Morning and Afternoon Sessions
Spokane Public Library
Downtown Library, 3rd Floor Lens
906 W Main, Spokane, WA
Presented by Rolf Hapel, University of Washington iSchool
In his presentation, Rolf will look at the library as a part of the social infrastructure, touch upon the importance of the physical spaces and programs in the light of the transforming “business model” of libraries, discuss the consequences of the digital development, and sketch some possible paths for the future of libraries. Participants will also work in groups on issues related to the physical library, using the Danish-developed thinking model of the library called the 4 Spaces Model as a starting point.
Rolf has served as librarian, deputy manager, city librarian and director in Denmark and led the development and realization of the internationally acclaimed main library, Dokk1, in Denmark. Currently, he is working as Professor of Practice at the Information School University of Washington in a two year tenure. His additional work as expert in several international architectural competitions for new libraries, his work as advisor with several international foundations active in the library domain, among which was Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and his numerous speaking engagements, articles, and lectures on library transformation as well as his service as member or chair of boards and committees in and outside Europe, has given him an unprecedented international network and a broad range of knowledge and experience within the library field.
Registration: 8:30-9:00 am
Workshop: 9:00-12:00 pm
Registration: 1:00-1:30 pm
Workshop: 1:30-4:30 pm
Register for morning or afternoon session by Thursday, April 25th, with Lori Lewis, firstname.lastname@example.org.
No registration fee for employees of INCOL member libraries
• $25 for non-INCOL members and $5 for library tech students
• Find more information at incol.scld.org
• Get library information at www.spokanelibrary.org/downtown or www.spokanelibrary.org/parking
• More parking options can be found here: downtownspokane.org/transportation
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