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Bridging the physical and virtual library - final presentation

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Final Presentation by group 6

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Bridging the physical and virtual library - final presentation

  1. 1. Challenge: Bridging the physical and the virtual Group members: Annie Christensen, ÅkeNygren, Frida Liljeqvist, Gitte Barclack, Grete Stuevold Madsbakken, Hrafn A. Harðarson, Einar Ólafsson, Kristín R. Vilhjálmsdóttir, Sunna Björk Þórarinsdóttir, Tiina TarvonenFacilitators: Lisbeth Overgaard Nielsen and Úlfhildur Dagsdóttir
  2. 2. Visions?What do we want to create (useboth the group’s ambition, thecitizen’s and the library’s Why?ambitions)?• To remove the bridge and combine the visual and the physical library
  3. 3. What do we think are the most important angles/themes in the challenge?• Mashing up the collection• Interaction between the physical and the virtual• The right time!
  4. 4. Choose the most important angle: MatchmakingInterest groups e.g. Women’s story circle• Facilitating activities in the physical as in the virtual library• Free space• Bookshelves virtual & physical• Competence on sharing, exposing and publishing• Mashing up the library’s collection• Being part of the library’s collection
  5. 5. How do we construct the idea?What do you think we should How do we do it? (what actionscreate? – should we take to make itactivities/constructions? happen?)• Interest-groups • Give virtual and physical space themes and teamrooms• Themes like travel, events, etc. • Establish connections into• How to get people? Act only as different subcultures facilitator, not interfere. Ask • Motivate people to come to library groups to come to the library with their content and have autonomy of their • Library facilitator group. Facilitator can connect • Technology groups.
  6. 6. What difference does it make? What is the difference/result theWith whom do we do it? - activities will make – to the societypartners and competencies? and the citizens• Interest-groups • Supporting creative communities • Creating communities • Opening up the library
  7. 7. How does the Network of NordicLibrariesbuildon the ideas from this camp?• Ning as community?• Groundwork for experience• Try out physical groupwork virtually• Networking

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