In the Education Channel -category you will find interviews and lectures produced for updating training material. These education programs are suitable for library professionals, teachers, media educators and also for the use of schools of the library field.

Going from sssst to pssstt in libraries, the extinction timeline, scenario planning and the library as a place to find yourself. This and much more in this week’s episode of […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE – Reshaping lives and libraries” in Helsinki, Finland. This live streaming video includes a Pecha Kucha presentation by Toke Frello, Facilitator and designer […]

Surfacing undiscovered library content. The importance of user testing in building new platforms. And the difficult task of aggregating a wide range of library content across Europe. This and much […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE 2017 – People and Spaces” in Helsinki, Finland on September 21.-22. 2017. This live streaming video includes a presentation by Cristina Andersson, Author […]

Finnish Society on Media Education and Mannerheim League of Child Welfare organized a meeting for experts on 10.-11.2.2011 in Helsinki. Annikka Suoninen, a researcher from the university of Jyväskylä, gave […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE – Reshaping lives and libraries” in Helsinki, Finland. This live streaming video includes a Pecha Kucha presentation by Rauha Maarno, Executive Director, Finnish […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE – Reshaping lives and libraries” in Helsinki, Finland. This live streaming video includes a Pecha Kucha presentation by Merete Lie, Head of Deichman’s […]

Livestream recording from Crwdpuisto, Finland’s first mass fundraising event. The recording contains “The crowdfunding industry rising in the world” by Oliver Gajdan of European Crowdfunding Network. Crwdpuisto was organized on […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE 2017 – People and Spaces” in Helsinki, Finland on September 21-22, 2017. This live streaming video includes a speech by Dzidra Smita: “Special […]

The Library Box Project, predicting the library future and hosting an online library talkshow. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! […]

Live-stream recording from a conference “Vaikuta tai kuole” in Helsinki, Finland on September 25, 2017. This live streaming video includes a speech by keynote speaker, Senior Specialist Kai Välbe from […]

Deconstructing the conference model, worries about the future of innovation in libraries and investing social energy. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE – Reshaping lives and libraries” in Helsinki, Finland. This live streaming video includes a Pecha Kucha presentation by Andreas Ingefjord, Department Head, Malmö […]

Great advice for introvert librarians, understanding library politics and the library as a symbol for the quality of life. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your […]

Idea Camp Kista ? was a Nordic library unconference arranged by Kista Idea Lab. The camp took place in the Digital Art Center in Kista, a suburb to Stockholm in […]

Deborah Jacobs is the Director of the Global Libraries program which is a special initiative of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Here she describes the work and aims of […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day “Koha seminar” in Joensuu, Finland on May 21-22, 2015. This live streaming video includes a presentation “Koha, Story and History” by Keynote speaker Paul Poulain. […]

Has this ever happened to you? Library staff have an idea that they believe will really be helpful to the public, ‘if only we marketed it’ and ‘if only we […]

Introducing one of the five different tracks at this year’s IFLA World Library and Information Congress in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Ngian Lek Choh opens up the track of users […]

Finnish libraries will be introducing themselves at the conference – not just in the lecture halls in IFLA conference 2012 in Helsinki. The route from the convention centre entrance to […]

The story behind TWIL. The most interesting libraries around the world. Fanmail and the potential of podcasting. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day ”Koha seminar” in Joensuu, Finland on May 21-22, 2015. This live streaming video includes a presentation ”Koha in Finland” by Ari Mäkiranta, the Library Director […]

William G. Brozo, the Professor of Literacy of Graduate School of Education in George Mason University, talks about the issue of boys’ reading achievement. This interview is based on his […]

Being Dutch – Being a Library. The Holy Trinity of the OBA and the biggest misunderstanding about libraries. This and much more in this final episode of TWIL: your weekly dose […]

Henning Mankell visited Gothenburg’s University Library during IFLA conference. In this interwiev he speaks about illiteracy. Read more: Henning Mankell web page Interviewer: Kirsi Luukkanen Filming and editing: Tuomas Lipponen […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day ”Koha seminar” in Joensuu, Finland on May 21-22, 2015. This live streaming video includes a presentation ”Experiences of Koha in Lyon” by Sonia Bouis, a […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE 2017 – People and Spaces” in Helsinki, Finland on September 21.-22. 2017. This live streaming video includes a presentation by Marie Østergård, Library […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day ”Koha seminar” in Joensuu, Finland on May 21-22, 2015. This live streaming video includes a presentation ”Creating Better Library Services” by Arve Søreide, the Program […]

Live-stream recording from two-day conference “Designing today, Destination tomorrow – Libraries equipped to serve and innovate” in Helsinki, Finland on March 19-20, 2015. This live streaming video includes a presentation […]

Rolf Hapel, director of citizens’ services and libraries in Aarhus, tells about Danish Digital Library powered by TING, about Open Source and joined efforts in public libraries. The vision of […]