I am humbled and proud to announce that I have joined the International Advisory Board for San Jose State University, Center for Information Research & Innovation. I am looking forward to contributing to the boards work.
The Center for Information Research and Innovation (CIRI) is organized around numerous research areas, including:
- Digital Records and Curation – Includes archives, records management, depositories, digitization, preservation
- Information Access and Use – Includes informatics, information behaviors, organization of information, information services
- LIS Online Learning – Includes online delivery methods, components of successful online delivery, online readiness, LIS education, MLIS skills
- New Literacies and Learning – Includes digital, visual and information literacy, reading, literature in multiple formats
- Management and Leadership – Includes libraries as organizations, as physical and virtual places, marketing, advocacy, leadership
- Social Dynamics of Information – Includes historical and contemporary topics relating to information and society
- Technological Innovation and Change – Includes impact of emerging trends and technologies on library and information services
The work of the Center for Information Research and Innovation (CIRI) is guided by an international advisory board of leading researchers from the academy, government and industry. The board meets regularly to discuss research and professional issues requiring attention, to assess the role and impact of CIRI to date and to recommend priorities for development and resource allocation. For more, see full profiles of the board members.
A small reflection on getting new glasses when the old ones are part of your personal brand.
I hope to see you soon with my new upgraded eyesight.
Smart libraries create smart communities – towards a visionary strategy for libraries. This is the title for my upcoming keynote at Internet Librarian International this October in London, UK.
The aim of #ILI2016 is helping the participants make a difference to their own organization, clients and communities. It is in the conference DNA to make this happen by being a forum for sharing ideas, learning new skills, hearing about new tools and technology, making unexpected connections, discovering practical solutions and exploring new and interesting approaches to librarianship.
I am looking forward to contributing to this with my keynote in which I will share examples of modern world challenges to which libraries are the solution and highlight how this creates the foundation for a clear strategy for libraries in 2016 and beyond.
I am also looking forward to keynotes by Stuart Hamilton and Mia Ridge and to participating in the conference and engaging with all the participants. The program is packed with fine presentations from skilled library and information professionals from all over the world. Check out the full program here. I hope to see you and learn with you at #ILI2016.
Pssst… The program is also available as a PDF
I am very proud to recieve the prize for best article in the Danish LIS magazine REVY.
My article [In Danish] is about using Twitter as a professional tool for learning, idea generating and inspiration for global librarians. I have practical examples like Buy India a Library, 23 Mobile Things and definitions about Global Libraianship. I also recommend ways for getting started with this network.
REVY is the biggest LIS magazine in Scandinavia within the college and research library field. They have a lot of good writers and the competition for best article was tough as you can see:
For all you Danish speakers and readers out there – Here is a link to the article
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.
I met Kate C. Byrne in Helsinki for IFLA 2012 and I was very proud when she asked me to do a short video about international librarianship. The video is intended to add value to Kates presentation – but I hope you like it too – Please connect with me if you want to explore international librarianship with me….
I am very proud to be the guest on Steve Thomas great podcast Circulating Ideas – A Podcast I think makes a very big difference for learning in libraries and is making libraries better…
Thank you for having me as a guest Steve – and thank you to all who listend and liked – So many shares and positve comments – means the world to me….
Head over to Circulating ideas to hear the show and all the other interesting podcasts Steve has done with inspiring librarians.
Circulating Ideas Featuring Jan Holmquist