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.

Librarian Mia Dimblad from Culture Department of Hässleholm, Sweden, tells about her project “Warning – read on!”. Read more: The Nordic-Baltic Library Meeting 2013 Filming: Panu Somerma Editing: Tuomas Lipponen […]

A new Library Law in The Netherlands, the importance of curiosity, one national digital library, Borges and connecting the digital to the physical library. This and much more in this […]

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 […]

Birgitta Jónsdóttir is a member of the Icelandic parliament (Pirate party), poet, writer and an activist with a passion for freedom of speech and internet to name a few things. […]

Ville Oksanen (Electronic Frontier Finland) talks about Lex Snowden, a citizens’ legislative initiative that would criminalize excessive surveillance of citizens and enhance protection of whistle-blowers in Finland. Reporter: Päivikki Karhula […]

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 […]

Building self sustaining libraries in Africa, making use of fiber optic broadband. Finding a new Carnegie model and understanding new information needs. This and much more in this week’s episode […]

Live-stream recording from the Announcement Event 14th of June 2013 in Helsinki Music Centre. Winners and the other Rewards of the Open International Helsinki Central Library Competition “The Heart of […]

Creating an open environment for reading and research, all shades of grey of copyright, bringing together libraries, archives and museums and new ways of accessing digital collections. This and much […]

Librarian generations, Library schools and landscapes in Canada, the role of sharing in the library community and the library as a 3rd place? This and much more in this week’s […]

Choreographing content, Facebook strategy, giving multiple perspectives on a single subject and the overconcern with the death of libraries. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your […]

Council for Finnish University Libraries – SYN has produced a video about its new strategy. The Council of Finnish University Libraries is a co-ordinating and developing co-operation of the University […]

A People’s Lab, Maker Spaces, buildings partnerships, user driven innovation and engaging with users from the heart. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose […]

The new Rijksstudio website, the importance of deadlines, using SCRUM in public sector developing and creating Core Values. But also conversation about bringing collections close to the people and “Concept […]

Catching the twinkle in the customer’s eye, authenticity in communication, The Alpe d’HuZes project and storytelling for companies. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly […]

TWIL is back for another year of library innovation. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! This video was imported to […]

My Media Playground 2nd biannual seminar on media education in childhood 14.-15.2.2013 in Tampere, Finland. The topic of the seminar was 0-12-year old children’s media use, media skills and best […]

‘Libraries Now! – Inspiring, Surprising, Empowering’ is a theme in which the International IFLA Conference World Library and Information Congress gathered in Helsinki from 11th to 17th August 2012. An […]

A new library innovation platform, integrated libraries and context is king. These topics and more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation. This video was […]

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! […]

Open Library Projects, Q&A services by librarians and being enthousiastic & open helps @work. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! […]

Building new library association cultures & networks. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! This video was imported to Library Channel […]

Finding a library job and the next step in readers advisory. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! This video was […]

Making the library an adventure/experience, tech gadgets and inspired librarians. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! This video was imported […]

Enriching cultural heritage, making sense of information and thinking outside in. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! This video was […]

Fundamental library research, critical thinking. 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 TWIL’s […]

Connecting with your local authors. Connecting readers & authors and happy bookstores. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! This video […]

Facilitating the growth of knowledge networks, copyright ruining everything and getting shushed in Starbucks. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! […]

Bringing stories like “the Zuytdorp” alive, building communities by sparking the imagination and curation. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! […]

We meet three library students from the Czech Republic and the University of Washington and talk about communicating library services and promoting yourself well. But we also look into teaching […]