Volunteer supported innovative services under the Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria Program

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Volunteer supported innovative services under the Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria Program

  1. 1. VOLUNTEER SUPPORTED INNOVATIVE SERVICES UNDER THE GLOB@L LIBRARIES – BULGARIA PROGRAM KRASIMIRA KANEVA Lovech, 15 - 16 May 2012
  2. 2. Target Libraries with Volunteer Participation Lovech District For the countryTotal number of target libraries – 35Libraries with volunteers – 30 49%Libraries without volunteers – 5 51%  Krushuna, Letnitsa Municipality  Borima, Troyan Municipality  Ugarchin Libraries without volunteers  Brestnitsa, Yablanitsa Municipality  Yablanitsa Libraries with volunteers
  3. 3. Volunteering in Target Libraries in the Period July 2011 – March 2012 Number of volunteers Hours worked 512 7890 7641 64138In the country Lovech district In the country Lovech district
  4. 4. Average Volunteer Work per Library by Municipality in Lovech District Number of volunteers Hours worked45 100040 90035 80030 700 60025 50020 400 15 30010 200 5 100 0 0 Troyan Ugarchin Apriltsi Lovech Teteven Letnitsa Lukovit
  5. 5. DEFINITIONS Innovative Service Good Practice Responds to library users’ new needs Applies a new approach/method in  A method or a practice the implementation of traditional contributing to the library activities achievement of high results and customizable to other Provides access to new types of similar organizations information, previously inaccessible for library users or the community Attracts new users, previously unserved by the library
  6. 6. INNOVATIVE e-SERVICESe-Government e-Education / Sciencee-Employment e-Culturee-Inclusion e-Societye-Health e-Business
  7. 7. UKRAINE, e-Employment BEREGINA PROJECTIn Katerinopol, volunteers studythe unemployment amongwomen victims of domesticviolence Partners:  Employment Office  Business Development Association  Media – radio, newspaper
  8. 8. ROMANIA, e-InclusionThe librarian in Suceavamobilizes teacher volunteers forhelping with the literacy ofchildren from the localorphanage
  9. 9. UKRAINE, e-Inclusion The book will protect you, the computer will help you, the library will comfort you! The library in the town of Nikolaev and the Dialogue NGO conduct a therapy session for people challenged in their daily livesIn Lviv, a volunteerpsychologist conductsbibliotherapy for childrenwith behavioral problems
  10. 10. BULGARIA, e-Inclusion The village of Negovanovtsi, Vidin district, implements the “Pass on and Return” service for information exchange between elderly people and young volunteers
  11. 11. BULGARIA, e-Inclusion Sofia, training under the Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria Program of hearing impaired young people. Two of them will become volunteers at Sredets Public Chitalishte in Sofia
  12. 12. BULGARIA, e-HealthIn the village of Trud, volunteersfrom the local office of theNational Alliance for Work withVolunteers and psychologistsorganized a lecture on drugs andalcohol prevention Roman, lecture on the harm of drugs, “Informed and Healthy” Campaign
  13. 13. UKRAINE, e-EducationIn Kirovgrad, Peace Corpsvolunteers maintain the blog ofthe American center and conductonline research and training
  14. 14. ROMANIA, e-EducationIn Vrancea, Peace Corpsvolunteers maintain theEnglish language version ofthe library foreign languagecenter In Botosani, a Chilean student volunteer teaches Spanish to young people
  15. 15. POLAND, e-EducationVolunteers created a virtual librarywith books from the mandatorylist for school goers and includedinteractive methods for easiermastering of the texts
  16. 16. BULGARIA, e-Education The library and the local center for work with volunteers in Plovdiv organized the “Cheerful Book” and “Old Book – New Reader” campaigns
  17. 17. UKRAINE, e-SocietyIn Lviv and other cities, the “LivingLibrary” initiative is organized with theparticipation of volunteers
  18. 18. ROMANIA, e-SocietyThe library in Tulcea provides itsservices, including free internetaccess, in a mall. Volunteersprovide information to citizens.
  19. 19. ROMANIA, e-Society In Dumbravita, Brasov county, volunteers visit their friends and acquaintances to join the EU Online Week initiativeThe libraries in Bihorcounty coordinatevolunteers’ work in thecleaning campaign
  20. 20. BULGARIA, e-SocietyIn Trastenik, library patronstook part as volunteers in the“Let’s Clean Bulgaria for aDay” campaign
  21. 21. LITHUANIA, e-BusinessThe library in the town of Pasvalisadopts a service in support offarmers, including: ICT network for farmers’smartphones; web portal for informationsharing; online promotion and sale ofagricultural products Project budget: USD 15,000
  22. 22. UKRAINE, e-BusinessIn the city of Melitopol, e-map of tourism and investment Amount: USD 1,900 Copies: 40,000
  23. 23. Разработване на нова услуга Service Identification of Service adoption identification potential partners activitiesExpected results/ Information about Resources/Budget Effect the new service

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