International Summer School for Librarians
|Date:||23 July 2018 to 28 July 2018|
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
Stuttgart Media University is pleased to announce its LIS Summer School 2018 as a joint project with the Goethe-Institute. The 2018 Sumer School will be held in Stuttgart, Germany from July 23th to 28th 2018. Students of Library and Information Science (LIS) and related fields together with LIS practitioners are invited to join in and work collaboratively in an international setting.
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:
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