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Agenda day 1 – Phase 1

09.15 – 09.30 Welcome by Ánna and project
              inf by Lotte
09.30 – 10.00 Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson
10.00 – 11.25 Introduction to the camp
              Break 5 min.
11.30 – 12.00 Introduction to challenges
12.00 – 12.50 Lunch




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Nordisk Biblioteksnetværk
 Network of Nordic Public
        Libraries

           Lotte Duwe
     Nielsen, ldn@aarhus.dk

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• Thank you Iceland for hosting this first camp

• Especially thanks to Gurra, Anna, Holmkell &
  Hrafn for hospitality and patience – and for
  meeting all our wishes for location, facilities and
  organisation

• This is going to be an amazing camp, thanks to
  your support & creativity



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The Framework
• Ice camp - part of the project: Network of
  Nordic Public Libraries

• Goals and demands, according to the
  project (what do we have to do?)




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Network of Nordic Public Libraries
               2009 - 2011
• The members are:

•   Borgarbókasafn Reykjavíkur, Iceland
•   Bókasafn Kópavogs, Iceland
•   Amtsbókasafnid á Akureyri, Iceland
•   Deichmanske Bibliotek, Oslo
•   Helsingfors Stadsbibliotek, Finland
•   Stockholm Stadsbibliotek, Sweden
•   Aarhus Public Libraries, Denmark
    (project management)

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Goals
7 libraries in 5
countries will co-
create innovative
ideas for common
Nordic concepts for
public libraries




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3 focal points for main activities:
I) STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVE ON LIBRARY INNOVATION

                                      • The network is initiated by
                                        the strategic management
                                        fora of the network
                                        partners

                                      • The starting point is a
                                        common Nordic strategic
                                        perspective which can
                                        develop creative
                                        contributions to library
                                        innovation in the Nordic
                                        countries



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3 focal points for main activities:
II) BUILDING IDEAS, COMPETENCES AND NETWORK
• Ideas and competences
  (knowledge, skills and
  attitudes) will be
  developed by involving
  library staff from the 5
  project partners

• The creative camps will be
  the basis of new relations
  between library staff and
  hopefully co-operation in
  future networks and Nordic
  projects



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Camps – exchanging knowledge and
   ideas by creating new ideas




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Camps
                         • 3 creative learning
                           camps will involve
                           (at least) 50 library
                           staff members
                           across the Nordic
                           libraries:

                         • 2010: Iceland
                         • 2011: Stockholm
                         • 2012: Oslo
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Study Tours
• Visits to significant libraries or cultural
  institutions linked to the three camps

• Purpose: to ensure common frame of
  reference, inspiration and updated knowledge
  about library and cultural development in the
  Northern countries




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3 focal points for main activities:
              III) DISSEMINATION
• One article per year in
  a library magazine in
  each country: 15
  articles in total

• Conference papers for
  IFLA :
  2010 in Göteborg
  2012 in Helsinki




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3 focal points for main activities:
   III) DISSEMINATION cntd.:
   www.nordiccamps.ning.com

                               • The methods, ideas
                                 and strategies +
                                 discussions about
                                 library innovation will
                                 be published online.
                               • Other Nordic libraries
                                 and interested people
                                 – also internationally -
                                 are invited to
                                 participate in
                                 discussions on the
                                 web
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Budget and Funding:
Total Budget:                                                        507.598 EUR

Project partners:                                                    357.608 EUR

Kulturkontakt Nord /
Nordic Culture Point                                                 149.999 EUR


Application:
https://nordiccamps.ning.com/page/nice-to-know




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So - let’s get started!




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Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson

Free your mind




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Phase 1:
The Creative Platform




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We cannot solve our
problems with the same
thinking we used when we
created them.

Albert Einstein




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About the camp
– the framework




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If, at some point you have
   questions about the process


• Write it down on a post-it and place it on
  the question wall


• We answer them all before we go
  home


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Take breaks on your own

• If you need to go to the toilet, smoke etc.
• If you cannot understand what is happening
  "right now”, it's ok, but don't interrupt the
  proces
• If you are tired or for some reason need a
  break
• Take a break on your own. Don’t take other
  people away from the process


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Introduction to facilitators and
         camp leader
•   Doddi Jonsson & Pirjo Lipasti
•   Reinert Mithassel & Lotte Duwe Nielsen
•   Sigrún Guðnadóttir & Marie Østergaard
•   Kristín Viðarasdóttir & Sidsel Bech-Petersen
•   Britta Palm & Louise Overgaard
•   Úlfhildur Dagsdóttir & Lisbeth Overgaard
•   Jannik Mulvad




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We need to be able to
    concentrate




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Let’s get started




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Structure of The Creative Platform




• four principles
• one method: 3D cases that
  implements the principles



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Principle 1: No judgement


• The Creative Platform creates a
  confident and secure environment
  by applying the rule of NO
  JUDGEMENT:
 – Between participants
 – Of Ideas / output
 – Of process

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Principle 1. No judgement (cntd.)
       - ideas are just ideas

• Ideas should not be judged
• The purpose of an idea is to get
  another idea
• Follow the energy of an idea – not
  the logic of it
• help others give birth to ideas

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Principle 1: No judgement (cntd.)
   - barriers that may stand in the way of
           using all your knowledge

  We all know the feeling of:

  • Fear of making mistakes
  • Fear that it will not work
  • Fear of making wrong decisions
  • Fear of looking really stupid
  • Fear of losing control
  • All this leads us to choose the safe "NO“
  or         the dismissive "YES but"

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Principle 1. No judgement (cntd.)
    - accept and use your mistakes

• Accept and work with your mistakes
• You are supposed to make mistakes
• Mistakes leads us to new ideas




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Let’s rehearse




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Principle 2: Parallel Thinking


• The Creative Platform promotes
  concentration by using parallel
  thinking:
 – All participants – in total and in
   groups - take every step of the
   process at the same time
 – Everyone talks about the same at the
   same time
 – Result: When we have finished a
   task, it's over and done with
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Principle 3: Task focus


• The Creative Platform creates
  motivation by introducing Task
  Focus:
 – Never focus on participants – it is not
   personal
 – Focus must be only on the task
 – One task one deadline!

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Principle 4: Horizontal Thinking


• The Creative Platform creates wide
  usage of knowledge by introducing
  Horizontal Thinking:
 – Helps participants to break free of
   their patterns
 – Focus on usage of knowledge across
   disciplines


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Principle 4: Horizontal thinking (cntd.)
        - your brain as a Library

             Food/vine/beer
                                                          Children
Job/networ
king
              House renovation                                   Music/Party


         Watches                                       Family



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Principle 4: Horizontal thinking (cntd.)
          - knowledge concept


• The classical (vertical) knowledge
  concept
  – Limits use of knowledge to only one
    “shelve”
• The horizontal knowledge concept
  – uses knowledge from all “shelves”


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Let’s rehearse




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One Method: 3D cases


• 3D cases are exercises that use both
  body, language and attitude to
  – Maintain a creative presence
  – Release energy and free space for
    uninhibited use of knowledge




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3D cases
            - the Body
• The body contains our knowledge and by
  moving our body knowledge is set free
• Using your body makes you experience
  things in a different way
• Using your body makes you
  communicate differently
• An energetic body focuses concentration
  and energy


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3D cases
      - Language and Attitude
•   Through language you maintain traditional
    mental patterns – BUT you can also use
    language to change them
•   Never say NO ...
•   Never say YES BUT ...
•   Always say, YES AND ...
•   Accept the offers you get, in terms of ideas -
    and use them
•   Changing the attitude provides energy
    and motivation


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Let’s rehearse




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Summary of the layers of
 The Creative Platform
• 4 Principles
 1.   No judgement
 2.   Parallel thinking
 3.   Focus on task – one task one deadline
 4.   Horizontal thinking
• 1 method: 3D cases that
  implements the principles

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• We have many ideas

• It's just a matter of seeing and
  accepting them

• We need to train it                         


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More exercises




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Agenda day 1 – Phase 1

09.15 – 09.30 Welcome by the hosts
09.30 – 10.00 Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson
10.00 – 11.25 Introduction to the camp
                    Break – 5 min.
11.30 – 12.00 Introduction to challenges
12.00 – 12.50 Lunch




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Strategy group introduces the
    challenges

Holmkell Hreinsson
Knud Schultz
Kari Lämsä
Knut Skansen
Åke Nygren

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The Task:
• Silent reflection
• One challenge at a time
• 1 min pr challenge
• Write ideas/thoughts – one idea pr
  post-it




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Challenges




Kari
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1. Fabriries




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Family

Mistä  leikkipuistot, vauvauinnit, kahvilat, asukaspuistot, huvipuistot, eläintarhat
ja erilaiset verkkopalvelut perheille.

Keskustakirjastossa tarjotaan luontevia tapaamispaikkoja perheille suunnittelemalla
tilat niin, että muiden perheiden kohtaaminen oli luontevaa ja helppoa. Lisäksi luodaan
puitteet koko perheen yhdessä tekemiselle ja elämyksille niin, että sekä lapset että
aikuiset pääsevät osallistumaan.



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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?


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Åke
2. Prosumer




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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 in relation to
  customer produced
  digital content?
• Producing, sharing, r
  emixing?
Kari
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3. Visualize and seduce




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Poetry jukebox
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3. Visualize and
       seduce
• It’s about
  visualization, packaging
  and marketing

• How do we unwrap and
  visualize the content
  hidden in libraries?
   • Beyond text?
   • Context?

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4. Loved to death?




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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
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5. Business model




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Childrens department Oslo Central
Library 1908
Mrs Bure is in control
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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

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6. Reclaiming the future.




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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
  Knud
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7. Flexibility




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7. Flexibility
• How do we build
  flexibility into
  libraries?

  • Physical/digital space
  • Mindset
  • Staff / Organization /
    Citizens

  Kari
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8. Bridging the physical
    and the virtual




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8. Bridging the
   physical and the
        virtual
• How do we merge the
  digital with 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
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9. Clustering




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Medborgercenter                                                                                      Satellit-
                      Community Center- den engelske model                                                                        centre


                         LOKALARKIV              NATURGUIDE                            UDSTILLINGER

                                                                   UDLÅN
                       LÆRINGS-CENTER
                                                        OG REFERENCE                          UNGE




                                                                                                        KULTURELLE AKTIVITETER
BØRN/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




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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/temporary)

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10. Pride




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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?
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11. Where is the library?




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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?

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Lunch




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Agenda day 1 – Phase 2
09.15 – 09.30 Welcome by the hosts
09.30 – 10.00      Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson
10.00 – 11.30      Phase 1:Introduction to the camp
11.30 – 12.00      Introduction to challenges
12.00 – 12.50      Lunch
12.50 – 13.00      Get in gear
13.00 – 13.30      Browse post-it
13.30 – 13.45      Challenge-keeper
13.45 – 14.00      Introduction to Village Square
14.00 – 14.15      Challenge-keeper preparation & Games with
                                  Jannik
14.15 – 15.15      Village Square
15.15 – 16.00      Pitch of challenges


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Let’s get back in gear




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Village Square




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The law of the Two Feet:
– You are free to move to where you feel your energy lies

– Take responsibility for your own contributions leave the
  challenge if/when you don't have any more to say

BUT - when the horn sounds you HAVE to move on




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Remember - use language
to change mental patterns

 Never say NO ...
 Never say YES BUT ...
 Always say, YES AND ...
 Accept the offers you get, in terms
 of ideas - and use them


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Task: browse challenges & select
Selecting a challenge makes you a challenge-keeper

Challenge-keepers are responsible for the challenge during the Village
Square

Challenge-keepers stay with their challenge through the whole Village
Square




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Preparation for Village Square
• Facilitators leave with challenge-
  keepers and prepare
• Participants stay in the large room
  and practice task with Jannik




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Village Square




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Pitch & Voting
•2 min pitch from each challenge-holders
•Which challenges should we continue to work on at the camp?
•3 votes pr person – decide during the pitches




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Pitch




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Now Vote!
-5 min. for placing your votes
     -3 votes pr person




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Agenda day 1 – Phase 2
09.15 – 09.30      Welcome by the hosts
09.30 – 10.00   Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson
10.00 – 11.30   Phase 1:Introduction to the camp
11.30 – 12.00   Introduction to challenges
12.00 – 12.50   Lunch
12.50 – 13.00   in gear
13.00 – 13.30   Browse post-it
13.30 – 13.45   Playmaker
13.45 – 14.00   Introduction to Village Square
14.00 – 14.15   Playmaker preparation & Games with Jannik
14.15 – 15.15   Village Square
15.15 – 16.00   Pitch of challenges
16.00 – 17.45   Intermezzo; Hot Pot or go for a walk




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Intermezzo




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Agenda day 1 – Phase 3
09.15 – 09.30 Welcome by the hosts
09.30 – 10.00      Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson
10.00 – 11.30      Phase 1:Introduction to the camp
11.30 – 12.00      Introduction to challenges
12.00 – 12.50      Lunch
12.50 – 13.00      in gear
13.00 – 13.30      Browse post-it
13.30 – 13.45      Playmaker
13.45 – 14.00      Introduction to Village Square
14.00 – 14.15      Playmaker preparation & Games with Jannik
14.15 – 15.15      Village Square
15.15 – 16.00      Pitch of challenges
16.00 – 17.45      Intermezzo; Hot Pot or go for a walk
17.45 – 19.30      Phase 3: Grounding in groups, dinner,
                                  preparation, pitch
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Chosen challenges




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Phase 3 - grounding
• Thanks to challenge-keepers and strategy group! You are
  now released

NOW IN GROUPS
• Meet your facilitators
• Take possession of the room
• Get to know eachother
• Form ground rules
• Get familiar with your challenge
• Brainstorm and develop
• Eat
• Prepare a pitch – How does this group see this challenge.
  Key angels, focus areas
• Be finished and back here 19.30
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Ning




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Agenda day 1 – Phase 4

16.00 – 17.45 Intermezzo; Hot Pot or go for a walk
17.45 – 19.15 Grounding in groups, dinner, idea development,
                             preparation for pitch
19.15 - 19.30 Pitch in pairs
19.30 – 19.45 Phase 4: Personas, what about the users?




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Phase 4:
     What about the users?
• User involvement
• Shape your idea with a user-
  perspective
• What do the users get out of it?
• How will the user see it?
• Get feed-back from the users
• Method: real people / personas

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Personas:
• are fictional but realistic
  characters, representing different
  groups of citizens
• provide you with a broader picture of
  needs and wants of a diverse group
  of citizens
• personas sharpen focus on user
  groups' needs and wants while
  developing your ideas
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Personas – Peter 25 years
                              • Peter is 25 and works as a
                                carpenter
                              • He loves football and is a
                                Beckham-fan
                              • He lives with his girlfriend
                                Lisa, who works in a
                                kindergarten
                              • He loves to go out with
                                friends – almost every
                                weekend
                              • In five months Peter is
                                going to be a dad
                              • Mom says: “I just wish he
                                would spend a little more
                                time reading”

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Task: Using personas

•       Choose and study a persona
•       Practice to be a persona yourself
•       Look at the theme with the eyes of a persona
    -     why is your topic a must for the citizens?
    -     how can the user be involved?
    -     what would they be interested in?
    -     What do you want to ask the personas/what
          information do you need?
•       Prepare presentation for citizens / personas
•       Prepare for pitch
•       Pitch in pairs – group vs personas and vv.
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Agenda day 1
09.15 – 09.30       Welcome by the hosts
09.30 – 10.00   Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson
10.00 – 11.30   Phase 1:Introduction to the camp
11.30 – 12.00   Introduction to challenges
12.00 – 12.50   Lunch
12.50 – 13.00   in gear
13.00 – 13.30   Browse post-it
13.30 – 13.45   Playmaker
13.45 – 14.00   Introduction to Village Square
14.00 – 14.15   Playmaker preparation & Games with Jannik
14.15 – 15.15   Village Square
15.15 – 16.00   Pitch of challenges
16.00 – 17.45   Intermezzo; Hot Pot or go for a walk
17.45 – 19.15   Grounding in groups, dinner, idea development, preparation for
                               pitch
19.15 - 19.30   Pitch in pairs
19.30 – 22.00   Personas and pitch


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End of day 1
• Song
• Groups clean up their rooms
• Bus back to hotel at 22.15
• Late night snack at the hotel

• The bus leaves tomorrow from the
  hotel at 08.30

• See you tomorrow!
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Welcome and good morning




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Day 2
• How far have we come
  – challenges have been enriched through
    silent reflection, village square, and
    pitch in general assembly,
  – the selection of challenges, through vote
  – (hot pot) ;-)
  – grounding in groups, developing
   ideas, exercise pitch
  – personas - what about the users
  – pitch for personas.
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Agenda day 2
09.00 – 09.15 Morning exercise
09.15 – 10.00 Working in groups,
                       prepare your idea for
  pitch
10.00 – 10.15 Speed pitch in pairs
                   - focus on form
10.15 – 13.00 Develop idea and prepare
                       final presentation for
                                everyone
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Template




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Challenge:



Group members + picture:
Visions?
What do we want to create (use
both the group’s ambition, the
citizen’s and the library’s
ambitions)?                      Why?
• Describe the idea
What do we think are the most
   important angles/themes in the
             challenge?
     (supplementary keywords)
(max 3 angles?)
Choose the most important
            angle
• Describe the single one (1) most
  important angle!
How do we construct the
            idea?
What do you think we should           How do we do it? (what actions
create? – activities/constructions?   should we take to make it happen?)
What difference does it make?
                             What is the difference/result the
With whom do we do it? -     activities will make – to the
partners and competencies?   society and the citizens
How does the Network of Nordic Libraries
  build on the ideas from this camp?
Final Presentation!!
Max 10 minutes pr group




        Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
Group 1 - Flexibility
  Are you Flexible?

   We are seeking new
library staff members...
Group 2
• The Prosumer




             Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
Group 3 - Fabriries

    Library to go
   Connecting Families
Library to go
 Connecting Families
Library to go
Partners
Library to go
Connecting Families
Group 4
• Where is the library




               Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
Group 5 - RECLAIMING THE
             FUTURE




Anne Mulvad, Antti Sauli, Siri Brødholt, Annmagret
Görebrant, Sigurður Vigfússon, Hólmkell
Hreinsson, Ingibjörg Ösp, Susanne Tengberg, Mari
Gudim Torp
The most important themes in the
             challenge
- The userdriven library,
  where you can define your needs
 The public can influence and define the form and the content of their
 library. The staff need to be openminded, bring in the users, and
 shape the library for the future, both physical and digital.


- Partnerships, new ways of cooperating
 Using new connections to bring the non-users into the library. Use
 experts and partners not traditionally known to the library, and create
 new services. Also let the library be an arena for others.

- Connecting people, on their terms
You may say that I'm a dreamer

     But I'm not the only one

when all the people come together

then the library will keep living on
Group 6
• Bridging the physical and the virtual




               Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
Agenda day 2
09.00   –   09.15Morning exercise
09.15   –   10.00Working in groups, prepare for pitch
10.00   –   10.15Speed pitch in pairs - focus on form
10.15   –   13.00Prepare final presentation
                               (including lunch)
13.00   –   14.30Final presentation
14.30   –   15.00Evaluation
15.00            Thank you
15.00   –   16.00Refreshments at the library in Gerduberg
16.15                    Busses to hotel
19.00   -                Party at Idno




                          Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
• Pictures from Flickr while you reflect
  on the camp




               Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
Evaluation sheet
Interview in pairs:

• What were the 3 best things about the proces?

• What 3 things would you change?

• What 3 new things would you suggest for the
  next camp?



                  Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
Agenda day 2
09.00   –   09.15Morning exercise
09.15   –   10.00Working in groups, prepare for pitch
10.00   –   10.15Speed pitch in pairs - focus on form
10.15   –   13.00Prepare final presentation
                               (including lunch)
13.00   –   14.30Final presentation
14.30   –   15.00Evaluation
15.00   –   16.00Refreshments at the library in Gerduberg
16.15                    Busses to hotel
19.00   -                Party at Idno




                          Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
The End!




Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010

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Icecamp2010

  • 1. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 2. Agenda day 1 – Phase 1 09.15 – 09.30 Welcome by Ánna and project inf by Lotte 09.30 – 10.00 Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson 10.00 – 11.25 Introduction to the camp Break 5 min. 11.30 – 12.00 Introduction to challenges 12.00 – 12.50 Lunch Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 3. Nordisk Biblioteksnetværk Network of Nordic Public Libraries Lotte Duwe Nielsen, ldn@aarhus.dk Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 4. • Thank you Iceland for hosting this first camp • Especially thanks to Gurra, Anna, Holmkell & Hrafn for hospitality and patience – and for meeting all our wishes for location, facilities and organisation • This is going to be an amazing camp, thanks to your support & creativity Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 5. The Framework • Ice camp - part of the project: Network of Nordic Public Libraries • Goals and demands, according to the project (what do we have to do?) Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 6. Network of Nordic Public Libraries 2009 - 2011 • The members are: • Borgarbókasafn Reykjavíkur, Iceland • Bókasafn Kópavogs, Iceland • Amtsbókasafnid á Akureyri, Iceland • Deichmanske Bibliotek, Oslo • Helsingfors Stadsbibliotek, Finland • Stockholm Stadsbibliotek, Sweden • Aarhus Public Libraries, Denmark (project management) Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 7. Goals 7 libraries in 5 countries will co- create innovative ideas for common Nordic concepts for public libraries Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 8. 3 focal points for main activities: I) STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVE ON LIBRARY INNOVATION • The network is initiated by the strategic management fora of the network partners • The starting point is a common Nordic strategic perspective which can develop creative contributions to library innovation in the Nordic countries Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 9. 3 focal points for main activities: II) BUILDING IDEAS, COMPETENCES AND NETWORK • Ideas and competences (knowledge, skills and attitudes) will be developed by involving library staff from the 5 project partners • The creative camps will be the basis of new relations between library staff and hopefully co-operation in future networks and Nordic projects Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 10. Camps – exchanging knowledge and ideas by creating new ideas Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 11. Camps • 3 creative learning camps will involve (at least) 50 library staff members across the Nordic libraries: • 2010: Iceland • 2011: Stockholm • 2012: Oslo Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 12. Study Tours • Visits to significant libraries or cultural institutions linked to the three camps • Purpose: to ensure common frame of reference, inspiration and updated knowledge about library and cultural development in the Northern countries Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 13. 3 focal points for main activities: III) DISSEMINATION • One article per year in a library magazine in each country: 15 articles in total • Conference papers for IFLA : 2010 in Göteborg 2012 in Helsinki Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 14. 3 focal points for main activities: III) DISSEMINATION cntd.: www.nordiccamps.ning.com • The methods, ideas and strategies + discussions about library innovation will be published online. • Other Nordic libraries and interested people – also internationally - are invited to participate in discussions on the web Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 15. Budget and Funding: Total Budget: 507.598 EUR Project partners: 357.608 EUR Kulturkontakt Nord / Nordic Culture Point 149.999 EUR Application: https://nordiccamps.ning.com/page/nice-to-know Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 16. So - let’s get started! Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 17. Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson Free your mind Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 18. Phase 1: The Creative Platform Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 19. We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. Albert Einstein Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 20. About the camp – the framework Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 21. If, at some point you have questions about the process • Write it down on a post-it and place it on the question wall • We answer them all before we go home Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 22. Take breaks on your own • If you need to go to the toilet, smoke etc. • If you cannot understand what is happening "right now”, it's ok, but don't interrupt the proces • If you are tired or for some reason need a break • Take a break on your own. Don’t take other people away from the process Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 23. Introduction to facilitators and camp leader • Doddi Jonsson & Pirjo Lipasti • Reinert Mithassel & Lotte Duwe Nielsen • Sigrún Guðnadóttir & Marie Østergaard • Kristín Viðarasdóttir & Sidsel Bech-Petersen • Britta Palm & Louise Overgaard • Úlfhildur Dagsdóttir & Lisbeth Overgaard • Jannik Mulvad Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 24. We need to be able to concentrate Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 25. Let’s get started Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 26. Structure of The Creative Platform • four principles • one method: 3D cases that implements the principles Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 27. Principle 1: No judgement • The Creative Platform creates a confident and secure environment by applying the rule of NO JUDGEMENT: – Between participants – Of Ideas / output – Of process Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 28. Principle 1. No judgement (cntd.) - ideas are just ideas • Ideas should not be judged • The purpose of an idea is to get another idea • Follow the energy of an idea – not the logic of it • help others give birth to ideas Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 29. Principle 1: No judgement (cntd.) - barriers that may stand in the way of using all your knowledge We all know the feeling of: • Fear of making mistakes • Fear that it will not work • Fear of making wrong decisions • Fear of looking really stupid • Fear of losing control • All this leads us to choose the safe "NO“ or the dismissive "YES but" Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 30. Principle 1. No judgement (cntd.) - accept and use your mistakes • Accept and work with your mistakes • You are supposed to make mistakes • Mistakes leads us to new ideas Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 31. Let’s rehearse Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 32. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 33. Principle 2: Parallel Thinking • The Creative Platform promotes concentration by using parallel thinking: – All participants – in total and in groups - take every step of the process at the same time – Everyone talks about the same at the same time – Result: When we have finished a task, it's over and done with Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 34. Principle 3: Task focus • The Creative Platform creates motivation by introducing Task Focus: – Never focus on participants – it is not personal – Focus must be only on the task – One task one deadline! Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 35. Principle 4: Horizontal Thinking • The Creative Platform creates wide usage of knowledge by introducing Horizontal Thinking: – Helps participants to break free of their patterns – Focus on usage of knowledge across disciplines Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 36. Principle 4: Horizontal thinking (cntd.) - your brain as a Library Food/vine/beer Children Job/networ king House renovation Music/Party Watches Family Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 37. Principle 4: Horizontal thinking (cntd.) - knowledge concept • The classical (vertical) knowledge concept – Limits use of knowledge to only one “shelve” • The horizontal knowledge concept – uses knowledge from all “shelves” Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 38. Let’s rehearse Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 39. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 40. One Method: 3D cases • 3D cases are exercises that use both body, language and attitude to – Maintain a creative presence – Release energy and free space for uninhibited use of knowledge Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 41. 3D cases - the Body • The body contains our knowledge and by moving our body knowledge is set free • Using your body makes you experience things in a different way • Using your body makes you communicate differently • An energetic body focuses concentration and energy Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 42. 3D cases - Language and Attitude • Through language you maintain traditional mental patterns – BUT you can also use language to change them • Never say NO ... • Never say YES BUT ... • Always say, YES AND ... • Accept the offers you get, in terms of ideas - and use them • Changing the attitude provides energy and motivation Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 43. Let’s rehearse Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 44. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 45. Summary of the layers of The Creative Platform • 4 Principles 1. No judgement 2. Parallel thinking 3. Focus on task – one task one deadline 4. Horizontal thinking • 1 method: 3D cases that implements the principles Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 46. • We have many ideas • It's just a matter of seeing and accepting them • We need to train it  Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 47. More exercises Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 48. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 49. Agenda day 1 – Phase 1 09.15 – 09.30 Welcome by the hosts 09.30 – 10.00 Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson 10.00 – 11.25 Introduction to the camp Break – 5 min. 11.30 – 12.00 Introduction to challenges 12.00 – 12.50 Lunch Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 50. Strategy group introduces the challenges Holmkell Hreinsson Knud Schultz Kari Lämsä Knut Skansen Åke Nygren Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 51. The Task: • Silent reflection • One challenge at a time • 1 min pr challenge • Write ideas/thoughts – one idea pr post-it Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 52. Challenges Kari Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 53. 1. Fabriries Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 54. Family Mistä  leikkipuistot, vauvauinnit, kahvilat, asukaspuistot, huvipuistot, eläintarhat ja erilaiset verkkopalvelut perheille. Keskustakirjastossa tarjotaan luontevia tapaamispaikkoja perheille suunnittelemalla tilat niin, että muiden perheiden kohtaaminen oli luontevaa ja helppoa. Lisäksi luodaan puitteet koko perheen yhdessä tekemiselle ja elämyksille niin, että sekä lapset että aikuiset pääsevät osallistumaan. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 55. 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? Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010 Åke
  • 56. 2. Prosumer Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 57. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 58. 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 in relation to customer produced digital content? • Producing, sharing, r emixing? Kari Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 59. 3. Visualize and seduce Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 60. Poetry jukebox Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 61. 3. Visualize and seduce • It’s about visualization, packaging and marketing • How do we unwrap and visualize the content hidden in libraries? • Beyond text? • Context? Knud Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 62. 4. Loved to death? Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 63. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 64. 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 Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 65. 5. Business model Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 66. Childrens department Oslo Central Library 1908 Mrs Bure is in control Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 67. 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 Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 68. 6. Reclaiming the future. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 69. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 70. 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 Knud Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 71. 7. Flexibility Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 72. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 73. 7. Flexibility • How do we build flexibility into libraries? • Physical/digital space • Mindset • Staff / Organization / Citizens Kari Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 74. 8. Bridging the physical and the virtual Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 75. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 76. 8. Bridging the physical and the virtual • How do we merge the digital with 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 Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 77. 9. Clustering Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 78. Medborgercenter Satellit- Community Center- den engelske model centre LOKALARKIV NATURGUIDE UDSTILLINGER UDLÅN LÆRINGS-CENTER OG REFERENCE UNGE KULTURELLE AKTIVITETER BØRN/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 Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 79. 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/temporary) Holmkell Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 80. 10. Pride Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 81. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 82. 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 Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 83. 11. Where is the library? Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 84. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 85. 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? Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 86. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 87. Lunch Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 88. Agenda day 1 – Phase 2 09.15 – 09.30 Welcome by the hosts 09.30 – 10.00 Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson 10.00 – 11.30 Phase 1:Introduction to the camp 11.30 – 12.00 Introduction to challenges 12.00 – 12.50 Lunch 12.50 – 13.00 Get in gear 13.00 – 13.30 Browse post-it 13.30 – 13.45 Challenge-keeper 13.45 – 14.00 Introduction to Village Square 14.00 – 14.15 Challenge-keeper preparation & Games with Jannik 14.15 – 15.15 Village Square 15.15 – 16.00 Pitch of challenges Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 89. Let’s get back in gear Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
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  • 91. Village Square Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 92. The law of the Two Feet: – You are free to move to where you feel your energy lies – Take responsibility for your own contributions leave the challenge if/when you don't have any more to say BUT - when the horn sounds you HAVE to move on Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 93. Remember - use language to change mental patterns Never say NO ... Never say YES BUT ... Always say, YES AND ... Accept the offers you get, in terms of ideas - and use them Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 94. Task: browse challenges & select Selecting a challenge makes you a challenge-keeper Challenge-keepers are responsible for the challenge during the Village Square Challenge-keepers stay with their challenge through the whole Village Square Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 95. Preparation for Village Square • Facilitators leave with challenge- keepers and prepare • Participants stay in the large room and practice task with Jannik Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 96. Village Square Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 97. Pitch & Voting •2 min pitch from each challenge-holders •Which challenges should we continue to work on at the camp? •3 votes pr person – decide during the pitches Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 98. Pitch Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 99. Now Vote! -5 min. for placing your votes -3 votes pr person Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 100. Agenda day 1 – Phase 2 09.15 – 09.30 Welcome by the hosts 09.30 – 10.00 Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson 10.00 – 11.30 Phase 1:Introduction to the camp 11.30 – 12.00 Introduction to challenges 12.00 – 12.50 Lunch 12.50 – 13.00 in gear 13.00 – 13.30 Browse post-it 13.30 – 13.45 Playmaker 13.45 – 14.00 Introduction to Village Square 14.00 – 14.15 Playmaker preparation & Games with Jannik 14.15 – 15.15 Village Square 15.15 – 16.00 Pitch of challenges 16.00 – 17.45 Intermezzo; Hot Pot or go for a walk Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 101. Intermezzo Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 102. Agenda day 1 – Phase 3 09.15 – 09.30 Welcome by the hosts 09.30 – 10.00 Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson 10.00 – 11.30 Phase 1:Introduction to the camp 11.30 – 12.00 Introduction to challenges 12.00 – 12.50 Lunch 12.50 – 13.00 in gear 13.00 – 13.30 Browse post-it 13.30 – 13.45 Playmaker 13.45 – 14.00 Introduction to Village Square 14.00 – 14.15 Playmaker preparation & Games with Jannik 14.15 – 15.15 Village Square 15.15 – 16.00 Pitch of challenges 16.00 – 17.45 Intermezzo; Hot Pot or go for a walk 17.45 – 19.30 Phase 3: Grounding in groups, dinner, preparation, pitch Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 103. Chosen challenges Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 104. Phase 3 - grounding • Thanks to challenge-keepers and strategy group! You are now released NOW IN GROUPS • Meet your facilitators • Take possession of the room • Get to know eachother • Form ground rules • Get familiar with your challenge • Brainstorm and develop • Eat • Prepare a pitch – How does this group see this challenge. Key angels, focus areas • Be finished and back here 19.30 Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 105. Ning Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
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  • 107. Agenda day 1 – Phase 4 16.00 – 17.45 Intermezzo; Hot Pot or go for a walk 17.45 – 19.15 Grounding in groups, dinner, idea development, preparation for pitch 19.15 - 19.30 Pitch in pairs 19.30 – 19.45 Phase 4: Personas, what about the users? Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 108. Phase 4: What about the users? • User involvement • Shape your idea with a user- perspective • What do the users get out of it? • How will the user see it? • Get feed-back from the users • Method: real people / personas Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 109. Personas: • are fictional but realistic characters, representing different groups of citizens • provide you with a broader picture of needs and wants of a diverse group of citizens • personas sharpen focus on user groups' needs and wants while developing your ideas Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 110. Personas – Peter 25 years • Peter is 25 and works as a carpenter • He loves football and is a Beckham-fan • He lives with his girlfriend Lisa, who works in a kindergarten • He loves to go out with friends – almost every weekend • In five months Peter is going to be a dad • Mom says: “I just wish he would spend a little more time reading” Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 111. Task: Using personas • Choose and study a persona • Practice to be a persona yourself • Look at the theme with the eyes of a persona - why is your topic a must for the citizens? - how can the user be involved? - what would they be interested in? - What do you want to ask the personas/what information do you need? • Prepare presentation for citizens / personas • Prepare for pitch • Pitch in pairs – group vs personas and vv. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 112. Agenda day 1 09.15 – 09.30 Welcome by the hosts 09.30 – 10.00 Þorvaldur Þorsteinsson 10.00 – 11.30 Phase 1:Introduction to the camp 11.30 – 12.00 Introduction to challenges 12.00 – 12.50 Lunch 12.50 – 13.00 in gear 13.00 – 13.30 Browse post-it 13.30 – 13.45 Playmaker 13.45 – 14.00 Introduction to Village Square 14.00 – 14.15 Playmaker preparation & Games with Jannik 14.15 – 15.15 Village Square 15.15 – 16.00 Pitch of challenges 16.00 – 17.45 Intermezzo; Hot Pot or go for a walk 17.45 – 19.15 Grounding in groups, dinner, idea development, preparation for pitch 19.15 - 19.30 Pitch in pairs 19.30 – 22.00 Personas and pitch Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 113. End of day 1 • Song • Groups clean up their rooms • Bus back to hotel at 22.15 • Late night snack at the hotel • The bus leaves tomorrow from the hotel at 08.30 • See you tomorrow! Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 114. Welcome and good morning Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 115. Day 2 • How far have we come – challenges have been enriched through silent reflection, village square, and pitch in general assembly, – the selection of challenges, through vote – (hot pot) ;-) – grounding in groups, developing ideas, exercise pitch – personas - what about the users – pitch for personas. Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 116. Agenda day 2 09.00 – 09.15 Morning exercise 09.15 – 10.00 Working in groups, prepare your idea for pitch 10.00 – 10.15 Speed pitch in pairs - focus on form 10.15 – 13.00 Develop idea and prepare final presentation for everyone (lunch while you work) Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 117. Template Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 119. Visions? What do we want to create (use both the group’s ambition, the citizen’s and the library’s ambitions)? Why? • Describe the idea
  • 120. What do we think are the most important angles/themes in the challenge? (supplementary keywords) (max 3 angles?)
  • 121. Choose the most important angle • Describe the single one (1) most important angle!
  • 122. How do we construct the idea? What do you think we should How do we do it? (what actions create? – activities/constructions? should we take to make it happen?)
  • 123. What difference does it make? What is the difference/result the With whom do we do it? - activities will make – to the partners and competencies? society and the citizens
  • 124. How does the Network of Nordic Libraries build on the ideas from this camp?
  • 125. Final Presentation!! Max 10 minutes pr group Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 126. Group 1 - Flexibility Are you Flexible? We are seeking new library staff members...
  • 127. Group 2 • The Prosumer Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 128. Group 3 - Fabriries Library to go Connecting Families
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  • 132. Library to go Connecting Families
  • 136. Group 4 • Where is the library Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 137. Group 5 - RECLAIMING THE FUTURE Anne Mulvad, Antti Sauli, Siri Brødholt, Annmagret Görebrant, Sigurður Vigfússon, Hólmkell Hreinsson, Ingibjörg Ösp, Susanne Tengberg, Mari Gudim Torp
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  • 139. The most important themes in the challenge - The userdriven library, where you can define your needs The public can influence and define the form and the content of their library. The staff need to be openminded, bring in the users, and shape the library for the future, both physical and digital. - Partnerships, new ways of cooperating Using new connections to bring the non-users into the library. Use experts and partners not traditionally known to the library, and create new services. Also let the library be an arena for others. - Connecting people, on their terms
  • 140. You may say that I'm a dreamer But I'm not the only one when all the people come together then the library will keep living on
  • 141. Group 6 • Bridging the physical and the virtual Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 142. Agenda day 2 09.00 – 09.15Morning exercise 09.15 – 10.00Working in groups, prepare for pitch 10.00 – 10.15Speed pitch in pairs - focus on form 10.15 – 13.00Prepare final presentation (including lunch) 13.00 – 14.30Final presentation 14.30 – 15.00Evaluation 15.00 Thank you 15.00 – 16.00Refreshments at the library in Gerduberg 16.15 Busses to hotel 19.00 - Party at Idno Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 143. • Pictures from Flickr while you reflect on the camp Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 144. Evaluation sheet Interview in pairs: • What were the 3 best things about the proces? • What 3 things would you change? • What 3 new things would you suggest for the next camp? Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 145. Agenda day 2 09.00 – 09.15Morning exercise 09.15 – 10.00Working in groups, prepare for pitch 10.00 – 10.15Speed pitch in pairs - focus on form 10.15 – 13.00Prepare final presentation (including lunch) 13.00 – 14.30Final presentation 14.30 – 15.00Evaluation 15.00 – 16.00Refreshments at the library in Gerduberg 16.15 Busses to hotel 19.00 - Party at Idno Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
  • 146. The End! Next Library - Nordic Camps - Ice Camp 2010
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