The Flexible Learning Space in the Library / Model Programme for Public Libraries
For this workshop, we have chosen to focus on the challenge related to the library as a 'learning space' – one of the four spaces in the '4-space-model', which is a significant part of the theoretical basis for the Model Programme. We are experiencing an international focus on 'learning', and the fact that there is an extensive learning element connected to our work may be one of the most important political arguments for the library as an institution.
Tine Vind, Office Manager, the Danish Agency for Culture Introduction. Why do we need a Model Programme?
Jens Lauridsen, Library Manager, Tårnby Municipality, member of the editorial group for the Model Programme for Public Libraries The presentation will go through a number of the challenges that libraries are currently facing. With the Model Programme's design challenge for the Learning Space as its starting point, the presentation will address general and very concrete examples of the challenge of integrating learning, in a qualified and dynamic way, as a content-related qualified and visually noticeable element.
Rosan Bosch, CEO and Creative Director, Rosan Bosch Ltd
Presentation Flexible Learning Space in the Library
The subsequent workshop will aim to create a hands-on experience as the participants work with the creation of flexible learning spaces. The purpose of the workshop is to inspire and challenge the participants' concept of learning spaces.
Information about the organisers of the session:
Tine Vind is Head of Division for Libraries, The Danish Agency for Culture since 2013. Trained as a librarian from The Royal School of Library and Information Science in 1984 and MA in Musicology, The University of Copenhagen, 1998 and MMD (Master of Management Development) from Copenhagen Business School, 2008. Earlier Senior Lecturer in music and librarianship at The Royal School of Library and Information Science, and leadership positions as Head of Ballerup Municipal Libraries and Head of Culture and Leisure at Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality.
Jens Lauridsen has been the chief of Taarnby Libraries since june 2004. From august 2013 chief of culture and leisure in general in Taarnby.
He graduated from The Royal Danish School of Librarianship in 1979. From 1981 to 1999 he was Head Librarian on Hinnerup Library and from 1999 to 2003 Jens Lauridsen was deputy director on The regional Library of Northern Jutlland. Jens Lauridsen has written many articles about organization and library architecture in Danish library journals and he has been lecturing on many library conferences especially in Denmark but also in Norway, Finland, Russia and Latvia. From primo 2012 till october 2013 Jens Lauridsen was in the steering committee for the Danish national project "Model programme for public libraries" Jens Lauridsen takes interest in organization, leadership, library architecture and in the process of developing the hybrid library of tomorrow and for the future.
Rosan Bosch Founder of Rosan Bosch Ltd. Born 29.11.1969
Rosan Bosch has worked professionally with art, architecture and design for more than 15 years. She is an expert in developing new concepts, ideas and strategies, and has many years experience with the management of complex projects. Rosan’s competencies cover a wide field from business management and creative development to process management, project planning and communication. She has worked with private businesses such as LEGO, Coloplast and Novo Nordisk as well as public institutions such as Ordrup School, Hjørring Central Library, Vridsløselille State Prison and Copenhagen Muncipality. She has specialised in the design of working and learning environments in close dialogue with their users, using design as a tool for change and innovation in learning and development. Rosan always focuses on the individual, creating projects that make people act and think in new and different ways. Rosan is the founder and partner of Rosan Bosch Ltd. From 2001-2010, Rosan Bosch was co-founder and partner of Bosch &Fjord.
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