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Online miniconference Library 2.016: Library as Classroom

“In A New Culture of Learning, authors Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown write, “Where imaginations play, learning happens.” This could and should define our services for now and in the future. The library as creative classroom means we approach the learning opportunities we create with thought, user-directed planning, and insights from research. This classroom may include physical spaces for instruction and discovery as well as online, multiscale platforms aimed at social learning and participation.”

.. steht auf der Seite des Dienstleisters Eventbride zu lesen, bei dem man sich für diese Online-Konferenz kostenlos anmelden kann, die am Mittwoch, 15. Juni zwischen 21.00 und 24.00 h stattfinden wird. Unter dem Veranstalter “The Learning Revolution Project” kann man sich nicht sonderlich viel vorstellen, aber eine Seite auf Library 2.0 dann nennt ein paar Namen, u.a. jenen von Michael Stephens, Michael Casey und Jessamyn West, bekannte Namen also, da kann man sicher sein, dass es gut wird.

library 2.011 : the future of libraries in the digital age

Kostenlose Online-Konferenz, mit Michael Stephens, Ellen Tise, Stephen Abram u.a.

We are pleased to welcome you to the Library 2.011 World-wide Virtual Conference, November 2 – 4, 2011. The conference is being held online, in multiple time zones over the course of two days, is be free to attend, and will all be recorded!

The Library 2.011 conference is a unique chance to participate in a global conversation on the current and future state of libraries. Subject strands include the changing roles of libraries and librarians, the increasing impact of digital media and the e-book revolution, open educational resources, digital literacy, shifts from information consumption to production (Web 2.0), multimedia and gaming spaces, libraries as community centers, the growth of individualized and self-paced learning, the library as the center of new learning models, understanding users in the digital age, assessing service delivery, and defining leadership and information professional careers in a networked and changing world.