Friday, July 20, 2007

Ilisa first workshop:DONE!

The workshop "innovation for librarians" was held on July 19th 2007 in The documentation center of NLI. Gathering many librarians from different organizations, libraries and even various cities made the workshop more attractive. We introduce a new group entitled "Shakhka" which refere to the group of those "desperado"s who have dedicated their life to the Iranian Librarian Association!! It's a kind of joke but the main idea is adorable as the aboved dedicated persons,only think about ILISA and it's improve.
Anyway, the workshop had two part, in the theoretic part we learned about innovations and different techniques emphasizing on vision and thinking. We have to respect to our mind as a pioneer factory of creation.
The rest, was about team working, using the mentioned techniques to solve hypothetical problems faced library sciences in Iran. Actually, we are supposed to use this in a near future too. I hope our innovative minds not be diminish within daily problems in our society. This workshop was a magnificent remind for all of us that the hope makes human future and while there is a hope, there is a way.
Indeed, The main report has been written in Farsi and can be found in here.

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At 7/21/2007 10:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Moradi
Thank you for your good and interesting report. I think you have been explored. Belive it.

At 10/21/2008 8:27 PM, Blogger Mohamed Mubarak said...

Dear Librarian in Iranian librarian

The Special Libraries Association - Arabian Gulf Chapter in cooperation with UAEU Libraries Deanship is orgnizing a workshop about "building consortia and negotiating licenses for databases and digital resources" in 23-25 November 2008 in UAEU Libraries. for more information please read the attached PDF brochure of the workshop.

The seats are limited to first 30 attendees and registration deadline is 15 Oct 2008...

Please feel free to distribute the information.

Best regards,


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