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What makes a great place? A story about people, learning and libraries

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What makes a great place? A story about people, learning and libraries

  1. 1. What makes a great place? A story about people, learning and libraries Christian Lauersen The Royal Danish Library Mail: cula@kb.dk Twitter: @clauersen University of Lund, May 2018
  2. 2. What makes a great place?
  3. 3. The Library as place
  4. 4. ”A great library should be a workshop as well as a repository. It should teach the methods of thorough research, and cultivate in readers the habit of seeking the original sources of learning” - Justin Winsor, late 1800
  5. 5. Drivers: Change, fear, choices
  6. 6. 11 years ago…
  7. 7. An open platform for education and events on digital methods Hardware and software for harvesting, cleaning, analyzing and visualizing data A dynamic and aesthetically inspiring learning environment
  8. 8. What we do • Events and teaching • Facilitation and curating • Community building
  9. 9. Hardware and furniture is not enough
  10. 10. The librarian The most valuable asset of the library place? It is not the chairs, it is not the tables It is the library staff and the users
  11. 11. Facilitation: Digital Methods Sessions, Data Sprints, network
  12. 12. Traditional learning vs. peer-to-peer learning The users as co-creator
  13. 13. A sense of belongingness
  14. 14. Maslow’s hierachy of needs (1943)
  15. 15. Why do they come? ”The need for connection and community is primal, as fundamental as the need for air, water, and food” - Dean Ornish
  16. 16. Where you feel at home
  17. 17. Tell stories, empower thinking
  18. 18. An alternative to the classic learning setup
  19. 19. Support different kinds of learning
  20. 20. Hvad er Digital Social Science Lab? • Et fysisk rum til understøttelse af forskning, uddannelse og læring • Relevant software og hardware + vejledning og support • En platform for digitale metoder og værktøjer indenfor samfundsvidenskaben Key to succes?
  21. 21. Key to success?
  22. 22. The Evolving DSSL Network DSSL Aalborg University DTU Faculty members Students Etnographic Exploratorium ETHOS Lab Tearching and learning unit Faculty BADASS Higher education Danish Business Authority Open Data Network Libraries and archives Society
  23. 23. Challenges in the process • ”Is this a library task?” • ”On the expense of what?” • How do we get the relevant skills? • How do we talk about this project? • How do we position ourself towards the local research and educational environtment?
  24. 24. What we’re learned • It’s not enough to provide access to software and hardware (and crazy coloured furniture) • Skill development is a long proces and has to be in context of need and resources • The facilitating role is a good way to create value • Network is key • The Library is a very strong platform for bringing people together within academia • Library support of data literacy might not fit to all subjects
  25. 25. Thanks! Christian Lauersen Mail: cula@kb.dk Twitter: @clauersen Instagram: @librarylovestories The Library Lab: christianlauersen.net