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The first German Movers & Shakers Award. The State of Innovation in German Libraries and communicating ideas to your community. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: […]

This week we are tech trend spotting with Joe Murphy and also talk about handling change and improving discovery. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your […]

Crowdsourcing, linked data and telling stories. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! This video was imported to Library Channel from […]

Long-term preservation has some big challenges. Luciano Ammenti has a dream to build the standards to make digital conservation for the future better. This and much more in this week’s […]

Jannik Mulvad and the team in Aarhus is building the library of the future. What are their dreams and hopes? This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: […]

Libraries as a marks of civilization, leading by example and why librarians have to take charge. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of […]

Design thinking in libraries, A one page website and tedious ebook discussions. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! This video […]

IFLA President Ingrid Parent made a brief two day visit to Finland to see the preparations surrounding the upcoming IFLA 2012 World Library and Information Congress. She also gave a […]

About 100 library specialist coming together on a saturday to discuss the future of libraries. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library […]

Livestream recording: Ingrid Parent – “Libraries as a force for change: the journey so far” Kuvaus: Tuomas Lipponen Live-stream: Jonni Tammisto Kuvauspäivä: 29.3.2012

Shared Web Services and the future of the cloud for libraries. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! This video was […]

Mr John Helling has lived in Finland for 5 months as a Fulbright Scholar studying the national public library policy of Finland. He has experience at both large urban and […]

Banned books: 24th December Santa Claus, Father Christmas, presents Donald Duck (1934) by Walt Disney. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to […]

Banned books: 23rd December Terhi Nikulainen, chief librarian (retired), presents The Interpretation of Dreams (1900) by Sigmund Freud. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom […]

Banned books: 22nd December Miguel Figueroa from ALA Office for Diversity presents The House of the Spirits (1928) by Isabel Allende The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA […]

Banned books: 21st December Joonas Nevalainen, librarian, presents On the Road (1951) by Jack Kerouac. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to […]

Banned books: 20th December Chris Crutcher, author, presents Deadline (2007) by himself. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom […]

Banned books: 19th December Jan Usher, Curator from National Library of Scotland, presents The Well of Loneliness (1928) by Radclyffe Hall. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA […]

Banned books: 18th December Sinikka Vuola, author, presents Kiss of the Spider Woman (1976) by Manuel Puig. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of […]

Banned books: 17th December Barbara Jones, Director of OIF and David Dorman, Executive Director of FTRF, presents Lady Chatterley’s Lover (1928) by D.H. Lawrence. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland […]

Banned books: 16th December Markku Lehikoinen, librarian, presents Tintin in the Land of the Soviets (1930) by Hergé The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom […]

Banned books: 15th December Lena Sundström, librarian, presents Pippi Longstocking (1945) by Astrid Lindgren. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to Information […]

Banned books: 14th December Stuart Hamilton, IFLA Director of Policy & Advocacy presents In Utero (1993) by Nirvana. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom […]

Banned books: 13rd December John Birch from National Library of Scotland presents Maus (1972-1991) by Art Splegelman. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of […]

Banned books: 12th December Olli Myyrä, librarian, presents One Hundred Years of Solitude (1967) by Gabriel Garcia Márguez. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom […]

Banned books: 11th December Jani Nieminen, author and librarian presents Lolita (1955) by Vladimir Nabokov. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to […]

Banned books: 10th December Liam McArthur, Member of Scottish Parliament, presents Animal Farm (1945) by George Orwell. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of […]

Banned books: 9th December Pirkko Ilmanen, librarian, presents The Catcher in the Rye (1951) by J. D. Salinger. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom […]

Banned books: 8th December Kai Ekholm, National Librarian, presents Howl and Other Poems (1956) by Allen Ginsberg. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of […]

Banned books: 7th December Marty Wade, National Librarian in the National Library of Scotland, presents Gain’s Book (1960) by Alexander Trocchi. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA […]