In the Education Channel category you will find interviews and lectures produced from different seminars. These educational programs are suitable for library professionals, teachers, media educators and also for the use of schools in the library field.

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 […]

These library directors discuss the new library law in the Netherlands and the cohen report about the Library of the future. This and much more in this week’s episode of […]

Adviser Ülle Talihärm from Estonian Ministry of Culture tells about the public library legislation reform. The presentation was held in Helsinki on the 12th of November in 2014. Read more: […]

Digital Amnesia: how safe is your library collection and library business models. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! This video […]

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 […]

Live-stream recording from the “LIBRARY. I LOVE IT!” -seminar, 27th August 2014 in Iisalmi, Finland. A panel discussion featuring participants from all seven libraries of the Rutakko Network. The project […]

Live-stream recording from the “LIBRARY. I LOVE IT!” -seminar, 27th August 2014 in Iisalmi, Finland. Eeva Hiltunen, AVI Eastern Finland, and Taina Pirhonen, AVI Southern Finland, tell about “regional state […]

Live-stream recording from the “LIBRARY. I LOVE IT!” -seminar, 27th August 2014 in Iisalmi, Finland. Aino Ketonen, Information Specialist and Project Leader at the Consortium of Public Libraries, tells about […]

Live-stream recording from the “LIBRARY. I LOVE IT!” -seminar, 27th August 2014 in Iisalmi, Finland. Jarmo Saarti, Library Director of University of Eastern Finland Library, tells about the Networked Libraries. […]

Leadership and mentoring in libraries, working with micro grants and the importance of strategy planning. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library […]

Getting back to learning. Learning from non-users through marketing research. The importance of building culture and attitude vs. qualifications. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your […]

Makerspaces and what are they about? Librarians as cheerleaders and how to stay connected to the users of your library. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: […]

Involving communities, taking care of your users and Library strategies & cultural entrepreneurship in tough times. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of […]

IFLA president’s meeting ordnades den 22 -24.5. i Helsingfors. Temat för seminariet var ”Strong Libraries, Strong Societies: Impact of Libraries on Society”. Under seminariet diskuterades bibliotekens påverkan på samhället och […]

The meeting was held on 22-24 May in Helsinki, Finland and entitled ”Strong Libraries, Strong Societies: Impact of Libraries on Society”. It corresponded to current IFLA President Sinikka Sipilä’s Presidential […]

Livestream recording from Crwdpuisto, Finland’s first mass fundraising event. Recording of “The Year Changed Through Crowdsourcing”, participants: professor Mikko Koria of Aalto University, Oliver Gajda of ECN, Mika Jordman of […]

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 […]

Blue Ocean strategies for libraries, virtual reference, hearing yourself think through blogging and helping researchers to get eyeballs on their materials. This and much more in this week’s episode of […]

No Business as usual with libraries, taking control of your destiny by a better understanding of the future and just in case vs. just in time scenarios. This and much more […]

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 […]

Letting go. We will be back with new episodes of This Week in Libraries starting april 4th 2014. This video has been imported automatically to Library Channel (Kirjastokaista) from This Week In […]

5% of the total population needs a form of adaptive reading. Involving the creative industry in service development and getting out of your comfort zone. This and much more in this […]

Allowing the past to be a playground, curatorial voices, changing the way we think about time and Information dessimination in the trenches. This and much more in this week’s episode […]

The story of the Library of Parliament is a part of the history of Finnish society. The library being open to everyone since 1913 is a good example of Finnish […]

Delpher, organisational boundaries, the quality of OCR and Big Data and stepping over your own shadow. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of […]

Paper is dead, move on! Translating your “Why” to the modern age, Creativity and Culture and how to compete with free. This and much more in this week’s episode of […]

Getting more return on your collections, taking the temperature of libraries in Europe, Big Data and Personal Collections and high quality access to research. This and much more in this […]

Jonna Holmgaard Larsen, the Chief consultant of The Danish Agency for Culture tells about the new Danish model program for Public Libraries. The program will be launched in September 2013. […]

Jennefer Nicholson, IFLA Secretary General, tells the latest news from IFLA’s Trend Report. Read more: The Nordic-Baltic Library Meeting 2013 The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) Filming: […]

Doloresa Veilande, the Library Director of Riga Central Library in Latvia tells about the lending point of Riga Central Library at the day centre for homeless and poor inhabitants of […]