:57 — No Comments
The ticket registration for Next Library® Satellite Conference Berlin 2018 is closed now. All tickets are sold. We can´t wait to welcome all of you in Berlin! For those who didn´t get a ticket, there might be a last chance to get remaining tickets later on from beginning of July. Please contact email@example.com to be added to the waiting list. Stay tuned for the announcements here and on…Continue
Added by Next Library Berlin 2018 on May 17, 2018 at 11:45 — No Comments
Join us at the Next Library® Conference Berlin 2018 - for networking, inspiration, engaging meetings, co-creation and much more! This year, the Interactive Session Hosts and Ignite Next Library Talkers are coming from 28 countries. Get your ticket now – registration is open! We look forward to seeing you in Berlin!
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We are happy to announce Dr. Stefan Kaduk as another one of our great keynote speakers at Next Library® Conference Berlin 2018.
He 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…Continue
Added by Next Library Berlin 2018 on April 27, 2018 at 19:51 — No Comments
We are happy to announce Nina Simon as another one of our great keynote speakers at Next Library® Conference Berlin 2018.
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…Continue
We are happy to announce David Lankes as one of the 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…Continue
Added by Next Library Berlin 2018 on March 21, 2018 at 11:34 — No Comments
We're happy to announce that six emerging leaders in U.S. public libraries will be selected and given travel awards to attend the Next Library® Berlin 2018 Conference from September 12-15, 2018, under federal grant no. SGE-210-17-GR-0148 provided by the U.S. Department of State and the American Embassy in Berlin. The American Library Association’s Europe Committee and members of the Next Library® Advisory Board are assisting the…Continue
Added by Next Library Berlin 2018 on January 2, 2018 at 19:22 — No Comments
We are now open for your proposals for Ignite Talks and Interactive Sessions! “Encourage the unexpected” is the motto for the Next Library Conference in Berlin. For more information about the Call for Proposals, the overall themes for the conference and how to send a proposal, please check the webpage. We are eagerly awaiting your proposals which you can send until 19 January 2018!…Continue
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Keeping them hooked: An investigation into the drivers and barriers to successful volunteer use in Public Libraries (RDF18/CIS/CASSELDEN)
Project Description Volunteers have increasingly become more involved in public library delivery within the UK, such that between 2010 and 2016 a quarter of all UK library jobs disappeared, 343 libraries closed, and 15,500 volunteers were recruited (Wainwright 2016). This mixed delivery of public libraries is part of a more general…Continue
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