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.