Socially committed, innovative, accessible to all: Libraries of the future contribute to the United Nations Agenda 2030
23 - 28 July 2018 at Stuttgart Media University, Germany
The week comprises four seminars approaching the main theme "Libraries of the future contribute to the United Nations Agenda 2030" from different perspectives. It offers opportunities to discuss the mission of libraries of being socially committed, innovative and accessible to all. The event is organized by the Department of Library and Information Management.
The summer school aims to:
- explore the opportunities and challenges of change and development in libraries and information services
- discuss different aspects of the future of libraries and information management
July 23th to 25th (first time slot)
- Seminar 1: Lobbying and Advocacy: How to promote libraries by changing the world in partnership
- Seminar 2: New ways of learning in a digital society: Open Educational Resources
July 26th to 28th (second time slot)
- Seminar 3: Re-design the library!
- Seminar 4: Open Data and Open Government
- There is a tuition fee of 250 Euro per seminar.
- Students pay a reduced fee of 100 Euro per seminar.
Registration: February 1st - May 1st 2018
Information on acceptance: May 4th 2018
Late registration for remaining seats (if any) possible until: July 14th 2018
Payment due: after you receive the bill
Summer school: July 23th - 28th 2018
For more information on the programme please visit:
- Prof. Magnus Pfeffer (firstname.lastname@example.org)