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Challenges for the Ice Camp presented by the Strategy Group; Holmkell Hreinsson, Knut Skansen, Kari Lämsä, Åke Nygren og Knud Schulz

Challenges for the Ice Camp presented by the Strategy Group; Holmkell Hreinsson, Knut Skansen, Kari Lämsä, Åke Nygren og Knud Schulz

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    Iceland challenges for nordic public libraries Iceland challenges for nordic public libraries Presentation Transcript

    • ChallengesKari
    • 1. Fabriries
    • FamilyMistä  leikkipuistot, vauvauinnit, kahvilat, asukaspuistot, huvipuistot, eläintarhatja erilaiset verkkopalvelut perheille.Keskustakirjastossa tarjotaan luontevia tapaamispaikkoja perheille suunnittelemallatilat niin, että muiden perheiden kohtaaminen oli luontevaa ja helppoa. Lisäksi luodaanpuitteet koko perheen yhdessä tekemiselle ja elämyksille niin, että sekä lapset ettäaikuiset pääsevät osallistumaan.
    • Fabriries• From children’s libraries to families in libraries• How could the library space and services be transformed in relation to the needs of families?Åke
    • 2. Prosumer
    • 2. Prosumer• How can we address the citizens as prosumers?• Both in the digital and physical library?• Citizen media – Do the library have a role of customer produced digital content?• Producing, sharing, remixing?Knut
    • 3. Visualize and seduce
    • Poetry jukebox
    • 3. Visualize and seduce• Its about visualization, packaging and marketing• How to unwrap and visualize the content hidden in libraries? • Beyond text? • Context? Knud
    • 4. Loved to death?
    • 4. Loved to death?• How do we avoid being loved to death?• How do we cope with variety and still please the citizens?• Do we want pleased & passive citizens or creative criticizers?Holmkell
    • 5. Business model
    • Childrens department Oslo Central Library 1908Mrs Bure is in control
    • 5. Business model• The library’s business model in the industrial society was collecting and circulating books (information)• What is the business model in the knowledge society when the information is digitized?Åke
    • 6. Reclaiming the future.
    • 6. Reclaiming the future• How do libraries go from waiting for the future to proactively shaping our future?• Can the libraries shape the society’s democratic future? – Reinvention Knut
    • 7. Flexibility
    • 7. Flexibility• How do we build flexibility into libraries? • Physical/digital space • Mindset • Staff / Organization / Citizens Kari
    • 8. Bridging the physical and the virtual
    • 8. Bridging the physical and the virtual• How do we merge the digital into the physical?• How can the physical and virtual be seen as one?• How do we develop new services that connect the physical and virtual?Knud
    • 9. Clustering
    • Medborgercenter Satellit- Community Center- den engelske model centre LOKALARKIV NATURGUIDE UDSTILLINGER UDLÅN LÆRINGS-CENTER OG REFERENCE UNGE KULTURELLE AKTIVITETERBØRN/FOR DE MINDSTE JOBHJØRNET STUDIESTØTTE & LEKTIE- FAMILIER LÆS MEDBORGER- STILLE- ETR HJÆLP CENTER OMRÅDE Æ- MØDE- NIN CAFÉ NETADGANG G LOKALER SUNDHEDS- SELV- BORGER- RÅDGIVNING & BETJENING SERVICE VEJLEDNING FRITIDSBUTIKKEN FORBRUGERINFO SHOP AVISLÆSESAL/NYHEDSCENTER FOR BESØGENDE
    • 9. Clustering• The library as a mash up – Idea store – Community centre – Living labs – Furnishing / design – ICT cluster• How can the library be a match maker? Permanent/temporaryHolmkell
    • 10. Pride
    • 10. Pride• The library as a cool and empowering place• Confidence building for libraries means confident communities?• How do the users interact, produce and use the facilities – and how do we support?• How can the library be a place where people want to be seen?Åke
    • 11. Where is the library?
    • 11. Where is the library?• The library as a mobile application• The librarian as a mobile application• The library in the city – the city in the library• Where is the library relevant for the citizen – in what context?• How to get into the pocket of a non-user?