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
I was honered to present at this years Internet Librarian International in London, England. Thank you for an inspiring conference with sharing, co-learning and interesting talks with so many wonderful librarians and other library professionals.
For the other presentations I did there about Gamification and Library advocacy – Go to my slideshare page.
I had a very busy schedule at #ili2014
I also did a sharing session / Presentation at the X-track:
Lobby for Libraries – be a library avenger
And I was on loan in BORROW AN EXPERT and had a wonderful meeting about libraries community engagement and collaboration.
After the conference I went to Norway and did a keynote about the library as a community hub for learning for the very inspiring librarians in Vestfold. I had the chance to stay until lunch and be a part of their day about libraries and learning.
I like the concept of unconferences very much. The more loose structure can be very liberating to the traditional conference learning experience. Combining a traditional conference with an unconference track is one of the reasons I am looking very much forward to this years Internet Librarian International – and I am proud to be a part of both the unconference and conference track.
I hope to see you there and talk libraries with you. I am doing talks on Guldborgsund Public Library recent gamification project, Global librarianship and on the brand new unconference X track I will share about the library advocacy group Library Avengers.
I am also looking forward to the Hackerspace Conversations between Rasmus Fangel Vestergaard and Jeroen de Boer and to catch Åke Nygreens talk about Boosting ICT training in public libraries to name just a few.
Here is my speaker program – You can also “borrow me” for a 15 minute talk about about community engagement, gamification, communities and collaboration on the X track… London Calling!
It is privilege to see new versions of 23 Mobile Things living and thriving world wide. The number of people in the library field that is learning together about mobile technology and using this technology to deliver library services to their communities is growing. Thank you to all the learners and organisers keeping this program alive and making it better all the time.
Thank you Joan and Karyll for the great version for Philippines and Singapore.
I was recently asked what my next spare time project would be.
I made a short video for you about how my time is prioritized these days. Lots of learning opportunities – I love that.
The video is also a test of the short video blog format that I am considering using more… So tell me what you think?
I expect the library gamification and nudging theory projects I mention will be of global interest by the way.
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