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Public libraries in the knowledge society tromsoe jan. 2011 Public libraries in the knowledge society tromsoe jan. 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • - A Danish Report 2010
    Knud SchulzCitizens’ and library service Aarhus Tromsø 26. January 2011
  • Knud Schulz
    Manager of the Main Library
    Member of a workgroup preparing the passage about partnerships in the report
    Daily work focus – transforming the Main Library to “Urban Mediaspace”
    ksc@aarhus.dk
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  • Agenda
    The report
    Recommendations
    Focus on (the visions in the report)
    Danish Digital Library
    Partnership
    The library of the knowledge society
    Next
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  • Mandate for theCommittee
    - assess the public libraries’ role in relation to the challenges facing the knowledge society, the globalisation strategy’s focus on education, lifelong learning and societal cohesive force
    - assess to which extent there is basis for establishing new concepts for a library service that meets the public’s needs in terms of enlightenment, education and cultural activity, and close to the citizens.
    - assess the need for further development of the libraries’ digital infrastructure and the interaction between digital and traditional services
    - put forward recommendations and suggestions as to how the strategy’s objectives can be realised within the present legislation and existing division of labourbetween state and municipalities.
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  • Conditions
    Existing law
    Existing budget
    Existing division of labour between state and municipalities
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  • Essential point
    In the knowledge society the public library’s efforts to further enlightenment, education and cultural activity is more important than ever before. Society’s value creation is to an increasing extent based on the citizen’s ability to transform information into knowledge and to use this knowledge to create new value. Due to increased competition, which is a result of the globalization, this value creation becomes even more essential.
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  • 5 recommendations and a model of the modern library
    1. Open libraries
    2. Inspiration and learning
    3. The Danish Digital Library (DDL)
    4. Partnerships
    5. Professional development
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  • Focus on practice
    Danish Digital Library
    Partnership
    The library of the knowledge society - a new model for library service
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  • 3. The Danish Digital Library - DDL
    The committee recommends the establishment of the Danish Digital Library as a common digital mediation to the Danes. This means that apart from physical materials the library will be able to offer digital media such as films, games, music and literature.
    The user will moreover get access to new experiences, a digitized cultural heritage and networking with other users via social media. DDL will be a common access to the libraries on the Internet as well as contributing to the citizen meeting the library elsewhere on the Internet where this is relevant.
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  • DDL
    The committee recommends
    • DDL as soon as possible be established as a common organization for all national library services
    • relevant stakeholders agree on the organizational frames for DDL
    • public libraries establish an ever closer coordination of the purchase of digital materials
    • public libraries strengthen free access to information by supporting creative commons and open access
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  • DDL – 3 level architecture
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  • 1. level - presentation
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  • local
    integration with partners
    visibility in local communities
    offering resources to users – in local and in general
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  • 2. level - services
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  • Services examples
    authentication – single sign-on
    personalization
    recommendations
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  • 3. level - data
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  • Data - examples
    bibliographic data
    music
    cultural heritage
    user produced data
    statistics
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  • The structure
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  • Actual work
    commitment to the structure
    finding the money - business case (ex. effectiveness of library systems) – use of open source etc.
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  • Partnerships
    The committee recommends that the library work systematically on establishing binding partnerships in order to create a multitude of offers across the public sector, business life and civic society.
    The committee recommends:
    • libraries offer themselves as partners and enter into partnerships with a view to strengthening and developing the library and its offers to the public, including the relation between the library, the citizens and the surrounding community
    • libraries think in partnerships across the public sector, the private sector and civic society
    • libraries enter into partnerships that explore and exploit new digital platforms in mediation contexts
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  • Why partnerships?
    Lack of resources and competences
    in libraries
    Knowledge, inspiration from others
    Need of diversity, quality, research
    in service production
    Communication and marketing
    New ambassadors
  • ExamplesStrategicPartnerships
    Urban Mediaspace Aarhus
    New main library
    Citizens’ Service
    Partnerships and network
    Opening 2014
  • Mapping the network
  • Partnershipclusters - examples
    Children and FamiliesChildrentheatres, culture institutions, Centre for Playware, Alexandra Institute, Centre for PervasiveComputing
    Knowledge and LearningUniversities, educational institutions, freeadulteducation, Homeworkhelp organisations, NGO’s
    FictionPublishers, author organisations, readingclubs, authorschools, writing workshops, poetryclubs, freeadulteducation , news media
    MindspotPublic Schools, HighSchools, youth organisations and clubs, festivals
  • Inspiration and learning
    The committee recommends that the public libraries work systematically on further developing and strengthening the library’s learning and inspiration offers based on the users’ needs.
    The committee recommends:
    • local partnerships with the educational associations be established
    • extension of the existing effort to develop the Danes’ IT skills take place
    • partnerships for improving reading among groups with reading handicaps be established
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  • Open libraries
    The committee recommends that new concepts for the physical library space be developed. The library should moreover locally work systematically on establishing alternatives to the traditional library space, such as libraries that are integrated with other types of institutions, as well as new flexible library services
    The committee recommends:
    • library space be seen as an independent medium to be developed
    • more targeted and offensive promotion of materials be developed
    • partnerships be established about activities in the library space
    • general concepts for arrangements be established
    • flexible forms of service be further developed
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  • Four room model
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  • Inspiration space
    The space for meaningful experiences that is to say experiences that move us
    The space should open up to the irrational, emotional and chaotic by communicating a diversion of aesthetic experiences.
    This can happen through storytelling or other artistic expressions within all kinds of media, cultural forms and genres.
    The inspiration space should make the user want to move beyond the usual choices and to come back.
    The library space in itself may also be an experience and work as a stage for events and cultural arrangements.
    The inspiration space especially supports realisation (cognition)/experience and innovation.
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  • examples – coming up
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  • Learning space
    Space where children, young people and adults can experience and explore the world and thus strengthen their competences and possibilities through free and easy access to information and knowledge
    Learning is seen as a dialogue oriented process that is based on the users’ own experiences and their wishes to define their own learning needs
    Often takes place in informal settings which do not have learning as the goal – learning happens through play, music and many other activities
    Should meet the needs of especially young people for a more experience oriented learning through the development of playful, interactive and social learning methods.
    Learning is strengthened through the use of homework cafes, study places, open courses and experiment areas.
    The learning space especially supports realisation (cognition)/experience and empowerment.
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  • examples – coming up
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  • Meeting space
    An open, public space where citizens as a third space between home and work can meet others who are both as themselves and different from themselves
    Arenaes, where you can meet other people with different interests and values and encounter opinions that challenge you through discussions and debate, are necessary
    In the meeting space both non-commital, random encounters can take place through lounge décor with newspapers and café atmosphere as well as more organised meetings
    This can take place both live and on the Internet in chatgroups, blogs or other social media.
    The meeting space especially supports empowerment and engagement
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  • examples – coming up
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  • Performativespace
    Users can interact with others for inspiration to create new creative expressions in the encounter with art and culture
    Users can get access to tools that support their creative expressions through interactive games and writing-, sound- and video-workshops
    The users can also get support in their creative expressions through workshops with professional artists, designers, multimedia developers etc.
    Can act as a platform for communication by publishing and distributing the work and products of the users and by giving access to stages where users can perform and express themselves.
    The performative space especially supports engagement and innovation.
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  • examples – coming up
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  • Gaming
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