German-Dutch Dialog on the Future of Libraries
Follow up the recent successful webinar series which started end of 2020 and will continue in 2021 in cooperation of BID and FOBID (Netherlands library association). Every month, a different topic will be discussed by two specialists from the Netherlands and Germany.
- November 16, 2020: Why do libraries need buildings?
230 participants, presentations: Theo Kemperman und Olaf Eigenbrodt
- December 14, 2020: UX-design and organisation at university libraries
204 participants, presentation Nicole Clasen , Q&A Chat
- January 18, 2021: Sustainability and libraries – agenda 2030
354 participants, presentations: Ton van Vlimmeren and Jacqueline Breidlid, Q&A Chat
- February 15, 2021: Artificial intelligence and libraries
359 participants, presentations: Andreas Degkwitz, Jan Willem van Wessel, Erik Boekenstijn, Q&A Chat
- March 15, 2021: Library staff: identifying, qualifying, employing and training
341 participants, presentations: Matthijs van Ottegem, Anke Engelkenmeier, Q&A Chat
- April 12, 2021: Central services for public libraries
163 participants, presentations: Sander van Kempen, Oke Simons, Q&A Chat
- May 17, 2021: Agile working in libraries
- June 14, 2021: Libraries and Citizen Science
- July 12, 2021: Digital strategies in libraries, including the role libraries play in education to support distant education
The online seminars are free of charge and in English; registration is required. No recordings.
Current Partner Country 2019-22: The Netherlands
BID Partner Country Initiatives #Bib2Partnerland
Every three years, BID chooses a partner country with the aim of strengthening relations between the professional community in the partner country and the German library community. Every Partner Country round starts with the German Library Congresses, organized by BID. One special foreign library scene is represented as "guest of honour" or partner country.
Denmark was the first partner country in 2007, followed by Spain in 2010, Turkey in 2013, the USA in 2016 and the Netherlands in 2019. From up to 2022 it will the Czech Republic.
The aim of the program is to offer both existing cooperations and new bilateral initiatives in form of various events during this period, which focus on professional exchange. A commitee of German and Dutch colleagues is already working on these objectives.
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