- PL 43/12: Two nations – within one country.
- PL 42/12: Education in Palestine. An overview of the education system.
- PL 41/12: The grammar of schooling. The basic “grammar” of schooling, like the shape of classrooms, has remained remarkably stable over the decades.
- PL 40/12: Stimulate the glands – and lubricate the tracts to produce an appetite for some tasty methodological morsels that might otherwise lie buried. In The New Academia, anything goes …
- PL 39/12: The rise and fall of digital libraries. Projects that failed …
- PL 38/12: Ten years of library development. In the US academy, physical use goes down while e-books and funding (!) go up.
- PL 37/12: Professionally speaking …. New IFLA blog
- PL 36/12: Unevenly distributed. IFLA culture and social media
- PL 35/12: What to do when nothing happens?. All chiefs and no Indians
- PL 34/12: How to market library indicators. Strange variations in the price of ISO documents
- PL 33/12: From San Juan to Helsinki. That was the year that was.
- PL 32/12: From sites to streams. Sipping the flow of digital information
- PL 31/12: Indicators at IFLA. Paper for the Turku satellite conference.
- PL 30/12: LATINA at IFLA. Paper for the IFLA session on International and comparative librarianship
- PL 29/12: Reading report from East Africa. Books, books, books.
- PL 28/12: Skills, formats, tasks and time. Designing learning events.
- PL 27/12: Students at work (slides). See PL 26/12.
- PL 26/12: Students at work. Paper for the SCECSAL conference in Nairobi June 2012.
- PL 25/12: Eight pictures from Kenya. CC cases.
- PL 24/12: Personal portals. Only the producer can map their own output.
- PL 23/12: Digital learning in groups. How to teach.
- PL 22/12: NPM from below. Walking slowly in the right direction. Turku paper part 8: Conclusion.
- PL 21/12: The social approach. Deep change is a political process. Turku paper part 7.
- PL 20/12: Academic libraries. Bergen University Library stands out. Turku paper part 6.
- PL 19/12: Academic indicators. Just one official indicator set. Turku paper part 5.
- PL 18/12: Big public libraries. Very few indicators are actually used. Turku paper part 4.
- PL 17/12: Public library indicators. Three current sets of indicators. Turku paper part 3.
- PL 16/12: Change work. Do you prefer to be in the front, in the middle or in the back?. Turku paper part 2.
- PL 15/12: Top-down or bottom-up?. A different approach to indicator development. Turku paper part 1: Introduction.
- PL 14/12: Statistics for Advocacy at Makerere. Plans for a course this summer
- PL 13/12: Traffic study of Tromsø Public Library. Visual analysis of full-scale CTT study in November 2011
- PL 12/12: Metropolitan statistics
- PL 11/12: African libraries as centers of e-learning. Paper for IFLA Congress
- PL 10/12: Indicators without customers. Summary of Turku satellite conference paper.
- PL 9/12: Global statistics 2012. Trends in library statistics.
- PL 8/12: News from the North – which means Norway.
- PL 7/12: Electronic subscriptions. Strange numbers from Norway.
- PL 6/12: Correcting the KOSTRA statistics. Comparisons are meaningless without deeper analysis.
- PL 5/12: A conceptual study of web traffic. Paper published in LIBER
- PL 4/12: User behavior in digital libraries. Metastudy from JISC.
- PL 3/12: Picture the problem! Presentations are messages. Presentation design is visual rhetoric.
- PL 2/12: LATINA courses in 2012. This summer we teach in Kampala as well as in Oslo.
- PL 1/12: Europeana 1.5. European literature consists of a few hundred great classics, a few thousand minor classics and millions of non-classics.