Maria antonia carrato mena, president of naple (es)

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Maria antonia carrato mena, president of naple (es)

  1. 1. Public Libraries / e-inclusionMaría Antonia Carrato MenaChair of NAPLE (Naple Authorities on Public Libraries in Europe)
  2. 2. Digital Agenda 2020
  3. 3. Digital Agenda 2020
  4. 4. Public Libraries
  5. 5. Public Europe 2020Libraries Convergence
  6. 6. Public Libraries1. ACCESS TO INFORMATION/ ICT / ONLINE RESOURCES2. CONNECTING PEOPLE & COMMUNITIES3. FACILITATE PEOPLE´S LIVES4. LEARNING & SKILLS DEVELOPMENT5. INNOVATION & CREATIVITY6. COOPERATION BETWEEN ADMINISTRATIONS (LOCAL /REGIONAL/ NATIONAL / EU)7. PUBLIC / PRIVATE COLLABORATION
  7. 7. Interculturalsocieties
  8. 8. http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/new-to-canada/
  9. 9. Andalucía
  10. 10. http://www.dbb.dkAccessDigital services specially designed for the blind.
  11. 11. http://www.dbb.dk/Blind LibraryDenmark
  12. 12. Connecting
  13. 13. Finland http://www.verkkohaltuun.fi/briefly_in_english
  14. 14. Poland http://www.epractice.eu/en/news/293071
  15. 15. http://www.eifl.net/
  16. 16. Learning.
  17. 17. Den Haag Library
  18. 18. Flanders The Library in the School•A Library-searchbox on the school’s e-learning platform that searches the local library catalogue•Free access for school to the library’s digital newspaper and magazine archive
  19. 19. Scottish Government Public Library Quality Improvement FundDigital Participation ProjectsOutcomes: Increased digital participation, increased use of broadband, increased user satisfaction,and improved public servicesCase Study Aberdeenshire Intergenerational Training Learner Support Tutor attended intergenerational training delivered by the Beth Johnson Foundation The training introduced the tutor to a range of intergenerational activities that help break-down the barriers different generations have about each other. A number of the activities have been incorporated into the training program.
  20. 20. http://slq.nu/?article=internet-bus-netti-nysseScandinavian Library QuarterlyInternet bus Netti-Nysse
  21. 21. http://simbioza.eu/SimbiozaE-pismena Slovenija
  22. 22. Facilitate peoples´ lives
  23. 23. MOBILISED (Mobile Information Services in East Dunbartonshire)
  24. 24. BarcelonaVideos: looking for a job1. Resources that can be found in libraries: http://www.mcu.es/bibliotecas/docs/MC/2012/CongresoBP/B uscaactivadetrabajo.pdf 2. User testimony: http://www.mcu.es/bibliotecas/docs/MC/2012/CongresoBP/Labiblioteca mehadescubierto.pdf
  25. 25. Innovation &Creativity
  26. 26. LithuaniaLibraries for Innovation – Public Access Computing in Libraries http://www.bibliotekospazangai.lt
  27. 27. Bulgaria http://www.glbulgaria.bg/en/node/8730
  28. 28. http://www.cite-sciences.fr/fr/carrefour-numeriqueCarrefour numériqueLa ciber-base en accés gratuit de la Cité des scienses
  29. 29. Future Library InitiativeGreece
  30. 30. CooperationbetweenAdministrations &public/ privatecollaboration
  31. 31. http://www.alfared.org ALFAREDCollaboration between5 different types of librariesand administrations
  32. 32. THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LIBRARIANS AND PUBLIC LIBRARIES IN ROMANIA
  33. 33. Scotland´s Digital Future
  34. 34. http://www.gatesfoundation.orgBill & Melinda Gates FoundationOne-third of all Americans over the age of 14 have used a publiclibrary to access the Internet during the past year, according to astudy released Thursday by the University of Washington andfunded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.Of the 77 mililonpeople who visit libraries to get on the Web, a large portion are low-income individuals looking for jobs and doing homework atcomputer centers and using wireless network connections.
  35. 35. http://www.eifl.net/Enabling access to knowledge in developing and transition countries.Working in collaboration with libraries in more than 60 developing and transition countries inAfrica, Asia, Europe, and Latin America, EIFL enables access to knowledge for education,learning, research and sustainable community development.EIFL is an international not-for-profit organisation based in Europe with a global network ofpartners. We run a wide range of programmes and events designed to increase access toknowledge. Read about EIFL activities in our newsletter”.
  36. 36. •Collaboration with EBLIDA, CIVIC, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation… (Library Policy; E-inclusion; Intelectual Property; Impact studies;Papers on Public Library positioning in an european framework…)•Working to strengh inclusive public library nets all over Europe
  37. 37. Let´s work together in a more inclusive futureThank you.

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