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How can new and dynamic digital services help libraries transform into vibrant urban innovation hubs by supporting knowledge creation activities among citizens and turning this knowledge into an ever-growing part of the urban community’s shared resources?
The PLACED project was part of the ENSUF call and ran between 2017-2019. You can see the project results below.
PLACED introduces a new type of place- and activity-centric digital library services. Whereas library services typically focus on providing access to a collection of media, PLACED services support activities. The groundbreaking aspect is that these services capture knowledge generated through activities, make them a part of the collection, and allow future library users to access them. In this way, PLACED helps break down the institutional walls of the library and make it an integrated part of urban life by creating an ever-evolving collection built on urban activities and knowledge generation.
PLACED – Place- and activity-centric dynamic library services
Contact: Peter Dalsgaard, Aarhus University
Budget: 1.277.542 EUR
Partners: Aarhus University, Denmark, CNRS – LIRIS, ENSSIB, Chalmers University of Technology, Dokk1 – Aarhus Public Libraries, Bibliothèque Municipale de Lyon, Library of Lundby – City of Gothenburg, Interactive Institute Swedish ICT