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Presentation at the conference Make or Die in Roskilde (Denmark), April 1 2014

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    FryskLab Make or Die Conference Roskilde FryskLab Make or Die Conference Roskilde Presentation Transcript

    • FryskLab Europe’s first Mobile Library FabLab
    • Jeroen de Boer Domainspecialist new media Bibliotheekservice Fryslân Board member FabLab Benelux Foundation @jtdeboer http://www.frysklab.nl @frysklab
    • Read about FryskLab here: https://medium.com/p/46e329ffb06c
    • "If you Googled Maker Space plus Library 18 months ago, you might have found two hits, but now you'll find it all over the Internet" ! (Maxine Bleiweis, Westport Public Library)
    • Values Makers ≈ Values Library Nicholas Schiller: http://acrl.ala.org/techconnect/?p=2282
    • Library Bill of Rights access freedom advocacy inquiry openness
    • Hacker ethic sharing openness collaboration hands-on-imperative
    • “We’ll see that at least in terms of access to information, public openness, freedom, sharing, and collaboration libraries and hackers are on the same page. There are many things that hackers and libraries can do together that further these shared values and goals.” Nicholas Schiller:
    • Community! Libraries and FabLabs need the Collaboration
    • Library Hacking Twitter Tree (Twitterboom) Christmas tree with LED-lights controlled by public tweets containing #twitterboom + desired colour and Christmas wishes. http://frack.nl/wiki/Twitterboom https://tweakers.net/nieuws/78907/hackerspace-laat-verlichting-kerstboom-bedienen-via-twitter.html
    • Library as Platform David Lankes: “The Mission Of Librarians Is To Improve Society Through Facilitating Knowledge Creation In Their Communities” ! “A Platform For Community Learning And Innovation” Library as Platform David Lankes: “The Mission Of Librarians Is To Improve Society Through Facilitating Knowledge Creation In Their Communities” ! “A Platform For Community Learning And Innovation”
    • Library as Platform David Lankes: “The Mission Of Librarians Is To Improve Society Through Facilitating Knowledge Creation In Their Communities” ! “A Platform For Community Learning And Innovation” Library as Platform David Weinberger: “To think that knowledge itself is shaped like books is to marvel that a rock fits so well in its hole in the ground.”
    • Not Institutional Repositories, Networked Repositories ! Role of Librarian: Acquisition to Curation ! Collection Development Becomes Connection Development ! Size Doesn’t Matter ! Rural Libraries Well Positioned Some implications: Library as Platform
    • Mobile library FabLab Initiated by Bibliotheekservice Fryslân
    • Mobile library FabLab Initiated by Bibliotheekservice Fryslân
    • 1951: Mobile library FabLab Initiated by Bibliotheekservice Fryslân
    • Why FabLab? FabLab?
    • Why?
    • Why FabLab? What have we achieved this far? 1. Purchase of former book-mobile 2. Purchase of FabLab-hardware 3. Official FabLab 4. Development FryskLab Elements 5. Development LOD Kennisbank 6. Development Fab the Library!
    • Why FabLab? Educational program for primary, secondary and vocational education. Pilot March/April 2014 Funded by SNS REAAL FryskLab Elements
    • Why FabLab? FryskLab Elements 1. Lessons 2. Workshops 3. Challenges
    • Why FabLab? FabLab as makerspace is inseparable from FabLab as informationspace: data is contextualized FryskLab LOD Knowledge Base Funded by Pica Foundation
    • Why FabLab? 1. Datamodel 2. Triplestore database 3. Data FryskLab 4. User interface 5. User interaction Development of: Funded by Pica Foundation FryskLab LOD Knowledge Base
    • Why FabLab? Partners: Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences MetaMatter FabLab Benelux Foundation Rotslab Funded by Pica Foundation FryskLab LOD Knowledge Base
    • Why FabLab? Fab the Library! Program to make it easier for libraries to integrate a FabLab or related services Funded by Netherlands Institute for Public Libraries
    • Why FabLab? Development of three modules 1. Introduction 2. Hands-on 3. Strategy Funded by Netherlands Institute for Public Libraries Fab the Library!
    • Why FabLab? Pilot in April 2014 Fab the Library!
    • Why FabLab? Masterplan FryskLab Co-operating with educational institutions to realize a sustainable environment for local (small business) innovation Life-long learning program digital fabrication
    • Why FabLab? FryskLab: next step Development of a sustainable business model
    • Why FabLab? Proposition FryskLab 1. Development of FabLab in Fryslân with partners 2. FryskLab as connector
    • Jeroen de Boer @jtdeboer http://www.frysklab.nl Tak! @frysklab