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Full text: Bibliotheksdienst (Rights reserved) Issue 41.2007 (Rights reserved)

Programme Bibliotheksdienst 41. Jg. (2007), H. 2 217 Der John Jacob Astor Award in Library and Information Science wird 2007 zum fünften Mal durch die Checkpoint Charlie Stiftung in Berlin vergeben. Die „Initi- ative Fortbildung … e.V.“, die hier Kooperationspartnerin ist, freut sich außeror- dentlich, in diesem Zusammenhang zu einem Workshop mit Kathryn J. Deiss,1 der diesjährigen Preisträgerin, einladen zu können. Die Veranstaltung findet in amerikanischer Sprache statt, entsprechend werden ihre Inhalte skizziert: How can your library re-energize itself, use creative tools, and take advantage of the new “culture of participation” in order to create new and vital ways of meeting its primary client’s needs? As resources become tighter most libraries lean toward more conservative solutions and less risk. In fact, more creativity and risk are need- ed in economically restrictive times. In the current technologically rich environ- ment there are many new ways of creating value for your library’s users. People attending this workshop will learn about organizational innovation and practice new creativity tools to develop ideas for their libraries. In addition the participants will learn about new ways other libraries are using these new tools of participation on the internet to create better services for users. Anmeldung bei Evelin Morgenstern – „Initiative Fortbildung … e.V.“ – E-Mail: morgenstern@initiativefortbildung.de Kosten: dank der Unterstützung durch die Checkpoint Charlie Stiftung werden keine Tagungsgebühren erhoben Anmeldeschluss: 16. April 2007 Rechtsfragen der Internet-Nutzung Termin: 8. Mai 2007, 9.30–17.00 Uhr Ort: Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky (SUB), Sitzungssaal 2, 1. Etage, Von-Melle-Park 3, 20146 Hamburg Veranstalter: Initiative Fortbildung für wissenschaftliche Spezialbibliotheken und verwandte Einrichtungen e.V. 1 Kathryn J. Deiss is the Content Strategist for the Association of College & Research Libraries at the American Library Association in Chicago, USA. In this role she scans the research library world for trends and best practices, acquires content to publish, and delivers organizational consulting services to institutions. She designs and provides training, facilitation, and executive coaching for libraries, national associations, consortia, and museums in the United States and beyond. Kathryn has written and presented extensively on the subjects of leadership, innovation, planning, organiza- tional learning, and organizational culture. Kathryn received her B.A. in Sociology from Trinity University (San Antonio, TX) and her MLS from the University at Albany.
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