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The evolving concept of Library and its impact on library design.

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Sala della Protomoteca

Musei Capitolini

Campidoglio

00186 Rome

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Four IFLA Sections (Public, Academic and Research, Metropolitan and Library Buildings and Equipment) are co-hosting a two-day Joint Satellite pre-conference in Rome in the magnificent Sala della Protomoteca on the Capitoline Hill immediately preceding the IFLA WLIC 2019 Congress in Athens. The Joint Satellite theme, The evolving concept of Library and its impact on library design has attracted a powerful line-up of speakers from around the globe including thought leaders, librarians, architects and designers of award winning libraries. Join your colleagues in the beautiful Capitoline Museum complex. Lunches, coffee breaks and a lovely reception event are included. Book prior to July 15 for an attractive early bird price of $115 US. See you Rome! Caiao.

Programme speakers include:

Civic Engagement:

Anna-Maria Soininvaara, Oodi, Helsinki Public Library

James Pecora, Free Library of Philadelphia

Kelly Brubaker, Shepley Bullfinch and Jeremy Upton, University of Edinburgh

Assessment and Alignment:

Colleen Cook, McGill University Library with Martha Kyrillidou

Mary Ann Mavrinac, University of Rochester

Carolyn Robertson, Christchurch City Library

Design and Sustainability:

Klaus Werner, Philological Library at the Freie Universität Berlin

Louise Jones, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Marco Muscogiuri, Politecnico di Milano

Plus:

The IFLA Public Library of the Year winners in conversation

Built for Inclusion: Library Design that Welcomes All Workshop hosted by Traci Lesneski, Principal, MSR Design

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Sala della Protomoteca

Musei Capitolini

Campidoglio

00186 Rome

Italy

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