The project was an untraditional research and development co-operation between ISIS Katrinebjerg, The University of Southern Denmark, 4 professional companies and 5 public libraries across professions. The project was funded by the Danish Agency for Libraries and Media.
Focusing on children's needs and cultural experiences, this project tried to provide suggestions for how the Children's Library of the Future might look like.
Jannik Mulvad, Project Manager for The Interactive Children's Library
firstname.lastname@example.org, +45 8940 9209.
Here you can view the project video including some of the installations that we have worked on.
This catalogue contains different installations and ideas for the children's library of the future.
"Transformations - new energy to the Children's Library" is the evaluation report. (in Danish)
The Children's Library as a Learning Space
The project was followed by researchers. "The Children's Library as a Learning Space" is their input for the libraries.