Category Archives: Netherlands

NAPLE Assembly 2014. Presentations (VIII)

Today, you can read Rianne Brouwers’ presentation at NAPLE Assembly 2014 about the strategy for public libraries at the Netherlands.

Netherlands Institute for Public Libraries (SIOB)

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Report: “The library of the future, hub for knowledge, contact and culture”

How will the public library will look like in 2025?  The Netherlands Institute for Public Libraries (SIOB) tries to give an answer in this report published last January 2014.

Here you have a printable version:

The library of the future, hub for knowlegde, contact and culture.

And in this link you will find the full lay-out.

 

NAPLE E-Book Working Group Meeting 2014. Presentations (I)

Today, you can read an overview of the e-Book lending model at The Netherlands presented by Sander van Kempen, from Bibliotheek.nl where you’ll find the first results of the project.

 You can also read here the press release from January, when they launched the project.

The Netherlands e-Book Lending Model

NAPLE Seminar on eBooks, 2013. Presentations (III)

The NAPLE Seminar on eBooks was held in Milan last 13th  May. Today, the presentation of  Diederik van Leeuwen, Director of the Stichting Bibliotheek in Netherlands about the Dutch eBook Program.

Introduction to Dutch Library eBook Program

NAPLE’s Annual Assembly, 2013. Presentations

NAPLE’s Annual Assembly has taken place in Milan. In the next weeks we’ll be posting the presentations from the different speakers.

We’re starting today with Maria Heijne’s paper about A National Strategy for Public Libraries in the Netherlands. She is Director of the Netherlands Institute for Public Libraries (SIOB).

A National Strategy for Public Libraries in the Netherlands

Netherlands National Digital Infrastructure for Public Libraries

Here comes one more presentation from the last NAPLE Assembly. In this case, Netherlands National Digital Infrastructure for Public Libraries, by Maria Heijne,  from Netherlands.