Category Archives: Norway

NAPLE Assembly 2014. Presentations (VI)

Today, you can read the Norwegian presentation at NAPLE Assembly, featuring the Norwegian Library Act and the National development program.

Norway update

Rural and remote libraries in Northern Europe

Scandinavian Library Quarterly has released its latest issue, a monographic on Rural and remote libraries. You can read the full text through their web page: best practices and state-of-the-art in this area of northern Europe. In this issue you’ll find articles from Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.

SLQ was first published in 1968 and provides free access to the full texts since 2002. Each issue is dedicated to different aspects of public libraries: school libraries, life-long learning or library space are some of the latest topics.

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The Nordic Library Conference 2012

For this post we are collecting the information from The Nordic Library Conference web page. This year the Conference takes place in Oslo, Norway on the 14th & the 15th of May, hosted by The National Library of Norway. The theme is “Culture, Inclusion and Participation”.

Participants from the Nordic countries and the rest of Europe are invited to Oslo for two days of inspiration, best practice and networking.

The Conference is an initiative from the Nordic Best Practice network. The purpose of the network is to promote new projects and partnerships within the field of multicultural library services.

The Conference is within the framework of Norway’s chairmanship of the Nordic Council of Ministers 2012, and also a continuation of the Future Library, which was held in Finland in October 2011 (under the Finnish chairmanship).

To get more information about registration process, program, speakers and call for papers consult  its web page.

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