Business as usual in San Juan. That means blogging.
My IFLA related blog posts – before, during and after the event – are here:
Plinius in English
- P 50/11: Library development in Dominican Republic. Big and well-planned census underway.
- P 47/11: Reliable statistics are hard to find. Library data from Puerto Rico
- P 46/11: A great historian from Puerto Rico. Fernando Pico gave the IFLA keynote
- PL 45/11: Deep change at IFLA. New IFLA president Ingrid Parent wants IFLA to support change
- PL 44/11: IFLA blogs by language. Close to forty blogs – but not so much activity.
- PL 43/11: E-metrics is a development project. A hard subject to get a grasp on
- PL 42/11: Slow change at IFLA. Change and resistance under digital conditions …
- PL 41/11: Going to IFLA.NDIA. A cultural report on arrival
- PL 40/11: Hard work for OCLC. With Norway as a case we show how hard it is to get reliable and current statistics from many countries.
- PL 39/11: Summer school in Romania. Supporting young librarians
- PL 38/11: School library statistics. Good research with practical results in California
- PL 37/11: Fragmented “research”. Small pieces, loosely joined – in Great Britain as in Norway
- PL 36/11: Sharing global statistics. A realistic approach to statistical information.
- PL 35/11: Explore and process. About Plinius Data.
- PL 34/11: Search: How Libraries Do it Wrong. Understanding the context of reference.
- PL 33/11: Leaders with experience. Lessons from digital services.
- PL 32/11: IFLA coming up. IFLA 2.0 gets going.
- PL 17/11: IFLA papers 2011. Multicultural and digital.
- PL 14/11: Librarians as teachers. The VOLARE project.
- PL 5/11: Digital immigrants. My paper for IFLA in Puerto Rico.
Plinius på norsk
- P 131/11: IFLA på nettet. Glideflukt mot 2.0.
- P 124/11: Ledere med erfaring. God dansk analyse av ti år med digitale tjenester. [IFLA-paper]
- P 73/11: Argumentér med statistikk. Norsk utgave av IFLAs statistikk-kurs
I’ll present the digital literacy training project VOLARE. This is an acronym for “Adult learning with the library as arena” (in Norwegian). VOLARE will be part of Session 94: The importance of information literacy for multicultural populations: needs, strategies, programs, and the role of libraries. This session, with a total of eight papers, takes place on 15 August 2011 09:30 – 12:45 in Exhibition Hall A.