The organizing team will be working closely with the IALA board as well as local partners. Do you want to get involved? Send and e-mail to email@example.com.
(coordinator for Norway)
My name is Jamie Johnston and I am a PhD candidate at Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences. I am researching how language cafes and conversation groups in public libraries support immigrant inclusion and participation in receiver societies. I have, in the past, worked at national-university, corporate and public libraries, and, currently, am a member of the American Library Association’s International Poster Session Committee and Public Library Guidelines for Outreach to Immigrant Populations Task Force.
My name is Ann-Christin Karlén Gramming. I work as a law librarian in Gothenburg, Sweden. This will be the 5th Cycling for libraries that I participate in. I’m also a member of the IALA board.
(coordinator for Denmark )
My name is Bo Jacobsen. I’m the library boss at Vesthimmerlands Biblioteker. I’ve also taken part in the four previous Cycling for libraries tours.
(coordinating financial support)
Twitter : @velobug
My name is Rasmus Fangel Vestergaard. I work at Copenhagen Public Libraries. I’m currently on loan to Kultur Valby, and their FabLab. My work is to plan and hold educational tracks from the facilities but also open up the technology for the wider public. I’m sort of a library liason, heading up the collective effort to test and find relevancy between the so-called makermovement/co-cretion and libraries. I’ve also taken part in the four previous Cycling for libraries tours andI’m a member of the IALA board
My name is Linda Bergström. At the moment I am looking for new opportunities in librarianship. This will be the first time that I participate in Cycling for libraries.