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IE Library at EBSLG Conference in Russia

Written on January 14, 2015 by Roberto Arribas in General

d1_5IE Library has participated in the EBSLG annual conference “Library Redesign for the Next User Generation” heldby Graduated School Of Management in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The  topic was: “New Generation* at the library: behavioral patterns. Perception of Library Service.”

Debates where focus on Resource and Service Requirements of the New Generation, and how to provide information to this New Generation. There has been also sessions designed to bridge areas of user behavior and user psychology and promote cross-disciplinary interaction.

IE Library is member ofEuropean Business School Librarian’s Group. The purpose of EBSLG is to provide a pan-European forum for the directors of the libraries of the leading European business schools. Members meet twice per year to discuss issues of mutual interest, share information and participate actively in working groups.

 

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La Biblioteca IE participa en  la Conferencia de EBSLG en Rusia

La Biblioteca IE ha participado en la Conferencia de EBSLG “Library Redesign for the Next User Generation”organizada por Graduated School Of Management en San Petersburgo, Rusia. El tema de discusión fue “New Generation* at the library: behavioral patterns. Perception of Library Service.”

Los debates giraron en torno a los Recursos y Servicios requeridos para la Nueva Generación de usuarios, y cómo facilitar información a esta nueva generación. Además,  tuvieron lugar sesiones diseñadas para crear puentes entre el comportamiento de los usuarios y su psicología, así como fomentar la interacción interdisciplinaria.

La Biblioteca IE es miembro de European Business School Librarian’s Group. El propósito de EBSLG, es proporcionar un foro paneuropeo para las bibliotecas de las principales escuelas de negocios europeas. Los miembros se reúnen dos veces al año para discutir temas de interés común, compartir información y participar activamente en grupos de trabajo.

 

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