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The PULMAN Network of Excellence. Rob Davies MDR PULMAN Project Manager. Four Objectives. S trengthen performance, help achieve potential of public libraries: new cultural, educational and social roles in eEurope

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The pulman network of excellence

The PULMAN Network of Excellence

Rob Davies

MDR

PULMAN Project Manager


Four objectives

Four Objectives

  • Strengthen performance, help achieve potential of public libraries:

    new cultural, educational and social roles in eEurope

  • Exchange knowledge, experience, good practice:encourage Centres of Excellence for digital services

  • Spread strategic initiatives across Europe:

    sensitise national authorities and practitioners

  • Develop cross-sectoral agendas for local services: starting from a public libraries standpoint


Network

Network

  • 36 country co-ordinators

    • EU member states

    • associated and candidate states

    • neighbouring countries (PULMAN-XT) - ends August

  • 18 Partners

  • 9 Virtual Advisory Board members

  • 170,000 policy makers and practitioners

  • 190 milion registered users of public libraries


The pulman guidelines

The PULMAN Guidelines

  • 2 Editions

  • Currently in 22 languages

  • 3 sections

    • social policy, management , technical

  • 20 topics

  • 100,000 words

  • 650 links to good practice across Europe


Reports and analysis

Reports and analysis

  • 38 country reports for benchmarking

    • organisation, policies, use of ICT, innovative projects etc

    • 22 merged PULMAN-NAPLE reports

  • Trends and forecasts

    • PULMANExpress

    • Final Project Report

  • Research needs


36 national workshops

36 National workshops

  • 3 Themes

    • launch Guidelines

    • Public library strategies

    • Public libraries, museums, archives co-operation

  • 2500 practitoners and policy makers


Training

Training

  • 70 managers on training attachments

  • 237 distance learning courses

  • 40 members of pilot mentoring network


One website www pulmanweb org

One Websitewww.pulmanweb.org


One policy conference

One Policy Conference

  • 170 delegates

  • 40 countries

  • 12 case studies

  • One Manifesto

  • 10-point Action Plan

    • Benchmarking progress


The pulman network of excellence

Bringing together the

movers….

….and the shakers


Community memory local services agenda 1

Community Memory - local services agenda (1)

  • Broader local services partnerships to deliver e-Europe

    • libraries, museums and archives at local/regional level

    • education sector/children

    • voluntary sector/NGOs/ community information and advice

    • economic sector (eg cultural tourism)

  • Friendly on-line services to meet user needs

    • accessible - ‘Heritage for All’ approach

    • help unlock, disclose, make accessible local digital content

    • help individuals and organisations create content

    • sense of localisation/personal engagement vs globalisation

    • link up present and past


Community memory local services agenda 2

Community Memory - local services agenda (2)

  • Socio-economic and technical environment

    • understanding or mapping communities and their needs

    • public/private partnership

    • role of software/telecoms/integrators: real web services?

  • Policy agenda for local services

    • level playing field within CH sector eg local archives

    • benchmarking, co-ordination of policy: measure impact

    • enlargement and international co-operation eg building on PULMAN-XT, CULTIVATE-Russia


Technical agenda

Technical agenda

  • Highly-automated content creation and digitisation

  • Personalisation of content creation and access

  • Multimedia content creation/delivery

    • help local institutions exploit broadband

  • Seamless interactive access to local resources

    • wider cross-sectoral interoperability, local/ national

  • Usability

    • Interfaces

    • Access through non-computer channels, mobile, dtv

  • Use of emerging semantic web technologies

    • resource creation, discovery, retrieval, preservation


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