Libraries are great? Prove it! Data and evidence-based storytelling: a workshop for the Occupy Library Innovators Hub project

Cuándo

29 Enero 2021

Dónde

Online

IFLA will be represented by Kristine Paberza-Ramiresa, IFLA Member Engagement Officer

Description

Libraries are great event poster

IFLA and EIFL Public Library Innovation Program (EIFL-PLIP) will conduct a workshop titled ‘Libraries are great? Prove it! Data and evidence-based storytelling’ for the Occupy Library Innovators Hub project.

The workshop will be led by Ugne Lipeikaite, EIFL-PLIP Impact Manager, and Kristine Paberza-Ramiresa, IFLA Member Engagement Officer. They will discuss what service-related data public libraries should collect and how to use the data to tell compelling stories.

Join the webinar on 29 January 2021 at 15:00 - 16:30 EET
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The webinar will be broadcasted live on the Occupy Library Facebook page. To join as a participant, please register. Attendance is free.

The Occupy Library Innovators Hub project aims to explore and showcase innovative ideas among public libraries in the Central, Eastern European, Black Sea, Caucasus, and Caspian regions. It provides a space for sharing good practices in implementing public library services and for supporting libraries to become more involved in their communities.

It is organised by Progress Foundation (Romania) in partnership with Сentre for Cultural Management (Ukraine), Ukrainian Library Association, EduAct (Greece), Library Association of Moldova, National Library of Moldova, Ashoka România and National Library of Romania in the framework of the ‘Black Sea NGO Forum Sub-granting Scheme For Activities That Support The Development Of CSO Regional Networks’, within the project ‘Building CSO Capacity for Regional Cooperation within the Black Sea Region’, implemented by the Romanian NGDO Platform – FOND with the financial support of the European Union.

Webinar, Library and information profession, Storytelling

Última actualización: 26 Enero 2021