Tag Archive for 'Netherlands'

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The importance of Reading Promotion in the Dutch Library Act

          Guest Blogger: Adriaan Langendonk, programme coordinator Reading Promotion Art of Reading (Dutch Reading Foundation and the National Library of the Netherlands). On 1 January 2015, a new Library Act was introduced in the Netherlands. One of the five core functions of libraries, as set out […]

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Campaign The Library Enriches You

              Guest Blogger: Coen van Hoogdalem, policy advisor Marketing of The Dutch Association of Public Libraries The Library® is an easy accessible public facility that helps people with their personal development. The Library intends to have every person fully and independently participate in society. Moreover, […]

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Route 2020: undertake and cooperate

          Guest Blogger: Henriëtte de Kok, Tour guide Route 2020. Digital developments, cost reductions and changing usage are external developments that influence the work of public libraries. The collective libraries of the Netherlands have decided to undertake actions to anticipate these trends. A budget has been […]

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Dutch libraries busily in motion

        Guest Blogger: Jos Debeij, head of staff department library system, Koninklijke Bibliotheek (Royal Library), National Library of the Netherlands. In the month of November, a dozen library bloggers outline an image of what is taking place in the system of the Dutch public libraries. In the […]

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