The DAISSy-HOU presented the BIBLIO activities in Greece within the project TPM and the project event at ALL DIGITAL SUMMIT 2022

biblio-logoThe “BIBLIO: Boosting digital skills ad competencies for librarians in Europe” EU project is honored to be presented at the ALL DIGITAL Summit 2022 focusing on “Shaping DIGITAL transformation with and for ALL” and implemented on-site in Prague (28-30.9.2022)!

More precisely and within the thematic circle of “SHAPING DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AT EUROPEAN LEVEL”, a significant workshop entitled “BIBLIO work-based learning and the Digitization Activities of the National Library of the Czech Republic” was implemented on 29th September 2022 (14.15-15.30 CET), where the BIBLIO Work Based Learning (WBL) activities were presented.

The DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University (HOU) took part in the event, by emphasizing on the experience gained by the implementation of the BIBLIO WBL activities in Greece and their impact on the library professionals, who joined them. The speech was delivered by Foteini GATOMATI, Project Manager of BIBLIO in DAISSy-HOU, who presented the positive feedback of the WBL trainee experience. She also showcased the innovative ideas to be implemented in Greek libraries, and she explained how they were formed, as a valuable outcome of applying the BIBLIO training methodology, in practice.

A more detailed description of the content is available on the event site, along with the event program.

In addition, the DAISSy-HOU joined the BIBLIO Transnational Partner Meeting (TPM) which was implemented on 27th – 28th September 2022 with success. All partners joined it and had the opportunity to an in-depth presentation of how the project evolves in every BIBLIO country, the difficulties faced and the ways to overcome the obstacles, the next steps and milestones to be completed. Emphasis was put on the MOOC evaluation, WBL experience and future dissemination activities.

  • The AD Summit 2022 was implemented on site. In parallel, specific sessions provided the opportunity for online attendance. The events triggered the interest of academics, researchers, policymakers, experts and stakeholders in the digital skills, professionals in the sectors of culture, education, environment, etc.
  • The DAISSy Research Group of HOU is a member of the ALL DIGITAL network, is the Greek partner of the BIBLIO EU project (ERASMUS+ / 612411-EPP-1-2019-1-IT-EPPKA2-SSA) and implements it, in cooperation with the Distance Library and Documentation Centre (DLIC) of the HOU, associate partner.

Stay tuned and remember to visit the site of the BIBLIO project and to check the “Stories” of the BILBIO partners!

For more information about the BIBLIO project as well as other activities of the DAISSy-HOU:

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