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Listen in your favourite player Why is having a global network important for libraries? What are the benefits one would get from being part of a network? And just how exactly [...]

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Aars Library, a small local library in Vesthimmerland Municipality in Denmark, worked intensively with the Model Programme's principles and tools in 2015 to develop an interior design concept on a small budget and based on flexibility and anti-institutionalisation. With just 644 m2 (6,932ft2) spread across one large room, a limited budget and a principle [...]

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Do partnerships help produce a better desired outcome? Can public libraries gain from integrating with museums and members of the museology field? There are factors for both advocating and resisting long lasting partnerships or integrations between these two organizations. However, the core of both fields represents significant pillars in society’s public programming, engagement and [...]

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Aars Library, a small local library in Vesthimmerland Municipality in Denmark, worked intensively with the Model Programme's principles and tools in 2015 to develop an interior design concept on a small budget and based on flexibility and anti-institutionalisation. With just 644 m2 (6,932ft2) spread across one large room, a limited budget and a principle [...]

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Do partnerships help produce a better desired outcome? Can public libraries gain from integrating with museums and members of the museology field? There are factors for both advocating and resisting long lasting partnerships or integrations between these two organizations. However, the core of both fields represents significant pillars in society’s public programming, engagement and [...]

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Listen in your favourite player Why is having a global network important for libraries? What are the benefits one would get from being part of a network? And just how exactly [...]

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Becoming an entrepreneur is a dream situation for many that associates freedom with control of their career. Being able to create, build and control one’s career is alluring but requires hard work, time and resources. As discussed in previous posts, libraries can be a great resource for local business and entrepreneurs are one community segment that [...]

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Phone overuse. Social media addicts. Digital generation. These are a few of the many stereotypes associated with being a Millennial. But perhaps they are just the most misunderstood generational group? One of the things unnoticed about them is their voracious reading habits. It's easy to think negatively when you see them engrossed by their [...]

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What can public libraries offer to students? As was mentioned in a previous blog post; 13 community segments that public libraries are targeting to visit their local library; students came in at number 12 on the list. Of course, many students have access to academic libraries, which is a great resource as well but there [...]

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Emily Plagman is Manager of Impact & Advocacy for the Public Library Association, implementing the organization’s goals of supporting the field’s ability to collect, analyze and advocate using data, expanding its own internal data collection efforts, and developing of new data-based projects for the field. More specifically, she manages PLA’s performance measurement initiative, Project Outcome, funded [...]

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