Interested in partnering with a library in Germany? US-Germany Sister Libraries Webinar Tuesday, October 25, 2016 9:00-10:00 (Central Time) More information @ The Traveling Librarian
Interview with the chair of the Commission for one-person librarians at the German Association of Information and Library Professionals (BIB) about German solo librarianship. [via Portal “Libraries in Germany” of Goethe Institute]
The “Spiegel” (= mirror) is a leading German magazine with an international part in English. If you search in this part – for example with the item “library” -, you will get some articles relating libraries in Germany.
A colleague from Hannover, Mr Hauschke, resume his perspective of professional communication in librarianship in Germany in a swedish blog. In my opinion he forgets the various twittering librarians, much more than blogging german librarians. Its a network, that might be better than the single librarian bloggers. And also on facebook there are libriarans, which… Continue reading See: How German librarians communicate (not)
Are you searching for scientific institutions in Germany? Now the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and Deutscher Akademischer Auslandsdienst (DAAD) have introduced a database of scientific institutiones in Germany with the title Research Explorer. Search is very easy, with either subject or geographic or combined search.
The “Deutsche Bibliotheksstatistik (DBS)” – German Library Statistics is a data collection of 9.000 german libraries since 1974. Bruno Bauer, a librarian from Vienna, interviewed Ronald M. Schmidt, sustainer of the database at hbz, the regional academic library centre of Nordrhein-Westfalen (federal state of Germany). In the weblog medinfo you can find an abstract of… Continue reading DBS – German Library Statistics