Østergård, director of Aarhus discusses libraries as Democratic Infrastructure.
Recording of the session is at the end of this post Matt Finch will be the very first guest on the Librarian.Support real time session. Join us Tuesday morning March 24th at 9 am Eastern Time. https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/efd8f17225514d5f83dba12dcb50d7ae Planning for uncertainty; scenario and foresight work for libraries; how to do the anticipatory groundwork for the post-pandemic […]
Feili Tu-Keefner [Associate Professor, School of Library and Information Science, University of South Carolina] discusses her research into the role public librarians have played in times of crisis, and shares lessons learnt. Content includes: Nature of the research; Public libraries involvement in facilitating emergency response and recovery before, during and after the disasters; Successful collaboration with […]
A conversation between Marie Østergaard, Library Director Aarhus Public Libraries in Denmark and R. David Lankes, Director of the University of South Carolina’s School of Library and Information Science on the idea that the library is a movement of communities members, librarians, politicians, partners and more.