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.

Video retrieval, search, speech recognition. “Deep in our hearts we are all librarians”. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! This […]

The Women, Information and Libraries Special Interest Group’s mission is the promotion, development and support of library and information services for the benefit of women, and society as a whole. […]

Live-stream recording of IFLA 2012 session on 16th of August 2012. Strong libraries = strong societies: democratizing access to knowledge through libraries President-Elect’s Planning Session Opening Buhle Mbambo-Thata IFLA GB […]

Live-stream recording of IFLA 2012 session on 15th of August 2012. We excuse the changing sound levels in the first minutes of the broadcast. Sound will stabilize in about 4 […]

Live-stream recording of IFLA 2012 session on 15th of August 2012. SESSION I 13:00 – This is how you are being controlled today! Chair: Kai Ekholm Guests: Loida Garcia Febo, […]

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 […]

Christine Mackenzie, member of the IFLA Trend report steering committee, tells about Trend report. The report shall be launched in 2013. It shall provide a base for the library sector […]

Live-stream recording of IFLA 2012 session: Towards knotworking: Designing a new concept of work in an academic library 14 August 2012 8:30 – 9:30. Yrjö Engeström Professor, Director of the […]

Live-stream recording of IFLA 2012 session on 14th of August 2012. Libraries today and tomorrow: a force for change in our transforming societies? President’s Theme Session 14 August 2012 09:30 […]

Live-stream recording of IFLA 2012 session on 13th of August 2012. Welcome to Finland and the IFLA WLIC 2012 Helsinki MAIJA BERNDTSON Chair of the 2012 Finnish National Committee Highlights […]

An alternative approach for the presentation of projects or new work is available to IFLA conference participants In Helsinki. An area on the conference premises has been designated for the […]

Live-stream recording of IFLA 2012 session on 12th of August. Introduction and welcome KAI EKHOLM Chair of FAIFE The Internet is dead! SIVA VAIDHYANATHAN Department of Media Studies, University of […]

Live-stream recording of IFLA 2012 Opening session on 12th of August. Read more: IFLA conference 2012 in Helsinki, Finland

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 […]

Goodnight stories from inmates dads is a collaboration between Vaasa City Library and Vaasa Prison helping imprisoned parents to keep in touch with their children at home through storytelling. A […]

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 […]

Owning and managing your own eContent. Self publishing and how do we position ourselves as libraries to be at the heart of the publishing revolution. This and much more in […]

Streaming books. A new”Golden Age of Publishing”? A need for more experimenting and sharing inside of platforms. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose […]

Starting your own publishing company. Imagination in literature. Investing in e-content and books in the cloud. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of […]

The Finnish Library Association supports development cooperation with Namibian and Tanzanian libraries with the Libraries for development -project, which is part of the poverty reduction strategies of the partner countries […]

How can we provide value for young people? “Nothing is really easy” and traveling the world on a scholarship to learn about libraries. This and much more in this week’s […]

Making yourself visible as a librarian. The cost of textbooks and creating passionate users. This and much more in this week’s episode of TWIL: your weekly dose of library innovation! […]

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 […]