Time flies! It is already more than two weeks since you inspiring people from all over the world met in Dokk1. During the Next Library Festival 2015 many of you dropped by…Continue
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10 days ago we were ready to kick off the Next Library Festival. 350 amazing library people were together in Dokk1 to discuss, play, develop and rethink the Next Library! Thank you everyone for being a part of it!Continue
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What’s next? Building and Implementing the Change Agenda at Aarhus
We are happy to announce another great Next Library Keynote Speaker: Donna Scheeder. She will talk about change and how to support the transformative service movement.
Donna Scheeder, President of the International Federation of Library…Continue
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This year we are introducing a new format: The Next Library Innovation Keynote. This is where innovators and researchers from outside libraries will inform and inspire us. And we are happy to announce the first Innovation Keynote to be Erhardt Graeff from Civic Media, MIT. His keynote will be about how communities make changes!
Link to presentation:…Continue
I'm so excited to be heading out today for Aarhus. After what I know will be amazing conference (Come to our session: Library As Studio!) I'm taking a side trip to Copenhagen and plan to visit the Ordrup School. I've read a lot about this school which was designed to facility 21st Century learning and it just so happens that the architect…Continue
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We are excited to announce another Next Library Keynote: Dimitris Protopsaltou.
Dimitris will take us through a keynote about how the Greek libraries are dealing with societal challenges of scale. Greece is probably the most troubled of the EU countries in terms…Continue
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Next Library Crew are happy and proud to present our first Next Library Keynote Speaker in Dokk1: Deborah Jacobs, Director of the Global Libraries Initiative at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Come join this session at the Next Library Festival and explore the intersection of branding+culture - Sunday 11-12.30!
At Anythink, music constantly uplifts us, motivates us and helps us bring our community together. Using music as our inspiration, we’ll explain how a strong brand and vibrant…Continue
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Next Library participants are well known for being some of the best to make the roof rise at dinner parties. But you should get ready to reach new heights as the Next Library Dinner Party takes of Sunday evening in Tivoli!
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We at @libarystrategy are excited to meet and talk in Aarhus.
Our presentation is a process through which you assess a program or service's viability and success, as well as figure out whether it needs new resources. At the Free Library, we have "stress tested" our book festival, a science camp, our text reference service, a mental health kiosk, and more.
At our interactive session, we will tell you more about our analysis of our Techmobile (…Continue
Use the Next Library community to shape your interactive session and make it even more relevant to the participants at Next Library 2015. See how Erin Berman makes use of a survey to shape her Interactive Session…Continue
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More than 50 people from 14 countries are right now organizing 15 Interactive Sessions and Ignite Next Library Talks.
The preliminary program is available here. Stay tuned for announcements of additional sessions and keynote…Continue
Added by Mads Lykke on August 14, 2015 at 15:00 — No Comments
An excellent opportunity to see Aarhus - cycling with colleagues.
An optional event offered by Next Library Festival Partner, Cycling for Libraries.
Videos from Danish Television:…
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More than 300 participants from 28 countries are coming to the Next Library Festival 2015 in Dokk1, Aarhus.
We look forward to see each one of you in Dokk1 in September!
Registration is now…Continue
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Next Library Crew - and staff of Dokk1 - had a great and very busy time up to and including the opening of Dokk1. We had almost 18.000 visitors in the opening weekend – about 6 % of the population in Aarhus were here. And we got entirely very good comments!
Looking forward to seeing you here for the International Opening of Dokk1 in Aarhus in September!…Continue
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“Enlighten us, but make it quick!” is the slogan of Ignite Talks. At Next Library Festival 2015 there will be sessions with 6-12 Ignite Talks – you can be one of them:…
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We have received a record number of proposals for Interactive Sessions. We have just accepted 16 sessions and will soon tell more about them!
Some of the sessions that you can experience at the Next Library Festival are:
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We have received a lot of great proposals for interactive sessions. Next Library Committee is currently reviewing the many amazing proposals.
Therefore: stay tuned for exciting announcements of Interactive Sessions at Next Library 2015.
There's lots of other ways to contribute to the Next Library Festival:
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We are looking for interactive sessions that inspire, explore and share ideas related to the themes of the Next Library Festival 2015. The interactive sessions should bring together library innovators, practitioners, researchers, designers and researcher from different parts of the world to discuss and explore…Continue
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