Next Library 2021
|Date:||03 June 2021 to 03 June 2021|
|Location:||Online event & Aarhus, Denmark|
Next Library 2021: Join Next Library and explore new paths for worldwide ideation, interactive learning and sharing!
Let’s embrace the constraints!
Next Library brings together library innovators from all over the world. Due to the pandemic, we will not be able to do so in June this year. However, we need to connect to the forward-thinking Next Library community more than ever!
Building on inspiration from Next Library Advisory board, partners and friends, we are drafting new ideas for the Next Library community to find ways to create and share together embracing the constraints of the pandemic.
New format: Next Library Online 2021 on June 3
And yes: there will there be a Next Library event in 2021! Some of it will be online - some of it will be in the physical world. To make sure that it will be a truly global event we are happy to announce that on June 3 we will launch the first ever Next Library Online: a one-day event for everyone that wants to join. It will not be just yet another online seminar: it will be a digital experience that will feature new online formats and surprises!
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