This infographic gives a fine introduction to Public Libraries in Denmark in a European Union context when it comes to literacy and skills.
You might also like the “Libraries Change Lives” infograhic.
I am inspired by this Bossa Nova song from the wonderful people at The Royal Library of Denmark – The Faculty Library of Social Sciences
In fact I am inspired by most things they do… Their LEGO stop motion movies and music would still be cool even if did not have the underlying message to the students that the library is there to make them information ninjas.
Listen – enjoy the Bossa and share it with your favorite library lovers…
And if you are so inclined – and can stand a little library industrial – re-listen my avantgarde song – Go to the library 🙂
Credits for Go to the library
Written, produced, mixed, all instruments and vocals: Jan Holmquist
Lost in your time (at the library) is probably the first bossa nova library song in the world. Made by Los Bossa Bibliotheca and publiched by Go To The Library Records / Faculty Library of Social Sciences
Credits – for Lost in your time (at the library):
Guitar – Jens Stein Jørgensen
Vocals – Simon Roland Pedersen
Percussion – Rasmus Rindom Riis
Double bass – Ida Duelund Hansen
Lyrics – Anders Bonatto Fisker
Producer, mixer and sound wizard – Mads Korsgaard
Bossa boss and executive producer – Christian Lauersen
Head groupie – Stine Agerbæk
Layout – Rasmus Rindom Riise
There are 65000 libraries in Europe welcoming more than 100 million people each year. That is an amazing knowledge infrastructure to make our communities smarter.
In this short video some of these statistics and core values are shared.
Libraries connect people and their knowledge – and support learning and knowledge creation.
Spend 90 seconds watching this video to celebrate and highlight the difference libraries make everyday across Europe and the rest of the world.
Libraries change lives.
Launching myself as an avantgarde musician – or … Well I was testing out an app tonight and I made this…
I heard the way to launch music the cool way is to surprise everyone by making it available online when people least expect it –
So here it is. Totally free. If you like it smile to someone who needs it – and go to the library.
I had “Leave comfort zone” on my to do – Consider it done by posting this.
The combination of fine libraries and LEGO bricks is not new and is often seen in the library blogosphere…
It is now wonder. Libraries are magnificent and LEGO is fun – What is not like?
This LEGO stop motion movie promotes the Faculty Library of Social Sciences at University of Copenhagen and it is absolutely awesome… Enjoy!
The video is Directed by Informationspecialists Hazel Engelsmann (firstname.lastname@example.org, @engelsmann) & Marc Sales (email@example.com, @docterz). Produced by Head of Faculty Library Christian Lauersen (@)
I have posted stop motion lego movies before – So if you want more.. Here you are.
I want to share this library advocacy stop motion video with you.
In 70 seconds it shows some of the great stuff the library offers – and yes… It IS starring a cat as important supporting actor.
The movie is made by awesome librarian, upcoming stop motion director and good friend Christian Lauersen . Enjoy!