The library is a central hub for the whole community – what can it do for you, and just as importantly, what can you do for it?
Join us at the town library to find out how Helsingborg’s new initiatives in digitalisation affect us all, and how the needs of ordinary people are driving these exciting developments in healthcare and the home.
You’ll also hear which services are most useful for the local international community and how the library views its visitors as “part of the collection”. Libraries the world over are talking about the need to search for knowledge in their own community – everyone has their own knowledge to share, their own story to tell. What’s yours?
Digidel is the new digital space at the Stadsbibliotek, open to all. The kommun has invested time, energy and resources into making this space available. How would you like to use it? How can it help you? Would you like to learn new skills at Digidel, like 3-D printing or virtual reality filming, which will help you expand your knowledge or improve your CV? This is your opportunity to find out what is available and to give your input into how the facilities are used.
The library is the knowledge hub in our city – did you know a library card gives you access to 6000 online newspapers and magazines in different languages? Or that you can learn languages online for free, with the textbooks you need to support your learning available at the library? You can find easy-reading Swedish books too, ideal to boost your fluency in the language.
Please join us for a very interesting insight into the heart of our community and the future of digitalisation in Helsingborg! To get an idea of the scale of the development going on right now, take a look at this article about Helsingborg as a test bed for new technology from Helsingborgs Dagblad, 24 March 2018.
You can read more about Digidel and Stadsbibliotek here (Biblioteksbladet, 9 April 2018).
17:15 Meet upstairs
17:30 Talk by Eva Hveem about Digidel and other library services; demonstration of Digidel facilities
18:30 Short tour of other useful library areas
Address: Helsingborgs Stadsbibliotek, Bollbrogatan 1, 25225 Helsingborg
Please note, food and drink will not be served at this event, but you are welcome to buy a drink at the cafe downstairs and bring it to the talk