MOOCs, digital transformation and upskilling information professionals

The upskilling of information professionals is a topic of long-standing debates in academic and professional circles. 11 years after MOOCs emerged, a new Erasmus partnership will explore how to support library professionals by providing much-needed content around the digital transformation topic. To answer glocal (no, this is not a typo!) needs, the resources will beContinue reading “MOOCs, digital transformation and upskilling information professionals”

Contributing to the IRRT Chair’s programme at the ALA congress today

The ALA conference, the biggest annual event for librarians in the USA features today a session of the International Relations Round Table (IRRT) Chair entitled Global libraries as agents of leadership in our post pandemic world: Leading Change, Advocacy, and Social Justice. For those at ALA here are the event details: Sunday, June 26, 2022Continue reading “Contributing to the IRRT Chair’s programme at the ALA congress today”

Иновациите и организациите от културния сектор: споделете опита си в проучването на проекта eCHOIng

От началото на 2022 консорциум от университети и културни организации от Норвегия, България, Гърция, Естония и Италия изследва как университетите и институциите от културния сектор си взаимодействат за въвеждането на иновации. Проектът цели да събере примери от всички страни участнички и предлагаме на вниманието на специалисти от музеи, библиотеки и архиви, от организации от областтаContinue reading “Иновациите и организациите от културния сектор: споделете опита си в проучването на проекта eCHOIng”

Demo paper accepted to ECIR’22

This week we got the lovely news of an accepted demonstration paper “DuoSearch: A Novel Search Engine for Bulgarian Historical Documents” at the very competitive European Conference on Information Retrieval ECIR 2022 which will take place in April 2022 in Stavanger, Norway. The paper is on a search engine that helps to explore content fromContinue reading “Demo paper accepted to ECIR’22”