Bibliotheken--ein kreativer Ort der Ideen und des kontinuierlichen Pioniergeistes

Seeliger, Frank
April 2016
Bibliotheksdienst;Apr2016, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p486
Trade Publication
Adapting innovations of many kinds to information institutions was again the topic of the eighth and last Wildau library symposium. The discussion was about innovation as a flexible method of project management, as strategic programme, inalienable core responsibility of library teams, as chance for unmanned services (opening hours), and also about the consequences for the technical competences. After hearing all the lectures which also touched topics like chaotic storing, RFID stocktaking and serendipity, the result is that every library has many development opportunities contributing to doing justice to the intention of libraries with their target groups in a contemporary way.


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