Friday 23 May 2014

New Trends in Libraries
9.00-9.30 IFLA Trend Report: the realities for libraries of the evolving Information Environment.
Jennefer Nicholson, IFLA Secretary General
9.30-10.00 Shaped by Change and Shaping Change: A Media and Information Literacy Perspective on Libraries in Knowledge Societies
Maria-Carme Torras Calvo, Library Director, Bergen University College, IFLA Governing Board, Norway
10.00-10.30 IFLA Trend Report and Library Education
IFLA Trend Report and the Library Education at Tampere University
Teemu Rauhala, Education Manager, School of Information Sciences, Tampere University, Finland
IFLA Trend Report and staff development
Rebekka Pilppula, Director, Culture and Library Services, Joensuu Regional Library, Finland
IFLA Trend Report as a tool for reflection in university library context
Kimmo Tuominen, University Librarian, Helsinki University Library, Finland
10.30-11.00 Coffee / Tea
11.00-11.30 Privacy and censorship
Kai Ekholm, Director, The National Library of Finland, Finland
11.30-12.15 Trend Report in the library policy and practice, four viewpoints:
Denmark
Tine Vind, Head of Division for Libraries, Danish Agency for Culture, Denmark
Kent Skov Andreasen, Library Director Odense municipality, IFLA Governing Board, Denmark
Estonia
Ülle Talihärm, Library Advisor, Estonian Ministry of Culture, Estonia
Lithuania
Audrone Balse, Regional Studies and Digitization Department, Klaipeda Country Public, Lithuania
Libraries, Impact and Development
12.15-12.45 The importance of culture in development [strong societies] and the important roles of libraries in that [strong libraries]
Ellen Tise, Senior Director Library and Information Service, Stellenbosch University, South Africa, Past IFLA President
12.45-13.00 Libraries: Action to Impact
Donna Scheeder, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, IFLA President-elect
13.00-14.00 Lunch
14.00-14.15 Impact of libraries on society – Namibia and Learning Libraries
Ellen Ndeshi Namhila, University Librarian, University of Namibia, IFLA Governing Board
14.15-14.30 Libraries in Asia : Impact on Society
Ngian Lek Choh, Deputy Chief Executive, Archives and Collections, National Library of Singapore
14.30-14.45 Public libraries – genuine social places
Rafał Kramza, President of the Information Society Development foundation, Director of the Library Development Program in Poland
14.45.-15.00 Libraries, Impact and Development in Latin America and the Caribbean Region
Jaime Ríos-Ortega, Dr, Manager of the IFLA Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean, Head of the Institute of Research on Library and Information Science, UNAM, Mexico
15.00-15.15 What have we learned?
Inga Lundén, City Librarian of Stockholm, Stockholm Public Library, IFLA Governing Board
15.15 Closing of the meeting
Sinikka Sipilä, IFLA President

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