Tame The Web

Working Groups Convene

As part of the process here at the seminar, participants self-selected into five working groups based on the identified key areas of the topic. Each group is responsible for producing a set of recommendations for each area articulating a plan for the future of museums and libraries.

1. CULTURE AND COMMUNITIES

FACILITATOR: Jack Lohman, Director, Museum of London, United Kingdom

2. LEARNING TRANSFORMED

FACILITATORS: Michelle Hippolite, Kaihaut?, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, New Zealand & Sirje Virkus, Director, Digital Library Learning, Institute of Information Studies, Tallinn University, Tallinn, Estonia

3. COMMUNICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY

FACILITATOR: Sarah Thomas, Bodley’s Libraian, Bodleian Libraries, Oxford, United Kingdom

4. BUILDING THE SKILLS OF LIBRARY AND MUSEUM PROFESSIONALS

FACILITATOR: David Lankes, Professor, Director, Masters in Library and Information Science, Syracuse University, School of Information Studies, Syracuse, United States

5. DEMONSTRATING PUBLIC VALUE

FACILITATOR: Luis Herrera, Director, San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco, United States

Saturday morning, each group will present their report for feedback and discussion.


Special Thanks to the Salzburg Global Seminar  and IMLS for the invitation to participate in this event.

Related posts:

London Calls Again! Announcing ILI2007
Beginning the Seminar
Participatory Culture and Teens

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