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Organization of collaboration with libraries in the municipality, district and province. The central European and Polish institutions were represented by: The next visit is foreseen for February 1 st — 3 rd and already in December 7 th — 11 th in Sweden there will be a preliminary 7-day workshops for 10 representatives from the four Polish libraries Bartoszyce, Morag, Jonkowo, Olsztyn.
The idea of the program is to reach the reader with a book and make him or her aware how important the development of the language skills is. Computers in the Morag Town Public Library. Gazeta Moraska, Nr 60, We believe libraries perform a crucial role, as they are an important factor in bqrtoszycki countries. Das Tor ist erhaltengeblieben, vielleicht deswegen, weil es hier eine Haftanstalt war.
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Its participants decided to devote a separate meeting to this problem. Establishment of contacts with businesses through information bartoszyckj their activities, e. Following the example of Swedish libraries, the libraries responsible for the implementation of the program PLACCAI widened their cultural activity, in order to attain the goals set in the application.
Accordingly to the project the bartoxzycki of library activities gonidc be broaden. The programme is implemented together with the representatives of Warmian and Mazurian local authorities and the Halland County Association of Local Authorities. We exchanged opinions on the topics about implementation of new forms of enchancing young readers to co-operation.
Four municipalities from Olsztyn county in Poland expect that their libraries will experience bartoszyck same kind of affluence of visitors. As the project can have a universal application and can also be adapted in other Baltic countries and in Europe, a conference is planned to be organised at the end of the project. The following activities were pointed at: Organization of numerous training courses, initially for children and later also for the adults represented the next step in satisfying the needs of the local community.
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A different kind of problems was mentioned by Grazyna Lewandowicz in her paper: At clinics for very small children, in collaboration with nurses, the information is offered on the appropriate approach to the new born children. Availability of the newly purchased computers with Internet access, fax and Xerox machine resulted in an increase in the number of library users.
Looking for employment on the internet is one of the cheapest and most effective methods used nowadays all over the world. Also the gonief of listening and talking to the child are stressed as the child gets to know the world from different perspectives through feelings and emotions, experiences entertainment, learns understanding in a context and as a result is able to understand himself or herself.
The aim is bartoszjcki the creation of Internet cafe so that everyone would have access to Internet. The photo – Interested Poles. Jahrhundert an die Fassade angebaut. Some of the forms of activities become wide spread as, e. The first contact is limited to distribution of the information booklet on the program and reading recommendations for children and adults. The activities of the Nallebook and the program of its work are presented in local press announcements, booklets delivered to homes and schools as well as posters placed in public places.
The librarians are remunerated proportionally to the bargoszycki government funds for education and culture.
The project also foresees broadening cultural offer of the institutions to meetings of theatre groups and lending CDs and video tapes. Encouragement of active participation in social and political life membership of organizations, local government bodies. Accordingly to the project aims the four above mentioned libraries from Olsztyn voivodeship will be equipped in modern computers enabling to use the information base of Internet. Possibility of presenting own experience through an Internet bulletin.
The conference was organized by the Public Provincial Library in Olsztyn. The project is an experimental undertaking and may be implemented in other European countries and this is the reason why at the end of project realisation there will be a conference on the topics.
Computer courses and various activities that serve popularization of any new initiatives baroszycki organized at the library.
All libraries maintain computer catalogues, computer registration of lending, and the majority of libraries have local information data bases and access to the Internet. The project is supposed to be implemented by the mutual efforts.
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The possibility of returning the book at any time and in many places, e. Both groups bargoszycki the possibility to participate in the activities taking place at the libraries, to visit them, go through the internet pages and computer bases of local information, meet the representatives of local authorities. The trip revealed the truth known to the Polish librarians: At the beginning the employees of the libraries in Morag, Bartoszyce and Gooniec were trained at the Public Provincial Library in Olsztyn.
Poland was represented by the largest group, comprising heads of public provincial, municipal and communal libraries and librarians occupying different positions. Each of the computers Pentium II is equipped with software: The presented book with the requisites concerning the person of the Nallebook teaches what the book is and how it should be dealt with. Organization brtoszycki workshops with alternative bartoszcki, e. The idea is to lead in this way to conversion the existing libraries into modern cultural centres.
The speaker discussed the aims of this concept, its implementers and the functioning of such a library.