Biblio.For.Meda - Identification of a training and organisational model aimed at supporting the valorisation of librarians as facilitators for lifelong learning

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Formal Project Description
Contract Title Biblio.For.Meda - Identification of a training and organisational model aimed at supporting the valorisation of librarians as facilitators for lifelong learning
Project Acronym Biblio.For.Meda
Lead Partner IAL Nazionale, Italy
Agreement n° 2003 I/03/B/F/PP-154193
Partners Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute
Department of Information Science (UK)
Oktfordvil (HU) Edaforum (IT)
CERTAM (IT)
Riga Technical University (LY)
Foundatia Marco Polo (RO)
Countries of the action Cyprus
United Kingdom
Hungary
Italy
Latvia
Romania.
Cost of Action €264,503.00
Grant €198,378.00
Cost for FWC €26,390.50
Grant for FWC €19,792.87
Dates 01/10/2003 - 30/09/2005


Website Biblio.For.Meda Website
About Project Biblio.For.Meda
Overall objective(s)
The aim of the project is to compare and analyse best practice in the public library systems of the participating countries in order to develop an organisational and training model, which will promote the role of the librarian in the facilitation of lifelong Learning.


Expected Results
  • Gathered documentary evidence of the role of public libraries in lifelong learning;
  • Undertook a survey of libraries showing best practice in the development of lifelong learning services;
  • Identified different organisational approaches, training methods, strategies and practices in the participating countries;
  • Analysed the organisational and training needs that need to be addressed if libraries are to play a key role in lifelong learning;
  • Developed training and organisational models which could transform public libraries into key agents of the lifelong learning agenda.