Activities brought by information
professionals for mutual understanding
between countries
presentation of best practices ...
many forms, many
faces, many methods
of cooperation and exchange
personal vs./and institutional
naple sister libraries
concept and ideas
why?
forms of cooperation
Lithuanian and Polish Sister Libraries
joined project
o...
Naple Sister Libraries
Why should we take part?
Why should we take part?
Participation in the programme, an active
participation of course, means development
for each of ...
User reaction
The reactions of our users have been very
positive. There were congratulations, press
and radio interviews. ...
What can you do?
Possible activities
Exchange Library Information
Exchange Library resources
Share library training programs
Share library ...
Possible activities
Share cultural events
Assist in library development
Bring recognition of the partnership thorough
publ...
Possible activities
Librarians can take on issues related to Children’s and
Youn Adult’s Reading suggested by IFLA
Librari...
Polish and Lithuanian Sister Libraries
Lithuanian Sister Libraries
• Public library of Panevezys
• Kaunas County Public Library (2 sister libraries!)
• Utena A. ...
Polish Sister Libraries
• Regional Public Library in Krakow (2 sister
libraries!)
• Municipal Public Library in Lębork
• P...
“Following the footsteps of the
insurgents 1863 in Lithuania”
Kaunas County Public Library
Kaunas County Public Library is one of the 4
Lithuanian Libraries that are currently particip...
Municipal Public Library in Piekary
Śląskie
The Municipal Public Library in Piekary Slaskie was
one of the fist libraries ...
“Following the footsteps of the
insurgents 1863 in Lithuania”
“We are grateful to Director of Municipal Public
Library of ...
“Following the footsteps of the
insurgents 1863 in Lithuania”
So they are going to Kaunas in July for 5 days. 20
young peo...
“Following the footsteps of the
insurgents 1863 in Lithuania”
So they are going to Kaunas in July for 5 days. 20
young peo...
“Following the footsteps of the
insurgents 1863 in Lithuania”
The project itself
Other projects as models
Other projects
Thank you very
much!
This project was co-financed from:
Orlen Lietuva
Polsko-Litewski Fundusz Wymiany Młodzieży
Fundacja Uniwersytetu Warszawsk...
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Prezentation best practice case study 26
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Prezentation best practice case study 26

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Activities brought by information professionals for mutual understanding between countries presentation of best practices as an inspiration for further actions by Agata Kawalec
  • 2. many forms, many faces, many methods of cooperation and exchange
  • 3. personal vs./and institutional
  • 4. naple sister libraries concept and ideas why? forms of cooperation Lithuanian and Polish Sister Libraries joined project other projects as models
  • 5. Naple Sister Libraries
  • 6. Why should we take part?
  • 7. Why should we take part? Participation in the programme, an active participation of course, means development for each of the cooperating libraries. We learn from each other, exchange ideas and put them into practice. At the same time we improve our English. And besides, we are a group of really friendly people! (Aleksandra Zawalska-Hawel)
  • 8. User reaction The reactions of our users have been very positive. There were congratulations, press and radio interviews. But they also expect something new to happen next. All initiatives taken with Sister Libraries are being adopted very well by our community. Our users participate in shared cultural events. And I hope we will have more and more common proposals for them. (Aleksandra Zawalska-Hawel)
  • 9. What can you do?
  • 10. Possible activities Exchange Library Information Exchange Library resources Share library training programs Share library programs and exhibits
  • 11. Possible activities Share cultural events Assist in library development Bring recognition of the partnership thorough publicity Develop personal contacts
  • 12. Possible activities Librarians can take on issues related to Children’s and Youn Adult’s Reading suggested by IFLA Librarians and readers form sister libraries can develop joint programmes (More detailed lists can be found on the projects’ website.)
  • 13. Polish and Lithuanian Sister Libraries
  • 14. Lithuanian Sister Libraries • Public library of Panevezys • Kaunas County Public Library (2 sister libraries!) • Utena A. and M. Miskiniai Public Library • Povilas Višinskis Šiauliai County Public Library
  • 15. Polish Sister Libraries • Regional Public Library in Krakow (2 sister libraries!) • Municipal Public Library in Lębork • Public Library in Aleksandrow (1 sister library!) • Municipal Public Library in Piekary Śląkie (7 sister libraries!) • Chrzanów Public Library
  • 16. “Following the footsteps of the insurgents 1863 in Lithuania”
  • 17. Kaunas County Public Library Kaunas County Public Library is one of the 4 Lithuanian Libraries that are currently participating in the programme, and it already has two sister libraries: Ljubljana City Library in Slovenia Municipal Public Library of Piekary Slaskie in Poland.
  • 18. Municipal Public Library in Piekary Śląskie The Municipal Public Library in Piekary Slaskie was one of the fist libraries to join the programme It has 7 sister libraries.
  • 19. “Following the footsteps of the insurgents 1863 in Lithuania” “We are grateful to Director of Municipal Public Library of Piekary Slaskie Aleksandra Zawalska- Hawel for the opportunity to jointly develop a new idea and prepare a new project. Aleksandra invited us to develop a project about historical events of January of 1863 Uprising in Lithuania and Kaunas “Following the footsteps of the insurgents 1863 in Lithuania”. So pleasant news has just reached us – we received funding!” (Valentina Grinevičienė)
  • 20. “Following the footsteps of the insurgents 1863 in Lithuania” So they are going to Kaunas in July for 5 days. 20 young people aged 18-25 from Poland and Lithuania will participate in the project. They have planned a lot of activities that they will carry out together with Kaunas County Public Library. And in May Aleksandra and another librarian will make a preparatory visit to Kaunas. (post from NSL site)
  • 21. “Following the footsteps of the insurgents 1863 in Lithuania” So they are going to Kaunas in July for 5 days. 20 young people aged 18-25 from Poland and Lithuania will participate in the project. They have planned a lot of activities that they will carry out together with Kaunas County Public Library. And in May Aleksandra and another librarian will make a preparatory visit to Kaunas. (post from NSL site)
  • 22. “Following the footsteps of the insurgents 1863 in Lithuania” The project itself
  • 23. Other projects as models
  • 24. Other projects
  • 25. Thank you very much!
  • 26. This project was co-financed from: Orlen Lietuva Polsko-Litewski Fundusz Wymiany Młodzieży Fundacja Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego The sole responsibility for the content of this publication lies with the authors and can in no way be taken to reflect the views neither of the Fundacja Rozwoju Systemu Edukacji nor Ministerstwo Edukacji Narodowej.

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